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It is well known that at low Reynolds numbers (Re) an incompressible fluid behaves in a laminar way (i.e. roughly speaking the evolution is regular and stable). On the contrary, at very large Reynolds numbers there is a highly chaotic and irregular behaviour. The regime Re≫Rcrit is called fully developed turbulence, where Rcrit is the value of Re at which the onset of turbulence appears i.e. there is a transition from laminar to chaotic flow. We underline that for Re slighly larger than Rcrit there are often only temporal chaos and highly spatial coherent structures.
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Some Aspects of the Fractal Approach to the Fully Developed Turbulence
http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-1-4899-3499-4_2
Pietronero
Luciano
Vulpiani
Angelo
Engineering
Interdisciplinary Engineering
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10.1007/978-1-4899-3499-4_2
University of L'Aquila
INFN Sezione di Roma and GNSM-CISM Unità di Roma, Università de L’Aquila, Piazza dell’Annunziata 1, 67100 L’Aquila, Italy
pub.1033402443
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Fractals’ Physical Origin and Properties
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