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Turbulent Diffusion from Sources in Complex Flows. Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics Some Recent Developments in Turbulence Closure Modeling Paul A. Durbin Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics Industrial and Environmental Fluid Mechanics J C R Hunt Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics TURBULENT MIXING Paul E. Dimotakis Annual Review of Fluid by: One of those terms that emerges in the advection-diffusion equation is the eddy diffusivity, that acts additionally to the molecular diffusion. So to say it is an artificial concept introduced to describe the effects of the fine-scale isotropic chaotic turbulent motion - it simply accounts for unresolved effects of macroscopic isotropic. EPA /b March TURBULENT DIFFUSION IN LIQUID JETS: FINAL REPORT Strong C. Chaung and Victor W. Goldschmidt Engineering Experiment Station School of Mechanical Engineering Purdue University Lafayette, Indiana Project No. DEP Program Element 1BA Project Officer George R. Ditsworth Pacific Northwest . This book, originally published in Moscow in , is of interest to a wide scientific and technical audience, including geophysicists, meteorologists, aerodynamicists, chemical, mechanical, and civil engineers – in short, all concerned with the fundamental problems of flow, mass, and heat transfer. The authors deal with the theory of hydrodynamic instability and the development of.