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Old   May 13, 2004, 19:28
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Hi, Do we expect zero tutbulent kinetic energy on a moving wall? When the reference co-ordinate is stationary.

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Old   May 15, 2004, 11:51
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Yes. Because you tensor is rho*uŽuŽ and uŽ is the total u minus average u, which is the wall speed. Therefore, uŽ should be frame indifferent (unrespective of any inertial reference system) and the tensor should be the same as if you were stick in to the wall...
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