Detrended structure-function in fully developed turbulence

  title={Detrended structure-function in fully developed turbulence},
  author={Yongxiang Huang},
  journal={Journal of Turbulence},
  pages={209 - 220}
The classical structure-function (SF) method in fully developed turbulence or for scaling processes in general is influenced by large-scale energetic structures, known as the infrared effect. Therefore, the extracted scaling exponents ζ(n) might be biased due to this effect. In this paper, a detrended structure-function (DSF) method is proposed to extract scaling exponents by constraining the influence of large-scale structures. This is accomplished by removing a first-order polynomial fitting… 

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