By Thomas B. Gatski, M. Yousuff Hussaini, John L. Lumley
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The exact values of c' and c\ probably are not too critical, since they only determine the exact size of the region over which the averaging is done. Then we can write 22 J. L. Lumley et al. 2. 1 replaced by a model, in which the point shown is influenced by an integral back along the mean streamline through the point, with a spreading zone of influence and a fading memory. where c" is another constant of order unity. Note that this is now a non-local theory. Stan Corrsin (1975) pointed out some years ago that the k — e model was also non-local for similar reasons.
We summarize here the behavior of the system. 3): the /l, 7*3,7-5 components, along with the trivial TQ component, are zero. 409 is the unique and globally attracting fixed point for the problem. 61, an 51-symmetric family of globally attracting double homoclinic cycles F exists, connecting pairs of saddle points which are TT out of phase with respect to their second (x^^y^) components. The points r + , r ~ discussed above are typical members of this family. The existence of the cycles F implies that, after a relatively brief and possibly chaotic transient, almost all solutions enter a tubular neighborhood of F and thereafter follow it more and more closely.
The solution spends a long "laminar" phase near the point or orbit until it reaches a critical amplitude and a brief turbulent "burst" ensues, in which it travels far and fast 46 J. L. Lumley et al. in phase space before returning. (These terms were appropriated by the dynamical systems community and have been used in a predominantly metaphorical fashion thus far). The laminar phase is governed by the linearized dynamics near the fixed point or periodic orbit, but the burst and return are associated with a "global reinjection mechanism," usually a homoclinic orbit or heteroclinic cycle (Tresser et al.