P. BRADSHAW - Published Papers

1. Calibration of Preston tubes on a flat plate using measurements of local skin friction. (P. Bradshaw and N. Gregory) Part of ARC R & M 3185 (1958).

2. A simple method for determining turbulent skin friction from velocity profiles. J. Aerospace Sci. 26, 84l (1959).

3. The determination of local turbulent skin friction from observations in the viscous sub-layer. (P. Bradshaw and N. Gregory) ARC R & M 3202 (1959).

4. The normal impingement of a circular air jet on a flat surface. (P. Bradshaw and Miss E.M. Love) ARC R & M 3205 (1959).

5. Flow stability in the presence of finite initial disturbances. (P. Bradshaw, J.T. Stuart and J. Watson) AGARD Report 264 (1960).

6. Approximate solution of the "inverse problem" of boundary layer theory. J. Roy. Aero. Soc. 64, 225 (1960).

7. Turbulent wall jets with and without an external stream. (P. Bradshaw and M.T.Gee) ARC R & M 3252 (1960).

8. Turbulent boundary layer in incompressible flow. Pergamon Press Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics (1961).

9. Measurements of free-stream turbulence in some low- speed tunnels at NPL. (P. Bradshaw and D.H. Ferriss) ARC R & M 3317 (1962).

10. Performance of a diffuser with fully-developed pipe flow at entry. J. Roy. Aero. Soc. 67, 733 (1963).

11. The design of low-speed wind tunnels. (P. Bradshaw and R.C.Pankhurst) Prog. Aero. Sci. 5, l (1964).

12. Wind-tunnel screens: flow instability and its effect on aerofoil boundary layers. J. Roy. Aero. Soc. 68, 198 (1964).

13. Turbulence in the noise-producing region of a circular jet. (P. Bradshaw, D.H.Ferriss and R.F. Johnson) J. Fluid Mech. 19, 591 (1964).

14. Preliminary note on a mixing nozzle ejector shroud combination for jet noise reduction. (Patented). NPL Aero Report 1116 (1964).

15. The NPL 59 in x 9 in boundary-layer tunnel. (P. Bradshaw and G.E.Hellens) ARC R & M 3437 (1964).

16. A silenced air pressure control valve. J. Sci. Instrum. 41, 692 (1964).

17. The spectral energy balance in a turbulent mixing layer. (P. Bradshaw and D.H.Ferriss) ARC C.P.No. 899 (1965).

18. The response of a retarded equilibrium turbulent boundary layer to the sudden removal of pressure gradient. (P. Bradshaw and D.H.Ferriss) NPL Aero Report 1145 (1965).

19. A compact null-reading, tilting-U-tube micromanometer with an entirely rigid liquid container. (Patented). J. Sci. Instrum. 42, 677, (1965).

20. The effect of wind-tunnel screens on nominally two- dimensional boundary layers. J. Fluid Mech. 22, 679 (1965).

21. Notes on traverse gear for boundary-layer exploration. NPL Aero Note 1034 (1965).

22. Boundary-layer problems of 1966. NPL Aero Report 1203 (1966).

23. The effect of turbulence on static-pressure tubes. (P. Bradshaw and D.G. Goodman). ARC R & M 3527 (1966).

24. Limits of validity of the bilogarithmic ("mixing- length") velocity profile in turbulent boundary layers with suction or injection. NPL Aero Report 1216 (1966).

25. The effect of initial conditions on the development of a free shear layer. J. Fluid Mech. 26, 225 (1966).

26. Calculation of boundary-layer development using the turbulent energy equation. II - Compressible flow on adiabatic walls. (P. Bradshaw and D.H.Ferriss) NPL Aero Report 1217 (1966).

27. The magnification of roughness drag by pressure gradients. (P. Bradshaw and J.F.Nash) J. Roy. Aero. Soc. 71, 44 (1967).

28. The response of a constant-pressure turbulent boundary layer to the sudden application of an adverse pressure gradient. NPL Aero Report l219 (1967).

29. Conditions for the existence of an inertial subrange in turbulent flow. ARC R & M 3603 (1967).

30. Step-induced separation of a turbulent boundary layer in incompressible flow (P. Bradshaw and P.V. Galea) J. Fluid Mech. 27, 111 (1967).

31. A low-turbulence wind tunnel driven by a centrifugal blower. J. Roy. Aero. Soc. 71, 132 (1967).

32. Irrotational fluctuations near a turbulent boundary layer. J. Fluid Mech. 27, 209 (1967).

33. The effect of initial conditions on the development of turbulent boundary layers. (P. Bradshaw and D.H. Ferriss) NPL Aero Report 1223 (1967).

