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In a turbulent flow all possible scales of motion, from the smallest scales, where viscosity dominates the advection and dissipates the energy of fluid motion, to the effective size of the system, typically coexist and interact in subtle and surprising ways. For instance, in flows that are effectively three-dimensional 3D the folding and stretching of small parcels of fluid allows efficient mixing and downscale net energy transport, while flows that are effectively two-dimensional 2D exhibit poor mixing and upscale net energy cascade.

The multi-scale, nonlinear nature of turbulence makes it a complex systems problem. Turbulence is ubiquitous in the real world with fundamental problems occurring across disciplines such as combustion and other reactive flows, engineering fluid dynamics, space and astrophysics, plasma physics and in environmental fluid dynamics. Turbulence plays a significant role in mixing and heat and mass transfer applications and research in this area is driven by a need to predict and accurately model the onset of turbulence.

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Because of its breadth of application the study of turbulent fluid flows is a truly multi-disciplinary venture with advances in one area informing developments in other areas. Many applications require the active control and management of turbulence. In the aerodynamics and acoustics industries, for example, the objectives are drag reduction and noise control and the focus of research is on the design and implementation of strategies to inhibit the onset of turbulence.

The potential economic benefits that will arise from new drag reduction technologies are enormous. Active control strategies for these applications require a deep understanding of the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and how this process is affected by external conditions. Implementing control strategies requires real time simulation of the transition process.

Recent advances have been made via the links between fluid dynamicists experimental, computational and theoretical , control theory specialists and computational scientists. This theme will further these developments by facilitating the interaction between researchers in fluid turbulence across a wide discipline base. In turbulence research we are only just beginning to tap the potential for exploitation of the self-organising properties of quasi two-dimensional flows.

In applications based on the fundamental statistical mechanics of upscale energy transfer in such flows we are interested in various facets of flow control after the onset of turbulence. The vanguard has been led by fusion plasma confinement research, where progress towards the goal of economical self-sustained fusion is driven by the imperative of controlling turbulent mass and energy transport.

Here the general strategy is to harness the self-organising properties of the flow to achieve control over transport barrier induction and relaxation. In non-plasma flows there is enormous potential for exploiting upscale energy transfer into coherent structures as a means of primary fluid component sequestration. Many industrial flows contain advected particles of different densities, such as process streams from textile or forest industries, bio-pharmaceutical micro-fluid processing, waste waters, or effluents from chemical reactors.

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