A Modified Turbulent Energy Model for Geophysical Flows: Influence of the Ground Proximity
Boundary Layer, Modify Form, Original Form, Energy Model, Lateral Component
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A modified form of the turbulent energy model for geophysical flows is presented, in which the effect of the proximity of the ground on the pressure redistribution terms is accounted for. The new form of the model retains the simplicity and the capabilities of the original form, but at the same time differentiates between the vertical and lateral components of turbulent energy in boundary layers as well as between free and near-wall turbulence.
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Boundary-Layer Meteorology, v. 35, p. 155-165
Scholar Commons Citation
Galperin, Boris and Hassid, S., "A Modified Turbulent Energy Model for Geophysical Flows: Influence of the Ground Proximity" (1986). Marine Science Faculty Publications. 1471.