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Since it only has two possible concentrations, θmin and θmax , it fails to represent the continuous distribution of concentrations in real turbulent dispersion. However, Eq. (21) can give a good indication of the structure of the real pdf. [24, 25] analysed experimental data for line and point sources in grid turbulence, and for a buoyant jet in a boundary-layer cross ﬂow, and showed that in cases when the pdf had 2 peaks, the location and height of the peaks corresponded quite well to the location and size of the delta-functions in Eq.
E. that the probability distribution of the source concentration ΓS (x, t) was independent of x and t. This case corresponds to applying Eq. (8) with pS (θ; y) = pS (θ). Thus y∈V0 dy pS (θ; y) = V0 pS (θ), so Eq. (8) becomes p(θ; x, t) ≈ [1 − π(x, t)] δ(θ) + π(x, t) pS (θ), which is equation (14) of . In  it was assumed that the release occurred instantaneously at t = 0, with spatially-varying but non-random concentration ΓS (x). This corresponds to taking pS (θ; y) = δ (θ − ΓS (y)), so that Eq.
Advances in Environmental Fluid Mechanics by Dragutin T. Mihailovic