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16) and averaging gives u(t + ∆t)2 = r2u(t)2 + s2 ξ 2 + 2r s u(t)ξ(t). 18) The last term is zero, as already explained, so the conditions u(t + ∆t)2 = u(t)2 = u2 and ξ 2 = 1 give s= (1 − r2)u2 . 16) is multiplied by u(t) and averaged, an equation for the auto-covariance at the small time separation ∆t is obtained: u(t + ∆t)u(t) = ru2. 19) It can be seen from this that r is the correlation coefficient of u with itself at two times. 19) r is only a function of ∆t. The precise form of R(τ ) is determined by the function chosen for r.

Since ξ(t) is chosen completely independent of u(t), they are uncorrelated: ξ(t)u(t) = ξ(t) u(t) = 0 × 0. 16) ∗ The Lagrangian approach is to describe fluid motion in a frame moving with fluid elements; the more familiar, Eulerian approach adopts a fixed frame. 26 MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL BACKGROUND an example of a Markov chain. 17) for this stochastic process. 16). If u(t) is a statistically stationary process then its variance should not depend on time; in particular u(t + ∆t)2 = u(t)2 = u2.

I1122 = I1133 = I2233, etc. 35) these are all equal to A. 35). ‡ § The transformation matrix for reflection in the y − z plane is E = diag[−1, 1, 1]. If the reflection invariance is not added, then the skew symmetric tensor εijk is isotropic. This tensor is defined by εijk = 0 if any of i, j or k are equal, εijk = −εjik and ε123 = 1. 2 35 Tensor Functions of Tensors; Cayley-Hamilton Theorem Second moment closure modeling requires that certain unknown tensors be represented by functions of anisotropy and identity tensors.

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