Encyclopedia of Fluid Mechanics: Surface and Groundwater Flow Phenomena
Topics covered in this volume include: one-equation turbulence modelling of incompressible mixtures; an overview of global wave statistics; and interactions between water currents and sedimented effluents.
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AVERAGED CONSERVATION EQUATIONS
ONEEQUATION TURBULENCE MODELS
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