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CATEGORIES:Emmy Noether Society
SUMMARY:Randomness in Modelling of Fluid Motion - Martina
Hofmanova
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URL:http://talks.cam.ac.uk/talk/index/114319
DESCRIPTION:The phenomenon of hydrodynamic turbulence has puzz
led mathematicians\, physicists and engineers sinc
e the beginning of the 20th century. Mathematician
s are fascinated by the solvability of the corresp
onding Navier-Stokes system of partial differentia
l equations\, physicists in the statistical behavi
our as related to statistical mechanics of turbule
nce and engineers ask questions like: What are the
heat transfer properties of a turbulent flow? Wha
t are the forces applied by a fluid to its boundar
y? \n\nIn a turbulent flow\, many physical quantit
ies undergo rapid\, random and very chaotic change
s\, proving an obstacle in the analysis of the Nav
ier-Stokes equations. All this leads to the need o
f statistical description of a turbulent flow\, th
e concept of statistical solutions of the Navier-S
tokes equations and the use of probability theory
in the study of the Navier-Stokes equations.\n
LOCATION:Mill Lane Lecture Room 6\, 8 Mill Lane\, Cambridge
CB2 1RX
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