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Michigan State Univ. Divn. of Engg. Research, AD 714655*
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Imperial College, Mech. Engg. Dept. TM/TN/A/11*
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Technical evaluation report on AGARD specialists' meeting on Aerodynamic Interference.*
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Experimentelle untersuchung des Warmeubergangs in parallel durchstromten Rohrbundeln bei konstanter Warmestromdichte im Bereich mittlerer Prandtl-Zahlen.*
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BHRA TN 909*
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Amortissement des perturbation dans les canalisations cylindriques longues.*
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Effect of lateral curvature on the characteristics and skin friction of a turbulent air boundary layer with and without helium addition.*
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Some aerodynamic considerations of the flight characteristics of towing systems using towlines at high speeds.*
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Investigation of features of flow of three- dimensional turbulent wall jets with and without pressure gradient.*
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Aero. Res. Council R. and M. 3633*
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Assessment of lift augmentation devices.*
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Mixing of wakes in a turbulent shear flow.*
NASA TN D-83*
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The two-dimensional flow around a slotted flap.*
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Free turbulent mixing - a critical evaluation of theory and experiment.*
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Application of the turbulence energy equation to fully developed flow in simple ducts.*
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The diffusion of turbulence energy in flow through axisymmetric ducts.*
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Some experimental results of two concepts designed to increase turbine blade loading.*
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Boundary layer, transition, and wake measurements at low Mach number for an aerofoil with single- slotted flap.*
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BHRA TN-902*
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A review of incompressible diffuser flow.*
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Initial investigations into the suppression of flow separation in the 4ft. 6in. by 3ft. 6in. R.M.T.C. wind tunnel.*
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An investigation of a radial diffuser using incompressible flow without swirl.*
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Experiments on the use of screens and splitters in a wide-angle conical diffuser.*
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A method of flow stabilisation with high pressure recovery in short, conical diffusers.*
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A performance prediction method for unstalled, two-dimensional diffusers.*
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An experimental investigation of the transitory stall regime in two-dimensional diffusers including the effects of periodically disturbed inlet conditions.*
Stanford Univ. Thermosciences Divn. Rept. PD-15*
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Improving the boundary-layer profile in a diffuser.*
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Experimentally determined optimum geometries for rectilinear diffusers with rectangular, conical or annular cross-section.*
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Etat des constraintes et des fluctuations de vitesse dans un couche limite perturbee.*
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Influence of a uniformly sheared free stream on a turbulent boundary layer.*
4th Australasian Conf. on Hydraulics and Fluid Mech. Monash Univ.*
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Influence of an external acoustic field on a turbulent boundary layer.*
CNRS, France, Lab. d'Aerothermique Rept. 70-8*
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Effects of free-stream turbulence on blade performance in a compressor cascade.*
Aero. Res. Council no. 33135*
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Free-stream turbulence effects on the turbulent boundary layer.*
Cambridge Univ. Engg. Dept. CUED/A Turbo TR.41, Aero. Res. Council 34586*
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Cambridge Univ. Engg. Dept. CUED/A Turbo TR.43*
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Calculation of the development of turbulent boundary layers with a turbulent free stream.*
Cambridge Univ. Engg. Dept. CUED/A Turbo/TR 53*
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Modelling of the influence of background turbulence upon jet mixing.*
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The momentum integral equation for a boundary layer with turbulence or ordered unsteadiness in the free stream.*
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The effect of free stream turbulence on heat transfer to a strongly accelerated turbulent boundary layer.*
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Preliminary experimental investigation of effect of free-stream turbulence on turbulent boundary-layer growth.*
NASA TN D-368*
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Die turbulente Grenzschicht an einer ebenen Platte in der hochturbulenten Stromung.*
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The effect of high intensity turbulence on the aerodynamics of a rigid circular cylinder at subcritical Reynolds number.*
Univ. Toronto, Inst. Aerospace Studies, Rept. 142*
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A note on current understanding of afterbody drag on short cowl front fan engines.*
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J. Aero. Soc. India 16, 96*
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Princeton Univ. Rept. AMS-723, AD 705235*
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Coanda flow of a two dimensional wall jet on the outside of a circular cylinder.*
McGill Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. 63-11*
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Turbulent wall jets on logarithmic spiral surfaces.*
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1966. `
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Some contributions to the study of equilibrium and non-equilibrium turbulent wall jets over curved surfaces.*
McGill Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. PhD. Thesis.*
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A corrigendum and addendum to MERL Report 64-7 entitled Two-dimensional turbulent wall jets over curved surfaces.(q.v.)*
McGill Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Tech Note 67-1*
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Von Karman Inst. Belgium, TN 27*
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The analogy betweeen streamline curvature and buoyancy in turbulent shear flow.*
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Calculation of the turbulent boundary layer in a vortex diffuser.*
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J. Fluid Mech. 42, 1*
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Calculation of axially-symmetric turbulent boundary layers with secondary flow.*
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Nat. Aerospace Lab., Japan, TR-156*
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Z. Flugwiss. 15, 130*
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J. Appl. Mech. 37, 17*
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1968. `
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The effects of rotation on boundary layers in turbomachine rotors.*
Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. MD-24*
1970. `
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The suppression of shear layer turbulence in rotating systems.*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 93*
1971. `
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The structure and stability of turbulent wall layers in rotating channel flow.*
Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. MD-29*
