Davidson, PA (2011) The decay of Saffman and batchelor turbulence subject to rotation, stratification or an imposed magnetic field. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 318. ISSN 1742-6588Full text not available from this repository.
We consider unforced, statistically-axisymmetric turbulence evolving in the presence of a background rotation, an imposed stratification, or a uniform magnetic field. We focus on two canonical cases: Saffman turbulence, in which E(κ → 0) ∼ κ 2, and Batchelor turbulence, in which E(κ → 0) ∼ κ 4. It has recently been shown that, provided the large scales evolve in a self-similar manner, then u ⊥2ℓ ⊥2ℓ // = constant in Saffman turbulence and u ⊥2ℓ ⊥4ℓ // = constant in Batchelor turbulence (Davidson, 2009, 2010). Here the subscripts ⊥ and // indicate directions perpendicular and parallel to the axis of symmetry, and ℓ ⊥, ℓ //, and u ⊥ are suitably defined integral scales. These constraints on the integral scales allow us to make simple, testable predictions for the temporal evolution of ℓ ⊥, ℓ //, and u ⊥ in rotating, stratified and MHD turbulence.
|Divisions:||Div A > Fluid Mechanics|
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|Date Deposited:||04 Feb 2015 23:04|
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