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Physics of shear flow turbulence

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The Nature of High Reynolds Number Turbulence

We review the physics of shear flow turbulence, its statistical properties [1] and the implications for subgrid scale modeling close to solid walls or in presence of strong shears [2].

[1] F. Toschi, E. Leveque, and G. Ruiz-Chavarria. Shear effects in non-homogeneous turbulence. Physical Review Letters, 85(7):1436, 2000. [2] E. Leveque, F. Toschi, L. Shao, and J.-P. Bertoglio. Shear-improved smagorinsky model for large-eddy simulation of wall-bounded turbulent flows. J. Fluid Mech., 570:491502, 2007.

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