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On the velocity profile of the turbulent boundary layer on rotating impeller bladings.*
Periodica Polytechnica (Budapest Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept.), 13, 215*
1970. `
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Z. Flugwiss. 15, 335*
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Study of heat transfer of a turbulent fluid flow in a plane curved channel.*
NASA TT F-11382*
1967. `
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The inclusion of surface curvature effects in calculation of the turbulent boundary layer with integral methods.*
US Naval Academy, Monterey, Calif.*
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Boundary layer optimization for the design of high turning axial flow compressor blades.*
J. Engg. for Power 93, 147*
1971. `
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Measurements of secondary flow in the boundary layers of a 180 degree channel.*
Aero. Res. Council CP 1043*
1968. `
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The effects of curvature on the turbulent boundary layer.*
Aero. Res. Council R and M 3599*
1968. `
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Turbulence and pressure transport in a curved mixing layer.*
Phys. Fluids 10, 1347*
1967. `
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A procedure for predicting the influence of longitudinal curvature on boundary-layer flows.*
Imperial College, Mech. Engg. Dept. BL/TN/A/37*
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Effect of streamwise wall curvature on compressible turbulent boundary layers.*
Phys. Fluids Supp. S174*
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The mixing with ambient air of a cold airstream in a centrifugal field.*
Aero. Res. Council CP 687*
1962 . `
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STRITTMATTER, P.A.; ILLINGWORTH, G.; FREEMAN, K.C.*
A note on the vorticity expulsion hypothesis.*
J. Fluid Mech. 43, 539*
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Effect of streamwise wall curvature on heat transfer in a turbulent boundary layer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 33, 283*
1968. `
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Flow and heat transfer in the boundary layer on a continuous moving surface.*
Int. J. Heat and Mass Transfer 10, 219*
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Effect of curved surfaces on turbulent boundary layers.*
NASA TT F-11421*
1967. `
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Structure of turbulence in a curved mixing layer.*
Phys. Fluids 11, 1251*
1968. `
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An experimental investigation of the small-scale structure of turbulence in a curved mixing layer.*
Penn. State Univ. PhD. Thesis.*
1967. `
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Dynamics of nonhomogeneous fluids.*
Macmillan.*
1965. `
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The boundary layer vorticity distribution in turbulent swirling pipe flow.*
J. Basic Engg. 91, 728*
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Axial flow in trailing line vortices.*
J. Fluid Mech. 20, 654*
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On the general theory of curvature and torsion of an isolated vortex filament.*
J. Fluid Mech. 22, 471*
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Some work on the behaviour of vortex wakes at the Royal Aircraft Establishment.*
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1970. `
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BLOOR, M.S.; GERRARD, J.H.*
Measurements on turbulent vortices in a cylinder wake.*
Proc. Roy. Soc. A294, 319*
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An experimental investigation of the velocity fluctuations behind oscillating vanes.*
NASA TN D-5543*
1969. `
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Heat transfer to a fluid flowing inside a pipe rotating about its longitudinal axis.*
J. Heat Transfer 91, 135*
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Observations of unsteady flow arising after vortex breakdown.*
J. Fluid Mech. 41, 727*
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Turbulent hydrodynamic line stretching - consequences of isotropy.*
Phys. Fluids 12, 2488*
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Fluid line growth in grid-generated isotropic turbulence.*
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Stability theory for a pair of trailing vortices.*
AIAA J. 8, 2172*
1970. `
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Aircraft Wake Turbulence and its Detection (Ed. J.H. Olsen et al.), Plenum.*
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Flow in a turbulent trailing vortex.*
Phys. Fluids 14, 2074*
1971. `
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Superfluid turbulence in neutron stars.*
Nature, 227, 791*
1970. `
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HAMA, F.R.*
Progressive deformation of a curved vortex filament by its own induction.*
Phys. Fluids 5, 1156*
1962 . `
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Progressive deformation of a perturbed line vortex filament.*
Phys. Fluids 6, 526*
1963. `
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HAMA, F.R.; NUTANT, J.*
Self-induced velocity on a curved vortex.*
Phys. Fluids 4, 28*
1961 . `
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HARVEY, J.K.; FACKRELL, J.E.*
Observation of a mechanism causing a trailing vortex to break up*
Imperial College, Aero. Dept. Rept. 70-08, Aero. Res. Council no. 32607*
1970. `
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Turbulent line vortices.*
J. Fluid Mech. 16, 395*
1963. `
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Report on the IUTAM symposium on concentrated vortex motion in fluids.*
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Axisymmetrical turbulent swirling natural- convection plume. Part I. Theoretical Investigation.*
J. Appl. Mech. 33, 647*
1966. `
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A review of confined vortex flows.*
NASA CR-1772*
1971. `
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Nonistropic turbulent stress distribution in swirling flows from mean value distributions.*
Int. J. Heat and Mass Transfer, 14 573*
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Vortex breakdown.*
DLR FB 70-40*
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Review of the vortex wake rollup problem.*
MIT, AD-673917*
1967. `
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The formation and structure of vortex rings.*
Canadian J. Phys. 42, 678*
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Results of trailing vortex studies in a towing tank.*
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Instability of a vortex sheet leaving a semi-plate.*
Boeing Sci. Res. Lab. D1-82-0953*
1970. `
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The decay of a turbulent trailing vortex.*
Aero Quart. 21, 69*
1970. `
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PARKS, P.C.*
A new look at the dynamics of vortices with finite cores.*
Aero. Res. Council no. 32548*
1970. `
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The stability criterion for vortices by Ludwieg and its application to some experimental results.*
FFA, Sweden, Rept. 119*
1969. `
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Photographic evidence of the formation and growth of vorticity behind plates accelerated from rest in still air.*
J. Fluid Mech. 11, 460*
1965. `
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ROBERTS, L.W.*
The prediction of turbulent swirling pipe flow.*
Imperial College, Mech. Engg. Dept. EF/TN/A/37*
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ROCHINO, A.; LAVAN, Z.*
Analytical investigations of incompressible turbulent swirling flow in stationary ducts.*
J. Appl. Mech. 36, 151 and 244*
1970. `
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Development of aircraft vortex wakes in turbulent flow.*
J. Aircraft 6, 65*
1969. `
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A swirling round turbulent jet. 1- mean flow measurements.*
J. Appl. Mech. 29, 615*
1962 . `
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On stationary and travelling vortex breakdowns.*
J. Fluid Mech. 45, 545*
1971. `
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Slender-body analysis of the motion and stability of a vortex filament containing an axial flow.*
