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Record 21 of 42767
Application of a general boundary layer analysis to turbulent boundary layers subjected to strong favorable pressure gradients
Author and Affiliation:
Kreskovsky, J. P.
Shamroth, S. J.
Mcdonald, H.(United Aircraft Research Laboratories, East Hartford, Conn., United States)
Abstract: Theoretical predictions of turbulent boundary layer development under the influence of strong favorable pressure gradients made using a finite-difference calculation procedure are compared to experimental data. Comparisons are presented for low speed flows with and without wall heat transfer as well as for supersonic flows with adiabatic walls. The turbulence model used is governed by an integral form of the turbulence kinetic energy equation and the results are compared with predictions made using a conventional equilibrium turbulence model based upon Prandtl's mixing length, a Clauser-type eddy viscosity model used by Cebecci and Mosinskis, and a two-equation turbulence energy model of Launder and Jones.
Publication Date: May 01, 1975
Document ID:
19750052813
(Acquired Dec 01, 1995)
Accession Number: 75A36885
Subject Category: FLUID MECHANICS AND HEAT TRANSFER
Report/Patent Number: ASME PAPER 75-FE-16
Document Type: Conference Paper
Publisher Information: United States
Meeting Information: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Joint Fluids Engineering and Lubrication Conference; May 5-7, 1975; Minneapolis, MN
Meeting Sponsor: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Contract/Grant/Task Num: NAS1-11917
Financial Sponsor: NASA; United States
Description: 12p; In English
Distribution Limits: Unclassified; Publicly available; Unlimited
Rights: Copyright
NASA Terms: AERODYNAMIC FORCES; BOUNDARY LAYER EQUATIONS; FINITE DIFFERENCE THEORY; NOZZLE FLOW; PRESSURE GRADIENTS; TURBULENT BOUNDARY LAYER; ADIABATIC CONDITIONS; DYNAMIC MODELS; HEAT TRANSFER; KINETIC ENERGY; LOW SPEED STABILITY; PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS; PREDICTION ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES; SKIN FRICTION; SUPERSONIC NOZZLES; TRANSITION FLOW; TURBULENCE MODELS; WALL FLOW
Imprint And Other Notes: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Joint Fluids Engineering and Lubrication Conference, Minneapolis, Minn., May 5-7, 1975, 12 p.
Availability Source: Other Sources
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