1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hello everyone, I am having a problem whether or not a turbulence at a specific location (let's say A) is isotropic or not. I have calculated the two root mean square values of velocity fluctuations measured at the point A in a fully developed turbulent pipe flow. the first rms= 7.55, which is the velocity component parallel to the pipe axis the second rms= 0.335, which is the velocity component along the radius These two components are simultaneously measured. The question is, is the turbulence isotropic at A? Do I need a formula to calculate whether the turbulence is isotropic at A? I am given the density (1.2) and the dynamic viscosity of the fluid (1.8*10^-5). Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.