'The aspiration of the book is to serve both as a graduate-level textbook and as a reference book for researchers and it certainly achieves both objectives.' Dr George N. Barakos
'… it is directed at the specialist, whether a research student who may still need some guidance in the reading of it, or the established expert for whom it will provide an excellent up-to-date account of the subject.' Contemporary Physics
'… can be strongly recommended to graduate students and academic teachers as well as to the CFD practitioner who has the ambition to look, and perhaps to go, beyond the commercially available software.' Zeitschrift für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik
Turbulence modelling is critically important for industries dealing with fluid flow and 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.