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Turbulent Shear Flows 3 : Selected Papers from the Third International Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, the University of California, Davis, September 9-11, 1981

Author: Leslie J S Bradbury; Franz Durst; Brian E Launder; Frank W Schmidt; James H Whitelaw
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1982.
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In spite of intensive efforts over many decades, the problem of turbulence remains as challenging as ever and the number of papers, books and conferences on this topic con tinues to grow. As experimental techniques and computing power have developed, the breadth of investigations into the structure and development of turbulent flows has in creased to encompass many diverse fields of application in engineering,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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All Authors / Contributors: Leslie J S Bradbury; Franz Durst; Brian E Launder; Frank W Schmidt; James H Whitelaw
ISBN: 9783642954108 3642954103
OCLC Number: 851372099
Description: 1 online resource (volumes)
Contents: I Wall Flows --
Introductory Remarks --
Measurements of the Periodic Velocity Oscillations Near the Wall in Unsteady Turbulent Channel Flow --
A Dynamical and Visual Study on the Oscillatory Turbulent Boundary Layer --
Dynamics of an Unsteady Turbulent Boundary Layer --
Influence of Strouhal Number on the Structure of Flat Plate Turbulent Boundary Layer --
A Theoretical Model of the Coherent Structure of the Turbulent Boundary Layer in Zero Pressure Gradient --
The Mechanism of Turbulent Mass Transfer at a Boundary --
Measurements in the Heated Turbulent Boundary Layer on a Mildly Curved Convex Surface --
II Scalar Transport --
Introductory Remarks --
A Test of Gradient Transport and Its Generalizations --
Calculations of Velocity-Scalar Joint pdf's --
Aerosol Formation in a Mixing Layer --
The Role of Coherent Structures in the Development of a Uniformly Strained Turbulent Wake --
Investigations on a Reaction Model for Turbulent Diffusion Flames --
III Recirculating Flows --
Introductory Remarks --
Low Frequency Unsteadiness of a Reattaching Turbulent Shear Layer --
Turbulent Shear Flow Behind Hemisphere-Cylinder Placed on Ground Plane --
Experimental Investigations in Transonic Highly Separated, Turbulent Flow --
Turbulent Flow Induced by a Jet in a Cavity-Measurements and 3D Numerical Simulation --
The Assessment of Numerical Diffusion in Upwind Difference Calculations of Turbulent Recirculating Flows --
Turbulent and Mean Flow Measurements in an Incompressible Axisymmetric Boundary Layer with Incipient Separation --
IV Fundamentals --
Introductory Remarks --
Pressure Effects on Triple Correlations in Turbulent Convective Flows --
A Model of Three-Dimensional Transfer in Non-Isotropic Homogeneous Turbulence --
A Theoretical Study of Radiative Cooling in Homogeneous and Isotropic Turbulence --
Second Order Closure for Variable Density Free Shear Layer --
The Turbulence Modelling of Variable Density Flows --
A Mixed-Weighted Decomposition --
Direct Simulation of Homogeneous Turbulent Shear Flows on the Illiac IV Computer: Applications to Compressible and Incompressible Modelling --
Index of Contributors.
Responsibility: edited by Leslie J.S. Bradbury, Franz Durst, Brian E. Launder, Frank W. Schmidt, James H. Whitelaw.

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