Some remarks on modelling the PDF of the concentration of a dispersing scalar in turbulence
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
arxiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics
The paper deals with the probability density function (PDF) of the concentration of a scalar within a turbulent flow. Following some comments about the overall structure of the PDF, and its approach to a limit at large times, attention focusses on the so-called small sc... View more
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