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Author Sagaut, Pierre, 1967-

Title Homogeneous turbulence dynamics / Pierre Sagaut, Claude Cambon.

Imprint Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.

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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 463 pages) : illustrations
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover -- Copyright -- Contents -- Abbreviations Used in This Book -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Scope of the Book -- 1.2 Structure and Contents of the Book -- Bibliography -- 2 Statistical Analysis of Homogeneous Turbulent Flows: Reminders -- 2.1 Background Deterministic Equations -- 2.1.1 Mass Conservation -- 2.1.2 The Navier-Stokes Momentum Equations -- 2.1.3 Incompressible Turbulence -- 2.1.4 First Insight into Compressibility Effects -- 2.1.5 Reminder About Circulation and Vorticity -- 2.1.6 Adding Body Forces or Mean Gradients -- 2.2 Briefs About Statistical and Probabilistic Approaches -- 2.2.1 Ensemble Averaging, Statistical Homogeneity -- 2.2.2 Single-Point and Multipoint Moments -- 2.2.3 Statistics for Velocity Increments -- 2.2.4 Application of Reynolds Decomposition to Dynamical Equations -- 2.3 Reynolds Stress Tensor and Related Equations -- 2.3.1 RST Equations -- 2.3.2 The Mean Flow Consistent With Homogeneity -- 2.3.3 Homogeneous RST Equations. Briefs About Closure Methods -- 2.4 Anisotropy in Physical Space. Single-Point and Two-Point Correlations -- 2.5 Spectral Analysis, From Random Fields to Two-Point Correlations. Local Frame, Helical Modes -- 2.5.1 Second-Order Statistics -- 2.5.2 Poloidal-Toroidal Decomposition and Craya-Herring Frame of Reference -- 2.5.3 Helical-Mode Decomposition -- 2.5.4 Use of Projection Operators -- 2.5.5 Nonlinear Dynamics -- 2.5.6 Background Nonlinearity in Different Reference Frames -- 2.6 Anisotropy in Fourier Space -- 2.6.1 Second-Order Velocity Statistics -- 2.6.2 Some Comments About Higher-Order Statistics -- 2.7 A Synthetic Scheme of the Closure Problem: Nonlinearity and Nonlocality -- Bibliography -- 3 Incompressible Homogeneous Isotropic Turbulence -- 3.1 Observations and Measures in Forced and Freely Decaying Turbulence -- 3.1.1 How to Generate Isotropic Turbulence? -- 3.1.2 Main Observed Statistical Features of Developed Isotropic Turbulence -- 3.1.3 Energy Decay Regimes -- 3.1.4 Coherent Structures in Isotropic Turbulence -- 3.2 Self-Similar Decay Regimes, Symmetries, and Invariants -- 3.2.1 Symmetries of Navier-Stokes Equations and Existence of Self-Similar Solutions -- 3.2.2 Algebraic Decay Exponents Deduced From Symmetry Analysis -- 3.2.3 Time-Variation Exponent and Inviscid Global Invariants -- 3.2.4 Refined Analysis Without PLE Hypothesis -- 3.2.5 Self-Similarity Breakdown -- 3.2.6 Self-Similar Decay in the Final Region -- 3.3 Reynolds Stress Tensor and Analysis of Related Equations -- 3.4 Classical Statistical Analysis: Energy Cascade, Local Isotropy, Usual Characteristic Scales -- 3.4.1 Double Correlations and Typical Scales -- 3.4.2 (Very Brief) Reminder About Kolmogorov Legacy, Structure Functions, "Modern" Scaling Approach -- 3.4.3 Turbulent Kinetic-Energy Cascade in Fourier Space -- 3.5 Advanced Analysis of Energy Transfers in Fourier Space -- 3.5.1 The Background Triadic Interaction -- 3.5.2 Nonlinear Energy Transfers and Triple Correlations -- 3.5.3 Global and Detailed Conservation Properties -- 3.5.4 Advanced Analysis of Triadic Transfers and Waleffe's Instability Assumption -- 3.5.5 Further Discussions About the Instability Assumption -- 3.5.6 Principle of Quasi-Normal Closures -- 3.5.7 EDQNM for Isotropic Turbulence. Final Equations and Results -- 3.6 Topological Analysis, Coherent Events, and Related Dynamics -- 3.6.1 Topological Analysis of Isotropic Turbulence -- 3.6.2 Vortex Tube: Stat.
Summary This book summarizes the most recent theoretical, computational, and experimental results dealing with homogeneous turbulence dynamics.
Note Print version record.
Subject Turbulence -- Mathematical models.
Anisotropy -- Mathematical models.
Shear waves -- Mathematical models.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Material Science.
Anisotropy -- Mathematical models. (OCoLC)fst00809663
Shear waves -- Mathematical models. (OCoLC)fst01115443
Turbulence -- Mathematical models. (OCoLC)fst01159216
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Cambon, Claude, 1952-
Other Form: Print version: Sagaut, Pierre, 1967- Homogeneous turbulence dynamics. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008 (DLC) 2008008774
ISBN 0511409249 (electronic bk.)
9780511409240 (electronic bk.)
9780511409783 (electronic bk.)
0511409788 (electronic bk.)
9780511407888 (eBook)
0511407882 (eBook)
9780511408670 (ebk.)
0511408676 (ebk.)
0521855489 (Cloth)
9780521855488 (hardback)
Standard No. 9786611717018
AU@ 000055649387
DEBSZ 430489285
DEBSZ 445983973

 
    
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