## What is/are Three Dimensional Coherent?

Three Dimensional Coherent - This study provides an insight into the three-dimensional coherent structures of flows throughout the ABL depth and presents data on modeling approach flows in wind tunnel tests, in numerical simulations, and in associated standard provisions.^{[1]}Based on snapshots produced by the numerical simulation, dynamic mode decomposition (DMD) was performed to extract the three-dimensional coherent structures of the first six modes in the shear layer.

^{[2]}Conditional averages used to reconstruct the two- and three-dimensional coherent motions including $\lambda _2$ vortical structures, indicate a suppression of coherent features in the wall layer.

^{[3]}Secondly, Dynamic Mode Decomposition (DMD) method will be employed to extract the three-dimensional coherent structures in runner passage and draft tube for every frequency component based on computational snapshots.

^{[4]}Three-dimensional coherent X-ray imaging reveals transformation and self-healing of a metastable domain boundary, glissile dislocation loop, and stacking fault.

^{[5]}Jet streams are fast three-dimensional coherent air flows that interact with other atmospheric structures such as warm conveyor belts (WCBs) and the tropopause.

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