Analytic derivation of the inertial range of compressible turbulence

@article{Goldman2021AnalyticDO,
  title={Analytic derivation of the inertial range of compressible turbulence},
  author={Itzhak Goldman},
  journal={Physics of Fluids},
  year={2021}
}
  • I. Goldman
  • Published 29 May 2021
  • Physics, Environmental Science
  • Physics of Fluids
An analytic model for steady state turbulence is employed to obtain the inertial range power spectrum of compressible turbulence. We assume that for homogeneous turbulence, the timescales controlling the energy injected at a given wavenumber from all smaller wave-numbers, are equal for each spatial component. However, the longitudinal component energy is diverted into compression, so the rate controlling the energy that is transferred to all larger wave-numbers by the turbulent viscosity is… 

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