On Computational Approaches to Some Mathematical Models of Turbulence.

by S. P. Azen, Richard Ernest Bellman, John M. Richardson

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The first in a series of studies on turbulence. In this series the authors investigate computational methods for the solution of the model equation of Burgers. This Memorandum studies the application of a classical method of converting a partial differential equation into an infinite system of ordinary differential equations. Numerical results obtained from a FORTRAN program are given. The first in a series of studies on turbulence. In this series the authors investigate computational methods for the solution of the model equation of Burgers. This Memorandum studies the application of a classical method of converting a partial differential equation into an infinite system of ordinary differential equations. Numerical results obtained from a FORTRAN program are given. 22 pp. (See also RM-3918-ARPA.)

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