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Similarity in the far field of a turbulent round jet 399 370 184
Restricted scaling range models for turbulent velocity and scalar energy transfers in decaying turbulence 14 13 0
Scale-by-scale turbulent energy budget in the intermediate wake of two-dimensional generators 38 30 2
Breakdown of Kolmogorov's first similarity hypothesis in grid turbulence 55 33 0
An overview of the effect of large-scale inhomogeneities on small-scale turbulence 123 105 2
Transport equation for the mean turbulent energy dissipation rate on the centreline of a fully developed channel flow 17 17 0
Dynamical effect of the total strain induced by the coherent motion on local isotropy in a wake 29 20 0
Boundedness of the mixed velocity-temperature derivative skewness in homogeneous isotropic turbulence 0 0 0
Progress in studying small-scale turbulence using 'exact' two-point equations 78 72 3
Invariants for slightly heated decaying grid turbulence 41 28 2
Kármán-Howarth closure equation on the basis of a universal eddy viscosity 34 30 0
Collapse of the turbulent dissipative range on Kolmogorov scales 46 32 0
Comparison between kinetic energy and passive scalar energy transfer in locally homogeneous isotropic turbulence 32 27 0
Boundedness of the velocity derivative skewness in various turbulent flows 16 5 1
Dynamical interactions between the coherent motion and small scales in a cylinder wake 20 14 0
Spectrum of a passive scalar in moderate Reynolds number homogenous isotropic turbulence 105 94 0
Similarity of energy structure functions in decaying homogeneous isotropic turbulence 128 105 5
Scale-by-scale energy budgets which account for the coherent motion 20 15 0
Towards local isotropy of higher-order statistics in the intermediate wake 4 4 0
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