Two-dimensional Gram-Charlier reconstruction of velocity correlations

Sullivan, P.; Pollard, A.; Delville, J.; Bonnet, J.P.
October 1996
Physics of Fluids;Oct96, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p2671
Academic Journal
Discusses the reconstruction of the two-point statistics obtained in a two-dimensional mixing layer and three-dimensional wall jet from the summation of Hermite Polynomials. Two-dimensional Gram-Charlier reconstruction; Velocity correlations; Rigorous and progressive decomposition of the statistical field into separate components; Influences of individual terms.


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