By Kruyt H. R.

By accident, the second one quantity of this paintings, specifically that during which the reversible structures are handled, seemed in 1949, and now the paintings has been accomplished by means of the looks of the 1st quantity during which irreversible platforms are handled. within the moment quantity I wrote a Preface, that's now, generally, repeated, hence appearing as an advent to either volumes. -The want for a collective paintings en the technology of colloids shaped an issue of dialogue among the publishers of this paintings and myself presently ahead of the outbreak of the second one global battle. the 1st arrangements have been delivered to an finish via the worid occasions, in view of the truth that ai! threat of touch with international colleagues have been damaged. whilst the struggle endured yr after yr, the query arose even if shall we limit ourselves to Dutch collaborators and in 1944 I despatched a request to a couple of my fellow-countrymen to take this paintings in hand. It used to be instantly obvious that this р!дп was once obtain' with enthusiasm and such a lot of these who now collaborate m this paintings met to plot a plan of crusade; a couple of others, whom we invited to take action, joined us later.

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The right-hand-side of the equation is a function of the Re number, since both the pressure term and the wall shear stress term are functions of the Re number for a smooth cylinder (Fig. 5). Therefore Eq. ,1 pDU2 is called the mean drag coefficient, or in short, the drag coefficient, and is a function of Re. 101 102 10 10 105 106 10 108 Re TransSubcritical critical No separation Fixed vortex Transition Super- palr of shed. 7 Drag coefficient for a smooth circular cylinder as a function of the Reynolds number.

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