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PROCEEDINGS OF THE FLUID AMPLIFICATION SYMPOSIUM, 26, 27, AND 28 OCTOBER 1965. VOLUME 1
HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD
Contents Theoretical study of a convergent nozzle and free jet flow, experimental study of a convergent nozzle and free jet flow, pressure recovery characteristics of compressible two-dimensional free jet flows, the flow of turbulent incompressible two-dimensional jets over ventilated cavities, flow stability for two-dimensional cusp devices, new comprehensive studies on sudden enlargements, spreading rates of compressible two-dimensional reattaching jets upstream of reattachment, calculation of the separation of a jet attached to a convex wall, analysis of the steadyflow pneumatic resistance of parallel capillaries, similarity relations and characterization of pure fluid elements, dynamic similarity analysis of compressible viscous fluid pipe flow, a definition of the mechanical potential necessary to a fluid circuit theory, on the future of dynamic analysis of fluid systems, an approach to broad band fluid amplification at acoustic frequencies, predicting closed loop stability of fluid amplifiers from frequency response measurements, on the dynamical characteristics of fluid amplifiers and elements, impedance matching in bistable and proportional fluid amplifiers through the use of a vortex vent.
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