turbulent flux

turbulent flux

[′tər·byə·lənt ′fləks]
(fluid mechanics)
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It is interesting to analyze the behaviour of the NBL in presence of fog, including the use of vertical profiles of temperature, wind and relative humidity, since the exchange of energy as turbulent flux, sensible and latent fluxes may be contribute to fog development (Terradellas et al.
2]M, as our field is in turbulent flux, moving from traditional 'transport history' towards a 'history of mobility' of which the content and the borders have not yet been explored.
Monson, 2003: Airflows and turbulent flux measurements in mountainous terrain: Part 1.
where the first term on the right hand side is the resolved flux, the second is the space average of the turbulent flux, and the third is the dispersive flux generated by the time averaged structures smaller than the volume over which the average is performed.
However, acquiring a broad distribution of long-term turbulent flux measurements from autonomous sites will require advances in technology (Toole et al.
2 Region Method Reference Eastern Arctic Ocean Yermak Plateau Microstructure Padman and Dillon (1991) profiles Yermak Plateau Turbulent flux buoy McPhee et al.
u], that contains the strongest upward vertical velocities, it is possible to decompose, following Siebesma and Cuijpers (1995), the turbulent flux of a conserved variable, [phi], into three terms, assuming that the vertical velocity in the surrounding environment is small ([w.
phi]], and, 3) the environmental turbulent flux (second term on the r.
complete atmospheric surface turbulent flux measurements for comparison to bulk formulas using standard meteorological observations;
Local turbulent exchange means that turbulent transport is proportional to the local gradient of the property to be transported; in the example, the turbulent flux of C[O.