Intermittency in Turbulent Flows
J. C. Vassilicos, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics J C Vassilicos
Cambridge University Press, 2001 - Mathematics - 276 pages
The dynamics of many nonlinear systems gravitate around a few common central themes: intermittency, order/coherence and disorder. Intermittency may be the universal outcome of a large class of nonlinear systems, however the universality properties of specific nonlinear systems, remain open questions. This volume aims to capture and summarise recent developments, encourage cross-fertilization of ideas, lay out research directions for the future and provide an overview of our current understanding of the subject.
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