The Energetics of Stochastic Continuum Equations for Fluid Systems

The purpose of this report is to introduce stochastic continuum equations for fluid systems that express this uncertainty dynamically. These equations, written in analytical form, describe continuous field quantities which dynamically predict the future and its believability. Their solution is achieved by closing the moment equations at some level and by closing the higher order derivatives at some order and are perfectly suited for the new emerging parallel computer architecture. The advantages of improved predictions, and more meaningful information content for the users, suggests that they may prove beneficial for a variety of applications.

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Suggested Citation Fleming, Rex. (1991). The Energetics of Stochastic Continuum Equations for Fluid Systems. UCAR/NCAR - Library. Accessed 31 May 2023.

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