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#### Statistical measures of structural anisotropy in MHD turbulence subjected to mean shear and frame rotation

(2006)

We consider homogeneous turbulence in a conducting fluid that is exposed to a uniform external magnetic field while being sheared in fixed and rotating frames. We take both the frame-rotation axis and the applied magnetic ...

#### Structure anisotropy in MHD turbulence subjected to mean shear and frame rotation

(Affiliation: Dept. of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, CyprusAffiliation: Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305, United StatesAffiliation: Center for Turbulence Research, NASA Ames Research Center, United StatesCorrespondence Address: Kassinos, S.C.Dept. of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprusemail: kassinos@ucy.ac.cy, 2005)

We consider homogeneous turbulence in a conducting fluid that is exposed to a uniform external magnetic field while being sheared in fixed and rotating frames. We take both the frame-rotation axis and the applied magnetic ...

#### Representing anisotropy of two-point second-order turbulence velocity correlations using structure tensors

(2008)

A locally homogeneous representation for the two-point, second-order turbulent velocity fluctuation Rij(x,r) = 〈u′i(x)u′i(x+r)〉 is formulated in terms of three linearly independent structure tensors [Kassinos et al., J. ...

#### A simplified structure-based model using standard turbulence scale equations: computation of rotating wall-bounded flows

(2006)

Two linear eddy-viscosity models, the v2-f and k-ω models, have been combined with an algebraic structure-based algorithm for the evaluation of the Reynolds stresses. This closure was originally designed as an integral ...

#### When structure makes a difference: Computation of rotating wall-bounded flows with an algebraic structure-based model

(Affiliation: Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cyprus, Nicosia 1678, CyprusAffiliation: Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305, United StatesCorrespondence Address: Kassinos, S.C.Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cyprus, Nicosia 1678, Cyprusemail: kassinos@ucy.ac.cy, 2005)

Two linear eddy-viscosity models, the ν 2-f and κ-ω models, have been combined with an algebraic structure-based algorithm for the evaluation of the Reynolds stresses. This closure was originally designed as an integral ...