Turbulence Measurements and Parameterizationsby Keith W. Bedford, Ohio State Univ, Columbus, United States,
Abstract: Bottom boundary layer and exchange models account for high frequency turbulence via Reynold's averaging and the most advanced closure formulations required by this averaging are turbulent stress/flux and algebraic stress models which are extremely complex. These formulations have considerably improved stratified flow calculations and those with nonisotropic length scales such as flow over bottom dunes. In addition to these traditional closures, this paper also reviews two additional types of averaging definitions. Motivated by the idea that improved averaging might lead to a reduction in closure complexity, these averaging definitions fundamentally address the idea of moving averages and three component wave-turbulent averaging which has been used by atmospheric scientists.
Subject Headings: Boundary layers | Flow measurement | Fluid flow | Turbulence | Turbulent flow | Water flow | Wave measurement | Stratified flow
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