Estatistical Properties for Trigonometric Random Fields

Eduardo S. Schneider

Resumo


This work presents a general form for a scalar random field which is written as a sum of finitely many Fourier modes. We get some of its statistical proprieties and analyze its geometry. Additionally, we derive a model for a Gaussian, two dimensional, mean-zero, homogeneous, steady, and incompressible random velocity field and provide numerical evidence about the non-normality of the joint distribution of the Lagrangian velocity process.


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Random velocity fields; Gaussian; Fourier modes; passive trace transport.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5540/03.2022.009.01.0255

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