On the atmosphere of a moving body

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On the atmosphere of a moving body. / Pedersen, Johan Rønby; Aref, Hassan.

Bulletin of the American Physical Society. Vol. 55/16 2010. p. BAPS.2010.DFD.LF.1.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference abstract in proceedings – Annual report year: 2010Research

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Pedersen, JR & Aref, H 2010, On the atmosphere of a moving body. in Bulletin of the American Physical Society. vol. 55/16, pp. BAPS.2010.DFD.LF.1, 63rd Annual Meeting, American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Dynamics : November 21–23, Long Beach, California, USA, 01/01/2010.

APA

Pedersen, J. R., & Aref, H. (2010). On the atmosphere of a moving body. In Bulletin of the American Physical Society (Vol. 55/16, pp. BAPS.2010.DFD.LF.1)

CBE

Pedersen JR, Aref H. 2010. On the atmosphere of a moving body. In Bulletin of the American Physical Society. pp. BAPS.2010.DFD.LF.1.

MLA

Pedersen, Johan Rønby and Hassan Aref "On the atmosphere of a moving body". Bulletin of the American Physical Society. 2010, BAPS.2010.DFD.LF.1.

Vancouver

Pedersen JR, Aref H. On the atmosphere of a moving body. In Bulletin of the American Physical Society. Vol. 55/16. 2010. p. BAPS.2010.DFD.LF.1

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Pedersen, Johan Rønby ; Aref, Hassan. / On the atmosphere of a moving body. Bulletin of the American Physical Society. Vol. 55/16 2010. pp. BAPS.2010.DFD.LF.1

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