Analysis of the K-epsilon turbulence model
Aimed at applied mathematicians interested in the numerical simulation of turbulent flows. Centered around the k- model, it also deals with other models such as one equation models, subgrid scale models and Reynolds Stress models. Presents the k- method for turbulence in a language familiar to applied mathematicians, but has none of the technicalities of turbulence theory.
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Homogeneous Incompressible Turbulence
Mathematical analysis and approximation
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