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The study discusses problems in the numerical modeling of axisymmetric flows of an incompressible fluid induced by a continuous vortex region or vortex sheet by means of a discrete system of vortex rings.


Local separation on a slender cone preceding the appearance of a vortex sheet


Propagation of long nonlinear waves in a ponderable fluid beneath an ice sheet


The aim is to develop a method of Hamiltonian formalism for the waves in the liquid beneath an ice sheet and on that basis to construct a systematic nonlinear theory.


Some exact solutions of the thinsheet stamping problem


Calculation of wind currents in the edge zone of a sea ice sheet


The steady wind currents in the ocean near the edge of an ice sheet simulated by a rigid cover are studied.


The timeperiodic motions of a liquid layer of finite depth beneath an ice sheet with a straight infinite crack having a periodic dependence on the horizontal coordinate in the direction of the crack are considered.


The ice sheet is simulated by a thin elastic plate.


The problems of planewave diffraction at a crack, planewave diffraction atN cracks in a uniform ice sheet, and planewave reflection from a rigid wall are solved.


The effect of the preexisting state of stress of the ice sheet on the properties of the reflected waves is investigated.


Dynamics of a fluid sheet on a curved rigid wall with allowance for phase transformation on the free surface


The flow of a threedimensional sheet on a curved wall is considered.


Gravity and surface tension forces act on the sheet while a droplet stream falls on its free surface.


The problems of steady axisymmetric motion of the sheet on cylindrical and conical surfaces are considered.


The impingement of smallamplitude surface waves on the edge of a solid compressed ice sheet in a basin of finite constant depth is considered.


Natural vibrations of a hummock ridge in an elastic ice sheet floating on the surface of an infinitely deep fluid


The properties of the natural vibrations of a hummock ridge in an elastic ice sheet are investigated.


It is shown that natural vibrations can initiate failure of the ice sheet at a certain distance from the hummock.


Some features of flexuralgravity wave propagation in the presence of a crack in sheet ice

