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Applied Mathematics and Mechanics

, Volume 40, Issue 2, pp 193–214 | Cite as

Thirty years of turbulence study in China

  • Bohua SunEmail author
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Abstract

This paper provides a comprehensive introduction to the major progress in transition and turbulence studies in China over the past thirty years. Despite the author’s best efforts, there are some unavoidable omissions. We expect that with the continued deepening of turbulence research, Chinese scholars will make increasing contributions in this field, which will certainly have strong influence on the establishment of a China School of Turbulence.

Key words

turbulence transition wall bounded flow 

Chinese Library Classification

O357.5 

2010 Mathematics Subject Classification

76F06 76D10 76D17 76F40 76K05 

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Acknowledgements

The author would like to acknowledge the support of Cunbiao LEE for his useful help.

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