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Turbulence modeling is a classical approach to address the multiscale nature of fluid turbulence. Instead of resolving all scales of motion, which is currently mathematically and numerically intractable, reduced models that capture the large-scale behavior are derived. One of the most popular reduced models is the Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equations. The goal is to solve the RANS equations for the mean velocity and pressure field. However, the RANS equations contain a term calledarXiv:1812.02241v1 fatcat:tvffwf2fdzdupf7mxe2fhskrbi