Describes fluid motion disturbed from its average behaviour by random fluctuations over a range of temporal and spatial scales.

These fluctuations often constitute major deformations of the flow and are capable of transporting:

The transportation rates can be far in excess of the rate of transport by the molecular processes of diffusion and conduction in a nonturbulent or laminar flow.

See also: Aerodynamic Noise, Turbulent Flow, Wing.

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Subjects: Aerodynamics Fluid Dynamics