Joint PDF modelling of turbulent flow and dispersion in an urban street canyon

Related identifiers: doi: 10.1007/s105460099370x 
Subject: Physics  Fluid Dynamics  85A10, 76F25, 76F55, 76M35, 37N10  Physics  Geophysics  Physics  Computational Physics

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