# Influence of the filtering tools on the analysis of two-dimensional turbulent flows

@inproceedings{Bruneau2009InfluenceOT, title={Influence of the filtering tools on the analysis of two-dimensional turbulent flows}, author={Charles-Henri Bruneau and Patrick John Fischer}, year={2009} }

- Published 2009
DOI:10.1016/j.compfluid.2008.01.035

Numerous direct numerical simulations of soap film flows yield a large amount of data on two-dimensional turbulence. The analysis of such data is very sensitive to the analysis tools and the way they are used. On the one hand, some of the possible errors obtained by a misuse of the analysis tools are reported. On the other hand, a rigorous use of wavelet packets analysis reveals surprising results that slightly differ from the KLB theory for the flow considered. A careful wavelet packets… CONTINUE READING

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