J. Fluid Mech. 50, 335*
1971. `
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Vortex formation in a two-dimensional periodic wake.*
Oxford Univ. Dept. Engg. Sci. Rept. 1102/70*
1970. `
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WILKINS, E.M.*
Hot film measurements of velocity decay in Karman trail vortices.*
J. Geophys. Res. 75, 1033*
1970. `
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Visualization of heaving aerofoil wakes including the effect of a jet flap*
J. Fluid Mech. 41, 6*
1970. `
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Exploratory model study of tornado-like vortex dynamics.*
J. Atmos. Sci. 27, 3*
1970. `
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CRABBE, R.S.*
Measurements in a laterally strained turbulent boundary layer.*
McGill Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. 71-2*
1971. `
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Hot wire measurements in a radial turbulent jet.*
J. Appl. Mech. 33, 417*
1966. `
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KEFFER, J.F.*
The uniform distortion of a turbulent wake.*
J. Fluid Mech. 22, 135*
1965. `
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A note on the expansion of turbulent wakes.*
J. Fluid Mech. 28, 183*
1967. `
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McMILLAN, O.J.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Performance of low-aspect-ratio diffusers with fully developed turbulent inlet flows.*
Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. PD-14*
1970. `
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MARECHAL, J.*
Sur quelques correlations transversales dans une turbulence de grille soumise a une deformation plane.*
C. R. Acad. Sci. A, 267, 364*
1968. `
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Investigation of a turbulent radial wall jet.*
J. Appl. Mech. 34, 457*
1967. `
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REYNOLDS, A.J.*
Observations on distorted turbulent wakes.*
J. Fluid Mech. 13, 333*
1962 . `
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The distortion of turbulence by irrotational plane strain.*
J. Fluid Mech. 32, 657*
1968. `
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The distortion of turbulence by irrotational strain.*
McGill Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. 70-7*
1970. `
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Stromungsbild einer turbulenter Ablosung.*
Z. Flugwiss. 16, 141*
1968. `
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BRADSHAW, P.*
Note on conditions near a separation line in two-dimensional turbulent flow.*
NPL Aero Rept. 1232, Aero. Res. Council 29053*
1967. `
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CHANG, P.K.*
Separation of flow.*
Pergamon.*
1970. `
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GARTSHORE, I.S.*
The streamwise development of two-dimensional wall jets and other two-dimensional turbulent shear flows.*
McGill Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. PhD. Thesis.*
1965. `
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GUENTHER, R.A.*
Flow separation studies.*
Lockheed Missiles and Space Co. L-87-66-1*
1966. `
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SANDBORN, V.A.; LIU, C.Y.*
On turbulent boundary-layer separation.*
J. Fluid Mech. 32, 293*
1968. `
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Flow near the intersection of a wall and a dividing streamline.*
AIAA J. 6, 549*
1968. `
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TORRILLO, D.T.; SAVAGE, S.B.*
A brief review of compressible laminar and turbulent boundary layer separation.*
Republic Aircraft Corp. RAC 2325*
1964. `
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TOWNSEND, A.A.*
The behaviour of a turbulent boundary layer near separation.*
J. Fluid Mech. 12, 536*
1962 . `
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TOWNSEND, A.A.*
The development of turbulent boundary layers with negligible wall stress.*
J. Fluid Mech. 8, 143*
1960 . `
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WILSON, R.E.; MAURER, F.*
Turbulent boundary-layer separation at low supersonic Mach numbers.*
AIAA J. 9, 189*
1971. `
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WUERER, J.E.; CLAYTON, F.I.*
Flow separation in high speed flight - A review of the state of art.*
Douglas Aircraft Co. Rept. SM-46429*
1965. `
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ANTONIA, R.A.; LUXTON, R.E.*
Energy balance in a turbulent boundary layer on a rough wall.*
Phys. Fluids 14, 1027*
1971. `
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ANTONIA, R.A.; LUXTON, R.E.*
The response of a turbulent boundary layer to an upstanding step change in surface roughness.*
J. Basic Engg. 93, 22*
1971. `
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The response of a turbulent boundary layer to a step change in surface roughness.*
J. Fluid Mech. 48, 721*
1971. `
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GAUDET, L.; JOHNSON, P.*
Measurements of the drag of various two-dimensional excrescences immersed in turbulent boundary layers at Mach numbers between 0.2 and 2.8*
RAE TR 70190*
1970. `
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HASTINGS, R.C.*
Turbulent flow past two-dimensional bases in supersonic streams.*
Aero. Res. Council R. and M. 3401*
1963. `
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LOGAN, E.; JONES, J.B.*
Flow in a pipe following an abrupt increase in surface roughness.*
J. Basic Engg. 85, 35*
1963. `
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Transformation of the atmospheric boundary layer over inhomogeneous surfaces.*
Univ. Washington, Dept. Atmos. Sci. Rept. AD 626630*
1965. `
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Boundary layer adjustment as an initial value problem.*
J. Atmos. Sci. 25, 207*
1968. `
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PANOFSKY, H.A.; TOWNSEND, A.A.*
Change of terrain roughness and the wind prfile.*
Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc. 90, 147*
1964. `
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PETERSON, E.W.*
A numerical model of the mean wind and turbulent energy downstream of a change in surface roughness*
Penn. State Univ. Center for Air Environment Stud. Pub. 102-69*
1969. `
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PETERSON, E.W.*
On the relation between the shear stress and the velocity profile after a change in surface roughness.*
J. Atmos. Sci. 26, 773*
1969. `
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SIMPSON, R.L.*
The effect of a discontinuity in wall blowing on the turbulent incompressible boundary layer.*
Int. J. Heat and Mass Transfer 14, 2083*
1971. `
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SPAID, F.W.*
The drag of small protuberances immersed in a turbulent boundary layer.*
AIAA J. 7, 780*
1969. `
..57.0:*
SPANGLER, J.G.*
Effects of periodic blowing through flush transverse slots on turbulent boundary layer skin friction.*
NASA CR-634*
1966. `
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TANI, I.*
Review of some experimental results on the response of a turbulent boundary layer to sudden perturbations.*
Proc. Computation of Turbulent Boundary Layers, 1968 AFOSR IFP Stanford Conf. Stanford Univ. 1, 483*
1969. `
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TANI, I.; MAKITA, H.*
Response of a turbulent shear flow to a stepwise change in wall roughness.*
Z. Flugwiss. 19, 335*
1971. `
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TAYLOR, P.A.*
On wind and shear stress profiles above a change in surface roughness.*
Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc. 95, 77*
1969. `
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TAYLOR, P.A.*
The planetary boundary layer above a change in surface roughness.*
J. Atmos. Sci. 26, 432*
1969. `
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The flow in a turbulent boundary layer after a change in surface roughness.*
J. Fluid Mech. 26, 255*
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The response of a turbulent boundary layer to abrupt changes in surface conditions.*
J. Fluid Mech. 22, 799*
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The effect of initial conditions on the development of a free shear layer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 26, 225*
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Studies on laminar and turbulent free shear layers with a finite initial boundary layer at separation.*
