cient and k is the magnitude of the wavenumber.
At low wavenumbers, Corrsin showed that the spectrum grows as k2, a result in- timately related to the existence of the invariant N mentioned above.
For the intermediate range of wavenumbers, he went on to generalize the Kolmogorov (1941) approach using dimensional arguments.
Thus Corrsin arrived at the -5/3 spectral scaling in the inertial-convective range of wavenumbers.
He dealt with an analysis of the energy cascade along wavenumber bands arranged in octaves in an e?
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