His main research concerns Convection, Mechanics, Magma chamber, Turbulence and Petrology. His Convection study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fluid dynamics and Partial melting. His Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Plume, Meteorology and Classical mechanics.
His Turbulence study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Buoyancy. His Buoyancy research incorporates elements of Internal wave and Instability. His research in Petrology tackles topics such as Igneous rock which are related to areas like Sill.
J. S. Turner mostly deals with Mechanics, Convection, Magma chamber, Buoyancy and Mineralogy. His Instability, Vortex and Vortex ring study in the realm of Mechanics connects with subjects such as Materials science. His Instability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Specific gravity, Internal wave, Buoyancy flux and Richardson number.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fluid dynamics and Partial melting. The various areas that J. S. Turner examines in his Fluid dynamics study include Planetary boundary layer and Computational fluid dynamics. His Buoyancy study frequently links to other fields, such as Turbulence.
Mechanics, Vortex, Vortex ring, Fluid mechanics and Breaking wave are his primary areas of study. His specific area of interest is Mechanics, where J. S. Turner studies Convection. His Vortex study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Drag, Drag coefficient, Parasitic drag and Buoyancy.
His research in Vortex ring intersects with topics in Volume of fluid method, Jet and Vorticity. His research integrates issues of Density ratio and Propulsion in his study of Fluid mechanics. His Breaking wave research spans across into fields like Wind wave, Bathymetry, Geotechnical engineering and Shear flow.
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Buoyancy Effects in Fluids
John Stewart Turner.
Turbulent gravitational convection from maintained and instantaneous sources
B. R. Morton;Geoffrey Ingram Taylor;John Stewart Turner.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (1956)
On the collision of drops in turbulent clouds
P. G. Saffman;J. S. Turner.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1956)
Turbulent entrainment in stratified flows
T. H. Ellison;J. S. Turner.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1959)
A one‐dimensional model of the seasonal thermocline II. The general theory and its consequences
E. B. Kraus;J. S. Turner.
Tellus A (1967)
Turbulent entrainment: the development of the entrainment assumption, and its application to geophysical flows
J. S. Turner.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1986)
Turbulent buoyant convection from a source in a confined region
W. D. Baines;J. S. Turner.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1969)
J S Turner.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (1974)
Jets and plumes with negative or reversing buoyancy
J. S. Turner.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1966)
The ‘starting plume’ in neutral surroundings
J. S. Turner.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1962)
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