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The turbulent wake of a body of revolution.*
J. Basic Engg. 90, 275*
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AIAA J. 7, 1641*
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Measurements of the boundary layer and wake of two aerofoil sections at high Reynolds numbers and highsubsonic Mach numbers.*
RAE TR 71127*
1971. `
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Merging of uniform shear flows at a trailing edge.*
AIAA J. 7, 523*
1969. `
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The interaction of two opposing plane turbulent wall jets.*
AIAA paper 72-211*
1972. `
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The flat plate trailing edge problem.*
J. Fluid Mech. 40, 161*
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Experimental investigation of subsonic turbulent flow over single and double backward-facing steps.*
J. Basic Engg. 84, 317*
1962 . `
..59.0,11.3:interesting circumferential variation near separation*
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Total and local heat transfer from a smooth circular cylinder in cross-flow at high Reynolds number*
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Further experiments on steady separated flows past bluff objects.*
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Experiments on two-dimensional flow over a normal wall.*
J. Fluid Mech. 1, 129*
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Flow past large two-dimensional roughness in a turbulent boundary layer.*
Aero. Soc. India/Indian Inst. Sci. Joint Tech. Sessions.*
1968. `
..59.0:*
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Two-dimensional normal fences on a flat plate.*
Aero. Res. Council CP 863*
1965. `
..59.0:*
BEARMAN, P.W.*
Some measurements of the distortion of turbulence approaching a two-dimensional body.*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 93*
1971. `
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BEARMAN, P.W.*
An investigation of the forces on flat plates normal to a turbulent flow.*
J. Fluid Mech. 46, 177*
1971. `
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BEARMAN, P.W.; TRUEMAN, D.M.*
An investigation of flow around rectangular cylinders.*
Aero. Quart. 23, 229*
1972. `
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BEARMAN, P.W.*
On vortex shedding from a circular cylinder in the critical Reynolds number regime.*
J. Fluid Mech. 37, 577*
1969. `
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The relaxation of a turbulent shear layer after reattachment.*
J. Fluid Mech. 52, 113*
1972. `
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Mean flow calculations behind arbitrarily spaced cylinders.*
J. Basic Engg. 92, 536*
1970. `
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BUELL, D.A.*
An experimental investigation of the subsonic airflow over a cavity with antiresonance devices.*
NASA TND-6205*
1971. `
..59.0:*
BUTTE, J.N.; PICHON, J.*
Etude de la turbulence dans un ecoulement a surface libre au-dessus d'une singularite en forme de marche.*
Houille Blanche, 25, 331*
1970. `
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Experiments on the low-speed flow past cones.*
J. Fluid Mech. 27, 273*
1967. `
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Experiments on the flow past an inclined disk.*
J. Fluid Mech. 29, 691*
1967. `
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Wake characteristics of two-dimensional perforated plates normal to an air-stream.*
J. Fluid Mech. 46, 599*
1971. `
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CHAUDHRY, K.K.*
An experimental and theoretical investigation of turbulent separated reattached and redeveloped flows with transverse rectangular cavities.*
Indian Inst. Tech. Delhi, PhD. Thesis.*
1971. `
..59.0:*
CHEN, M.S.K.; FAN, L.T.; HWANG, C.L.; LEE, E.S.*
Air flow models in a confined space. A study in age distribution.*
AD 688238*
1969. `
..59.0,49.0:*
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Investigation of a two-dimensional fully stalled turbulent flow field.*
Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. MD-19*
1967. `
..59.0:*
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Decollement turbulent en fluide incompressible sur des corps epais calage.*
C. R. Acad.Sci. A, 269, 259*
1969. `
..59.0:*
CONTILIANO, R.*
An experimental and theoretical investigation of the interaction of a turbulent free shear layer with the rear edge of a hole.*
ARAP, Inc. Rept.130*
1969. `
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Continuous flow system. Distribution of residence times.*
Chem. Engg. Sci. 2, 1*
1953 . `
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FLETCHER, L.S.; BRIGGS, D.G.; PAGE, R.H.*
A review of heat transfer in separated and re attached flows.*
AIAA paper 70-767 and Israel J. Tech. 12, 236 (1974)*
1970. `
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Pressure fluctuations in separated flows.*
J. Sound and Vibration, 17, 113*
1971. `
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The structure and behaviour of laminar separation bubbles.*
Aero. Res. Council R. and M. 3595*
1967. `
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FRANCOIS, C.; WERLE, H.*
Experimental verification of the Prandtl-Batchelor theory.*
Recherche Aerospatiale, No. 128, 63*
1969. `
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Laminar separation, reattachment, and transition of the flow over a downstream-facing step.*
J. Basic Engg. 92, 732*
1970. `
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The form drag of two-dimensional bluff-plates immersed in turbulent boundary layers.*
J. Fluid Mech. 31, 547*
1968. `
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A survey of correlation length measurements of the vortex shedding process behind a circular cylinder.*
AD 650849*
1968. `
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Two-dimensional turbulent reattachment as a boundary layer problem.*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 4*
1966. `
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On boundary layers in two-dimensional flow with vorticity.*
J. Fluid Mech. 17, 141*
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Momentum transfer in turbulent separated flow past a rectangular cavity.*
J. Appl. Mech. 33, 641*
1966. `
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Further experiments with suction at a sudden enlargement in a pipe.*
J. Basic Engg. 92, 437*
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Incompressible jet mixing in ducts.*
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1967. `
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Experiments on vortex shedding from rotating circular cylinders.*
AIAA J. 7, 1817*
1969. `
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Mean properties of the turbulent near wake of a slender body with and without base injection.*
AIAA J. 7, 835*
1969. `
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Fluctuation measurements in the near wake of a wedge with and without base injection.*
AIAA J. 7, 664*
1969. `
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The turbulent near-wake of an axisymmetric body at subsonic speeds.*
Rutgers Univ. Dept. Mech. Aerospace Engg. RU-TR-132-MAE-F.*
1970. `
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Pressure fluctuations caused by separated bubble flows at subsonic speeds.*
RAE TR 71160*
1971. `
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Bluff bodies and vortex shedding - a report on Euromech 17*
J. Fluid Mech. 45, 209*
1971. `
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Reduction of base drag by boat-tailed afterbodies in low-speed flow.*
Aero. Quart. 20, 307*
1969. `
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Three-dimensional flow in cavities.*
J. Fluid Mech. 16, 620*
1963. `
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Force-momentum fields in a dual-jet flow.*
J. Fluid Mech. 7, 237*
1960 . `
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Flow around circular cylinders - a kaleidoscope of challenging fluid phenomena.*
Symposium on Fully Separated Flows, ASME.*
1964. `
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Turbulent boundary layers in diffusers exhibiting partial stall.*
J. Basic Engg. 89, 655*
1967. `
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J. Basic Engg. 86, 221*
1964. `
