Statistical Description of Turbulence
The most immediate impression of turbulent flow is, probably, that it is an exceedingly complicated, tortuous and chaotic phenomenon. The experimenter equipped with instruments capable of recording the parameters of a turbulent flow will soon conclude that all these parameters fluctuate in an irregular fashion.
KeywordsEntropy Convection Vorticity Autocorrelation Compressibility
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