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By Jean Mathieu

Lately, turbulence has turn into a really energetic sector of medical examine and alertness, attracting many rookies who want a easy advent to the topic. Turbulent Flows ably meets this want, constructing either actual perception and the mathematical framework had to show the speculation. The authors current easy thought and illustrate it with examples of straightforward turbulent flows and classical versions of jets, wakes, and boundary layers. A deeper figuring out of turbulence dynamics is equipped by way of their remedy of spectral research and its functions.

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4 Methods of measurement of the current flowing through a human body. • Current measurement, in the manner shown in Fig. 4, in accordance with standards in effect, entirely reflects currents induced in the body by EMF components parallel to the vertical axis of the standing person. It is impossible to measure horizontal components of the current, excluding currents induced in the body by H-fields (eddy currents). The latter have been the subject of intense biomedical investigations lately. Although these measurement methods are concerned only with current measurements in the foot or leg, it has also been shown that large currents may flow throughout other parts of the body, for example, a current in the hand or lips of a person using a walkie-talkie [8].

1 E, H, AND S MEASUREMENT In Chapter 1, portions of several versions of protection standards were presented to illustrate the range of measured magnitudes of E, H, and S. It should be repeated that these magnitudes show metrological requirements only for the surveying and monitoring services. Only laboratory experiments will require field measurements from the lowest measurable magnitudes (near the noise level or even below the noise level) to the highest, which can be generated by the use of available power sources.

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