Lagrangian measurements of inertial particle accelerations in a turbulent boundary layer

@inproceedings{Gerashchenko2008LagrangianMO,
  title={Lagrangian measurements of inertial particle accelerations in a turbulent boundary layer},
  author={Sergiy Gerashchenko and Nicole L Sharp and Stephanie Neuscamman and Zellman Warhaft},
  year={2008}
}
  • Sergiy Gerashchenko, Nicole L Sharp, +1 author Zellman Warhaft
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • Two-dimensional Lagrangian acceleration statistics of inertial particles in a turbulent boundary layer with free-stream turbulence are determined by means of a particle tracking technique using a high-speed camera moving along the side of the wind tunnel at the mean flow speed. The boundary layer is formed above a flat plate placed horizontally in the tunnel, and water droplets are fed into the flow using two different methods: sprays placed downstream from an active grid, and tubes fed into… CONTINUE READING

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