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How deep should one go to get the inertial range right?

Sreenivasan, KR (ICTP)
Wednesday 01 October 2008, 15:30-16:00

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


Theoretical and empirical arguments will be presented to show that the grid resolution in direct numerical simulations ought to be finer than previously thought. Error estimates for poorer resolutions will be presented. By going deep in the dissipation region, it may be possible to recover inertial range properties at finite Reynolds numbers.


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