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Convective elements by Washington (State) University. Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences.

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Published by United States Army Electronics Command, Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory, Research Division in Fort Huachuca, Ariz .
Written in English


  • Heat -- Convection.,
  • Vortex-motion.

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Statementby K. H. Bergman [and others]
ContributionsBergman, K. H.
LC ClassificationsQC327 .W37
The Physical Object
Pagination68 l.
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL223780M
LC Control Numbera 68007079

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