# Single inertial particle statistics in turbulent flows from Lagrangian velocity models

@article{Friedrich2022SingleIP, title={Single inertial particle statistics in turbulent flows from Lagrangian velocity models}, author={Jan Friedrich and Bianca Viggiano and Micka{\"e}l Bourgoin and Ra{\'u}l Bayo{\'a}n Cal and Laurent Chevillard}, journal={Physical Review Fluids}, year={2022} }

Jan Friedrich, 2 Bianca Viggiano, 3 Mickael Bourgoin, Raúl Bayoán Cal, 2 and Laurent Chevillard Institute of Physics and For Wind, University of Oldenburg, 26129 Oldenburg, Germany Univ. Lyon, ENS de Lyon, Univ. Claude Bernard, CNRS, Laboratoire de Physique, F-69342, Lyon, France Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, USA (Dated: June 15, 2021)

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