By Tomomasa Tatsumi (auth.), Tsutomu Kambe, Tohru Nakano, Toshio Miyauchi (eds.)

This quantity includes the papers provided on the IUTAM Symposium on Geometry and information of Turbulence, held in November 1999, on the Shonan overseas Village heart, Hayama (Kanagawa-ken), Japan. The Symposium was once proposed in 1996, aiming at organizing concen trated discussions on present figuring out of fluid turbulence with empha sis at the information and the underlying geometric buildings. the choice of the final meeting of foreign Union of Theoretical and utilized Mechanics (IUTAM) to just accept the idea used to be greeted with enthusiasm. Turbulence is frequently characterised as having the homes of combining, inter mittency, non-Gaussian information, and so forth. curiosity is starting to be lately in how those homes are on the topic of formation and evolution of struc tures. observe that the intermittency is intended for passive scalars in addition to for turbulence speed or price of dissipation. there have been eighty-eight individuals within the Symposium. They got here from 13 nations, and fifty-seven papers have been provided. The presenta tions comprised a large choice of primary matters of arithmetic, statistical analyses, actual versions in addition to engineering purposes. one of the matters mentioned are (a) measure of self-similarity in cascade, (b) Fine-scale constructions and measure of Markovian estate in turbulence, (c) Dynamics of vorticity and charges of pressure, (d) records linked to vortex buildings, (e) Topology, constructions and records of passive scalar advection, (f) Partial differential equations governing PDFs of pace in crements, (g) Thermal turbulences, (h) Channel and pipe circulate turbulences, and others.

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In general, the relaxation is incomplete because the fluctuations necessary to provide ergodicity are effective only in a finite region of space and for a finite period of time. Therefore, isolated vortices can be considered as restricted maximum entropy states or "maximum entropy bubbles". Unlike the stellar case, vorticity can be positive and negative which implies a wider variety of structures like monopoles, rotating or translating dipoles or tripoles. The interesting problem in that context is to obtain a classification of the "zoology" of vortices met in 2D flows.

E 21 ~ (c) T3 Figure 6: Three topological transitions by which a scalar field may be successively complexified. If"' is small (equivalently, if the Peclet number is large) it may take a long time for n(t) to attain statistical equilibrium, starting from a situation in which n(O) = 0. The behaviour of n(t) as a function of time under the action of a 'prescribed' field of turbulence, is a problem that should be amenable to DNS. Here, we simply speculate on the (statistical) equilibrium established after a long time, assuming that the turbulence is statistically steady and the Peclet number large.

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