34. Note on conditions near a separation line in two- dimensional turbulent flow. NPL Aero Report 1232 (1967).

35. Calculation of boundary-layer development using the turbulent energy equation. (P. Bradshaw, D.H. Ferriss and N.P. Atwell) J. Fluid Mech. 28, 593 (1967): AIAA Selected Reprint Series 14 (1973): ISI Current Contents "Citation Classic" (1980).

36. Boundary-layer problems of 1967. NPL Aero Report 1253 (1967).

37. Mixing-length velocity profile in boundary-layers with transpiration. AIAA J. 5, 1674 (1967).

38. The turbulence structure of equilibrium boundary layers. J. Fluid Mech. 29, 625 (1967).

39. 'Inactive' motion and pressure fluctuations in turbulent boundary layers. J. Fluid Mech. 30, 241 (1967).

40. Negative entrainment in turbulent shear flow. NPL Aero Report l249 (1967).

41. A rigorous derivation of the Karman-Schoenherr skin friction formula. NPL Aero Report 1252 (1967).

42. Unexplained scale effects in ejector shroud "howling". (P. Bradshaw, J.L. Flintoff and D. Middleton) J. Sound & Vib. 7, 183 (1968).

43. Turbulent boundary layers. Aero. J. 72, 451 (1968).

44. Simple wind tunnel design. NPL Aero Report 1259 (1968).

45. A computer program for the calculation of boundary layer development using the turbulent energy equation. (P. Bradshaw and D.H. Ferriss) NPL Aero Report 1195 (1968): revised as I.C. Aero Rept. 74-02, 1974.

46. Calculation of boundary layer development using the turbulent energy equation. III - Synthetic starting profiles. NPL Aero Report l270 (1968).

47. Calculation of boundary layer development using the turbulent energy equation. IV - Heat transfer with small temperature differences. (P. Bradshaw and D.H. Ferriss) NPL Aero Report l271 (1968).

48. Thermal methods of flow measurement. J. Phys. E, Sci. Instrum. 2, 504 (1968).

49. Comments on "Compressible turbulent boundary-layer equations". AIAA J. 7, 19l (1969).

50. A note on reverse transition. J. Fluid Mech. 35, 387 (1969).

51. Calculation of boundary-layer development using the turbulent energy equation. IX - Summary. NPL Aero Report l287 (1969).

52. Calculation of boundary layer development using the turbulent energy equation. VI - Unsteady Flow. NPL Aero Report l288 (1969).

53. The analogy between streamline curvature and buoyancy in turbulent shear flow. J. Fluid Mech. 36, l77 (1969).

54. A note on the "Law of the wall" for temperature. NPL Aero Note l080 (1969).

55. The use of transport equations for Reynolds stress. Presented at Boeing Scientific Research Labs. Symposium on Turbulence (1969).

56. Comments on "On the relation between the shear stress and the velocity profile after a change in surface roughness". J. Atmos. Sci. 26, l353 (1969).

57. Discussion: On "Some properties of the two-dimensional turbulent wall jet in a moving stream", by S.C. Kacker and J.H. Whitelaw. J. Appl. Mech. 35, 36, (1969).

58. Response of a turbulent boundary layer on an infinite swept wing to the sudden removal of pressure gradient. (P. Bradshaw and M.G. Terrell) NPL Aero Report l305 (1969).

59. Special topics in turbulent flow. Lecture course notes, Von Karman Institute. (1969).

60. Comments on "Temperature laws for a turbulent boundary layer with injection and heat transfer". AIAA J. 8, 1375 (1970).

61. Wind tunnels and test rigs of the Department of Aeronautics. Imperial College. I.C. Aero Report 70-0l (1970).

62. Turbulent shear layers in turbomachines. Presented at Penn. State Univ. International Symposium on Turbomachinery (1970). NASA SP304 (1974).

63. Prediction of the turbulent near-wake of a symmetrical aerofoil. AIAA J. 8, 1507 (1970).

64. An assessment of procedures for the prediction of turbulent, supersonic, two-dimensional boundary layer flow. (P. Bradshaw, S. Sivasegaram and J.H. Whitelaw) I.C.Mech. Eng. Dept BL/TN/A/34. Presented at 1970 Euromech Symposium, Toulouse.

65. Calculation of boundary layer development using the turbulent energy equation. VIII - Compressible heat transfer. NPL Aero Report 1325 (1970).

66. Conditional sampling of turbulent shear flows. (R.A. Antonia and P. Bradshaw) I.C. Aero Report 71-04 (1971).

67. Relaxation of a turbulent shear layer downstream of reattachment. (P. Bradshaw and F.Y.F. Wong) I.C. Aero Report 71-05 (1971).

68. Zero and negative entrainment in turbulent shear flow. (M.R. Head and P. Bradshaw) J. Fluid Mech. 46, 385, (1971).

69. Calculation of boundary layer development using the turbulent energy equation: Compressible flow on adiabatic walls. J. Fluid Mech. 46, 83 (1971).

