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* [[Reynolds averaged equations and the Turbulence Closure Problem#Equations for the average velocity | Equations for the average velocity ]]  
* [[Reynolds averaged equations and the Turbulence Closure Problem#Equations for the average velocity | Equations for the average velocity ]]  
* [[Reynolds averaged equations and the Turbulence Closure Problem#The turbulence problem | The turbulence problem ]]
* [[Reynolds averaged equations and the Turbulence Closure Problem#The turbulence problem | The turbulence problem ]]
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* [[The origins of turbulence #The origins of turbulence | The origins of turbulence ]]
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* [[Turbulence: Origins of turbulenc | Origins of turbulence ]]
* [[The importance of non-linearity #The importance of non-linearity | The importance of non-linearity ]]
* [[The importance of non-linearity #The importance of non-linearity | The importance of non-linearity ]]
* [[The Turbulence Closure problem and the Eddy Viscosity #The Turbulence Closure problem and the Eddy Viscosity |The Turbulence Closure problem and the Eddy Viscosity ]]
* [[The Turbulence Closure problem and the Eddy Viscosity #The Turbulence Closure problem and the Eddy Viscosity |The Turbulence Closure problem and the Eddy Viscosity ]]

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Contents

What is turbulence?

Elements of statistical analysis

Reynolds averaged equations and the turbulence closure problem

Turbulence kinetic energy

Stationarity and homogeneity

Homogeneous turbulence

Free turbulent shear flows

Wall bounded turbulent flows

Credits

This text was based on "Introduction to Turbulence" by Professor William K.George, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.



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