Journal of Soviet Mathematics

, Volume 47, Issue 2, pp 2367–2372 | Cite as

Scaling function for the velocity correlator in the theory of isotropic developed turbulence

  • N. V. Antonov


The scaling function is calculated in the framework of the renormalization group approach to the theory of developed turbulence for the velocity correlator to the second order in the ε-expansion.


Renormalization Group Scaling Function Group Approach Velocity Correlator Renormalization Group Approach 
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