70. Calculation of three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers. J. Fluid Mech. 46, 4l7 (1971).

71. Variations on a theme of Prandtl. "Turbulent Shear Flows" AGARD Conf. Proc. 93 (1971).

72. Use of a refined boundary-layer calculation method to calibrate a simple one. I.C. Aero Report 71-23 (1971).

73. The reattachment and relaxation of a turbulent shear layer. (P. Bradshaw and F.Y.F. Wong) J. Fluid Mech. 52, ll2 (1972).

74. A bibliography of "complex" turbulent shear flows. I.C. Aero Report 72-04 (1972).

75. Two more wind tunnels driven by aerofoil-type centrifugal blowers. I.C. Aero Report 72-l0 (1972).

76. Apparatus and programs for digital analysis of fluctuating quantities in turbulent flow. (A. Brandt and P. Bradshaw) I.C. Aero Report 72-ll (1972).

77. A note on von Karman's constant in low Reynolds number turbulent flows. (G.D. Huffman and P. Bradshaw) J. Fluid Mech. 53, 45 (1972).

78. The flow in S-shaped ducts. (P. Bansod and P. Bradshaw) Aero. Quart. 23, l3l (1972).

79. Applications of a general method of calculating turbulent shear layers. (P. Bradshaw and D.H. Ferriss) J. Basic Engg. 94, 345 (1972).

80. The understanding and prediction of turbulent flow. (6th Reynolds-Prandtl Lecture, Munich). Aero. J. 76, 403 (1972).

81. An introduction to conditional sampling of turbulent flow. I.C. Aero Report 72-l8 (1972).

82. Three-dimensional flow in nominally two-dimensional separation bubbles. I. Flow behind a rearward-facing step. (V. de Brederode and P. Bradshaw) I.C. Aero Report 72-19 (1972).

83. Flapping of a plane jet. (V.W. Goldschmidt and P. Bradshaw) Phys. Fluids, 16, 354 (1973).

84. Calculation of interacting turbulent shear layers: duct flow. (P. Bradshaw, R.B. Dean and D.M. McEligot) J. Fluids Engg. 95I, 214 (1973).

85. Comments on "Mean velocity profile of a thick turbulent boundary layer along a circular cylinder". (P. Bradshaw and V.C. Patel) AIAA. J. 11, 893 (1973).

86. The strategy of calculation methods for complex turbulent flows. (with appendix by V.C. Patel) I.C. Aero Report 73-05 (1973).

87. Comment on "Wall layer of plane turbulent wall jets without pressure gradients". Journal of Aircraft, 10, 698 (1973).

88. A note on the working-section turbulence in a Ludwieg tube. I.C. Aero Report 74-0l (1974).

89. An improved FORTRAN program for the Bradshaw-Ferriss- Atwell method of calculating turbulent shear layers. (P. Bradshaw and K. Unsworth) I.C. Aero Report, 74-02 (1974).

90. A note on the empirical constants appearing in the logarithmic law for turbulent wall flows. (V. de Brederode and P. Bradshaw) I.C. Aero Report 74-03 (1974).

91. The effect of mean compression or dilatation on the turbulence structure of supersonic boundary layers. J. Fluid Mech. 63, 449 (1974).

92. Possible origin of Prandtl's mixing length theory. Nature 249, l35 (1974).

93. Apparatus and programs for digital analysis of fluctuating quantities in turbulent flow. (A.D. Weir and P. Bradshaw) I.C. Aero Report 74-09 (replaces I.C. Aero Report 72-ll) (1974).

94. Effect of free-stream turbulence on turbulent shear layers. I.C. Aero Report 74-l0 (1974).

95. Comments on "Turbulent energy production, dissipation and transfer". Phys. Fluids, 16, 2010 (1973).

96. Boundary layer problems of 1974. I.C. Aero Report 74-l0 (1974).

97. Prediction of turbulent shear layers in turbomachines. Proceedings, Penn. State Univ. Symposium on Fluid Mechanics, Acoustics and Design of Turbomachinery. NASA SP 304, part l (1974).

Comment on "Evaluation of Preston tube calibration equations in supersonic flow". (P. Bradshaw and K. Unsworth) AIAA J. 12, 1293 (1974)

98. An assessment of the evidence for orderly structure in turbulent mixing layers. (C. Chandrsuda and P. Bradshaw) I.C. Aero Report 75-03 (1975).

99. Review - Complex turbulent flows. J. Fluids Engg. 97I, l46 (1975).

100. Turbulent mixing in nonreactive and reactive flows. Proceedings, Project SQUID Workshop on Turbulent Mixing in Nonreactive and Reactive Flows (S.N.B. Murphy, Ed.). Plenum Press (1975).

