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Details concerning this as well as numerical values will be found in Sec. 2n. Smface Waves in Liquids. When the free surface of a liquid is deformed, the forces acting on the deformed elements are primarily surface tension and gravity. The velocity of the resulting surface wave, if it is harmonic and has wavelength A, is V = • l(gA '\} 211' + 271"1') tanh 27rl PA A (2a-68) where g is the acceleration of gravity, p the density, I' the surface tension, and I the depth of the liquid. For a relatively shallow liquid, for which I « A, and the surface tension not very large, we have (2a-69) If the liquid is relatively deep, or I » A, (2a-70) For long waves while for ripples (small A), surface tension predominates and Compressional Waves in Fluids.

E f. , Izz k K I L m,M N p r r R ~ vector acceleration components of acceleration in rectangular coordinates components of acceleration in cylindrical coordinates components of acceleration in spherical coordinates elastic coefficient matrix elastic coefficient strain tensor base vectors of coordinate system components of strain tensor Young's modulus inertial force (centrifugal or Coriolis) force vector acceleration of gravity shear modulus impulse moment of inertia products of inertia bulk modulus kinetic energy depth of liquid moment of momentum mass number of particles pressure radius vector position vector position vector of center of mass radius of gyration ~-2 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF MECHANICS.

Astronomical Data .............................................. " Geodetic Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Seismological and Related Data ................................... " Oceanographic Data ............................................... Meteorological Information ......................................... Density and Compressibility of Liquids .............................. Viscosity of Liquids ................................................

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