Turbulence in Fluid Flows

Turbulence in Fluid Flows

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This book presents recent approaches to the phenomenon of turbulence in fluid flows by looking at the dynamical properties of the solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations. The variety of approaches and the technological implications of the basic issue make this book useful for applied mathematicians and engineers alike.The important practical problem of aquot;eddy diffusivityaquot; and renormalization for turbulent transport is discussed. ... the first order Taylor expansion of the scaling exponent in agreement with the expected behavior of an (-expansion procedure from critical phenomena. ... This question is an extremely important practical problem since even with great advances in storage and speed for the next generations of ... The proposed answers to this question involve theories of aquot;eddy diffusivityaquot;.

Title:Turbulence in Fluid Flows
Author: George R. Sell, Ciprian Foias, Roger Temam
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1993-10-22

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