101. Turbulent boundary-layer growth over a longitudinally curved surface. (R.N. Meroney and P. Bradshaw) AIAA J. 13, l448 (1975).

102. The turbulence structure of a highly curved mixing layer. (I.P Castro and P. Bradshaw) J. Fluid Mech. 73, 265 (1976).

103. Calculation of compressible turbulent boundary layers on straight-tapered swept wings. (P. Bradshaw, G.A. Mizner and K. Unsworth) AIAA J. 14, 399 (1976).

104. Turbulence research-progress and problems. Proceedings, 1976 Heat Transfer and Fluid Mech. Institute, Davis (A.A. McKillop et al., Eds.) (1976).

105. Complex turbulent flows in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, p.l03 (W.T. Koiter, Ed.), North Holland, (1976).

106. Measurements of interacting turbulent shear layers in a duct. (R.B. Dean and P. Bradshaw) J. Fluid Mech. 78, 64l (1976).

107. An improved Van Driest skin-friction formula for compressible turbulent boundary layers. AIAA J. 15, 2l2, (1977).

l08. The interaction of two parallel free shear layers (A.D. Weir and P. Bradshaw). Proceedings, Penn. State Univ. Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, (1977).

109. Compressible turbulent shear layers. Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 9, 33 (1977).

110. Effect of external disturbances on the spreading of a plane turbulent jet. J. Fluid Mech. 80, 795 (1977).

111. Interactions between adjacent turbulent flows. Proceedings, 6th Australasian Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics Conference (1977).

112. Interacting shear layers in turbomachines and diffusers. Proceedings, Project SQUID Workshop on Internal Flows, Airlie House, Va, 1976 (S.N.B. Murthy, Ed., Plenum Press 1977).

113. Computation of complex turbulent flows (P. Bradshaw and K. Unsworth). Proceedings, Lockheed-Georgia Co. Viscous Flows Symposium 1976. (1977).

114. Discussion of "The calculation of turbulent boundary layers on spinning and curved surfaces". ASME J. Fluids Engg. 99, 435 (1977).

115. Discussion of "A length scale model for developing turbulent flow in a rectangular duct". ASME J. Fluids Engg. 99, 784 (1977).

116. Effect of free-stream turbulence on heat transfer through a turbulent boundary layer (J.C. Simonich and P. Bradshaw). ASME J. Heat Transf. 100, 67l (1978).

117. Influence of the side walls on the turbulent centre- plane boundary layer in a square duct (V. de Brederode and P. Bradshaw). ASME J.Fluids Engg. l00, 9l (1978).

118. Effect of free-stream turbulence on large structure in turbulent mixing layers (C. Chandrsuda, R.D. Mehta, A.D. Weir and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. 85, 693 (1978).

119. Comments on "Determination of intermittency from the probability density function of a passive scalar". Phys. Fluids 21, 303 (1978).

l20. Structure of turbulence in complex flows. AGARD Lecture Series No. 94 (1978).

l2l. Prediction of separation using boundary layer theory. AGARD Lecture Series No. 94 (1978).

122. Research programme on turbulent shear layers. I.C. Aero TN 78-105 (1978).

l23. Numerical methods for shear layers. I.C. Aero TN 78- 101: In Numerical Methods in Applied Fluid Dynamics, p. 579 (B. Hunt, Ed., Academic Press, 1980).

124. The effect of short regions of high surface curvature on turbulent boundary layers. (A.J. Smits, S.T.B. Young and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. 94, 209 (1979).

125. The response of a turbulent boundary layer to lateral divergence. (A.J. Smits, J.A. Eaton and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. 94, 443 (1979).

126. Singularities in unsteady boundary layers. AIAA J. 17, 790 (1979).

127. Calculation of turbulent-inviscid flow interactions with large normal pressure gradients (H.E. Mahgoub and P. Bradshaw). AIAA J. 17, 1025 (1979).

128. Prediction of unsteady boundary layers with flow reversal (T. Cebeci, L.W. Carr and P. Bradshaw). Presented at 2nd International Symposium on Turbulent Flow, Imperial College (1979).

129. Design rules for small low speed wind tunnels (R.D. Mehta and P. Bradshaw). Aero. J. 83, 443 (1979).

130. Measurements of interacting turbulent shear layers in the near wake of an aerofoil (J. Andreopoulos and P. Bradshaw). J.Fluid Mech. 100, 639 (1980).

131. The thermal boundary layer far downstream of a spanwise line source of heat (J. Andreopoulos and P. Bradshaw). ASME J. Heat Transf. 102, 755 (1980).

132. Introduction to the Section on "Coherent Structures". Proceedings, 2nd International Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, p.259. (Springer Verlag, 1980).

133. Solution of a hyperbolic system of turbulence-model equations by the "box" scheme (T. Cebeci, K.C. Chang and P. Bradshaw). Computer Methods in Appl. Mech. and Engg. 22, 213 (1980).

