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Pettersson Reif, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, Norway Paul Durbin is a research professor within the flow physics and computational engineering department at Stanford University. He and his students carry out computational and modeling research on turbulent and transitional flows, exploring new analytical formulations and testing models in a wide range of applications with the practical aim of improving existing methods for computing engineering flows. He was also appointed Adjunct Professor in Turbulence Modeling between and His research has mainly been dedicated to numerical fluid mechanics, turbulence physics and single-point turbulence modeling.

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Also known as "turbulent diffusion" or "eddy diffusion. In , L. Richardson proposed that the average distance between particles grows as. In , A.