Accession Number:

AD0281930

Title:

EXTENSION OF COMPACT OPERATORS III,

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Corporate Author:

HEBREW UNIV JERUSALEM (ISRAEL)

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Report Date:

1962-07-01

Pagination or Media Count:

1.0

Abstract:

TROPER DEIFISSALCNu 009 fa TCARTNOc9 0 .ON ETON CIFITNEICS LACINHCEt9 .SFER .P , ENUj .GREBNERIn .l DNA NOMGa .s YB ,ecaps hca ab ni snoitauqe laitnereffid fo snoitulos rof sdnuob rewol dna smeroeht ytixevnoc .0LEARSi9 .u WERBEh .4 ECIRP sto 0ltptsit9 u .VId -da - Div. 2, 25U TISTPTL OTS price 2.60 Ma sachusetts Inst. of Tech., Cambridge. PILOT CALCULATION OF THE FLU OF NGULAR MOMENTUM IN A SPIRAL GALAXY. Scientific r pt. no. 5 on Planetary Circulatio s Project, by Victor P. Starr and Reginald E. Newell. 15 June 2 11p. incl. illus. 6 refs. Co tract AF 196046108, Proj. 8628 AFCRL-62-641 Unclassified report DESCRIPTORS Celestial mechanics, Galaxy models, Atmospher , Gravi y Torque O NTS, Diff rence equa io s, UMERICAL ANALYSIS, Integration, Tables. The radial flow of angular momentum due to the action of purely gravitational torque is estim t d for the galaxy M51. he method is based upon some prior work and involves the use of a cartesia finite difference gridwork with the aid of an stimate of the actual mass dis ribution from photographic evidence. The numerical integration indicates the prese ce of a marked outward flow of angular momentum which would by itself be of prime i portance for the mech ics of the galaxy. Author

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