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Velocity and vorticity correlations


Author: B. S. Berger
Journal: Quart. Appl. Math. 43 (1985), 97-102
MSC: Primary 76F05; Secondary 76-08
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1090/qam/782259
MathSciNet review: 782259
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Abstract: It is shown that one point velocity correlations may be expressed as a volume integral of the product of the singular part of Green's function and a function, $ {h_{jM}}\left( {x,X} \right)$, which satisfies Poisson's equation and vanishes for points on the boundary. An explicit expression is found for $ {h_{jM}}\left( {x,X} \right)$. These results provide a computational method for determining the velocity correlations.


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