134. Measurements of turbulence structure in the boundary layer on a rough surface (J. Andreopoulos and P. Bradshaw). Boundary-Layer Met. 20, 201 (1981).

135. Interacting turbulent shear layers in a plane jet (A.D. Weir, D.H. Wood and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. 107, 237 (1981).

136. Turbulent flow in an idealized wing-body junction (I.M.M.A. Shabaka and P. Bradshaw). AIAA J. 19, 131 (1981).

137. A note on Poisson's equation for pressure in a turbulent flow (Y.M. Koh and P. Bradshaw). Phys. Fluids. 24, 777 (1981).

138. Mixing length in low Reynolds number turbulent boundary layers (P.N. Inman and P. Bradshaw) AIAA J. 19, 653 (1981).

139. Miniature pressure probe for measuring the surface shear stress vector in turbulent flow (N.S. Pontikos and P. Bradshaw). Aero. Quart. 32, 43 (1981).

140. Effects of nozzle exit turbulence on the spreading (or widening) rate of plane free jets (V.W. Goldschmidt and P. Bradshaw). ASME 81-FE-22 (1981).

141. Turbulence. Science Progress. 67, 185 (1981).

142. Reattachment and relaxation of the turbulent shear layer behind a backward-facing step (C. Chandrsuda and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. 110, 171 (1981).

143. Effect of turbulence on pressure probes (T. Christiansen and P. Bradshaw). J. Phys. E.: Sci. Instrum. 14, 992 (1981).

144. Calculation of three-dimensional instability modes in a Blasius boundary layer (M.Z. Chen and P. Bradshaw). AIAA J. 22, 301 (1982).

145. Imbedded longitudinal vortices in turbulent boundary layers (R.D. Mehta, I.M.M.A. Shabaka and P. Bradshaw). Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows (T. Cebeci, Ed., Springer Verlag, 1982).

146. The structure of turbulent boundary layers at low Reynolds numbers (J. Murlis, H.M. Tsai and P. Bradshaw) J. Fluid Mech. 122, 13 (1982).

147. A turbulent mixing layer constrained by a solid surface. Part 1. Measurements before reaching the surface (D.H. Wood and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. 122, 57 (1982).

148. Shear layer studies - past, present, future. Recent Contributions to Fluid Mechanics (W. Haase, Ed., Springer 1982).

149. Calculation of viscous transonic flow over aerofoils (Z.B. Chen and P. Bradshaw). AIAA J. 22, 201 (1982).

150. Longitudinal vortices imbedded in turbulent boundary layers (R.D. Mehta, I.M.M.A. Shabaka, A. Shibl and P. Bradshaw) AIAA-83-0378 (1983).

151. Viscous-inviscid matching using imbedded Navier Stokes solutions (P. Bradshaw, M.A. Kavanagh, and D. Mobbs). Proceedings, Second Symposium on Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows (T. Cebeci, Ed., Springer 1983).

152. The effect of free-stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layers (P.E. Hancock and P. Bradshaw). ASME J. Fluids Engg. 105, 284 (1983).

153. Longitudinal vortices in wind-tunnel wall boundary layers. (S. Mokhtari and P. Bradshaw). Aero. J. 87, 233 (1983).

154. Complex three-dimensional turbulent flows. Trans. Inst. Engrs, Australia, ME8, 192 (1983).

155. A turbulent mixing layer constrained by a solid surface. Part 2. Measurements in the wall-bounded flow (D.H.Wood and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. 139, 347 (1984).

156. Flow over surface-mounted semi-bluff bodies (P.M.Handford and P. Bradshaw). Presented at Third Symposium on Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach (1985).

157. Turbulence structure of a three dimensional impinging jet in a cross stream (M.V. Shayesteh, I.M.M.A. Shabaka and P. Bradshaw). AIAA-85-0044 (1985).

158. Longitudinal vortices imbedded in turbulent boundary layers. Part 1. Single vortex (I.M.M.A. Shabaka, R.D. Mehta and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. 155, 37 (1985).

159. Numerical simulation of Tollmien Schlichting waves by use of a modified particle in cell method (M.Z. Chen and P. Bradshaw). I.C. Aero Report 85-02 (1985).

160. Measurements in the turbulent boundary layer of an "infinite" swept wing (P. Bradshaw and N. Pontikos). J. Fluid Mech. l59, l05 (1985).

161. The effect of convex surface curvature on turbulent boundary layers (K.C. Muck, P.H. Hoffmann and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. l61, 347 (1985).

162. The effect of concave surface curvature on turbulent boundary layers (P.H. Hoffmann, K.C. Muck and P. Bradshaw). J. Fluid Mech. l61, 371 (1985).

