Improved shell model of turbulence

@article{Lvov1998ImprovedSM,
  title={Improved shell model of turbulence},
  author={Victor S. L’vov and Evgeniy V. Podivilov and Anna Pomyalov and Itamar Procaccia and Damien Vandembroucq},
  journal={Physical Review E},
  year={1998},
  volume={58},
  pages={1811-1822}
}
We introduce a shell model of turbulence that exhibits improved properties in comparison to the standard (and very popular) Gledzer, Ohkitani, and Yamada (GOY) model. The nonlinear coupling is chosen to minimize correlations between different shells. In particular, the second-order correlation function is diagonal in the shell index and the third-order correlation exists only between three consecutive shells. Spurious oscillations in the scaling regime, which are an annoying feature of the GOY… 
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