Decomposition of the mean friction drag on an NACA4412 airfoil under uniform blowing/suction

@article{Fan2021DecompositionOT,
  title={Decomposition of the mean friction drag on an NACA4412 airfoil under uniform blowing/suction},
  author={Yitong Fan and Marco Atzori and Ricardo Vinuesa and Davide Gatti and Philipp Schlatter and Weipeng Li},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={2021},
  volume={932}
}
Abstract The application of drag-control strategies on canonical wall-bounded turbulence, such as periodic channel and zero- or adverse-pressure-gradient boundary layers, raises the question on how to distinguish consistently the origin of control effects under different reference conditions. We employ the RD identity (Renard & Deck, J. Fluid Mech., vol. 790, 2016, pp. 339–367) to decompose the mean friction drag and investigate the control effects of uniform blowing and suction applied to an… 
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