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In the article it is offered to count the spatial sign with provision for mosaictiered structure of wood when estimating rising trees. It is noted that the diameter of stems has mediated (indirect) relationship with average distance to the nearest tree

APPLICATION OF THE ROLLED CONCRETE IN WATER ECONOMIC BUILDING
DescriptionIn the article the experience of application of the rolled concrete at building of constructions is described and bases of modeling of manufacture of plates from rigid concrete mixes are given

RECOGNITION OF FIGURES OF THE TECHNICAL ANALYSIS BY MEANS OF NEURAL NETWORKS
DescriptionIn this article, the approach to the decision of a problem of recognition of figures of the technical analysis with use of artificial neural networks is offered. Also, the problem of forecasting of the further movement of time series is considered

THEORY AND CONSTANTS OF WALL TURBULENCE
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe completely closed model of wall turbulence was derived directly from the NavierStokes equation. The fundamental constants of wall turbulence including the Karman constant have been calculated within a theory. This model has been developed also for the accelerated and nonisothermal turbulent boundary layer flows. The estimated mean velocity, temperature and impurity concentration profiles as well as the spectral characteristics of the streamwise velocity component are to be shown in a good agreement with the experimental data

SIMULATION OF TURBULENT TRANSPORT IN THE ATMOSPHERE PARTS 1, 2
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe completely closed model of wall turbulence was derived directly from the NavierStokes equation. The fundamental constants of wall turbulence including the Karman constant have been calculated within a theory. This model has been developed also for the accelerated and nonisothermal turbulent boundary layer flows over rough surface. Numerical solutions of equations system of turbulent transport of admixtures in a surface layer of the atmosphere for a large scale have been studied

THEORY OF TURBULENCE AND SIMULATION OF TURBULENT TRANSPORT IN THE ATMOSPHERE PART 3
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe completely closed model of wall turbulence was derived directly from the NavierStokes equation. The fundamental constants of wall turbulence including the Karman constant have been calculated within a theory. This model has been developed also for the accelerated and nonisothermal turbulent boundary layer flows over rough surface

THEORY OF TURBULENCE AND SIMULATION OF TURBULENT TRANSPORT IN THE ATMOSPHERE PART 4
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe completely closed model of wall turbulence was derived directly from the NavierStokes equation. The fundamental constants of wall turbulence including the Karman constant have been calculated within a theory. This model has been developed also for the accelerated and nonisothermal turbulent boundary layer flows over rough surface

THEORY OF TURBULENCE AND SIMULATION OF TURBULENT TRANSPORT IN THE ATMOSPHERE PART 5
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionNumerical solutions of equations system of turbulent transport of admixtures in a surface layer of the atmosphere and for a large scale have been studied

THEORY OF TURBULENCE AND SIMULATION OF TURBULENT TRANSPORT IN THE ATMOSPHERE PART 6
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe model of continuous transition from the laminar flow to the turbulent flow is proposed and the theory of the spectral density of turbulent pulsation is given

TURBULENCE THEORY AND ROUGHNESS DENSITY EFFECT MODEL
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe model of the turbulent boundary layer over a rough surface is presented. The model is based on the special type of transformation of the NavierStokes equation. The turbulent boundary layer in this model is considered as a flow above the rough surface generated by the viscous sublayer (the dynamic roughness effect). The roughness density effect on the shift of the mean velocity logarithmic profile has been estimated in the case of 2D and 3D roughness elements