volume 25, issue 8, P1185-1188 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00914
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Abstract: Abstract.An extended treatment of the internal energy as a thermodynamic potential in the energyentropy picture is presented in connection with atmospheric systems under turbulent conditions. One finds that a turbulent thermodynamically autonomous energy quantity, the turbulent internal energy (TIE) which belongs to the mean state internal energy depending on averaged state variables, can be derived. The elementary relevance of TIE becomes expediently represented by means of a second-order Taylor approach; it…

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