Exploring the phase diagram of fully turbulent Taylor–Couette flow

@inproceedings{Monico2014ExploringTP,
  title={Exploring the phase diagram of fully turbulent Taylor–Couette flow},
  author={Rodolfo Ostilla Monico and E. P. van der Poel and R. Verzicco and S. K. Grossmann and Detlef Lohse},
  year={2014}
}
  • Rodolfo Ostilla Monico, E. P. van der Poel, +2 authors Detlef Lohse
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Direct numerical simulations of Taylor–Couette flow, i.e. the flow between two coaxial and independently rotating cylinders, were performed. Shear Reynolds numbers of up to 3×10 5 , corresponding to Taylor numbers of Ta=4.6×10 10 , were reached. Effective scaling laws for the torque are presented. The transition to the ultimate regime, in which asymptotic scaling laws (with logarithmic corrections) for the torque are expected to hold up to arbitrarily high driving, is analysed for different… CONTINUE READING

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