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1. (10 pts) For many atmospheric flows, rotation of the earth is important. The momentum r equation for inviscid flow in a frame of reference rotating at a constant rate is: r r r r r r u 1 r r 2 u +(u ) u = p gk x t

r For steady, two-dimensional horizontal flow with u =(u,v,0) and = ( z ) , show that the streamlines of the flow are parallel to constant pressure lines when the fluid parcel acceleration is dominated by the Coriolis acceleration. [This seemingly strange result governs just about all large-scale weather phenomena like hurricanes and other storms, and it allows weather forecasts to be made based on surface pressure measurements alone!]

Hints: 1.

2. 3. 4.

r r r u r r r r u ] = 2 u , = 2 u When Coriolis accelerations dominate, [ u , and t r r r 1 x = p . Let y=Y(x) be the equation of a streamline contour. Then dY / dx = v / u is the streamline slope. Write out all 3 component equations of the momentum equation, and then build the ratio v / u. The pressure increment along a streamline is dp = ( p / x ) dx + ( p / y ) dy . Goal is to show that dp = 0.

2. (5 pts) A 2-D stream function is a scalar quantity that can be related to the velocity field by u = v= and . Given this relationship, show that the vertical vorticity is related to the y stream function as follows:

z =

v u = 2 x y

3. (10 pts) The results of problem (2) are useful for analysis of the Navier Stokes equations. (a) Show how the full 2D Navier-Stokes equations can be reduced to the following linear forms: u 1 p = + 2 u t o x v 1 p = + 2 v t o y (1)

(2)

(b) In the above, is the kinematic viscosity and can be considered constant and density only depends on the vertical, o = o ( z ) . Take of equation (2) and subtract of equation (1) from it to show that

x

y

= 2 ( 2 ) or = ( 2 ) t t

i ( kx +ly t ) Substitute the linear solution, = o e into

( k , l ) into (t ) =o e it and explain what you 5. (10 pts) Substitute your solution for observe as lim ( t ) .

t

Explain how this result shows you that the viscous term of the Navier-Stokes equation is a dissipative term.

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