Re-examining the thermal mixing layer with numerical simulations


The question of whether a temperature mixing layer evolves in a self-similar manner is of importance in developing and validating theories about scalar mixing. The simplicity of the flow encourages the thought that it is self-similar, but several laboratory experiments at moderate Peclet numbers have found inconsistencies with self-similar behavior. The… (More)


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@inproceedings{Kops1999ReexaminingTT, title={Re-examining the thermal mixing layer with numerical simulations}, author={S. M. de Bruyn Kops and James J. Riley}, year={1999} }