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Los Alamos Science No. 2, Winter/Spring 1981: A Novel Approach to Boundary Layer Problems

By Carl Bender

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Book Id: WPLBN0002113431
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Reproduction Date: 1981

Title: Los Alamos Science No. 2, Winter/Spring 1981: A Novel Approach to Boundary Layer Problems  
Author: Carl Bender
Volume: Volume 2, Article 4
Language: English
Subject: Newsletter, Science, Education
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Los Alamos Science, Los Alamos National Laboratory Journal Collection
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Publication Date:
1981
Publisher: Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Bender, C. (1981). Los Alamos Science No. 2, Winter/Spring 1981. Retrieved from http://community.worldjournals.org/


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Description: This volume displays the extraordinary focus on basic research that has remained a LANL hallmark from the days of the Manhattan project. Airborne experiments on the solar corona, the science of high explosives, the boundary layer problem in fluid flow, & more...

Table of Contents
Table of Contents, Dialogue, Inside this Issue -- The Solar Corona at Totality -- In Flight: The Story of Los Alamos Eclipse Missions -- High Explosives: The Interaction of Chemistry and Mechanics -- A Novel Approach to Boundary Layer Problems -- The Neutrino in 1980 -- Neutrinos in Cosmology and Astrophysics -- Neutrinos and Grand Unified Theories -- The New Los Alamos Center for Nonlinear Studies -- IGPP Workshop Report: Plasma Physics Near the Earth's Bow Shock -- Physics, Philosophy, Leadership, Policy: An Interview with Peter Carruthers

 
 


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