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- THE STATISTICAL DESCRIPTION OF TURBULENCE Up to now, we have considered only average values of fluctuating quantities,
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- INTRODUCTION Most flows occurring in nature and in engineering applications are turbulent.
- WALL-BOUNDED SHEAR FLOWS Boundary-layer flows are more complicated than flows in free shear layers
- BOUNDARY-FREE SHEAR FLOWS Turbulent shear flows that occur in nature and in engineering are usually
- 2TURBULENT TRANSPORT OF MOMENTUM AND HEAT Turbulence consists of random velocity fluctuations, so that it must be
- BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCES A comprehensive up-to-date bibliography may be found in Monin and