Whither turbulence and big data in the 21st century? /

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Imprint:Switzerland : Springer International Publishing, [2017]
Description:1 online resource (xviii, 574 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11265895
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Varying Form of Title:Whither turbulence and big data in the twenty-first century?
Other authors / contributors:Pollard, Andrew, 1948- editor.
Castillo, Luciano, editor.
Danaila, Luminita, editor.
Glauser, Mark, editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
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Summary:This volume provides a snapshot of the current and future trends in turbulence research across a range of disciplines. It provides an overview of the key challenges that face scientific and engineering communities in the context of huge databases of turbulence information currently being generated, yet poorly mined. These challenges include coherent structures and their control, wall turbulence and control, multi-scale turbulence, the impact of turbulence on energy generation and turbulence data manipulation strategies. The motivation for this volume is to assist the reader to make physical sense of these data deluges so as to inform both the research community as well as to advance practical outcomes from what is learned. Outcomes presented in this collection provide industry with information that impacts their activities, such as minimizing impact of wind farms, opportunities for understanding large scale wind events and large eddy simulation of the hydrodynamics of bays and lakes thereby increasing energy efficiencies, and minimizing emissions and noise from jet engines. Elucidates established, contemporary, and novel aspects of fluid turbulence - a ubiquitous yet poorly understood phenomena; Explores computer simulation of turbulence in the context of the emerging, unprecedented profusion of experimental data, which will need to be stewarded and archived; Examines a compendium of problems and issues that investigators can use to help formulate new promising research ideas; Makes the case for why funding agencies and scientists around the world need to lead a global effort to establish and steward large stores of turbulence data, rather than leaving them to individual researchers.
Other form:Print version: 9783319412153 3319412159
Standard no.:10.1007/978-3-319-41217-7.