Obukhov

Obukhov

 

an urban-type settlement and center of Obukhov Raion, Kiev Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. It is situated 32 km from the Vasil’kov-II railroad station. Population, 11,200 (1973). Obukhov has two brickyards, a dairy, and a mechanized bakery. Household products are also manufactured. The settlement has a stock-raising sovkhoz and a medical school.

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The reason for Gudkov's detention was not immediately clear, his spokesman Alexei Obukhov told Reuters.
Obukhov. Existence of a system of discrete volume-localized quantum levels for charged fullerenes.
(2004) estimaron varios parametros micrometeorologicos para Bogota (flujo de calor sensible, velocidad de friccion, temperatura de escala turbulenta y longitud de Obukhov), usando mediciones de baja frecuencia de la temperatura del aire a 2 m y 10 m de altura, y de la velocidad del viento a 10 m de altura en un periodo corto (3 dias).
Bohmer, CG; Obukhov, YN; (2012) A gauge-theoretical approach to elasticity with microrotations.
SR versus Monin and Obukhov Similarity Theory (MOST).
The Monin-Obukhov similarity theory (MOST) implies that any nondimensional turbulence statistics depends on the atmospheric stability only, [zeta] = (z - d)/L, where z is the measurement height, d is the zero-plane displacement height, and L is the Obukhov length defined as follows:
(14.) Kasimov RY, Obukhov DK, Rustamov EK (2016) Peculiarities of the formation of post-embryonic forebrain and conditioned reactions in sturgeon fishes.
An effective way to deal with formidable mathematical difficulties posed by the PDEs of fluid dynamics via approximating them with finite systems of nonlinear ODEs (the so-called low-order models (LOMs)) has been established in pioneering work by Kolmogorov (described in [2,3]), Lorenz [4,5], and Obukhov [6,7].
Obukhov, "Basic laws of turbulent mixing in the surface layer of the atmosphere," Contributions of the Geophysical Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, vol.
Dans leur lettre, dont certaines parties ont ete publiees par le journal Izvestia, Valery Rashkin et Sergei Obukhov citent une "presence de l'Etat islamique en Tunisie et en Turquie" et l'attentat de Sousse en juin dernier comme etant parmi leurs arguments pour l'interdiction de voyage proposee.
Obukhov, Foundations on Classical Electrodynamics, Birkhauser, Boston, 2003.