 Basel ; Boston : Birkhäuser, c1999.
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 Book — viii, 480 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Part 1 Mathematical issues: does turbulence saturate global transport estimates? C.R. Doering
 the closure problem for FriedmanKeller infinite chain of moment equations, corresponding to the NavierStokes system, A.V. Fursikov
 vorticity alignment results for the 3D Euler and NavierStokes equations, J.D. Gibbon
 on the finitetime singularity problem in hydrodynamics, R.B. Pelz et al
 the outer regions in singular Euler, R.M. Kerr. Part 2 Control and related: on controllability of the NavierStokes equations, A.V. Fursikov
 low dimensional models, the minimal flow unit and control, J.L. Lumley et al
 active control of turbulence in boundary layer flows, P.J. Ioannou, B.F. Farrell
 origin and growth of structures in boundary layer flows, B.F. Farrell, P.J. Ioannou
 vortex control in a spatially growing round jet, O. Metais, G. Urbin. Part 3 Observational aspects: the lack of a simple paradigm in fully developed turbulence characteristics of local concentrations of vorticity and Reynolds stress in turbulent shear flows, J.G. Brasseur
 nearsingular flow structure in smallscale turbulence, J.C. Vassilicos
 some thoughts on similarity, the POD, and finite boundaries, W.K. George
 worms in a turbulence experiment, from hot wire time series, F. Belin et al
 intermittency in the closed flow between coaxial disks, J.F. Pinton et al. Part 4 Twoand quasitwodimensional flows: turbulent statistical dynamics of a system of point vortices, H. Aref et al
 combining deterministic and statistical approaches to compute twodimensional turbulent flows with walls, M. Farge t al
 evolution of decaying twodimensional turbulence and selfsimilarity, J.R. Herring et al
 linear and nonlinear models for turbulence in the presence of waves, C. Cambon
 on the stationary energy spectra of the stratified fluid in a weak turbulence regime, P. Caillol, V. Zeitlin
 on a possible mechanism of anomalous diffusion in geophysical turbulence, F. Dupont et al. Part 5 Basic aspects of turbulence modelling: basic issues of turbulence modelling, M. Germano
 physics and modelling of small scale turbulence for large eddy simulations, C. Meneveau et al
 on dynamical systems obtained via Galerkin projections onto lowdimensional bases of eigenfunctions, D. Rempfer
 symmetries of the NavierStokes equations and their implications for subgridmodels in largeeddy simulation of turbulence, M. Oberlack
 subgrid modelling for the filtered scalar transport equation, A. Leonard. Part 6 Statistics aspects: turbulent fluctuations, predictability, and action principles, G.L. Eyink. (Part contents).
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