Macroscopic Modelling of Turbulent Flows: Proceedings of a Workshop held at INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, France, December 10-14, 1984

Macroscopic Modelling of Turbulent Flows: Proceedings of a Workshop held at INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, France, December 10-14, 1984


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783540156444
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 08/01/1985
Series: Lecture Notes in Physics , #230
Edition description: 1985
Pages: 363
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Homogenization and visco-elasticity of turbulence.- Sedimentation of a random dilute suspension.- Remarks on oscillations and Stokes' equation.- Large and small structures in the computation of transition to fully developed turbulent flows.- Eddy viscosity subgrid scale models for homogeneous turbulence.- Blow-up in the Navier-Stokes and Euler equations.- Large eddy simulations of turbulence in physical space analysis of spectral energy transfer.- Vortex stability and inertial-range cascades.- A stochastic subgrid model for sheared turbulence.- Some challenges for modelling of turbulence and internal waves in stably stratified fluids.- Numerical simulation of homogeneous turbulence.- Time-dependent rayleigh-benard convection in low prandtl number fluids.- Spectral closures to derive a subgrid scale modeling for large eddy simulations.- Modelling of three-dimensional shock wave turbulent boundary layer interactions.- Numerical and theoretical study of different flow regimes occurring in horizontal fluid layers, differentially heated.- Rotating turbulence evolving freely from an initial quasi 2D state.- Quasi-geostrophic turbulence and the mesoscale variability.- Small-scale atmospheric turbulence and its interaction with larger-scale flows.- Self-turbulizing flame fronts.- Simulation as an aid to phenomenological modeling.- Weak limits of semilinear hyperbolic systems with oscillating data.- Large scale oscillatory instability for systems with translational and galilean invariances.- The Kuramoto-Sivashinsky equation : A caricature of hydrodynamic turbulence ?.- Computation of a dimension for a model of fury developed turbulence.- Pattern formation by particles settling in viscous flows.- Liapounov exponents for the Kuramoto-Sivashinsky model.- Vortices and vortex-couples in two-dimensional turbulence long-lived couples are batchelor's couples.- Numerical simulation of decaying two-dimensional turbulence: Comparison between general periodic and Taylor-Green like flows.

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