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A discussion of two-dimensional turbulent base flows.*
Aero. Res. Council R. and M. 3468*
1965. `
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Separation of turbulent incompressible flow from a curved, backward facing step.*
MIT Gas Turbine Lab. Rept. 87*
1966. `
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NTIM, B.A.*
A theoretical and experimental investigation of separation bubbles.*
Queen Mary College, Dept. Aero. Engg. PhD. Thesis.*
1969. `
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Separated flows. Project Themis final Scientific Report 1967-1971*
Rutgers Univ. Dept. Mech. Aerospace Engg. RU-TR-138-MAE-F, AD 733729*
1971. `
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Determination of the wake behind a bluff body of revolution at high Reynolds numbers.*
J. Aircraft 6, 569*
1969. `
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An investigation into the three-dimensional flow existing in a two-dimensional rectangular cavity.*
Imperial College, Aero. Dept. DIC Thesis.*
1963. `
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PETRYK, S.; BRUNDRETT, E.*
Recovery of a turbulent boundary layer disturbed by a single roughness element.*
Waterloo Univ. Dept. Mech. Engg. Res. Rept. 4*
1967. `
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The velocity field downstream from a two-dimensional model hill.*
Colorado State Univ. Rept. CER-65-EJP-14*
1965. `
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ROBERTSON, J.M.; TAULBEE, D.B.*
Turbulent boundary layer and separation flow ahead of a step.*
Proc. 11th Midwestern Mech. Conf. Developments in Mech. 5, 171*
1969. `
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Wind tunnel experiments on the flow over rectangular cavities at subsonic and transonic speeds.*
RAE TR 64037*
1964. `
..59.0:*
ROSHKO, A.*
A review of concepts in separated flow.*
Canadian Congr. Appl. Mech.*
1967. `
..59.0:*
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Predictions and experimental results for flow past sudden enlargement in a circular pipe.*
Aero. Res. Council no. 31791*
1969. `
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SAWYER, R.A.*
The flow due to a two-dimensional jet issuing parallel to a flat plate.*
J. Fluid Mech. 9, 543*
1960 . `
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A study of turbulent cavity flows.*
Yale Univ. DEng. Thesis.*
1964. `
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TANI, I.*
Low-speed flows involving bubble separations.*
Prog. Aero. Sci. 5, 70*
1964. `
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TANI, H.; IUCHI, M.; KOMODA, H.*
Experimental investigation of flow separation associated with a step or a groove.*
Tokyo Univ. Aero. Res. Inst. Rept. 364*
1961 . `
..59.0:*
TOWNES, H.W.; SABERSKY, R.H.*
Experiments on the flow over a rough surface.*
Int. J. Heat and Mass Transfer, 9, 729*
1966. `
..59.0:*
WALKER, T.B.*
Statistical flow properties downstream of a step-induced separation.*
Univ. Queensland, Dept. Mech. Engg. Rept. 70/4*
1970. `
..62.0:*
WYGNANSKI, I.; NEWMAN, B.G.*
The reattachment of an inclined two-dimensional jet to a flat surface in streaming flow.*
CASI Transactions, 1, 1*
1968. `
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Local heat transfer downstream of abrupt circular channel expansion.*
J. Heat Transfer, 92, 53*
1970. `
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Turbulent boundary-layer separation in front of a forward-facing step.*
AIAA J. 5, 1746*
1967. `
..60.0:*
ALBER, I.E.; BACON, J.W.; MASSON, B.S.; COLLINS, D.J.*
An experimental investigation of turbulent transonic viscous-inviscid interactions.*
AIAA paper 71-565*
1971. `
..22.1,44.2:*
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Aerodynamic broadband noise mechanisms applicable to axial compressors.*
NASA CR-1743*
1971. `
..60.0:*
ALLAN, J.W.*
An experimental study of the interaction between the reflected shock wave and a turbulent boundary layer in a shock tube.*
RAE TR 68089*
1968. `
..60.0:*
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An interaction model of a supersonic laminar boundary layer on sharp and rounded backward facing steps.*
AIAA J. 6, 440*
1968. `
..60.0:*
BEHRENS, W.*
Separation of a supersonic turbulent boundary layer by a forward facing step.*
AIAA paper 71-127*
1971. `
..60.0:*
CHYU, W.H.; HANLY, R.D.*
Power and cross-spectra and space-time correlations of surface fluctuating pressures at Mach numbers between 1.6 and 2.5*
NASA TN D-5440*
1969. `
..60.0:*
FINLEY, P.J.*
Experiments on the reattachment of a turbulent axisymmetric shear layer.*
Aero. Quart. 18, 379*
1967. `
..60.0:*
FISHER, S.A.*
On the mechanism of supersonic intake instability, with some thoughts for further work.*
Aero. Res. Labs., Australia, ME Note 313*
1970. `
..60.0:*
FLETCHER, L.S.*
Base heat transfer in an axisymmetric supersonic flow.*
AIAA J. 8, 974*
1970. `
..60.0:*
GREEN, J.E.*
Interaction between shock waves and turbulent boundary layers.*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 11, 235*
1970. `
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GREEN, J.E.*
Reflexion of an oblique shock wave by a turbulent boundary layer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 40, 81*
1970. `
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GREEN, J.E.; DYKE, M.*
Shock wave and boundary layer interaction.*
RAE Lib. Bib. 307*
1969. `
..60.0:*
GREEN, J.E.*
Some aspects of viscous-inviscid interactions at transonic speeds, and their dependence on Reynolds number.*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 83*
1971. `
..60.0:*
HOWELL, R.H.; KORST, H.H.*
Drag associated with separated flow over two- dimensional V-shaped notches under transonic and supersonic conditions.*
NASA CR-1132*
1968. `
..60.0:*
HUNTER, L.G.; REEVES, B.L.*
Results of a strong interaction wake-like model of supersonic separated and reattaching turbulent flows.*
AIAA J. 9, 703*
1971. `
..60.0,23.0:*
KISTLER, A.L.*
Fluctuating wall pressure under a separated supersonic flow.*
J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 36, 543*
1964. `
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KORKEGI, R.H.*
Survey of viscous interactions associated with high Mach number flight.*
AIAA J. 9, 771*
1971. `
..60.0:*
McCABE, A.*
The three-dimensional interaction of a shock wave with a turbulent boundary layer.*
Aero. Quart. 17, 201*
1966. `
..60.0:*
McDONALD, H.*
The turbulent supersonic base pressure problem - a comparison between a theory and some experimental evidence.*
Aero. Quart. 17, 105*
1966. `
..60.0:*
MUKERJEE, T.; MARTIN, B.W.*
Turbulent shear layer reattachment downstream of a backward-facing step in confined supersonic axisymmetric flow.*
J. Fluid Mech. 39, 307*
1969. `
..60.0:*
NAYSMITH, A.*
Measurements of heat transfer rates in axisymmetric separated flow in free flight at supersonic and hypersonic speeds.*
RAE TR 71018*
1971. `
..60.0:*
REDA, D.C.; PAGE, R.H.*
Supersonic turbulent flow reattachment downstream of a two-dimensional backstep.*
Rutgers Univ. Dept. Mech. Aerospace Engg. RU-TR-125-MAE-F.*
1969. `
..60.0:*
REDING, J.P.; GUENTHER, R.A.; ERICSSON, L.E.; LEFF, A.D.*
Non-existence of axisymmetric separated flow.*
AIAA J. 7, 1374*
1969. `
..60.0:*
ROM, J.; KRONZON, Y.; SEGINER, A.*
The velocity, pressure and temperature distribution in the turbulent supersonic near wake behind a two dimensional wedge-flat plate model.*
Israel J. Tech. 6, 84*
1968. `
..60.0:*
ROM, J.; SEGINER, A.; GREEN, M.*
Investigation of heat transfer in base type supersonic laminar and transitional separated flows.*
Technion, Dept. Aero. Engg. Rept. 111*
1970. `
..60.0:*
ROM, J.; SEGINER, A.; KRONZON, J.*
The flow fields in the turbulent supersonic near wake behind a two-dimensional wedge-flat plate model.*
Technion, Dept. Aero. Engg. Rept. 54*
1966. `
..60.0:*
ROSE, W.C.; MURPHY, J.D.; WATSON, E.C.*
Interaction of an oblique shock wave with a turbulent boundary layer.*
AIAA J. 6, 1792*
1968. `
..60.0:*
ROSHKO, A.; THOMKE, G.J.*
Supersonic turbulent boundary layer interaction with a compression corner at very high Reynolds number.*
Douglas Aircraft Co. Paper 10163*
1969. `
..60.0:*
SANDFORD, J.; GINOUX, J.J.*
Laminar transitional and turbulent heat transfer behind a backward facing step in supersonic flow.*
Von Karman Inst. Belgium, TN 38*
1968. `
..60.0:*
SCHERBERG, M.G.*
Wake recirculation flows generated by flows (M>1) over rearward facing steps and blunt bases.*
Israel J. Tech. 7, 195*
1969. `
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SCHOFIELD, W.H.*
