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This booklet comprises the papers offered on the 8th overseas convention on Advances in Fluid Mechanics held September 15-17, 2010, in Algarve, Portugal. This biennial convention is the newest in a profitable sequence that begun in 1996. The convention presents a platform for engineering execs to proportion advances and new functions within the region of fluid mechanics.
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A major issue discussed by Kempf et al. , was the splitting of ρf with density ρ in the flamelet approach. He proposed an Echt Konservativer Transport (EKT) scheme to alleviate this problem, which is based on the conservation of fuel ρf and oxidizer ρ (1 − f ). The EKT scheme assumes two pseudo species XA = f + = f and XB = f − = (1 − f ) and the transport equations for the pseudo species were solved in predictor and corrector steps. In the EKT approach the density was formulated as  ρ = ρf + n+ 1 + ρf − n+ 1 (9) A similar problem is also faced while splitting ρYi with density in the EDC approach .
Some difficulties associated with obtaining norm estimates are also discussed. Keywords: turbulence models, energy estimates. 1 Background It is generally accepted that the Navier–Stokes equations describe the motion of fluids under normal conditions of pressure and temperature. It is also accepted that these same equations describe turbulent fluid motion (the “sinuous motion” described by Stokes and studied by Reynolds). A caution is necessary at this point since the consistency of the Navier–Stokes equations has not been documented.