Forces and torques in two-dimensional turbulence and their applications
Since the discovery of two-dimensional (2D) turbulence in Faraday waves a decade ago, understanding of such phenomena has advanced greatly. The discovery of coherent bundles in such flows introduced a new way of exploiting 2D turbulence. This led to the development of devices capable of self-propelling in turbulent flows and offered novel ways of extracting energy stored in the inertial range of turbulence. Forces and torques acting on solid objects in turbulence require better understanding to...[Show more]
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