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confl_difl - technique and it only shows directional...

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Divergence of the Wind We can express the divergence equation in a simplified form, with two terms: Direction Speed The direction and speed terms, in-turn, can be expressed as directional/speed diffluence and confluence Confluence is not equal to Convergence Diffluence is not equal to Divergence
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Divergence (Cont) Divergence/convergence calculations need to take into account the direction and speed terms. This is done through objective analysis Streamline analysis is a subjective
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Unformatted text preview: technique, and it only shows directional diffluence and confluence. – It does not show convergence/divergence Example Directional Diffluence/Confluence Directional Confluence Directional Diffluence Speed Diffluence/Confluence Speed Diffluence Speed Confluence A B Convergent or Divergent? A Directional Confluence Speed Diffluence Convergent or Divergent? Convergent or Divergent? A Directional Diffluence Speed Confluence Convergent or Divergent?...
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  • Fall '09
  • LAZARUS
  • Equals sign, relational operator, Dominated convergence theorem, Directional Confluence, directional diffluence

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