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Ivana Stiperski and Vanda Grubišić

smoother, and the rotor in the lee of the first mountain better organized compared to the flow past a single peak ( Fig. 3a ). Particularly interesting is the H n = ⅔ case ( Fig. 3c ), where one finds a large-amplitude wave over the valley only. Upon encountering the second obstacle the waves almost completely cancel out; farther downstream only short-wavelength small-amplitude oscillations remain. Compared to the other flow realizations, this particular solution is rather unsteady, suggesting that

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