By Tuncer Cebeci
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2. 5 Continuity and Momentum Equations If we substitute the expressions given by Eqs. 14) into Eqs. 4) obtained by the mass-weighted averaging with those obtained by the conventional time averaging, namely, Eqs. 10), shows that with mass-weighted averaging the final equations have simpler form. In fact, with the mass-weighted averaging, they have the same form, term by term, as those for incompressible flows, with two exceptions: The viscous stresses sij and the so-called Reynolds stresses À9u0i u0j include fluctuations in viscosity and in density, respectively.
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