Semicompressible Ocean Thermodynamics and Boussinesq Energy Conservation
AbstractEquations more accurate than the Boussinesq set that still filter out sound were recently introduced. While these equations were shown to have a consistent potential energy, their thermodynamical behavior and associated implications were not fully analyzed. These shortcomings are remedied in the present note that argues both sets are fully consistent from a thermodynamic perspective. It is further argued that both sets remain computationally competitive with the Boussinesq set. View Full-Text
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Dewar, W.K.; Schoonover, J.; McDougall, T.; Klein, R. Semicompressible Ocean Thermodynamics and Boussinesq Energy Conservation. Fluids 2016, 1, 9.
Dewar WK, Schoonover J, McDougall T, Klein R. Semicompressible Ocean Thermodynamics and Boussinesq Energy Conservation. Fluids. 2016; 1(2):9.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dewar, William K.; Schoonover, Joseph; McDougall, Trevor; Klein, Rupert. 2016. "Semicompressible Ocean Thermodynamics and Boussinesq Energy Conservation." Fluids 1, no. 2: 9.
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