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I have a question and hope that you can help me with it. This is about the Turbulence. At a very high reynolds no., according to Kolmogoroff, there is a universal equilibrium region which is devided into an inertial subrange and a viscous dissipation subrange. In the inertial subrange the energy is transfered constantly from the big eddy to small eddy. At last the energy will be consumed under the effect of the viscosity in the dissipation subrange. However, is the momentum being transfered by the eddies constantly at that inertial subrange? How should we think about the momentum?
Re: Is the momentum being transfered constantly at the universality domain?
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