163. Measurements of the low-wave-number structure of a turbulent boundary layer (C.S. Subramanian, B.S. Kandola and P. Bradshaw). I.C. Aero Rept 85-01 (1985).

164. Physics and modelling of three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers. VKI Lecture course 1986-7 (1986).

165. The interaction between a strong longitudinal vortex and a boundary layer (A.D. Cutler and P. Bradshaw). AIAA-86- 0211 (1986).

166. Conditional sampling schemes based on the variable interval time averaging (VITA) algorithm (J.F. Morrison, H.M. Tsai and P. Bradshaw). I.C. Aero Report 86-01 (1986).

167. Wind tunnels and test rigs of the Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College. I.C. Aero Report 86-02 (1986).

168. A bibliography of turbulent flows. I.C. Aero Report 86- 03 (1986).

169. Microcomputer controlled traverse gear for three dimensional flow explorations (M.V. Shayesteh and P. Bradshaw). J. Phys. E. 20, 320 (1987).

170. Turbulent secondary flows. Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 53 (1987).

171. Subminiature hot-wire sensors: development and use (P.M. Ligrani and P. Bradshaw). J. Physics E. 20, 323 (1987).

172. Spatial resolution and measurement of turbulence in the viscous sublayer using sub-miniature hot-wire probes (P.M. Ligrani and P. Bradshaw). Expts. in Fluids 5, 407 (1987).

173. Three-dimensional flows with imbedded longitudinal vortices (A.D. Cutler and P. Bradshaw). "Perspectives in Turbulence Studies", p.382 (H.U. Meier and P.Bradshaw, Eds., Springer 1987).

174. Turbulence structure of a boundary layer beneath a turbulent free stream (P.E.Hancock and P. Bradshaw). Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows (1987).

175. Experimental investigation of a three dimensional turbulent shear layer over an "infinite" swept surface (V. Baskaran and P. Bradshaw). Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows (1987).

176. The 30 x 30 inch wind tunnel (A.D. Cutler and P. Bradshaw) I.C. Aero Report 87-01 (1987).

177. Vortex/boundary-layer interactions (A.D. Cutler and P. Bradshaw) NASA-CR-181462 and NASA-CR-181463 (1987).

178. Decay of spanwise wavy inhomogeneities in a three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer over an "infinite" swept concave wing (Baskaran, V.; Bradshaw, P.)Expts. in Fluids 6, 487, 1988.

179. Longitudinal vortices imbedded in turbulent boundary layers. Part 2. Vortex pair with 'common flow' upwards, Mehta, R.D.; Bradshaw, P., J. Fluid Mech. 188, 529, 1988.

168a. A bibliography of turbulent flows, Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg Dept. Rept IL-95, 1988.

180. Interaction between strong longitudinal vortices and turbulent boundary layers, Cutler, A.D.; Naaseri, M.; Bradshaw, P., Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach, 1989.

181. Vortex/boundary-layer interactions, Cutler, A.; Bradshaw, P., AIAA 89-0083, 1989.

182. The pulsed-wire anemometer, Handford, P.M.; Bradshaw, P., Expts. in Fluids 7, 125, 1989.

183. Conditional-sampling schemes for turbulent flow, based on the variable-interval time averaging (VITA) algorithm, Morrison, J.F.; Tsai, H.M.; Bradshaw, P., Expts. in Fluids 7, 173, 1989.

184. Effects of free-stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layers with convective heat transfer, Baskaran, V.; Abdellatif, O.E.; Bradshaw, P., Presented at 7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford, 1989.

185. An experimental study of a wake-boundary layer interaction, Baskaran, V.; Bradshaw, P., Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melbourne, 1989.

186. Bursts and wall shear stress fluctuations in turbulent boundary layers, Morrison, J.F.; Bradshaw, P., 7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ., 1989.

187. Turbulence structure of a boundary layer beneath a turbulent free stream, Hancock, P.E.; Bradshaw, P., J. Fluid Mech. 205, 45, 1989.

188. Breakdown of a turbulent vortex, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 34, 2316, 1989.

189. Experimental investigation of three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers on "infinite" curved swept wings, Baskaran, V.; Pontikis, Y.G.; Bradshaw, P., J. Fluid Mech. 211, 95, 1990.

190. Effects of extra rates of strain - review, Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 106, 1990.

191. Collaborative testing of turbulence models, AGARD-AR-291, 1990.

192. Nearly Navier-Stokes solutions, Computational Methods in Aeronautical Fluid Dynamics (P. Stow, ed. -- 1987 IMA Conf., Reading), Oxford UP, p. 59, 1990.

193. Progress in turbulence research, AIAA-90-1480, 1990.

194. Structure of three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers, Bradshaw, P.; Sendstad, O., Studying Turbulence Using Numerical Simulation Databases III (NASA Ames/Stanford Center for Turbulence Research), p. 75, 1990.

