By Tomomasa Tatsumi (auth.), Alexander J. Smits (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9400709978

ISBN-13: 9789400709973

ISBN-10: 9401037639

ISBN-13: 9789401037631

This quantity provides chosen papers from the IUTAM Symposium on Reynolds quantity Scaling in Turbulent circulate, convened in Princeton, NJ, united states, September I1-13, 2002. The habit ofturbulence at excessive Reynolds quantity is fascinating from a primary standpoint, in that the majority theories of turbulence make very particular predictions within the restrict of countless Reynolds quantity. From a more effective standpoint, there exist many functions that contain turbulent stream the place the Reynolds numbers are super huge. for instance, huge cars resembling submarines and advertisement transports function at Reynolds nine numbers according to size ofthe order oft0 , and commercial pipe flows hide a 7 very wide variety of Reynolds numbers as much as 10 • Many vitally important purposes of excessive Reynolds quantity move pertain to atmospheric and different geophysical flows the place tremendous excessive Reynolds numbers are the rule of thumb instead of the exception, and the certainty of weather adjustments and the prediction of damaging climate results hinges to a point on our appreciation ofhigh-Reynolds quantity turbulence habit. the $64000 results of Reynolds quantity on turbulence has bought loads of fresh recognition. the target of the Symposium was once to compile a number of the world's specialists during this region to appraise the hot experimental effects, talk about new scaling legislation and turbulence versions, and to reinforce our mutual realizing of turbulence.

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