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۱Energetics of the Beamed Zombie Turbulence Maser Action Mechanism for Remote Detection of Submerged Oceanic Turbulence
اطلاعات انتشار: Journal Of Applied Fluid Mechanics، اول،شماره۱، ۲۰۰۸، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۳۲
Sea surface brightness spectral anomalies from a Honolulu municipal outfall have been detected from space satellites in 200 km^2 areas extending 20 km from the wastewater diffuser (Bondur 2005, Keeler et al. 2005, Gibson et al. 2005). Dropsonde and towed body microstructure measurements show outfall enhanced viscous and temperature dissipation rates above the turbulence trapping layer. Fossil turbulence waves and secondary (zombie, zebra) turbulence waves break as they propagate near–vertically and then break again near the surface to produce wind ripple smoothing in narrow frequency band (zebra) patterns from soliton–like sources of secondary turbulence energy acting on fossils advected from the outfall. The 30–250 m solitons reflect a nonlinear cascade from tidal and current kinetic energy to boundary layer turbulence events, to fossil turbulence waves, to internal soliton and tidal waves. Secondary (zombie) turbulence acts on outfall fossil patches to amplify, channel in chimneys, and vertically beam ambient internal wave energy just as energized metastable molecules around stars amplify and beam quantum frequencies in astrophysical masers. Kilowatts of buoyancy power from the treatment plant produces fossil turbulence patches trapped below the thermocline. Beamed zombie turbulence maser action (BZTMA) in mixing chimneys amplifies these kilowatts into the megawatts of surface turbulence dissipation required to affect brightness on wide sea surface areas by maser action vertical beaming of fossil–wave–power extracted from gigawatts dissipated by intermittent bottom turbulence events on topography from the tides and currents.
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