By David Gibbins
BONUS: This version comprises an excerpt from David Gibbins's The masks of Troy.
From a rare discovery in a distant desolate tract oasis to a determined race opposed to time within the ocean depths, a staff of adventurers is ready to discover the reality in the back of the main baffling legend in heritage. the search is on for...
Marine archaeologist Jack Howard has stumbled upon the keys to an old puzzle. With a crack workforce of clinical specialists and ex--Special Forces commandos, he's heading for what he believes may be the maximum archaeological locate of all time--the web site of fabled Atlantis--while a ruthless adversary watches his each flow and prepares to strike.
But neither of them may have imagined what awaits them within the murky depths. not just a stunning fact a couple of misplaced global, yet an explosive mystery which can have devastating results this present day. Jack is set to forestall the legacy of Atlantis from falling into the incorrect palms, no matter what the...
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Suppose that each particle represents a solid disk of radius Ro. The surfactant is continuously produced at rate J per unit time inside the particle and released into the liquid through a small hole located at the center of the disk bottom. This surfactant diffuses through the liquid with the diffusion constant D and modifies its surface tension. The capillary coefficient T, which gives the magnitude of the capillary force acting per unit length of the solid-liquid contact line, depends as T = To - J-LC on the local surfactant concentration c.
In reality, the pheromone concentration in the air close to the ground fluctuates because of the turbulence in the atmosphere. This can be taken phenomenologically into account by replacing the calculated concentration field c(r, t) with c(r, t)(l+c~(r, t)), where ~(r, t) is white noise of unit intensity and c is a parameter that specifies the mean amplitude of fluctuations. The ants sense the pheromone concentration in a thin air layer close to the surface (z -+ 0). e. tlC = l(k· V'c), where l is the distance between the left and right antennae and k is the unit vector with the components kx = sin () and ky = - cos ().
Atlantis (Jack Howard, Book 1) [US] by David Gibbins