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The Transport of Vorticity and Heat through Fluids in Turbulent Motion

1932
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Proceedings of the Royal Society A
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In Reynolds' well-known theory of turbulent flow the effect of turbulence on the mean flow of a fluid is conceived as the same as th a t of a system of stresses which, like those due to viscosity, may have tangential as well as normal components across any plane element. Taking the case of laminar mean flow, th a t is when the mean flow is, say, horizontal and constant in direction and magnitude a t any given height, the components of stress over a horizontal plane a t height z are F a and Fv

doi:10.1098/rspa.1932.0061
fatcat:wuq2gbbc2zfbddfbk5hcuogu3y