The Physics of Fluid Turbulence (Oxford Engineering Science Series) - W. D. McComb (1990)
ISBN 0198561601
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Publication Date 8/30/1990
Format Hardcover (241 x 164 mm)
This book provides an in-depth look at fluid turbulence: the archetypal non-linear, non-equilibrium problem of statistical physics which has witnessed significant progress in recent years, facilitated by advances in laser anemometry, computer technology, and theoretical methods from quantum
physics. A fully integrated work, The Physics of Fluid Turbulence approaches its subject as a universal phenomenon with a universal behavior. It includes a concise summary of the theory and practice of turbulence science up to 1960, followed by a detailed analysis of more recent developments in
this area, including a rigorous formulation of the turbulence problem as an example of a non-equilibrium statistical system with strong coupling, along with the application of renormalized perturbation theory. Designed for those new to the subject, the book will also be useful to those who are
familiar with the study of turbulence but have not yet approached the subject utilizing the theoretical methods from quantum physics that are covered here.
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LoC Classification QA913 .M43 Ser.25
Cover Price $150.00
No. of Pages 572