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Title: The temporal scaling laws of compressible turbulence
Authors: Sun, BoHua 
Keywords: Turbulence;Compressible flow;Temporal scaling law
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Modern Physics Letters B
Source: Bohua Sun. (2017) Scaling laws of compressible turbulence. Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 38:6, 765-778. Online publication
Abstract: This paper proposes temporal scaling laws of the density-weighted energy spectrum for compressible turbulence in terms of dissipation rate, frequency and the Mach number. The study adopts the incomplete similarity theory in the scaling analysis of compressible turbulence motion. The investigation shows that the temporal Eulerian and Lagrangian energy spectra approach the −53−53 and −2−2 power laws when the Mach number M tends to reach unity and infinity, respectively.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S0217984916502973
http://hdl.handle.net/11189/5618
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