Las leyes del escalado y el análisis dimensional.

Miguel A. Rodríguez Valverde, Pedro J. Ramón Torregrosa

Resumen


Scaling laws are ubiquitous in physics, in most cases involving noninteger exponents. It is often took for granted, when establishing scaling laws, that dimensionless functions must depend on dimensionless variables, and this casualness may confuse the non-specialists. In this short note we illustrate one of these cases, using the scaling laws governing the growth of a surface as a representative example.

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