This lesson covers the concept of energy transfers in hydrodynamic flows, focusing on turbulence and the Navier-Stokes equation. It introduces the Fourier transform representation and explains how turbulence arises in hydrodynamics and convection. The lesson further discusses energy flux, mode to mode energy transfer, and the concept of turbulent flux or spectral energy flux. It also explains how energy transfers from one region to another, one mode to another, and how to compute them in simulations. The lesson concludes with the introduction of a new formalism called mode to mode energy transfer, which is a useful tool to describe various quantities like energy flux and patterns formation.

- Energy transfers in hydrodynamic flows are crucial in understanding turbulence.
- The Navier-Stokes equation and Fourier transform representation are fundamental in studying these energy transfers.
- Energy flux and mode to mode energy transfer are key concepts in understanding how energy moves from one region or mode to another.
- Turbulent flux or spectral energy flux is defined to understand energy transfers in turbulence.
- A new formalism, mode to mode energy transfer, is introduced which is useful in describing various quantities like energy flux and patterns formation.

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