A Thermodynamic Theory for Turbulence
Phenomenological thermodynamics is often regarded as a science dealing with averages over chaotic molecular motions, while its basic principles are free from stochastic considerations. This fact leads to the idea that thermodynamics should be able to deal with other averages as well, even with averages over turbulent domains.
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