"This book is remarkably well written; its key quality is to give a broad, up-to-date, overview, widely encompassing turbulence modelling. The authors managed to make the twenty-six chapters as self-contained as possible, entities are gemerally nicely presented, in both their manner of explanation and the language itself." Pure Applications of Geophysics
"The review papers are of very high quality, the editors have done an excellent job of integrating them, and this book is a "must" for the library of any turbulence research group...this book will undoubtedbly be the standard reference for research workers..." AIAA Journal
Turbulence modelling is a critically important area in any industry dealing with fluid flow and retains a huge interest for applied mathematicians. This collection of lecture courses presented at a Newton Institute instructional conference on the title topic by leading researchers, has been edited or rewritten to provide a coherent account suitable for self-study. A vast wealth of material is covered and the book will be greatly appreciated by graduate students, researchers and professionals who need to know about current ideas in turbulence modelling.