# Turbulent Rayleigh–Bénard convection described by projected dynamics in phase space

@inproceedings{Lulff2015TurbulentRC, title={Turbulent Rayleigh–B{\'e}nard convection described by projected dynamics in phase space}, author={Johannes Lulff and Michael Wilczek and Richard J. A. M. Stevens and Rudolf Friedrich and Detlef Lohse}, year={2015} }

Rayleigh–Benard convection, i.e. the flow of a fluid between two parallel plates that is driven by a temperature gradient, is an idealised set-up to study thermal convection. Of special interest are the statistics of the turbulent temperature field, which we are investigating and comparing for three different geometries, namely convection with periodic horizontal boundary conditions in three and two dimensions as well as convection in a cylindrical vessel, in order to determine the similarities… CONTINUE READING

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