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aero777 December 31, 2012 17:15

Isotropic Turbulent Flow
 
Does anyone know how can one show that

<uv^2> = <vw^2> = <wu^2> = 0

where u, v and w are velocity components
and <x> denotes mean/average of x.

Maria3344 January 9, 2013 04:37

Isotropic Flow : docsity.com
 
I am sorry that i cannot solve the equation but i can refer you to a link that might help you in solving that puzzle.


http://uk.docsity.com/en-docs/Comput..._David_Apsley_

aero777 January 9, 2013 05:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by Maria3344 (Post 400890)
I am sorry that i cannot solve the equation but i can refer you to a link that might help you in solving that puzzle.


http://uk.docsity.com/en-docs/Comput..._David_Apsley_


Thanks for the link.

The set of notes discuss turbulence in general. It does not get to proving anything; are you referring to a particular page?


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