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== [[Homogeneous turbulence]] ==
== [[Homogeneous turbulence]] ==
== [[Free turbulent shear flows]] ==
== [[Free turbulent shear flows]] ==
== [[Wall bounded turbulent flows]] ==
== Headline text ==
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What is turbulence?

The elements of statistical analysis

Reynolds averaged equations and the Turbulence Closure Problem

Turbulence kinetic energy

Stationarity and homogeneity

Homogeneous turbulence

Free turbulent shear flows

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

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