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Both are discussed in the next section. 2 by their mean and their fluctuating quantities. 2) The usual single prime on fluctuating quantities, for example, u0 , p0 , is reserved for later use. 2 36 Analysis of Turbulent Flows with Computer Programs where ui ðxi Þ and pðxi Þ are the time averages of the bulk velocity and pressure, respectively, and ui00 (xi, t) and p00 (xi, t) the superimposed velocity and pressure fluctuations, respectively. 3) q ¼ lim ð1=DtÞ Dt/N t0 In practice, N is taken to mean a time that is long compared to the reciprocal of the predominant frequencies in the spectrum of q; in wind-tunnel experiments, averaging times of a few seconds to a minute are usual.