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Turbulence, chaos and diffeomorpisms in hydrodynamics on spheres.

Mozheng Wei

Turbulence, chaos and diffeomorpisms in hydrodynamics on spheres.

by Mozheng Wei

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Published by University of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Manchester thesis (Ph.D.), Department of Physics.

ContributionsDepartment of Physics.
The Physical Object
Pagination188p.
Number of Pages188
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19773140M

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Turbulence, chaos and diffeomorpisms in hydrodynamics on spheres by Mozheng Wei Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Large eddy simulations. Exercises. Scales in turbulence and numerical simulations. Efficiency of turbulent mixing. Developed turbulence in a cumulus cloud.

Decaying turbulence. Turbulence in the atmospheric boundary layer. Two-dimensional turbulence. Turbulence pervades our world, from weather patterns to the air entering our lungs.

This book describes methods that reveal its structures and dynamics. Building on the existence of coherent structures – recurrent patterns – in turbulent flows, it describes mathematical methods that reduce the governing (Navier–Stokes) equations to Author: Philip Holmes, John L.

Lumley, Gahl Berkooz, Clarence W. Rowley. In Chapter 2 we consider “plain convection” best illustrating the connection between chaos and turbulence.

Both the instability mechanism and confinement effects are appealingly intuitive. We first examine the case of confined systems with frozen spatial structure, which makes the theory of dissipative dynamical systems by: 3. It is trite to regard turbulence as the last unsolved prob-lem in classical physics and to cite many books and au-thorities to justify the opinion.

It is likewise a cliché to list great physicists and mathematicians, such as Werner Heisenberg, Richard Feynman, and Andrei Kolmogorov, who “failed” to solve the problem despite much effort. Ho. Wei, M. (), Chaos and Diffeomorphisms in Hydrodynamics on Spheres, Ph.D Thesis, University of Manchester, UK pp.

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Each new problem has to be carefully formulated as to geometry and proper boundary conditions. Then some scheme of attack might be adopted with the hope of reaching a solution. All turbulent flows are chaotic in all chaotic flows are not turbulent. In short Turbulent flow is a Chaotic flow.

Chaos is a characteristic of a Non-linear system. In layman terms,smallest instabilities or disturbances in the flow mani.

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Molecular Hydrodynamics. This approach quite often turns into a formidable task when the fluid evolves into a non-linear regime where chaos, turbulence, This book carries two important. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

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The book is solidly based on fundamentals, but it also guides the student to an understanding of engineering applications 5/5(2). On the road toward a history of turbulence, this book focuses on what the actors in this research field have identified as the “turbulence problem”.

Turbulent flow rose to prominence as one of the most persistent challenges in science. hydrodynamics investigations flows international fluid mechanics regarded. "The book contains some historical remarks and a lot of application and exercises.

It handles some aspects in more detail than other books of hydrodynamics and is, thereby, a good completion of the flow mechanics literature." – Prof. B. PLATZER in: Z. Angew Math. Mech.,Vol. 91, No. 5, p. /5(1).".the book presents the recent knowledge on nonlinear instability, chaos and turbulence, together with open questions and unsolved problems.

Theoreticians, experimentalists and practitioners are provided with a critical, although balanced, appraisal of modern concepts in .The present book on Hydrodynamics - Concepts and Experiments contains six chapters, each of which devoted to a topic considered interesting to compose this book.

Although the tools used in the different chapters are somewhat superposed, a first classification may be presented as: the first two chapters describe numerical models; the third and fourth chapters use experimental tools and results Cited by: 2.