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Mixing : Chaos and Turbulence

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概要 Mixing may be thought of as the operation by which a system evolves from one state of simplicity (initial segregation) to another state of simplicity (complete uniformity). Between these two extremes,... complex patterns emerge and die. Questions naturally arise- how can the geometry of complex patterns be characterised, what is the time scale of the process, what structures are involved in the flow? This volume, comprising the proceedings of the NATO ASI on Mixing, attempts to address these questions from the approaches of geometry, kinetics and structure. The ASI which brought together diverse communities with a common interest in the problem of mixing, now provides us with a comprehensive work on the problem of mixing.続きを見る
目次 Introduction: Why Mixing?
Introduction: Why Mixing?
I: History, Lexicon, and Basics
A Philosophical and Historical Journey through Mixing and Fully-Developed Turbulence
Mixing: Turbulence and Chaos - An Introduction
II: Geometry of Mixing and Engineering Applications
Turbulence, Fractals, and Mixing
Scale-Dependent Fractal Geometry
Comparing Extremes: Mixing of Fluids, Mixing of Solids
Scale Covariance and Geometry in Turbulent Combustion
III: Mixing and Dispersion in Geophysical Contexts
Dynamics of Lagrangian Tracers in Barotropic Turbulence
Transport, Stirring, and Mixing in the Atmosphere
The Ozone Hole
The effect of Schmidt Number on Stratified Entrainment
Dispersion at Large Péclet Number
IV: Statistical Methods and Mixing
An Introduction to Chaotic Advection
Renormalization Group Method in Chaotic Mixing
Fluctuations and Mixing of a Passive Scalar in Turbulent Flow
Cascade Models of Turbulence and Mixing.
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登録日 2020.06.27
更新日 2020.06.28