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Principles of Methods and Techniques in
Homogeneous ShearFlow Turbulence
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according to Eq apply assumed assumption Batchelor condition consider const constant coordinate system correlation coefficient correlation function Corrsin curve density determined diameter direction discrete particle dissipation scale distance distribution dynamic equation eddy diffusion eddy viscosity effect electric resistance energy spectrum Eulerian experimental exponential function expression flow field Fluid Mech fluid particles follows Fourier Fourier transform frequency Gaussian gradient grid heat Hence homogeneous turbulence hot wire hot-wire anemometer incompressible fluid inertial subrange integral scale interaction isotropic turbulence kinetic energy Lagrangian mean motion mean velocity measurements molecular diffusion momentum obtained one-dimensional Phys plane pressure Proc quantity ratio relation respect Reynolds number scalar scalar field shear shear stress shown shows smallest eddies solution spatial spectrum function statistically independent stresses temperature term theory transfer transport turbulence velocity turbulent flow turbulent fluctuation turbulent motion velocity component velocity correlation vorticity wavenumber range zero