The hydraulic jump Time-lapse cloud movie (note calm as long as eground) Topographic map Possible flows over obstacles Hydraulic jump

The hydraulic jump Time-lapse cloud movie (note calm as long as eground) Topographic map Possible flows over obstacles Hydraulic jump

Trujillo, Laura, Features Director & Acting Fashion Editor has reference to this Academic Journal, PHwiki organized this Journal The hydraulic jump As one watches them (clouds), they dont seem to change, but if you look back a minute later, it is all very different. – Richard P. Feynman Time-lapse cloud movie (note calm as long as eground)

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Topographic map Durran (1986) Possible flows over obstacles supercritical flow (fluid thickens, slows over obstacle) subcritical flow (fluid thins, accelerates over obstacle)

Hydraulic jump Flow starts subcritical, accelerates over obstacle & suddenly becomes supercritical Animation – potential temperature ARPS simulation Adiabatic run so isentropes are streamlines Note lower layer is more stable than upper layer Animation – u

Hydraulic theory derivation Highlights of derivation h=h(x) is fluid depth b=b(x) is obstacle height Froude number Froude number dependence Fr > 1 – fluid thickens, slows on upslope (supercritical flow) Fr < 1 - fluid thins, accelerates on upslope (subcritical flow) Fr < 1 transition to Fr > 1 over crest -> hydraulic jump

Durran (1986) Durrans Froude number For Fig. 3 U = 25 m/s (initial wind) NL = .025 (more stable lower layer) NU = .01 (less stable upper layer) H = 3000 m (depth of lower stable layer) Initial Froude number = 0.57 (subcritical) U Fr H Fr Durran Fig. 3 U = 25 m/s, H = 3000 m, vary mtn height Fr at crest Fr = 0.74 (Fr increased, but not by enough) Fr = 1.19 (Fr increased by enough to become supercritical) Fr at crest Fr = 0.90 (Fr increased, but not by enough) Fr = 1.27 200 m mtn 300 m mtn 500 m mtn 800 m mtn Initial Fr = 0.57

Durran Fig. 5 U = 25 m/s, 500 m mtn, vary H 1000 m H 2500 m H 3500 m H 4000 m H Fr > 1 everywhere (fluid thickens upstream in addition to thins downstream) Fr < 1 Everywhere (fluid thins upstream in addition to thickens downstream)

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