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A defining feature of 3D hydrodynamic turbulence is that the rate of energy dissipation is bounded away from zero as viscosity is decreased (Reynolds number increased). This phenomenon - anomalous dissipation - is sometimes called the 'zeroth law of turbulence' as it underpins many celebrated theoretical predictions. Another robust feature observed in turbulence is that velocity structure functions S_p(ℓ) :=⟨ |δ_ℓ u|^p⟩ exhibit persistent power-law scaling in the inertial range, namely S_p(ℓ) ∼arXiv:2111.03493v1 fatcat:tfdmqcq5vrfzjoje6w7youzq5m