IUTAM Symposium on Computational Physics and New Perspectives in Turbulence

Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium on Computational Physics and New Perspectives in Turbulence, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan, September, 11-14, 2006

  • Yukio Kaneda
Conference proceedings

Part of the IUTAM Bookseries book series (IUTAMBOOK, volume 4)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIV
  2. Computational Physics and Theory for Canonical Turbulence

    1. Bruno Eckhardt, Siegfried Grossmann, Detlef Lohse
      Pages 11-18
    2. Peter Alan Davidson, Takaki Ishida, Yukio Kaneda
      Pages 19-26
    3. Toshiyuki Gotoh, Tohru Nakano, Yoshitaka Shiga, Yusaku Watanabe
      Pages 27-34
    4. Itamar Procaccia, Roberto Benzi, Luca Biferale
      Pages 35-45
    5. Yukio Kaneda, Takashi Ishihara, Koji Morishita, Yoshinori Mizuno
      Pages 49-54
    6. Kaoru Iwamoto, Takahiro Tsukahara, Hideki Nakano, Hiroshi Kawamura
      Pages 55-60
    7. Mamoru Tanahashi, Kuniharu Fujibayashi, Toshio Miyauchi
      Pages 67-72
    8. Federico Toschi, Jeremie Bec, Luca Biferale, Guido Boffetta, Antonio Celani, Massimo Cencini et al.
      Pages 73-78
    9. Jérémie Bec, Luca Biferale, Massimo Cencini, Alessandra Lanotte, Stefano Musacchio, Federico Toschi
      Pages 79-84
    10. Malte Siefert, Stephan Lück, Andreas P. Nawroth, Joachim Peinke
      Pages 99-104
    11. Toshihico Arimitsu, Naoko Arimitsu, Kyo Yoshida, Hideaki Mouri
      Pages 117-123
    12. Pablo D. Mininni, Alexandros Alexakis, Annick Pouquet
      Pages 125-130
    13. Arkadiusz K. Kuczaj, Bernard J. Geurts
      Pages 131-136
    14. Markus Uhlmann, Alfredo Pinelli, Atsushi Sekimoto, Genta Kawahara
      Pages 137-142
    15. Waleed Abdel Kareem, Seiichiro Izawa, Ao-Kui Xiong, Yu Fukunishi
      Pages 143-148
  3. Experimental Approach to Fundamental Problems in Turbulence

    1. Gregory P. Bewley, Matthew S. Paoletti, Daniel P. Lathrop, Katepalli R. Sreenivasan
      Pages 163-170
    2. Sathyanarayana Ayyalasomayajula, Armann Gylfason, Zellman Warhaft
      Pages 171-175
    3. Yoshiyuki Tsuji, Jens H. M. Pransson, P. Henrik Alfredsson, Arne V. Johansson
      Pages 177-182
    4. Kapil A. Chauhan, Hassan M. Nagi
      Pages 183-189
    5. Shinsuke Mochizuki, Keisuke Ohta, Takatsugu Kameda, Hideo Osaka
      Pages 191-196
    6. Takatsugu Kameda, Shinsuke Mochizuki, Hideo Osaka
      Pages 197-202
    7. Yasuhiko Sakai, Kenji Uchida, Takashi Kubo, Kouji Nagata
      Pages 209-214
    8. Masayuki Umeki, Osami Kitoh
      Pages 215-220
    9. Hideaki Mouri, Akihiro Hori, Yoshihide Kawashima
      Pages 221-226
    10. Jori Elan Ruppert-Felsot, Marie Farge, Philippe Petitjeans
      Pages 227-232
  4. Turbulence Modeling and Numerical Methods

    1. Katsunori Yoshimatsu, Naoya Okamoto, Kai Schneider, Marie Farge, Yukio Kaneda
      Pages 243-248
    2. Hatem Touil, M. Yousuff Hussaini, Toshiyuki Gotoh, Robert Rubinstein, Stephen L. Woodruff
      Pages 261-266
    3. Yasuhiko Sakai, Shinji Tagawa, Kouji Nagata, Takashi Kubo, Julian C. R. Hunt
      Pages 273-278
    4. Nobumitsu Yokoi, Robert Rubinstein, Akira Yoshizawa
      Pages 279-284
    5. Fabien Godeferd, Lukas Liechtenstein, Claude Cambon, Julian Scott, Benjamin Favier
      Pages 297-302
  5. Geophysical, Astrophysical and Complex Turbulence

About these proceedings


Turbulence remains one of the most challenging problems in classical physics. The papers collected in this volume are the proceedings of an IUTAM S- posium on turbulence, entitled Computational Physics and New Perspectives in Turbulence. The symposium was held in September 2006, at Nagoya U- versity in Japan. The last few years have witnessed a rapid and dramatic rise in our ability to compute highly complex physical systems. As in other ?elds, this has had a major impact on the way in which we approach the problem of turbulence, opening up a new phase of research by providing an opportunity to study the nature of fully-developed turbulence in unprecedented detail. Leading experts in turbulence were brought together at this Symposium to exchange ideas and discuss, in the light of the recent progress in computational methods, new perspectives in our understanding of turbulence. The Symposium also fostered a vigorous interaction between those who pursue computations, and those concerned with developments in experiment and theory. There were 104 participants representing 13 countries, and the presen- tionsandconsequentdebateextendedoveraperiodoffourdays.Throughout, emphasis was placed on the fundamental physical interpretation of turbulent phenomenon. The topics covered included: (i) computational physics and the theoryofcanonicalturbulent?ows;(ii)experimentalapproachestofundam- tal problems in turbulence; (iii) turbulence modeling and numerical methods; and (iv) geophysical and astrophysical turbulence.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Yukio Kaneda
    • 1
  1. 1.Nagoya UniversityNagoyaJapan

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2008
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Engineering Engineering (R0)
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4020-6471-5
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4020-6472-2
  • Series Print ISSN 1875-3507
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