The influence of particles on the degeneration of homogeneous turbulence at high Reynolds numbers is analyzed.
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Zaichik, L.I., Pershukov, V.A. Influence of particles on the initial stage of homogeneous turbulence degeneration. Journal of Engineering Physics 58, 408–412 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00877345
- Statistical Physic
- Reynolds Number
- High Reynolds Number
- Homogeneous Turbulence
- Turbulence Degeneration