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CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI                           679
V.    HYDRODYNAMICS—continued.
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On the Vibrations of a Rectangular Sheet of Rotating Liquid.
Art. 284.   1903.        ........     Vol. V    93
Fluid Friction on Even Surfaces.   Art. 297.   1904    .        .        .         ,,196
Vortices in Oscillating Liquid.   Art. 330.   1908        ...         „      465
Note on Tidal Bores.  Art. 333.   1908.....         „      495
Notes concerning Tidal Oscillations upon a Rotating Globe.
Art 334.   1909.........         ,,497
Plane Rectangular Sheet       .......           „        498
Spherical Sheet of Liquid      .......           „        506
On the Instantaneous Propagation of Disturbance in a Dispersive Medium, exemplified by Waves on Water Deep and
Shallow.  Art. 335.   1909.......                514
On the Resistance clue to Obliquely Moving Waves and its Dependence upon the Particular Form of the Fore-Part of
a Ship.  Art. 336.  1909.......         ,.,519
Note as to the Application of the Principle  of Dynamical
Similarity.  Art. 340.   1909—10.....         ,,532
The Principle of Dynamical Similarity in  reference to   the Results of Experiments on the Resistance of Square Plates
Normal to a Current of Air.   Art. 341.   1910—11     .        .         „      534
Aerial Plane Waves of Finite Amplitude.   Art. 346.   1910       .         „     573
Waves of Finite Amplitude without Dissipation         .         .         .           „        573
"Waves of Permanent Regime          ......           „       583
Permanent Regime under the influence of Dissipative Forces        .           „        587
Resistance to Motion through Air at High Velocities .         .         .           „        608
Hydrodynamical Notes.  Art. 351.   1911 .        .        .        .        .   Vol. VI     6
Potential and Kinetic Energies of Wave Motion          .         .                    „           6
Waves moving into Shallower Water        .....           ,,7
Concentrated Initial Disturbance with inclusion of Capillarity      .           „           9
Periodic Waves in Deep Water advancing without change of Type            „         11
Tide Races        ..........           ,,14
Rotational Fuid Motion in a Corner         .....           ,,15
Steady Motion in a Corner of a Viscous Fluid   .          .         .         .           „         18
On the Motion of Solid Bodies through Viscous Liquid.  Art. 354.
1911 ......        .....-„       29
Sur la Resistance des Spheres dans 1'Air en Mouvement.   Art.
370.   1913.........         ,,136
On Conformal Representation from a Mechanical Point of View.
Art. 373.  1913.........         ,,153
On the Approximate Solution of Certain Problems relating
to the Potential. II.  Art. 374.  1913       ....         ,,157
On the Passage of Waves through Fine Slits in Thin Opaque
Screens. Art. 375.  1913.......         ,,161
On the Motion of a Viscous Fluid.  Art. 376.  1913.        .       .         „     187 On the Stability of the Laminar Motion of an Inviscid Fluid.
Art. 377.  1913.       ........         „     197e intervals in passing outwards is very evident when the plate is viewed through a Coddington lens.here /u, is the cosine of the angle between the secondary (or scattered) ray and the backward direction of the incident ray. W. F. S.]spheres are easily demonstrated.