In any viscous fluid with an arbitrarily small viscosity coefficient the current velocity in the immediate vicinity of a solid surface is known to change rapidly from zero to its value in the external flow, corresponding to the flow of an ideal fluid (fluid without viscosity). The lower part of the where noticeable changes in the velocity are taking place, caused by the influence of the ocean bottom, is known as the bottom boundary layer.
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- Bottom Boundary Layer in Tidal Flow: Experimental Data
G. I. Marchuk
B. A. Kagan
- Springer Netherlands
- Chapter 9