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By Forster Otto

Der vorliegende Band stellt den dritten Teil eines Analysis-Kurses für Studenten der Mathematik und Physik dar und behandelt die Integralrechnung im $R^n$ mit Anwendungen. In einem ersten Teil wird das Lebesguesche indispensable im $R^n$ eingeführt und es werden die wichtigsten Sätze dieser Theorie bewiesen. Als Anwendungen werden u.a. die $L_p$-Räume und die Fouriertransformation behandelt. Als nächstes wird der Gaußsche Integralsatz bewiesen, der dann zum Studium der Potentialgleichung und zur Konstruktion von Fundamental-Lösungen einiger anderer partieller Differentialgleichungen benützt wird. In einem letzten Teil wird schließlich der Differentialformenkalkül eingeführt. Dieser Teil enthält auch eine Theorie der Kurvenintegrale sowie den allgemeinen Stokesschen Integralsatz für Untermannigfaltigkeiten des R^n mit Anwendungen auf die Integralsätze für holomorphe Funktionen einer und mehrerer Variablen.

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6) This equation describing the heat inf lux for aver aged motion is quite complicated . Only in the Boussinesq appr oxi mation , where the density fluctuations a r e neglec t ed, does the heat- influx equation assume the simpler form in which it is usually expressed: 0 . 7) . 9) This equation is usually J 09 _ it Tx- I 87 R I (fX-C; Ii T al~o simplified somewhat. Since iJp (fX' where the second term on the right-hand side is about 1/10 as great as the first, and _ .. -y, where y - 3T/3z is the vertical temperature gradient [lapse rate] y a ,.

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Moreover, large drops (with radii greater than 2. 5-3 rom) begin to break up (shatter). 28) which a~rees well with experimental data , or a log-normal distribution (Levin) MODELS OF STRATI FORM- CLOUD FORMATION 51 ( 2. 1. 29) (A , b, c , 0, and ro in t hese formulas a r e paramater s of the distributions) , then the velocity can be found (in ana lytical form or numerica l ly) without a ny special di fficulty using formula (2 . 1 . 1 . 27) into a ccount . I n particular , if in ( 2. _''') , (2 .

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