By J. C. Kaimal
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Destruction of both these fluxes is brought about primarily by pressure forces and only minimally by viscous dissipation. 65). Wyngaard et al. (1971) found the transport terms in both equations to be small in the surface layer compared to the shear and buoyant production terms. If we assume steady state, we are left with a balance between the pressure destruction term, which was not measured, and the two production terms. 30 ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER FLOWS References Adrian, R. , R. T. D. S. Ferreira and T.