By Paul Manneville (auth.), Tom Mullin, Rich Kerswell (eds.)
An intriguing new course in hydrodynamic balance thought and the transition to turbulence is anxious with the position of disconnected states or finite amplitude recommendations within the evolution of affliction in fluid flows. This quantity includes refereed papers provided on the IUTAM/LMS backed symposium on "Non-Uniqueness of suggestions to the Navier-Stokes equations and their reference to Laminar-Turbulent Transition" held in Bristol 2004. Theoreticians and experimentalists amassed to debate advancements in figuring out either the onset and cave in of disordered movement in shear flows similar to these present in pipes and channels.
The critical target of the symposium was once to debate the expanding volume of experimental and numerical facts for finite amplitude recommendations to the Navier-Stokes equations and to set the paintings right into a glossy theoretical context. The contributors incorporated the various prime gurus within the topic and this quantity captures a lot of the flavor of the ensuing stimulating and full of life discussions.
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IUTAM Symposium on Laminar-Turbulent Transition and Finite Amplitude Solutions by Paul Manneville (auth.), Tom Mullin, Rich Kerswell (eds.)