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Dynamic multiscaling in stochastically forced Burgers turbulence

@inproceedings{De2022DynamicMI,
  title={Dynamic multiscaling in stochastically forced Burgers turbulence},
  author={Sadhitro De and Dhrubaditya Mitra and Rahul Pandit},
  year={2022}
}
We carry out a detailed study of dynamic multiscaling in the turbulent nonequilibrium, but statistically steady, state of the stochastically forced one-dimensional Burgers equation. We introduce the concept of interval collapse times τ col , the time taken for an interval of length (cid:96) , demarcated by a pair of Lagrangian tracers, to collapse at a shock. By calculating the dynamic scaling exponent of the order- p moment of τ col , we show that (a) there is not one but an infinity of… 

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