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Second Colloquium
’Fundamental Problems of Turbulence
and their Relations to Geophysics’,
Sept. 4th to 9th 1961

Proceedings 1961 (2)
Second Colloquium
’Fundamental Problems of Turbulence
and their Relations to Geophysics’,
Sept. 4th to 9th 1961

by The organizers - last update 13 September 2011

On the occasion of the inauguration of the Institut de Mécanique Statistique de la Turbulence (IMST) in Marseille, Professor Alexandre Favre has organized two international colloquiua devoted to turbulence.

The second colloquium, entitled ‘Les problèmes fondamentaux de la Turbulence et leurs relations avec la Géophysique’ (Fundamental problems of Turbulence and their relations to Geophysics), was held from September 4th to 9th 1961. The proceedings were published by the Journal of Geophysical Research (JGR), 67(8), 1962 (copyright AGU).

  • Recent Broad-Band Spectral Measurements of Turbulence in the Lower Atmosphere
    F. PASQUILL (Meteorological Office and War Office, Chemical Defence Experimental Establishment, Porton, England) (pdf)
  • Laboratory Measurements of Turbulent Diffusion in Stratified Flows
    T. H. ELLISON (Department of the Mechanics of Fluids, University of Manchester, England) (pdf)
  • A Uniform Gradient Turbulent Transport Experiment
    H. K. WISKIND (Mechanics Department, The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland) (pdf)
  • Turbulence in the Presence of a Vertical Body Force and Temperature Gradient
    ROBERT G. DEISSLER (Lewis Research Center National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Cleveland, Ohio) (pdf)
  • Thermal Turbulence at Very Small Prandtl Number
    EDWARD A. SPIEGEL (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University, New York) (pdf)
  • Intensification of the Earth’s Magnetic Field by Turbulence in the Ionosphere
    H. K. MOFFATT (Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics University of Cambridge, England) (pdf)
  • Production of Longitudinal Vortices in the Boundary Layer along a Concave Wall
    ITIRO TANI (University of Tokyo, Japan) (pdf)
  • Some Mathematical Models Generalizing the Model of Homogeneous and Isotropic Turbulence
    A.M. YAGLOM (Institute of Atmospheric Physics Academy of Sciences of USSR, Moscow) (pdf)
  • On the Eulerian-Lagrangian Transform in the Statistical Theory of Turbulence
    C. F. WANDEL AND O. KOFOED-HANSEN (Danish A. E. C., Research Establishment Riso Roskilde, Denmark) (pdf)
  • The Vertical Distribution of Wind and Turbulent Exchange in a Neutral Atmosphere
    ALFRED K. BLACKADAR (Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania) (pdf)
  • Empirical Data on Turbulence in the Surface Layer of the Atmosphere
    A. S. MONIN (Institute of Atmospheric Physics Academy of Sciences, Moscow, USSR) (pdf)
  • Some Suggestions for Experimental Studies of Atmospheric Turbulence Summary
    ROBERT BETCHOV (Physical Research Laboratory, Aerospace Corporation El Segundo, California) (pdf)
  • Upper Atmospheric Turbulence Determined by Means of Rockets
    J. E. BLAMONT (Laboratoire d’Adronomie de l’Observatoire de Meudon, France)
    C. DE JAGER (Sterrenwacht Sonnenborgh, Utrecht, The Netherlands) (pdf)
  • On the Problem of Formulating a Realistic Model of the General Atmospheric Circulation
    D. R. DAVIES AND M. B. OAKES (University College of North Wales, Bangor, Wales) (pdf)
  • Convergence of Horizontal Flux of Water Vapor in the General Circulation of the Atmosphere
    G. B. TUCKER (Meteorological Office, Bracknell, Berkshire, England) (pdf)
  • Recent Developments in the Theory of Wave Generation by Wind
    O. M. PHILLIPS (Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England) (pdf)
  • Energy Transfer in an Isotropic Turbulent Flow
    YOSYIIMITSU OGURA (Department of Meteorology, Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts) (pdf)
  • Perturbation Analysis of the Navier-Stokes Equations in Lagrangian Form with Selected Linear Solutions
    WILLARD J. PIESSON, JR. (Department of Meteorology and Oceanography, New University Heights 53, New York) (pdf)
  • The Budget of Turbulent Energy in the Lowest 100 Meters
    H. A. PANOFSKY (College of Mineral Industries, Pennsylvania State University, State College) (pdf)
  • Aerodynamic Roughness of the Sea
    E. L. DEACON (Division of Meteorological Physics, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Aspendale, Victoria, Australia) (pdf)
  • Velocity Measurements in the Deep Water of the Western North Atlantic
    J. CREASE (National Institute o/ Oceanography, Wormley, Godaiming, Surrey, England) (pdf)
  • Determination of the Rate of Dissipation of Turbulent Energy near the Sea Surface in the Presence of Waves
    R. W. STEWART (University ol British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)
    H. L. GRANT (Pacific Naval Laboratory, Esquirnalt, British Columbia, Canada) (pdf)
  • Measurements of Turbulence near the Sea Bed in a Tidal Current
    K. F. BOWDEN (Oceanography Department, University of Liverpool, England) (pdf)
  • Integral Diffusivitf
    J. C. SCHÔNFELD (Physical Division, Rijkswaterstaat, The Hague, Netherlands) (pdf)
  • On the Spectrum of the Mean Diffusion Velocities in the Ocean
    J. JOSEPH AND H. SENDNER (Deutsches Hydrographisches Institut, Hamburg, Germany) (pdf)
  • Diffusion in the Diabatic Surface Layer
    F. A. GIFFORD (U.S. Weather Bureau Research Station, Oak Ridge, Tennessee) (pdf)
  • Studies of Turbulent Diffusion of Dye Patches in the Ocean
    TAKASHI ICHIYE (Oceanographic Institute, Florida State University, Tallahassee) (pdf)
  • On the Interpretation of Smoke Diffusion and Wind Analysis Data at Risco
    O. KOFOED-HANSEN (Danish AEC, Risco Research Establishment Roskilde, Denmark) (pdf)
  • Some Optical Properties of Turbulence in Stratified Flow near the Ground
    D. J. PORTMAN, F. C. ELDER, E. RYZNAR, AND V. E. NOBLE (Department of Engineering Mechanics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) (pdf)