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Puff turbulence in the limit of strong buoyancy

@inproceedings{Mazzino2021PuffTI,
  title={Puff turbulence in the limit of strong buoyancy},
  author={Andrea Mazzino and Marco Edoardo Rosti},
  year={2021}
}
We provide a numerical validation of a recently proposed phenomenological theory to characterize the space-time statistical properties of a turbulent puff, both in terms of bulk properties, such as the mean velocity, temperature and size, and scaling laws for velocity and temperature differences both in the viscous and in the inertial range of scales. In particular, apart from the more classical sheardominated puff turbulence, our main focus is on the recently discovered new regime where… Expand

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