Turbulent boundary layers in compressible flow and their interactions with normal shock waves - a survey and proposed investigation.*
Aero. Res. Lab. Australia, Mech. Engg. Note 321*
1970. `
..60.0:*
SEDDON, J.*
The flow produced by interaction of a turbulent boundary layer with a normal shock wave of strength sufficient to cause separation.*
Aero. Res. Council R. and M. 3502*
1960 . `
..60.0:*
SEDDON, J.*
Boundary layer interaction effects in intakes with particular reference to those designed for dual subsonic and supersonic performance.*
RAE TR 66099*
1966. `
..60.0:*
SEEBAUGH, W.R.; CHILDS, M.E.*
Influence of suction on shock wave-turbulent boundary layer interactions for two-dimensional and axially symmetric flows.*
NASA CR-1639*
1970. `
..60.0:*
SHAMROTH, S.J.*
On integral methods for predicting shear layer behaviour.*
J. Appl. Mech. 36, 673*
1969. `
..60.0:*
SIRIEIX, M.; DELERY, J.; MIRANDE, J.*
Recherches experimentales fondamentales sur les ecoulements separes et applications.*
ONERA TP 520*
1967. `
..60.0:*
THOMKE, G.J.; ROSHKO, A.*
Incipient separation of a turbulent boundary layer at high Reynolds number in two-dimensional supersonic flow over a compression corner.*
NASA-DAC-59819*
1969. `
..60.0:*
VALENTINE, D.T.; PRZIREMBEL, C.E.G.*
Turbulent axisymmetric near-wake at Mach four with base injection.*
AIAA J. 8, 2279*
1970. `
..60.0:*
WATSON, E.C.; ROSE, W.C.; MORRIS, S.J.; GALLO, W.F.*
Studies of the interaction of a turbulent boundary layer and a shock wave at Mach numbers between 2 and 10*
NASA SP-216*
1969. `
..60.0:*
WEINBAUM, S.; GARVINE, R.W.*
On the two-dimensional viscous counterpart of the one-dimensional sonic throat.*
J. Fluid Mech. 39, 57*
1969. `
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EAST, L.F.; HOXEY, R.P.*
Low-speed three-dimensional boundary-layer data, parts 1 and 2*
Aero. Res. Council R. and M. 3653*
1969. `
..16.2:*
HALL, M.G.*
Scale effects in flows over swept wings.*
RAE TR 71043*
1971. `
..61.0:*
LIGHTHILL, M.J.; SILVERLEAF, A.*
A discussion on architectural aerodynamics.*
Proc. Roy. Soc. A, 269, 323*
1971. `
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JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Measurements in a three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer induced by a swept, forward-facing step.*
J. Fluid Mech. 42, 823*
1970. `
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PERRY, A.E.; JOUBERT, P.N.*
A three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 22, 285*
1965. `
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A three-dimensional single roughness element in a turbulent boundary layer.*
Colorado State Univ. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Lab. RM 4*
1965. `
..61.0:*
VOITENKO, D.M.; ZUBKOV, A.I.; PANOV, YU.A.*
The existence of supersonic zones in three-dimensional separated flows.*
RAE Lib. Trans. 1302*
1968. `
..61.0:*
WINKELMANN, A.E.*
Aerodynamic interaction phenomena produced by a fin protuberance partially immersed in a turbulent boundary layer at Mach 5*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 71*
1971. `
..62.0:*
ANON.*
Analysis of a jet in a subsonic crosswind. (A symposium held at Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, Sept. 9-10, 1969).*
NASA SP-218*
1969. `
..62.0:*
BRAUN, W.; GOLDSTEIN, M.E.*
Analysis of the mixing region for a two-dimensional jet injected at an angle to a moving stream.*
NASA TN D-5531*
1969. `
..62.0:*
BROWN, F.T.*
Advances in fluidics.*
The 1967 Fluidics Symp. Chicago, Ill. ASME.*
1967. `
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CROW, S.C.; CHAMPAGNE, F.H.*
Orderly structure in jet turbulence.*
J. Fluid Mech. 48, 547*
1971. `
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A study of free jet impingement. Part 1. Mean properties of free and impinging jets.*
J. Fluid Mech. 45, 281*
1971. `
..62.0:*
DONALDSON, C. DuP.; SNEDEKER, R.S.; MARGOLIS, D.P.*
A study of free jet impingement. Part 2, Free jet turbulence structure and impingement heat transfer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 45, 477*
1971. `
..62.0:*
FEJER, A.A.; HERMANN, W.G.; TORDA, T.P.*
Factors that enhance jet mixing.*
AD-700761*
1969. `
..62.0:*
KEFFER, J.F.; BAINES, W.D.*
The round turbulent jet in a cross-wind.*
J. Fluid Mech. 15, 481*
1963. `
..62.0:*
KNYSTAUTAS, R.*
The turbulent jet from a series of holes in line.*
Aero. Quart. 15, 1*
1964. `
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LINFORD, A.*
Fluidics - principles and practice.*
Chartered Mech. Engr. 16, 197*
1969. `
..62.0:*
McGHEE, R.J.*
Jet-plume-induced flow separation on axisymmetric bodies at Mach numbers of 3.00, 4.50 and 6.00*
NASA TM X-2059*
1970. `
..62.0:*
McMAHON, H.M.; HESTER, D.D.; PALFREY, J.G.*
Vortex shedding from a turbulent jet in a cross-wind.*
J. Fluid Mech. 48, 73*
1971. `
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McREE, D.I.; EDWARDS, J.A.*
Three-dimensional turbulent jet reattachment.*
ASME Paper 70-WA/Flcs-5*
1970. `
..62.0:*
MARTIN, J.A.; McGHEE, R.J.*
Flow field resulting from forward-facing nozzles exhausting near a large cylindrical body at free-stream Mach numbers of 3.0, 4.5 and 6.0*
NASA TN D-6103*
1971. `
..62.0:*
MOLLOY, N.A.; TAYLOR, P.L.*
Oscillatory flow of a jet into a blind cavity.*
Nature, 224, 1192*
1969. `
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PLATTEN, J.L.; KEFFER, J.F.*
Deflected turbulent jet flows.*
J. Appl. Mech. 38, 756*
1971. `
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RAWCLIFFE, H.S.*
Fluidics - the first ten years.*
Defence Res. Estab. Valcartier, Canada, TN 1836/69*
1969. `
..62.0:*
ROBILLARD, L.*
Mouvement periodique d'un jet bidimensionnel plan dans un contre-courant et production de tourbillons alternes.*
J. de Mecanique, 10, 113*
1971. `
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ROGERS, R.C.*
A study of the mixing of hydrogen injected normal to a supersonic airstream.*
NASA TN D-6114*
1971. `
..62.0:*
ROZENMAN, T.; WEINSTEIN, H.*
Recirculation patterns in the initial region of coaxial jets.*
NASA CR-1595*
1970. `
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SEDDON, J.; DYKE, M.*
Ejectors and mixing of streams.*
RAE Lib. Bib. 252*
1964. `
..62.0:*
STRONG, D.R.; SIDDON, T.E.; CHU, W.T.*
Pressure fluctuations on a flat plate with oblique jet impingement.*
NASA CR-839*
1967. `
..62.0:*
TANNEY, J.W.*
Fluidics.*
Prog. Aero. Sci. 10, 401*
1970. `
..62.0:*
WEEKS, S.B.*
A theoretical and experimental investigation of turbulent jet interaction.*
AD 704086*
1970. `
..62.0:*
WERLE, M.J.; SHAFFER, D.G.; DRIFTMYER, R.T.*
Downstream pressure distributions for two-dimensional jet interactions.*
AIAA J. 8, 1165*
1970. `
..62.0:*
WOLFSHTEIN, M.*
A theory for turbulent stagnation flow.*
Technion, Dept. Aero. Engg. Rept. 106*
1970. `
..62.0:*
WOLFSHTEIN, M.*
Some solutions of the plane turbulent impinging jet.*
J. Basic Engg. 92, 915*
1970. `
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..14.0: first k, eps.*
PRANDTL, L.; WIEGHARDT, K.E.G.*
Uber eine neue Formelsystem fuer die ausgebildete Turbulenz*
Nachrichten der Akad. Wiss, Gottingen, Math.-Phys. Klasse, p. 16*
1945 . `
..13.0: classical paper, written before Nov. 1943. `Chou' in journal, modern spelling is `Zhou'*
CHOU, P.Y.*
On velocity correlations and the solutions of the equations of turbulent fluctuations*
Quart. Appl. Math. 3, 38*
1945 . `
..05.0: appendix derives log law by dimensional analysis*
SQUIRE, H.B.*
Reconsideration of the theory of free turbulence*
Phil Mag., Ser. 7, vol. 39, No. 288, p. 1*
1948 . `
..13.0: classical papers - in German*
ROTTA, J.C.*
Statistical theory of inhomogeneous turbulence. Parts 1 and 2
Zeit. fuer Phys. 129, 547 and 131, 51*
1951 . `
..30.1: data fit for 60 < Re < 600 (Re based on vel. though pores). K=6.5Re^{-1/3}(1-beta)/beta^2*
WIEGHARDT, K.E.G.*
On the resistance of screens*
Aero. Quart. (Roy. Aero. Soc.) 4, 186*
1953 . `
..28.1: classical paper*
KLINE, S.J.; McCLINTOCK, F.A.*
Describing uncertainties in single-sample experiments*
ASME Mechanical Engineering, Jan., 3-8*
1953...29.5: Cambridge work*
PRESTON, J.H.*
The determination of turbulent skin friction by means of pitot tubes*
J. Roy. Aero. Soc. 58, 109*
1954 .`
..54.0,24.2,12.2:urtext, quelle etc for horseshoes*
THEODORSEN, T.*
The structure of turbulence*
Funfzig Jahre Grenzschichtforschung (H. Gortler and W. Tollmien, Eds), Vieweg, p. 55*
1955 . `
..12.2,50.0,30.1: classic experiment*
UBEROI, M.S.*
Effect of wind-tunnel contraction on free-stream turbulence*
