00976nas a2200169 4500008004100000022001800041245006500059210006300124260002100187300001200208520044100220100002300661700002300684700002100707700002200728856005600750 2003 eng d a981-238-317-400aEvolution of Topology in Axi-Symmetric and 3-D Viscous Flows0 aEvolution of Topology in AxiSymmetric and 3D Viscous Flows bWorld Scientific a622-6433 aTopological methods are used to establish global and to extract local structure properties of vector fields in axi-symmetric and 3-d flows as function of time. The notion of topological skeleton is applied to the interpretation of vector fields generated numerically by the Navier-Stokes equations. The flows considered are swirling jets with super-critical swirl numbers that show low Reynolds number turbulence in the break-up region.1 aScheuermann, Gerik1 aKollmann, Wolfgang1 aTricoche, Xavier1 aWischgoll, Thomas uhttp://knoesis.org/library/resource.php%3Fid%3D209200889nas a2200133 4500008004100000245006500041210006300106520044100169100002300610700002300633700002100656700002200677856005600699 2002 eng d00aEvolution of Topology in Axi-Symmetric and 3-D Viscous Flows0 aEvolution of Topology in AxiSymmetric and 3D Viscous Flows3 aTopological methods are used to establish global and to extract local structure properties of vector fields in axi-symmetric and 3-d flows as function of time. The notion of topological skeleton is applied to the interpretation of vector fields generated numerically by the Navier-Stokes equations. The flows considered are swirling jets with super-critical swirl numbers that show low Reynolds number turbulence in the break-up region.1 aScheuermann, Gerik1 aKollmann, Wolfgang1 aTricoche, Xavier1 aWischgoll, Thomas uhttp://knoesis.org/library/resource.php%3Fid%3D2092