Trends Turbulent convection

@inproceedings{Ahlers2009TrendsTC,
  title={Trends Turbulent convection},
  author={Guenter Ahlers},
  year={2009}
}
Convection in a fluid heated from below, known as Rayleigh-Bénard convection, is an important turbulent process that occurs in the sun, planetary atmospheres, industrial manufacturing, and many other places. Physicists and engineers have made much progress in understanding this phenomenon in simple laboratory geometries, but still have a way to go before they are able to extrapolate to the extreme conditions often encountered in nature. 

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