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Since 1964 the most functionality of the ecu Mechanics Committee has been to rearrange Euromech Colloquia. those are 3- or four-day conferences for the dialogue of present examine on a targeted and comparatively slender subject in mechanics, through approximately 50 experts selected for his or her energetic involvement in study in that subject. The association of every Euromech Colloquium is entrusted through the Committee to at least one or chosen scientists of reputation within the box, and those organizers are enjoined to accomplish a pleasant and casual discussion board for dialogue, with no less than paper paintings and expenditure. Over 220 Euromech Colloquia were held seeing that 1964 (about forty each one in France, West Germany and Britain and the remaining in 18 nations in either western and japanese Europe) on quite a lot of themes drawn from the mechanics of good fabrics, hydrodynamics, fuel dynamics and mechanical structures. The Committee believes that jointly, Euromech Colloquia have made an important contribution to the alternate of rules on issues in mechanics inside Europe and feature thereby helped to beat the limitations to effortless medical conversation in that sorely divided continent. many years in the past the eu Mechanics Committee became its atten­ tion to the potential desire for eu meetings on a bigger scale than Euromech Colloquia.

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Burggraf: 2. W. Duck: 3. T. Smith: J. Fluid Mech. Proc. Roy. Soc. A399, 25 (1985) ~, 465 (1985) United Tech. Res. , E. , Rept. A. paper no. 84-1582 (1984) and J. , in press (1986» 4. A. E. Abbott: in Turb. in Internal Flows (ed. B. Murthy), Hemisph. Pub. , Wash. (1977) 5. H. Fasel: Proc. Symp. on Turb. & Chaotic Phen. in Fluids (ed. Tatsumi), Elsevier (1984) 6. A. T. Patera: 7. D. Craik: J. Fluid Mech. 128. 347(1983) Proc. IUTAM Symp. -Turb. transition {ed. V. Kozlov), Springer-Verlag (1985) 8.

Note that flow is from left to right. (a) Asymmetric (stable) flows. Note that, by symmetry, for each asymmetric flow there exists also its reflection in the centre line. (b) Symmetric (unstable) flows. These were calculated over half the channel by use of symmetry conditions on the centre line As R increases above Rc a succession of bifurcations occur to give multiple equilibria of steady solutions. These bifurcations seem to be turning pOints. 35 and R = 80) and, by inference, seven unstable steady solutions.

Cent. E. , Rept. 86-26 (1986) (also to appear, J. Fluid Mech. (1987» 9. Y. S. Kachanov, V. Y. Levchenko: 10. T. Herbert: II. T. Smith: (J 986) 36 J. Fluid Mech. A. paper no. 84-0009 (1984) United Tech. Res. , E. , Rept. G. J. O. Box 153, Cambridge CB30HG, UK 1. e. a 'throat', in a two-dimensional channel, as illustrated in Fig. 1. e. the ratio of the maximum height of the channel to the minimum height, and (iii) the channel length L, where, by convention, we define the unit of length so that the height of the channel at its minimum is two units and we suppose that the flow is always from left to right ____~12D_____~___________ -----------L---------Fig.

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