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Wave Turbulence

Sergey Nazarenko

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Published
**2011**
by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg
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Written in English

- Physical geography,
- Physics,
- Hydraulic engineering

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Sergey Nazarenko |

Series | Lecture Notes in Physics -- 825 |

Contributions | SpringerLink (Online service) |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | [electronic resource] / |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL25546144M |

ISBN 10 | 9783642159411, 9783642159428 |

The parameter Z n ¯ is a rough measure of the vertical distance between the ground surface and the altitude where most of the lee wave energy is located. Smith () identifies the first term in parentheses in () as the sensitivity of the wave to excitation by the bottom topography. He argues that a thick neutral layer between the ground surface and the elevation where the wave . Computation of shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interactions using a two-equation model with compressibility corrections Applied Scientific Research, Vol. 51, No. Shock turbulence interaction in the presence of mean shear - An application of rapid distortion theoryCited by:

Vegetation can change flow structure and turbulence characteristics. However, few studies have focused on combined wave–current flows in canopy with v. Abstract. Wave turbulence concerns the study of dynamical and statistical properties of a field of random nonlinear waves in interaction. Although it occurs in various situations (ocean surface waves, internal waves in geophysics, Alfvén waves in astrophysical plasmas, or nonlinear waves in optics), well-controlled laboratory experiments on wave turbulence are relatively scarce despite the Cited by: 1.

The book includes papers by various aviation turbulence researchers and provides background into the nature and causes of atmospheric turbulence that affect aircraft motion, and contains surveys of the latest techniques for remote and in situ sensing and forecasting of the turbulence phenomenon. Wave turbulence is a set of wave s deviated far from thermal state is accompanied by is either decaying turbulence or requires external source of energy to sustain it. Examples are waves on a fluid surface excited by wind s or ship s, and waves in plasma excited by electromagnetic waves al sources by some resonant mechanism usually excite waves with.

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Wave Turbulence refers to the statistical theory of weakly nonlinear dispersive waves. There is a wide and growing spectrum of physical applications, ranging from sea waves, to plasma waves, to superfluid turbulence, to nonlinear optics and Bose-Einstein condensates.5/5(1).

Wave Turbulence (Lecture Notes in Physics Book ) - Kindle edition by Sergey Nazarenko. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Wave Turbulence (Lecture Notes in Physics Book ).5/5(1).

About this book Wave Turbulence refers to the statistical theory of weakly nonlinear dispersive waves. There is a wide and growing spectrum of physical applications, ranging from sea waves, to plasma waves, to superfluid turbulence, to nonlinear optics and Bose-Einstein : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Wave or weak turbulence is a branch of science concerned with the evolution of random wave fields of all kinds and on all scales, from waves in galaxies to capillary waves on water surface, from waves in nonlinear optics to quantum cturer: WSPC.

Wave Turbulence refers to the statistical theory of weakly nonlinear dispersive waves. There is a wide and growing spectrum of physical applications, ranging from sea waves, to plasma waves, to superfluid turbulence, to nonlinear optics and Bose-Einstein condensates.

This monograph describes the phenomena associated with the propagation of electromagnetic and acoustic waves through atmospheric turbulence. Geared toward specialists in radiophysics and atmospheric acoustics and optics, the treatment is also suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students/5(2).

Introduction. Wave Turbulence refers to the statistical theory of weakly nonlinear dispersive waves. There is a wide and growing spectrum of physical applications, ranging from sea waves, to plasma waves, to superfluid turbulence, to nonlinear optics and Bose-Einstein condensates.

Beyond the fundamentals the book thus also covers new developments such as the interaction of random waves. In addition to vortex hydrodynamic turbulence, it considers various cases of wave turbulence in plasmas, magnets, atmosphere, ocean and space. A sound basis for discussion is provided by the concept of cascade turbulence with relay energy transfer over different scales and modes.

The book is aimed at two audiences: those interested in problems surrounding electromagnetic wave propagation in turbulence, and those interested in evaluating integrals. The author takes a systematic and in-depth approach to answering both audiences, separately and jointly, by demonstrating a way to obtain analytic answers, the integration Cited by: Wave or weak turbulence is a branch of science concerned with the evolution of random wave fields of all kinds and on all scales, from waves in galaxies to capillary waves on water surface, from waves in nonlinear optics to quantum fluids.