195. Collaborative testing of turbulence models, Bradshaw, P.; Launder, B.E.; Lumley, J.L., AIAA-91-0215, 1991.

196. The use of knowledge-based systems for aerodynamics technology transfer, Rodman, L.C.; et al., AIAA-91-0500, 29th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, 1991.

197. Special Report, Bradshaw, P.; Launder, B.E.; Lumley, J.L., J. Fluids Engg. 113, 3, 1991.

198. Bursts and sources of pressure fluctuation in turbulent boundary layers, Morrison, J.F.; Bradshaw, P. Presented at 8th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Munich, paper no. 2-1, 1991. 199. A crossed hot-wire technique for complex turbulent flows, Cutler, A.D.; Bradshaw, P., Expts. in Fluids 12, 17, 1991.

200. Initial roll-up of a wingtip vortex, Chow, J.S.; Zilliac, G.G.; Bradshaw, P., Proceedings of the Aircraft Wake Vortices Conference (J.N. Hallock, ed.), Federal Aviation Administration DOT/FAA/SD-92/1.1, DOT-VNTSC-FAA-92-7.1, vol. 2, p. 35-1, 1992.

201. Assessment of closure coefficients for compressible flow turbulence models, Huang, P.G.; Bradshaw, P.; Coakley, T.J., NASA TM 103882, 1992.

202. Three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer in a 30 degree bend - experiment and modeling, Schwarz, W.R.; Bradshaw, P., Stanford Univ. Mech Engg Dept Rept MD-61, 1992.

203. Strong vortex/boundary layer interactions. Part I. Vortices high, Cutler, A.D.; Bradshaw, P., Expts in Fluids 14, 321, 1993.

204. Strong vortex/boundary layer interactions. Part II. Vortices low, Cutler, A.D.; Bradshaw, P., Expts in Fluids 14, 393, 1992.

205. Bursts and the law of the wall in turbulent boundary layers, Morrison, J.F.; Subramanian, C.S.; Bradshaw, P., J. Fluid Mech. 241, 75, 1992.

206. Turbulence modeling for impinging jet flows, Childs, R.E.; Rodman, L.C.; Bradshaw, P.; Bott, D.M.; Shoemaker, W.C., AIAA-92-2672, 1992.

207. Calculation of wind tunnel wall interference, Dedoussis, V.; Bradshaw, P., Proceedings, 1st Nat. Congress on Comp. Mech., Athens (D.E. Beskos, Ed.), University of Patras Press, 1992.

208. Measurements in the near-field of a turbulent wingtip vortex, Chow, J.S.; Zilliac, G.; Bradshaw, P., AIAA-93-0551, 1993.

209. Turbulent structure of a wingtip vortex in the near field, Zilliac, G.G.; Chow, J.S.; Dacles-Mariani, J.; Bradshaw, P., AIAA-93-3011, 1993.

210. Compressible Navier-Stokes calculations of the flow over airfoil sections. Comparison of 1st and 2nd order turbulence models, Masson, B.H.; Huang, P.G.; Bradshaw, P., SAE paper 932510, 1993.

211. Measurements in a pressure-driven three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer during development and decay, Schwarz, W.R.; Bradshaw, P., AIAA J. 31, 1207, 1993.

212. Skin friction and velocity profile family for compressible turbulent boundary layers, Huang, P.G.; Bradshaw, P.; Coakley, T.J., AIAA J. 31, 1600, 1993.

213. A note on turbulent energy dissipation in the viscous wall region, Bradshaw, P.; Perot, J.B., Phys. Fluids A5, 1993.

214. Turbulent transport in wall-bounded flows. Evaluation of model coefficients using direct numerical simulation. Cazalbou, J.B.; Bradshaw, P., Phys. Fluids A5, 3233. 1993.

215. Effect of bluff body wakes on skin friction and surface transfer in a turbulent boundary layer, Bradshaw, P.; Morrison, J.F.; Subramanian, C.S., J. Wind Engg and Indust. Aero. 49, 269, 1993.

216. Strong vortex/boundary layer interactions. Part I. Vortices high, Bradshaw, P.; Cutler, A.D., Expts. in Fluids 14, 321, 1993.

217. Strong vortex/boundary layer interactions. Part II. vortices low, Bradshaw, P.; Cutler, A.D., Expts. in Fluids 14, 393, 1993.

218. Term-by-term tests of stress-transport turbulence models in a three-dimensional boundary layer, Schwarz, W.R.; Bradshaw, P., Phys. Fluids 6, 986 (W.C. Reynolds 60th birthday issue), 1994.

219. Turbulence models for compressible boundary layers, Huang, P.G., Bradshaw, P., Coakley, T.J., AIAA J. 32, 735, 1994.

