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By Jean Mathieu

Lately, turbulence has turn into a truly vigorous zone of medical study and alertness, attracting many rookies who want a uncomplicated advent to the topic. Turbulent Flows ably meets this want, constructing either actual perception and the mathematical framework had to convey the idea. The authors current simple idea and illustrate it with examples of easy turbulent flows and classical versions of jets, wakes, and boundary layers. A deeper knowing of turbulence dynamics is supplied through their therapy of spectral research and its purposes.

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From Fig. 92 µs, if the echo time of the 4-DEER experiment is treated as the beginning of the relaxation process. Fig. 10: Illustration of how the acquisition time in a T2 relaxation experiment influences the relaxation parameter Tm and ξ. 6 µs), stretched exponential fitting yields different values for ξ and Tm . e. later starting points of the fitting routine, indicated by the stars, decreasing ξ and Tm values are obtained. Hence, a slower apparent relaxation behaviour is observed with increasingly later acquisition time.

Applying the same assumptions as used for simplying equation (36) to (37), leads to V 9’-Uhrig (t) / hp4 cos [d (2⌧1 3 +p (1 p) cos [d (2⌧2 2⌧2 + T + ⌧ + 3t)] + p3 (1 ⌧1 T ⌧ 3 2t)] + p (1 p) cos [d (2⌧2 p) cos [d (⌧1 ⌧1 ⌧2 ⌧ 3t)] T + t)]]i (39) Note, how the fourth signal contribution in equation (38) (p3 q50 p7 p90 ) vanishes for t1 = t3 . Considering the main signal modulation with weight p4 , the minimum dipolar evolution 9’-Uhrig time is reached at t1,min = t2,min = t3,min = T and corresponds to tdip, min = 2⌧1 4 T + ⌧ .

6. To measure the relaxation of the pure refocused echo the stimulated and refocused echo needed to be separated in time by shifting the second π pulse by the delay δτ as illustrated in Fig. 6b. Delay δτ was chosen such that it only corresponds to a fraction of the total sequence time. This allows to neglect any relaxation occuring during the additional δτ time. Setting δτ = 0 in a relaxation measurements leads to an underestimation of the real relaxation time as the stimulated echo signal contribution decays with approximately T1 .

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