Coherent Structures in Parietal Turbulent Flows
November 2014, Wiley-ISTE
The wall is a source of many complexities, including turbulence modeling, and thus requires a thorough understanding of all the physics involved. Coherent Structures in Parietal Turbulent Flows provides scientists, researchers, and engineers with all the necessary information on the physical analysis, measurement, and calculation of these flows. Taking into account the latest developments in the field, the author discusses the fundamentals of turbulence, phenomenology, and closures of spectral behavior, the effect of the Reynolds number on parietal turbulence characteristics, and transport of vorticity.