Rayleigh-Bernard convection: Thirty years of experimental, theoretical, and modeling work

Paul Manneville 1, *
Abstract : A brief review of Rayleigh-Benard studies performed during the twentieth century is presented, with an emphasis on the transition to turbulence and the appropriate theoretical framework, relying on the strength of confinement effects and the distance to threshold, either dynamical systems for temporal chaos in the strongly confined case, or models of space-time chaos when confinement effects are weak.
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Paul Manneville. Rayleigh-Bernard convection: Thirty years of experimental, theoretical, and modeling work. Innocent Mutabazi, José Eduardo Wesfreid, Etienne Guyon. Dynamics of Spatio-Temporal Cellular Structures, 207 (-), Springer, pp.41-65, 2006, Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, 978-0-387-25111-0. ⟨hal-01023368⟩

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