220. On the behavior of two-equation models at the edge of a turbulent region, Cazalbou, J.B.; Spalart, P.R.; Bradshaw, P., Phys. Fluids 6, 1797, 1994.

221. Turbulence - the chief outstanding difficulty of our subject, Expts. in Fluids 16, 203, 1994.

222. Turbulence measurements in the near-field of a wingtip vortex, Chow, J.S.; Zilliac, G.G.; Bradshaw, P., Turbulence in Complex Flows, ASME FED 203, 61, 1994.

223. Collaborative testing of turbulence models, Bradshaw, P.; Launder, B.E.; Lumley, J.L., Advances in Computational Methods in Fluid Dynamics, (FED Vol. 196, K.N. Ghia, U. Ghia and D. Goldstein, eds.) ASME, New York, p.77, 1994.

224. Collaborative testing of turbulence models, Stanford Univ. ME Dept Rept MD-73, 1994.

225. Turbulence structural changes for a three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer in a 30 degree bend, Schwarz, W.R.; Bradshaw, P., J. Fluid Mech. 272, 183, 1994.

226. Numerical solution of two-dimensional or axi-symmetric incompressible flow using the vorticity equations, Koh, Y.-M.; Bradshaw, P., KSME J. 8, 264, 1994.

227. Turbulence measurements in the near-field of a wingtip vortex, Chow, J.S.; Zilliac, G.G.; Bradshaw, P., Turbulence in Complex Flows (ASME FED vol. 203),p. 61, 1994.

228. Law of the wall for turbulent flows in pressure gradients, Huang, P.G.; Bradshaw, P., AIAA J. 33, 624, 1995.

229. Compressible turbulent channel flow - A close look using DNS data, Huang, P.G.; Coleman, G.N.; Bradshaw, P., AIAA 95-0584, 1995.

230. Compressible turbulent channel flows - DNS results and modeling, Huang, P.G.; Coleman, G.N.; Bradshaw, P., J. Fluid Mech. 305, 185, 1995.

231. The law of the wall in turbulent flow, Bradshaw, P.; Huang, P.G., Proc. Roy. Soc. London A451, 165, 1995.

232. Nonuniversality of sublayer streaks in turbulent flow, Bradshaw, P.; Langer, C.A., Phys. Fluids 7, 2435, 1995.

233. Inclined impinging jets in crossflow, Bradshaw, P.; Buice, C.U., AIAA 96-0204, 1996.

234. Turbulence in compressible flow - physics and modeling, J. Jap. Soc. Fluid Mech. 15, 354, 1996.

235. Turbulence modeling with application to turbomachinery, Prog. Aerospace Sci. 32, 575, 1996.

236. The understanding and prediction of turbulent flow, Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow 18, 45, 1997.

237. Similarities and differences in turbulent boundary-layer, pipe and channel flows, Nieuwstadt, F.T.M.; Bradshaw, P., Boundary-Layer Separation in Aircraft Aerodynamics (R.A.W.M. Henkes and P.G. Bakker, eds.) Delft Univ. Press, p. 15, 1997.

238.On the dynamics of turbulent boundary layers, Cantwell, B.J.; Chacin, J.M.; Bradshaw, P., Self-Sustaining Mechanisms of Wall Turbulence, (R.L. Panton, ed.) Advances in Fluid Mech., vol. 15, Computational Mech. Pubs., Southampton, p. 365, 1997.

239. Mean and turbulence measurements in the near field of a wingtip vortex, Chow, J.S.; Zilliac, G.G.; Bradshaw, P., AIAA J. 35, 1561, 1997.

240. Effect of high free-stream turbulence on boundary-layer skin friction and heat transfer, Bott, D.M.; Bradshaw, P., AIAA 98-0531, 1998.

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Turbulence measurements with hot wire anemometers (P. Bradshaw and R.F.Johnston). NPL Notes on Applied Science, No.33 (1963).

Experimental Fluid Mechanics. Pergamon Press (1964, 1970).

An Introduction to Turbulence and its Measurement. Pergamon Press (1971, 1975; Russian edition Izd. Mir, 1974).

Effects of streamline curvature on turbulent flow. AGARDograph 169 (1973).

Turbulence. Topics in Applied Physics, vol.12. (Editor) Springer (1976, 1978; Russian edition, Maschinostroenie, 1980).

Momentum Transfer in Boundary Layers (T. Cebeci and P. Bradshaw). McGraw Hill/Hemisphere (1977).

Engineering Calculation Methods for Turbulent Flow (P. Bradshaw, T. Cebeci and J.H. Whitelaw) Academic Press, (1981).

Physical and Computational Aspects of Convective Heat Transfer (T. Cebeci and P. Bradshaw). Springer Verlag (1984: Chinese edition 1985, Russian edition, Mir, 1987).

Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (H.U. Meier and P.Bradshaw, Eds.). Springer (1987).