To study the nonlinear physics of inhomogeneous turbulent shear flow, the unaveraged Navier-Stokes equations are solved numerically. For initial conditions a three-dimensional cosine velocity fluctuation and a mean-velocity profile with a step are used. Although the initial conditions are nonrandom. The flow soon becomes turbulent. Concentrated turbulent energy develops near the plane where the mean velocity gradient is initially infinite. The terms in the one-point correlation equation for turbulent energy, including those for the diffusion and production of turbulence, are calculated, the diffusion terms tend to make the turbulence more homogeneous.