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Detailed Measurements on a Circular Cylinder in Cross Flow
ASERIES of wind tunnel tests covering a range of Mach numbers and Reynolds numbers in subsonic and transonic flows was conducted on a circular cylinder placed normal to the flow. Form dragExpand
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Hot-wire anemometry in transonic flow
The use of hot-wire anemometry for obtaining fluctuating data in transonic flows has been evaluated. From hot-wire heat loss correlations based on previous transonic data, the sensitivityExpand
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The turbulent mean-flow, Reynolds-stress, and heat flux equations in mass-averaged dependent variables
The time-dependent, turbulent mean-flow, Reynolds stress, and heat flux equations in mass-averaged dependent variables are presented. These equations are given in conservative form for bothExpand
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Turbulence Measurement in Transonic Flow
Two instrumentation systems are presently practical to use in turbulence measurements. The laser velocimeter can measure fluctuating velocities while the hot-wire anemometer, in principle, can beExpand
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The behavior of a compressible turbulent boundary layer in a shock-wave-induced adverse pressure gradient. Ph.D. Thesis - Washington Univ., Seattle, Aug. 1972
  • W. Rose
  • Chemistry, Materials Science
  • 1 March 1973
The results of an experimental investigation of the mean- and fluctuating-flow properties of a compressible turbulent boundary layer in a shock-wave-induced adverse pressure gradient are presented.Expand
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Turbulence measurements in a transonic boundary layer and free-shear flow using laser velocimetry and hot-wire anemometry techniques
Quantitative measurements of the turbulence fluctuations in velocity and mass flux have been obtained in Mach 0.6 and 0.8 turbulent boundary layer and free-shear layer flows by laser velocimetry andExpand
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TECHNIQUE FOR SIMULATING AND EVALUATING AERO-OPTICAL EFFECTS IN OPTICAL SYSTEMS
This paper describes a new computer model and code that was developed as a quick-look tool for augmenting CFD and experimental aero-optical investigations. The code exploits existing empirical andExpand
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