## Nonlinear waves in waveguides: with stratification |

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For example, in the case of Q = 0 we get the equation for T which describes

internal waves [2.18]. These equations should be used for the derivation of the

equation for internal waves that

For example, in the case of Q = 0 we get the equation for T which describes

internal waves [2.18]. These equations should be used for the derivation of the

equation for internal waves that

**take into account**the earth rotation (Appendix 1).Page 105

Let us write the dispersion relation given by (2.56) in dimensional form at a — ▻

oo, Q = 0 but

cWg k2± = 0, (5 .38) where wa = 7<7/2c, ug = y/j — lg/c are the limiting

frequencies ...

Let us write the dispersion relation given by (2.56) in dimensional form at a — ▻

oo, Q = 0 but

**taking into account**the vertical acceleration w2(w2 - u\) - cWk2 +cWg k2± = 0, (5 .38) where wa = 7<7/2c, ug = y/j — lg/c are the limiting

frequencies ...

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In this section, in continuing to develop the theory of internal wave propagation in

an incompressible fluid we discuss

viscosity in the general equations (2.10-12) and in the statement of the problem.

In this section, in continuing to develop the theory of internal wave propagation in

an incompressible fluid we discuss

**taking into account**thermoconduc- tivity andviscosity in the general equations (2.10-12) and in the statement of the problem.

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

The Discrimination and Interaction | 12 |

Interaction of Modes in an Electromagnetic Field Waveguide | 50 |

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