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Effects of large-scale intermittency of turbulence on scalar spectra at high wave numbers
Reginald J. Hill
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories in Boulder, Colo
Written in English
|Series||NOAA technical report ERL ; 409. WPL -- 54., NOAA technical report ERL -- 409., NOAA technical report ERL -- 54.|
|Contributions||Wave Propagation Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
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Numerical Simulations of Forced Shallow-Water Turbulence: Effects of Moist Convection on the Large-Scale Circulation of Jupiter and Saturn ADAM P. SHOWMAN The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (Manuscript received 15 June , in final form 6 December ) ABSTRACT. T1 - Particle acceleration at a flare termination shock. T2 - Effect of large-scale magnetic turbulence. AU - Guo, Fan. AU - Giacalone, Joe. PY - /7/1. Y1 - /7/1. N2 - We investigate the acceleration of charged particles (both electrons and protons) at collisionless shocks predicted to Cited by:
• The Madison Dynamo Experiment has shown that the large scale turbulent ﬂows are important in understanding the dynamics of the large scale mean magnetic ﬁeld • The inhibition of these ﬂows has resulted in a ~60% reduction in turbulent resistivity and a 90% reduction of the turbulent α effect. 15 Tuesday, Measurement of Atmospheric Turbulence by Means of Light, Sound, and Radio Waves The Effects of the Turbulent Atmosphere on Wave Propagation. Israel Program for Scientific Translation, Jerusalem, pp. and B. Balsley, Small-scale and large-scale intermittency in the nocturnal boundary layer and the residual layer. J. Fluid Mech.
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Effects of large-scale intermittency of turbulence on scalar spectra at high wave numbers. Boulder, Colo.: U.S.
Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type.
On a Symmetry of Turbulence. Effects of large-scale intermittency of turbulence on scalar spectra at high wave numbers rate intermittency on the shape of the high wave number portion of.
Possible Effects of Small-Scale Intermittency in Turbulent Reacting Flows Article in Flow Turbulence and Combustion 72() June with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Large-scale intermittency and rare events boosted at dimensional crossover in anisotropic turbulence Ryo Onishi1, Keiko Takahasi1*, Koji Goto2, Masatoshi Imada3* Affiliations: 1Center for Earth Information Science and Technology, Japan Agency for Marine-earth Science and Technology, Showa-machi, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama: Keiko Takahashi, Koji Goto, Ryo Onishi, Masatoshi Imada.
High-resolution spatial and temporal measurements have revealed small-scale intermittency in many phenomena, such as the dissipation of energy in the atmosphere or the ocean [4, 5], the rain formation process, superfluid turbulence, and the solar : Annick Pouquet.
Mydlarski L (), Mixed velocity-passive scalar statistics in high-Reynolds-number turbulence, J. Fluid Mech. (to appear). Xu G (), Small-scale measurements in turbulent shear flows, PhD Thesis, University of by: Turbulence is commonly observed in everyday phenomena such as surf, fast flowing rivers, billowing storm clouds, or smoke from a chimney, and most fluid flows occurring in nature or created in engineering applications are turbulent.
Turbulence is caused by excessive kinetic energy in parts of a fluid flow, which overcomes the damping effect of. Effects of Freestream Turbulence, Turbulence Length Scale, and Reynolds Number on Turbine Blade Heat Transfer in a Transonic Cascade Preface The combustion temperature of gas turbine engines continue to increase in order to get a higher work output and higher efficiency from gas turbine engines.
To handle the high. Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Experiments 6 leading to reduced SGS dependency and improved predictions of the noise spectra in the high frequency domain.
The flow field and aerodynamic noise caused by a NACA blade with a tip in an incident flow is simulated. A large-scale unsteady compressible LES combined with direct noise. The question of how wall turbulence changes at high Reynolds numbers has received heightened interest over the last decade or so.
This has resulted in the construction or planning of high Reynolds number facilities, including the Princeton Superpipe (Zagarola and Smits, ), the development of SLTEST, an atmospheric test facility in the Great Salt Lake Desert, Utah (Klewicki et al., Cited by: Large-scale ﬂow effects, energy transfer, and self-similarity on turbulence P.
Mininni, A. Alexakis, and A. Pouquet NCAR, P.O. BoxBoulder, ColoradoUSA Received 21 February ; published 17 July The effect of large scales on the statistics and dynamics of turbulent ﬂuctuations is studied using data from. Scaling Laws and Intermittency in Highly Compressible Turbulence Alexei G.
Kritsuk potheses of K41 were then revisited and reﬁned to account for intermittency effects [5, 6, 7]. While the K41 phenomenology became the cornerstone for all subsequent de- Notice strong bottleneck contamination in the spectra at high wavenumbers.
Turbulence in a box: quantification of large-scale resolution effects in isotropic turbulence free decay - Volume - M. Meldi, P. SagautCited by: 8. Failure to recognize the importance of the finite Reynolds number effect on small scale turbulence has, by and large, resulted in misguided assessments of the first two hypotheses of Kolmogorov [“Local structure of turbulence in an incompressible fluid for very large Reynolds numbers,” Dokl.
Akad. Nauk S – ()] or K41 as well as his third hypothesis [A. Kolmogorov Cited by: Passive scalar turbulence has recently yielded to mathematical analysis, and such progress may ultimately lead to a better understanding of the still intractable problem of fluid turbulence itself.
large-scale energy input than inertial range scaling coefﬁcients. Key words: homogeneous turbulence, intermittency, turbulent ﬂows 1. Introduction. One of the earliest recognitions of the importance of ﬂuctuations in the energy dissipation rate in turbulence can be found in a footnote by Landau in the Cited by: 7.
Results of a wind tunnel experiment in which there are systematic variations of free stream turbulence above a flat-plate boundary layer are presented. Upstream of the plate, an active grid generates free stream turbulence varying in intensity from % to %.
The momentum thickness Reynolds number of the boundary layer varies from to nearly Cited by: Theory of turbulence at small scales plays a fundamental role in modeling turbulence and in retrieving information from physical measurements of turbulent flows.
A systematic methodology based on direct numerical simulations of turbulent flows is developed to investigate universality of small scale turbulence. Understanding characteristics of the small scale intermittency in turbulent flows Author: Saba Almalkie.
Physics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for active researchers, academics and students of physics. Calculating Length Scales from Passive Scalar Field. Strong and weak turbulence.
How are the turbulent spectra determined in relativistic turbulence. the turbulence grid for the high inlet turbulence cases. The incidence angles that are presented apply to the take-off and cruise conditions for the VSPT project.5 The blades and their nominal inlet flow vectors are shown in Figure 2.
As shown in Figure 1, a turbulence grid was installed upstream of the blade row to generate high inlet turbulenceCited by: 1. Numerical study of small-scale intermittency in three-dimensional turbulence By ERIC D.
SIGGIA Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New Yorkand National Center for Atmospheric Research, P.O. BoxBoulder, Colorado (Received 2 October and in revised form 27 August ).O(), highlight promising applications of the reﬁned model to high-Reynolds-number ﬂows, in which coherent scales become the primary contributor to the ﬂuctuating energy.
DOI: /PhysRevFluids I. INTRODUCTION Large-scale coherence in high-Reynolds-number wall turbulence has been evidenced by ﬂow.Given the Reynolds number effects observed for single point statistics, the aim of the present work is to extend the scale energy analysis conducted by Marati et s¼ to higher Reyn-olds numbers.2 Thus, the scale energy dynamics are examined using DNS data of turbulent chan-nel ﬂows at Re s¼,and in this study.