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By Led Zeppelin
Matching folio to the album with eight Guitar Transcriptions.
The Crunge * Dancing Days * D'Yer Mak'er * No area * the sea * Over the Hills and much Away * The Rain track * The tune is still an analogous.
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In  and the subsequent publications of the same authors (in particular, in Barenblatt’s book ) a great number of self-similar solutions of both types was indicated. The general form of a solution of the ﬁrst type may be uniquely determined with the help of dimensional arguments; hence it can be easily found and usually includes some factors raised to deﬁnite integer (or simple fractional) powers. For a solution of the second type the situation is much more complicated; here only some supplementary physical arguments and experimental data may suggest the general form of the sought for solution which usually includes some factors raised to powers which may take arbitrary values.
After 1962 a number of attempts were made by diﬀerent authors to replace this assumption by some more general model of the self-similar cascade process of sequential breakdown of smaller and smaller eddies (the early stage of this development was summarized in Sect. 25 of the book ; see also ). From all this material only the result due to Novikov  will be presented here. Novikov considered three spatial volumes similar to each other (for deﬁniteness let us assume that they are spherical) of radii ρ < r < R contained within each other and corresponding to them three averaged dissipation rates ερ , εr and εR (which are ﬂuctuating random variables).
In  and the other related papers Barenblatt et al. suggested that logarithmic law should be replaced by laws of quite diﬀerent form. This proposition was directly connected with some general ides introduced in 1972 by Barenblatt and Zeldovich . It was noted in this paper that self-similar solutions of the form V (x, t) = A(t)F [x/l(t)] (where x and t are some independent variables) are very often encountered in ﬂuid dynamics and other branches of physics as “intermediate asymptotics” describing the behavior of the dependent variable V in regions where direct inﬂuence on it of peculiar features of the initial or/and boundary conditions is already lost but the system is still far from being in a state of equilibrium.