(3.20) The expected error alt;eQjjkagt; is zero and the standard error (the standard deviation e^k) is eQNk = S(eQNk) = Nk-1/2s(Q) , (3.21) where S(Q) is the standard deviation of the quantity Q. Equation 3.21 shows that the standard error anbsp;...

Title | : | Probability density function (PDF) calculations for premixed turbulent flames |

Author | : | Mathagondapally Srinivasan Anand |

Publisher | : | - 1986 |

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