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Stability of an oscillating boundary layer
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Washington D.C, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||V.Ya. Levchenko and A.S. Solov"yev.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- NASA TM-77827., NASA technical memorandum -- 77827.|
|Contributions||Solov"yev, A. S., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
The laminar–turbulent transition of a forced oscillating boundary layer with a varying pressure gradient is experimentally and numerically investigated for two Strouhal numbers. The data we will use to assess the linear stability of boundary layer ﬂows will, in the majority of cases, be limited to the region of the boundary ﬂow itself. In previous treatments of ﬂow using the Taylor-Goldstein equation it is assumed that there is some point in the ﬂow where a solid boundary exists such that φ= 0.
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This book discusses as well the experimental studies on the oscillations of the boundary layer wherein the mean flow is affected by the presence of oscillations. The final chapter describes the concept of the stability of turbulent flows found in boundary layers, wakes, and jets.
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Boundary-layer stability theory [Mack, Leslie M] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Boundary-layer stability theoryAuthor: Leslie M Mack. A complete unsteady formulation of the stability problem is obtained, and the stability characteristics over an oscillation period are determined from the solution of the problem.
Calculations carried out for an oscillating incompressible boundary layer on a plate showed that the boundary layer flow may be regarded as a locally parallel by: 2. The stability of the two-dimensional flow induced by the transverse oscillation of a cylinder in a viscous fluid is investigated in both the linear and weakly nonlinear regimes.
The major assumption that is made to simplify the problem is that the oscillation frequency is large, in which case an unsteady boundary layer is set up on the by: The Stability of an oscillating boundary layer book of the two-dimensional flow induced by the tranverse oscillation of a cylinder in a viscous fluid is investigated in both the linear and weakly nonlinear regime.
The major assumption that is made to simplify the problem is that the oscillation frequency is large in which case an unsteady boundary layer is set up on the : P. Hall. Direct Simulation of a Turbulent Oscillating Boundary Layer.
Abstract. The turbulent boundary layer under a freestream velocity that varies sinusoidally in time around a zero mean is considered. The flow has a rich variety of behaviors including strong pressure gradients, inflection points in the velocity profile, and reversal of the shear by: This text is the translation and revision of Schlichting's classic text in boundary layer theory.
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Since Prandtl first suggested it inboundary layer theory has become a fundamental aspect of fluid dynamics. Although a vast literature exists for theoretical and experimental aspects of the theory, for the most part, mathematical studies can be found only in separate, scattered articles.
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Hydrodynamic stability of He II periodic boundary layer flows. Abstract. He II periodic boundary layer experiments on the damping of torsional oscillations of a sphere have been re-analyzed based on recent classical stability by: 2. In the stable boundary layer (SBL) it is observed often that turbulence is not continuous in space and time.
This discontinuous, intermittent turbulence causes alternations from the mean evolution of the stratified atmospheric boundary layer, which may result in an oscillatory type of behavior of the near-surface wind speed and by:.
The laminar–turbulent transition of a forced oscillating boundary layer with a varying pressure gradient is experimentally and numerically investigated for two Strouhal numbers. Time-dependent characterization of the natural instability modes is carried out using continuous wavelet analysis of velocity signals.
The periodic evolution of the total growth rates .ow in boundary layers. At vari-ous levels of modeling the featuring physical phenomena will be described. Also, numerical methods to solve the equations of motion in the boundary layer are discussed.
Outside the boundary layer the ow can be File Size: 2MB.The stability of the two-dimensional flow induced by the transverse oscillation of a cylinder in a viscous fluid is investigated in both the linear and weakly nonlinear regime.
The major assumption that is made to simplify the problem is that the oscillation frequency is large in which case an unsteady boundary layer is set up on the : P. Hall.