J. Aero. Sci. 23, 754*
1956 . `
..07.0:damping function*
VAN DRIEST, E.R.*
On turbulent flow near a wall*
J. Aero. Sci. 23, 1007*
1956 . `
..05.0,07.0,12.1: still useful*
CLAUSER, F.H.*
The turbulent boundary layer*
Adv. Appl. Mech.4, 2*
1956 .`
..22.2: still useful*
ANON.*
The direction of research establishments*
H.M. Stationery Office*
1957 . `
..16.1:characteristics for region of influence*
RAETZ, G.S.*
A method of calculating three-dimensional laminar boundary layers of steady compressible flows*
Northrop Aircraft Inc. Rept. NAI-58-73 (BLC-114)*
1957 .`
..54.0: Burgers vortex and extensions*
ROTT, N.*
On the viscous core of a line vortex*
ZAMP 9b, 543*
1958 .`
..12.2,22.2: gives Re-stress transport equations but is mainly mixing length. We have progressed*
YEN, K.T.*
An introduction to the theories of turbulence*
Graduate lecture notes, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute*
1959 . `
..18.1: refined Van Driest transformation with disposable C, C_1 and Pr_t*
ROTTA, J.C.*
Turbulent boundary layers with heat transfer in compressible flow*
AGARD Rept. 281*
1960 .`
..29.2: overestimate asymptotes to about 3 times wall stress at hole size of 600 wall units*
SHAW, R.*
The influence of hole dimensions on static pressure measurements*
J. Fluid Mech. 7, 550*
1960 .`
..25.6: SGS model*
SMAGORINSKY, J.*
General circulation experiments with the primitive equations. I. The basic experiment*
Monthly Weather Review 91, 99*
1963. `
..29.6,25.1: rigorous definitions*
STUART, J.T.; PANKHURST, R.C.; BRYER, D.W.*
Particle paths, filament lines and streamlines*
Nat. Phys. Lab. Aero Rept 1057*
1963. `
..23.0: basic theory*
CORCOS, G.M.*
The resolution of pressure in turbulence*
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 35, 192*
1963. `
..24.1: Kelvin-Helmholz frequency .023U/(initial disp. thickness)*
WILLE, R.*
Contributions to the phenomenology of free jets*
Z. fur Flugwiss. 11, 222*
1963. `
..30.1: still quite up to date, alas*
BRADSHAW, P.; PANKHURST, R.C.*
The design of low-speed wind tunnels*
Prog. Aero. Sci. 5, 1*
1964. `
..55.0: equations for non-collateral flow, plus mean flow meas. in up to 12 deg. diffusers after short entry length*
PIERCE, F.J.*
The turbulent flow at the plane of symmetry of a collateral three-dimensional boundary layer*
J. Basic Engg 86, 227*
1964. `
..29.1,30.1: mainly probes and manometers*
ANON.*
Flow measurement facilities and auxiliary equipment*
AVA and MPI fur Stromungsforschung, Gottingen*
1964. `
..18.2: up to 1400 million*
MOORE, D.R.; HARKNESS, J.*
Experimental investigation of the compressible turbulent boundary layer at very high Reynolds numbers*
AIAA Paper 64-592*
1964. `
..29.3: very general case*
BERGH, H.; TIJDEMAN, H.*
Theoretical and experimental results for the dynamic response of prsssure measuring systems*
NLR, Amsterdam, TR F.238*
1965. `
..24.2,24.7:just so*
STUART, J.T.*
The production of intense shear layers by vortex stretching and convection*
Nat. Phys. Lab., Teddington, England, Aero Rept 1147*
1965. `
..21.3: correction is of order of rms intensity*
HESKESTAD, G.*
A generalized Taylor hypothesis with application for high Reynolds number turbulent shear flows*
J. Appl. Mech. 32, Dec., p. 1*
1965. `
..54.0:"Stuart vortices", psi=ln(C cosh y + A cos x), row of z-wise vortices*
STUART, J.T.*
On finite amplitude oscillations in laminar mixing layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 29, 417*
1967. `
..16.1,59.2:part 1 on infinite wings is p. 55 - need 6 in. rad. of curve. to get turb. BL at 35 deg sweep. Gaster p. 165*
CUMPSTY, N.A.; HEAD, M.R.*
The calculation of three-dimensional tubulent boundary layers. Part 2 - attachment-line flow on an infinite swept wing*
Aero. Quart. 18, 150*
1967. `
..16.2,59.2: Lancaster flight tests - Cumpsty p. 150*
GASTER, M.*
On the flow along swept leading edges*
Aero. Quart. 18, 150*
1967. `
..20.0,21.2: calcs. using Gartshore data*
NEWMAN, B.G.*
Turbulent jets and wakes in a pressure gradient*
Fluid Mech. of Internal Flow (G. Sovran, ed.), Elsevier, p. 170*
1967. `
..49.0,30.1: just so - see Johnston 1998 for a prediction method*
SOVRAN, G.; KLOMP, E.D.*
Experimentally determined optimum geometries for rectilinear diffusers with rectangular, conical or angular cross-section*
Fluid Mech. of Internal Flow (G. Sovran, ed.), Elsevier, p. 270*
1967. `
..29.2: large (compared to displacement thickness) holes in compressible flow have errors "many times" Shaw (1960)*
RAINBIRD, W.J.*
Errors in measurement of mean static pressure of a moving fluid due to pressure holes*
Canadian DME/NAE Quart. Bull., pt. 3
1967. `
..61.0: hot wire measurements of mean vel. and longitudinal-component turbulence - plain cyl. base*
VANWAGENEN, R.G.*
A study of axially-symmetric subsonic base flow*
PhD Thesis University of Washington*
1968. `
..59.0,12.1: shows phase of lam/turb response to p.g. - figs 5, 6*
ACHENBACH, E.*
Distribution of local pressure and skin friction around a circular cylinder in crossflow up to Re = 5 million*
J. Fluid Mech. 34, 625*
1968. `
..08.0: results and correlation for bilog. law additive constant*
STEVENSON, T.N.*
Inner region of transpired turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 6, 553*
1968. `
..12.2,14.0: REL told PB that Hinze (p. 24) thought of 4-th order eddy viscosity first*
LUXTON, R.E.; MANTON, M.J.; BANNER, M.L.*
On the concept of eddy viscosity*
Mech. and Chem. Engg Trans, Inst. Engrs of Australia, vol. MC4, no. 1, p.15*
1968. `
..22.1,24.1: Re/initial-condition effects - 2" and 6" jets howled even with turbulent nozzle BL, full-scale engine didn't, ooops*
BRADSHAW, P.; FLINTOFF, J.L.; MIDDLETON, D.*
Unexplained scale effects in ejector shroud "howling".
J. Sound Vib. 7, 183*
1968. `
..61.0: "high" means up to 60000, but some results with trips. Pressure distributions only*
MAXWORTHY, T.*
Experiments on the flow around a sphere at high Reynolds numbers*
J. Appl. Mech. 36, 598*
1969. `
..11.1,05.0: mixing length formulas for linear tau and q*
BRADSHAW, P.*
A note on the "Law of the Wall" for temperature*
NPL Aero Note 1080*
1969. `
..29.5: single pivot to one side of element - element stays flush with surface and there is a "mechanical advantage"*
HEADLEY, J.W.*
Skin friction balance*
J. Sci. Instrum. (J. Phys. E), ser. 2 - 2, 380*
1969. `
..25.6,14.0,12.1: discussion of DNS possibilities - 50 million hours on KDF9 for a lab.-scale experiment. Harlow-Nakayama model more hopeful*
COSTIN, G.D.L.*
Numerical study of the growth of turbulence in a uniform shear flow*
Sydney Univ. ME Dept TN F-10*
1969. `
..54.0: nice flow viz*
PIZIALI, R.; TRENKA, A.*
An experimental study of blade tip vortices*
Cornell Aero. Lab. CAL AC-2647-S-1*
1970. `
..14.0: one-eq. TKE model with eddy vis. and weighted-integral von-Karman-like lengthscale*
GAWAIN, T.H.; PRITCHETT, J.W.*
A unified heuristic model of turbulence*
J. Comp. Phys. 5, 383*
1970. `
..23.0,06.0: pinhole mics. Still useful*
BLAKE, W.K.*
Turbulent boundary-layer wall-pressure fluctuations on smooth and rough walls*
J. Fluid Mech. 44, 637*
1970. `
..43.0,21.3: Taylor's hypothesis not good for buoyant plumes*
DAVISON, D.S.*
The translation velocity of convective plumes*
Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc. 100, 572*
1971. `
..23.0,21.3: just so *
WILLS, J.A.B.*
Measurements of the wave-number/phase velocity spectrum of wall pressure beneath a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 45, 65*
1971. `
..08.0,57.0: mean flow only - well behaved bilog law below internal layer*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
The effect of a discontinuity in wall blowing on the turbulent incompressible boundary layer*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer 14, 2083*
1971. `
..12.2: Logik der Forschung - Corrsin divides into "exploration" and "verification"*
LUXTON, R.E.*
Theoria of experiment in turbulent flows*
$th Australasian Conf. on Hydraulics and Fluid Mech., Melbourne and U. Sydney ME Dept Kolling Lab. rept. 221*
1971. `
..31.1: bi-directional, receiver wires at right angles to pulsed wire. To first approx., resolves vel. in direction normal to both*
BRADBURY, L.J.S.; CASTRO, I.P.*
A pulsed-wire technique for velocity measurements in highly-turbulent flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 49, 657*
1971. `
..24.1,18.2: The "Langley Curve" for dependence of mixing layer spreading rate on M*
BIRCH, S.F.; EGGERS, J.M.*
Free turbulent shear flows*
NASA SP-321, vol. 1, p. 36*
1972. `
..54.0: still useful - explanation in self-induced pressure gradient*
