Double maxima of angular momentum transport in small gap $\eta =0.91$ Taylor–Couette turbulence

@article{Ezeta2020DoubleMO,
  title={Double maxima of angular momentum transport in small gap \$\eta =0.91\$ Taylor–Couette turbulence},
  author={Rodrigo Ezeta and Francesco Sacco and Dennis Bakhuis and Sander G. Huisman and Rodolfo Ostilla-M{\'o}nico and Roberto Verzicco and Chao Sun and Detlef Lohse},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={2020},
  volume={900}
}
Abstract We use experiments and direct numerical simulations to probe the phase space of low-curvature Taylor–Couette flow in the vicinity of the ultimate regime. The cylinder radius ratio is fixed at $\eta =r_i/r_o=0.91$, where $r_i \, (r_o)$ is the inner (outer) cylinder radius. Non-dimensional shear drivings (Taylor numbers ${\textit {Ta}}$) in the range $10^7\leq {\textit {Ta}}\leq 10^{11}$ are explored for both co- and counter-rotating configurations. In the ${\textit {Ta}}$ range $10^8… 
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