In spite of the enormous diversity of wave fields in nature, there is a common conceptual and mathematical core which allows to describe the processes of. springer, Wave Turbulence refers to the statistical theory of weakly nonlinear dispersive waves.

There is a wide and growing spectrum of physical applications, ranging from sea waves, to plasma waves, to superfluid turbulence, to nonlinear optics and Bose-Einstein condensates.

Beyond the fundamentals the book thus also covers new developments such as the interaction of random waves with. Wave Turbulence refers to the statistical theory of weakly nonlinear dispersive waves. There is a wide and growing spectrum of physical applications, ranging from sea waves, to plasma waves, to superfluid turbulence, to nonlinear optics and Bose-Einstein : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

wave turbulence. Though primarily a western U.S. problem, due to the numerous tall mountain ranges in this region, mountain wave turbulence can occur in association with just about any sizeable mountain or Figures American International Airways’ DC-8 aircraft after losing its No.

1 engine due to mountain wave turbulence, Dec. 9, where ϕ 22 is the planar wavenumber spectrum and can be defined using Eqs. () or (), using different empirical models for the turbulent spectrum. The averaging time T is defined by the time it takes the volume of turbulence to pass over the blade, and so R ∞ /T = U ∞.In this result the size of the turbulent region also determines the wetted span of the blade, and so R ∞ = b/2.

In order to study the effect of surface waves on turbulence generation, the characteristics of surface waves under typhoon conditions are analyzed in the following parts. When the sea surface wave propagates to the shallow water region, the wave orbital velocity will be Author: Hongyu Ma, Dejun Dai, Jingsong Guo, Fangli Qiao.

Vegetation canopies control mean and turbulent flow structure as well as surface wave processes in coastal regions. A non-hydrostatic RANS model based on NHWAVE (Ma et al., ) is developed to study turbulent mixing, surface wave attenuation and nearshore circulation induced by vegetation.A nonlinear k − ϵ model accounting for vegetation-induced turbulence production is implemented to Cited by: Beyond the fundamentals the book thus also covers new developments such as the interaction of random waves with coherent structures (vortices, solitons, wave breaks), inverse cascades leading to condensation and the transitions between weak and strong turbulence, turbulence intermittency as well as finite system size effects, such as \"frozen.

Description: This monograph describes the phenomena associated with the propagation of electromagnetic and acoustic waves through atmospheric turbulence. Geared toward specialists in radiophysics and atmospheric acoustics and optics, the treatment is also suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students.

The development of this core and its links with the applications is the essence of wave turbulence science (WT) which is an established integral part of nonlinear science.

The book comprising seven reviews aims at discussing new challenges in WT and perspectives of its : World Scientific Publishing Company. Beyond the fundamentals the book thus also covers new developments such as the interaction of random waves with coherent structures (vortices, solitons, wave breaks), inverse cascades leading to condensation and the transitions between weak and strong turbulence, turbulence intermittency as well as finite system size effects, such as \'frozen.

Stationary Spectra of Weak Wave Turbulence.- Kolmogorov Spectra of Weak Turbulence in Scale-Invariant Isotropic Media.- Dimensional Estimations and Self-Similarity Analysis.- Exact Stationary Solutions of the Three-Wave Kinetic Equation.- Exact Stationary Solutions for the Four-Wave Kinetic Equations.- Exact Power Author: Vladimir E.

Zakharov. The method of wave–turbulence decomposition we introduce here is useful when wave and turbulence time scales overlap with each other in the spectral domain, but it assumes that waves and turbulence do not interact (i.e., no stretching of turbulence at the wave time scales due to the strain field the waves create).Cited by: [1] In the ocean, interaction among the mean current, the surface waves, and turbulence is a major mechanism for energy transfer from surface waves to the turbulence field.

This process is associated with attenuation of surface waves. This paper deals with wave‐turbulence interaction and its induced mixing using field observations and a one‐dimensional, level turbulence closure by: