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Turbulent mixing theory applied to radio scattering.

by Richard A. Silverman

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Published by Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in New York .
Written in English


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A. J. Hutchinson, Application of a modified Prandtl mixing length model to the turbulent far wake with a variable mainstream flow, Physics of Fluids, /, 30, 9, (), (). Crossref.   In this work, we apply for the first time the strong scattering theory to radio scintillation spectra to obtain outflow speeds at – R S. Data were obtained using the downlink signal of the Akatsuki spacecraft of Japan (Nakamura et al. ), which is on its way to Venus.

ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xiii, pages) Contents: Nonlinear wave dynamics --A New Way to Calculate Steep Gravity Waves --Nonlinear Water Wave Theory Via Pressure Formulation --Particle Trajectories in Nonlinear Capillary Waves --Wave Breaking and Nonlinear Instability Coupling --Stability of a Random Inhomogeneous Field of .   [1] The first near coincident measurements of acoustic backscatter and temperature/velocity microstructure confirm theoretical predictions that oceanic turbulence scatters sound. Not only are acoustic backscatter at kHz and turbulent microstructure unambiguously correlated on a patch‐by‐patch basis, but measured scattering amplitudes agree with theoretical predictions for scattering.

order theory explains some of the features of the processes when applied to radar imagery. H. Mitsuyasu and T. Kusaba reported on a wavetank investigation on turbulence in water by wind and waves, both clean water and water with surfac tant were used, the results indicate the turbulent structure in the water surface boundary layer generated by. butions in turbulent shear flow. However, certain phenomenological theories have been applied, e.g., Boussinesq's and Prandtl's mix- ing-length theory which, though unsatisfac- tory from a fundamental point of view, are generally accepted for predicting the distri- bution of mean properties in free turbulent.


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Obukhoff's statistical theory of turbulent mixing is proposed as a replacement for the heuristic theories of Gallet and Villars‐Weisskopf, and is applied to the problem of the scattering of radio waves by refractive index fluctuations.

In the case of ionospheric scattering, order‐of‐magnitude agreement with the observed scattered power is obtained if the refractive index fluctuations are Cited by:   Obukhoff's statistical theory of turbulent mixing is proposed as a replacement for the heuristic theories of Gallet and Villars-Weisskopf, and is applied to the problem of the scattering of radio waves by refractive index fluctuations.

In the case of ionospheric scattering, order-of-magnitude agreement with the observed scattered power is obtained if the refractive index fluctuations are Cited by: R.A. Silverman. Turbulent Mixing Theory Applied to Radio Scattering. Journal of Applied Physics 17) C.M. Crain.

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The turbulent mixing coefficient is widely applied into the sub-channel code. Nevertheless, in the current versions, the imperfect description of turbulent mixing with sole turbulent mixing coefficient for energy β E significantly affects the accuracy of the calculation results.

According to ray theory, regions exist in an upward refracting atmosphere where no sound should be present. Experiments show, however, that appreciable sound levels penetrate these so‐called shadow zones. Two mechanisms contribute to sound in the shadow zone: diffraction and turbulent scattering of sound.

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51, No. 1 Rayleigh Scattering Measurements of Transient Fuel Vapor Concentration in a Motored Spark Ignition Engine. The near-forward scattering by particles was calculated using Mie theory for homogeneous spheres and particle size distributions representative of natural assemblages in the ocean.

The theory of turbulent mixing at the interface of two media in accelerated motion was constructed in [1], and an approximate solution was given for incompressible fluids. The time variation of kinetic energy was neglected in the equation of balance for the kinetic energy of the turbulent motion.

In [2] the characteristic turbulent velocity is averaged over the mixing region. The method previously described x) as bilocal perturbation theory is applied here to the calculation of the ensemble averaged acoustical wave propagating through a medium with thermal inhomogeneities and with a turbulent velocity structure.

For each of these types of perturbation, described by an appropriate autocorrelation function, a dispersion equation for the acoustic wave is derived and. The theory of scattering by a turbulent medium is applied to scattering of radio waves in the troposphere. In the region below the horizon of the transmitter, energy is received (1) by diffraction.

The Ocean Surface Wave Breaking, Turbulent Mixing and Radio Probing. Editors: Toba, Y., Mitsuyasu, H. (Eds.) Free Preview. filtering. Such procedures were carried out for the development of turbulent mixing scheme based on a similarity theory modification [5]. Similarity theory [] has been used for describing turbulent conditions in the ground air since ies.

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It is a considerable experimental, theoretical, modeling, and computational challenge to capture and represent turbulent mixing which, for high Reynolds number flows, occurs across a spectrum of scales.

Based on the ergodic hypothesis of turbulent mixing, the diffusion coefficients were calculated using the moment method. The results revealed that the scattering of floaters in the test reaches shows non-Fickian mixing behavior, in which σ i 2 is proportional to t 2.

Turbulence in Mixing Operations: Theory and Application to Mixing and Reaction presents a summary of the current status of research on turbulent motion, mixing, and kinetics. Each chapter of this book discusses turbulence in the context of mixing and reaction in scalar fields.

Turbulence and mixing in a Scottish Loch, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, /rsta, (), ().Rayleigh Light Scattering Studies of Turbulent Mixing. Published. Octo Author(s) William M. Pitts.

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Development of models for combusting flows is.The book discusses homogenisation principles and mixing rules for the determination of the macroscopic dielectric and magnetic properties of different types of media.

The effects of structure and anisotropy are discussed in detail, as well as mixtures involving chiral and nonlinear materials. High frequency scattering phenomena and dispersive properties are also discussed.4/5(1).