Turbulence is a huge subject of ongoing research. This book bridges the modern development in dynamical systems theory and the theory of fully developed turbulence. Many solved and unsolved problems in turbulence have equivalencies in simple dynamical models, which are much easier to handle analytically and numerically. This book gives a modern view of the subject by first giving the essentials of the theory of turbulence before moving on to shell models. These show much of the same complex behaviour as fluid turbulence, but are much easier to handle analytically and numerically. Any necessary maths is explained and self-contained, making this book ideal for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, as well as researchers and professionals, wanting to understand the basics of fully developed turbulence.Phys. Rev. E., 63, 036304. Ditlevsen, P. D., aamp; Giuliani, P. 2001b. Dissipation in helical turbulence. Phys. Fluids, 13 ... M., Benzi, R., aamp; Parisi, G. (eds.), Turbulence and Predictability in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics and Climate Dynamics. ... Phys. Dokl. SSSR, 18, 216a7. Goldstein, H. 1980. Classical Mechanics. 2nd edition. Reading, MA, Addison-Wesley. ... Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, 18, 87a 95. ... Gurbatov, S. N., Simdyankin, S. I., Aurell, E., Frisch, U., aamp; TA³th, G. 1997. On theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Turbulence and Shell Models|
|Author||:||Peter D. Ditlevsen|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-10-28|