Extensive characterisation of a high Reynolds number decelerating boundary layer using advanced optical metrology

@inproceedings{Cuvier2017ExtensiveCO,
  title={Extensive characterisation of a high Reynolds number decelerating boundary layer using advanced optical metrology},
  author={Christophe Cuvier and S. Srinath and Michel Stanislas and J.-M. Foucaut and J.-P. Laval and Christian J. Kahler and Rainer Hain and Sven Scharnowski and A. Schroder and Rebecca C Geisler and Janos Agocs and Alexandra Ros{\'e} and Ch. Willert and Joachim Klinner and Omid Amili and Callum Atkinson and Julio Soria},
  year={2017}
}
  • Christophe Cuvier, S. Srinath, +14 authors Julio Soria
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • ABSTRACTOver the last years, the observation of large-scale structures in turbulent boundary layer flows has stimulated intense experimental and numerical investigations. Nevertheless, partly due to the lack of comprehensive experimental data at sufficiently high Reynolds number, our understanding of turbulence near walls, especially in decelerating situations, is still quite limited. The aim of the present contribution is to combine the equipment and skills of several teams to perform a… CONTINUE READING

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