HALL, M.G.*
Vortex breakdown*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 4, 195*
1972. `
..25.1,18.1: still a useful review*
GOLDSTEIN, S.*
The Navier-Stokes equations and the bulk viscosity of simple gases*
J. Math. and Phys. Sci., Univ of Madras, 6, 225 (Bhatnagar anniversary issue)*
1972. `
..05.0,19.2: analogy between wall law and Kolmogorov theory - also briefly in Tennekes and Lumley*
MELLOR, G.L.*
The large Reynolds number asymptotic theory of turbulent boundary layers*
Int. J. Engg Sci. 10, 851*
1972. `
..31.1,32.2:heated wire and 2 parallel pickups 0.1 mm downstream, 0.07 mm apart*
BEGUIER, C.; REY, C.; DUMAS, R.; ASTIER, M.*
A new anemometer probe*
Comptes Rendus 277A, 475*
1973. `
..12.2,19.3,19.4: regards unpredictability as fairly obvious - Kraichnan DIA calcs.*
HERRING, J.R.; RILEY, J.J.*
Growth of uncertainty in decaying isotropic turbulence*
J. Atmos. Sci. 30, 997*
1973. `
..06.0: density parameter is ratio of surface plan area to frontal area of roughness. Data scattered*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
A generalized correlation of roughness density effects on the turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA Journal 11, 242*
1973. `
..30.1: upstream-pointing pyramid*
GIBBINGS, J.C.*
The pyramid gauze diffuser*
Ing.-Arch. 42, 225*
1973. `
..09.1: good physical review*
LUMLEY, J.L. *
Drag reduction in turbulent flow by polymer additives*
J. Polymer Sci. D, Macromol. Revs. 7, 263*
1973. `
..44.2,45.0: effectively inviscid review*
HORLOCK, J.H.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Secondary flows - theory, experiment and application in turbomachinery aerodynamics*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 5, 247*
1973. `
..13.0: Daly and Harlow anisotropic dissipation assumption shot down - the "trek to determinacy"*
CORRSIN, S.*
Comment on "Transport equations in turbulence"*
Phys. Fluids 16, 157*
1973. `
..12.2: sudden but arbitrary distortion - RDT calcs.*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Rapid distortion of axisymmetric turbulence*
Curr. Sci. (India) 42, 632*
1973. `
..24.1,18.2: just so*
BROWN, G.L.; ROSHKO, A.*
On density effects and large structure in turbulent mixing layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 64, 775*
1974. `
..24.1: integrate Biot Savart excluding central 2l where l related to core omega*
WIDNALL, S.E.; BLISS, D.B.*
Self induced motion and stability of concentrated vortex filaments*
Arch. Mech. 26, 459*
1974. `
..25.4: J. Harris, 1982, says better than box grid*
BLOTTNER, W.*
Variable grid scheme*
Comp. Methods in Appl. Mech. and Engg 4, 179*
1974. `
..29.2: laminar flow expts, calcs and limited measurements in turbulent flow*
BECKER, H.A.; BROWN, A.P.G.*
Response of Pitot probes in turbulent streams*
J. Fluid Mech. 62, 85*
1974. `
..54.0,49.0: linearized theory and mean flow meas.*
NISHI, M.; SENOO, Y.*
Investigation of strength and paths of vortices shed from vortex generators in a pipe and application to conical diffusers*
Bull. JSME 17, 326*
1974. `
..54.0,59.2,32.1: discusses vortex wandering. Says uniformly-distributed particles centrifuged out*
ORLOFF, K.L.*
Trailing vortex wind-tunnel diagnostics with a laser velocimeter*
J. Aircraft 11, 477*
1974. `
..28.1: one of the first of the computer-age reviews - points out that inadequate A/D dynamic range underestimates flatness*
VAN ATTA, C.W.*
Sampling techniques in turbulence measurements*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 6, 75*
1974. `
..19.2: disapproves of lognormal dissipation*
MANDELBROT, B. B.*
Intermittent turbulence in self-similar cascades - divergence of high moments and dimension of the carrier*
J. Fluid Mech. 62, 331*
1974. `
..14.0: Jones-Launder k, eps. model with new (now-standard) constants*
LAUNDER, B.E.; SHARMA, B.I.*
Application of the energy dissipation model of turbulence to the calculation of flow near a spinning disc*
Letters in Heat and Mass Transf. 1, 131*
1974. `
..22.2: 150 pp. Many wise words, esp. on communication/publication. Tanner Philos. Lib. Q175.Z54*
ZIMAN, J.M.*
Public knowledge. An essay concerning the social dimension of science*
Cambridge U.P.*
1974. `
..13.0,06.0,57.0: simplified Lumley & Khajeh-Nouri stress+dissipation model*
RAO, K.S.; WYNGAARD, J.C.; COTE, O.R.*
The structure of two-dimensional internal layer over a sudden change of surface roughness*
J. Atmos. Sci. 31, 738*
1974. `
..11.6: 8/3 ="3 - 1/3"*
MANDELBROT, B.*
On the geometry of homogenous turbulence, with stress on the fractal dimension of the iso-surfaces of scalars*
J. Fluid Mech. 72, 401*
1975. `
..25.6: dodgy transport eqn for SGS K.E.*
SCHUMANN, U.*
Subgrid scale model for finite difference simulations of turbulent flows in plane channels and annuli*
J. Comp. Phys. 18, 376*
1975. `
..42.3: Johns Hopkins oscillating grids*
WOLANSKI, E.J.; BRUSH, L.M.*
Turbulent entrainment across stable density step structures*
Tellus 27, 259*
1975. `
..50.0,11.3,59.0:Re up to 300000 - "ceiling" above 7-10 percent*
LOWERY, G.W.; VACHON, R.I.*
The effect of turbulence on heat transfer from heated cylinders*
Int. J. Heat and Mass Transf. 18, 1229*
1975. `
..09.2,59.0: briefly, they don't*
HERZINGER, G.A.*
Note on the settling of small particles in a recirculating flow*
AIAA J. 13, 837*
1975. `
..25.7: BL approx OK for small bubbles*
MURPHY, J.D.; PRESLEY, L.L.; ROSE, W.C.*
On the calculation of supersonic separating and reattaching flows*
AGARD-CP-168*
1975. `
..29.6,11.6: quoted by Dahm Phys. Fluids A3, 1115, 1991*
SHERWOOD, T.K.; PIGFORD, R.L.; WILKE, C.R.*
Mass Transfer*
McGraw-Hill*
1975. `
..11.3,21.2: conventional temp. profile wider than vel. profile but instantaneous boundaries the same*
DAVIES, A.E.; KEFFER, J.F.; BAINES, W.D.*
Spread of a heated plane turbulent jet*
Phys. Fluids 18, 770*
1975. `
..14.0: one eqn. for k, and algebraic l - used for wall layer by several later workers*
NORRIS, H.L.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Turbulent channel flow with moving wavy boundary*
Stanford Univ Mech Engg Dept Rept FM-10*
1975. `
..05.0,07.0,15.0: first comment that log law fits better than mixing length in adverse p.g.?*
GALBRAITH, R.A.McD.; HEAD, M.R.*
Eddy viscosity and mixing length from measured boundary layer developments*
Aero. Quart. 26, 133*
1975. `
..53.0: delta/R roughly 0.01 - at least 3 percent change in c_f*
MERONEY, R.N.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Turbulent boundary-layer growth over a longitudinally curved surface*
AIAA J. 13, l448*
1975.
..23.0: one-sided T.E. taper (various, some with separation/vortex streeet)*
BLAKE, W.K.*
A statistical description of pressure and velocity fields at the trailing edges of a flat strut*
David Taylor NSRDC Rept 4241*
1975. `
..23.0: enormous - protrusion much worse than recess*
HANLY, R.D.*
Effects of transducer flushness on fluctuating surface pressure measurements*
AIAA-75-534*
1975. `
..05.0,16.1: mixing-length formula - recommended only for small departures from collinearity. p. 127 is 35 deg. wing expt.*
BERG, B. van den*
A three-dimensional law of the wall for turbulent shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 70, 149*
1975. `
..12.1,05.0: concentrates on coherent structures and bursts*
WILLMARTH, W.W.*
Structure of turbulence in boundary layers*
Adv. Appl. Mech. 15, 159*
1975. `
..30.2: matched power-law curves*
MOREL, T.*
Comprehensive design of axisymmetric wind-tunnel contractions*
J. Fluids Engg 97, 225*
1975. `
..29.2: corrections*
LAWN, C.J.*
The calibration of a cylindrical pressure probe for recirculating flow measurements*
Berkeley Nuclear Labs., Central Elec. Gen. Board, RD/B/N3269*
1975. `
..06.0: including skewness and flatness. 50$ on-off square wave bars*
WOOD, D.H.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Measurements in a turbulent boundary layer over a d-type surface roughness*
ASME J. Appl. Mech. 42, 591*
1975. `
..13.0: argues via TKE eqn. that transport is trace of original vel.-p.g. term in transport equation*
LUMLEY, J.L.*
Pressure-strain correlation*
Phys. Fluids 18, 750*
1975. `
..13.0: addition of modeled dissipation equation to Bradshaw Ferriss Atwell shear-stress equation - not worth while since only for thin shear layer*
GOTTLIEB, L.; LARNAES, G.*
A dissipation rate equation and its application to turbulent-boundary-layer calculations*
Danish Center for Appl. Math. and Mech., TU Denmark, Rept. 95*
1975. `
..50.0,48.0: 6 sec^-1 - see also Murthy, Squid Internal Flows Workshop, 1976*
AHMAD, Q.A.; LUXTON, R.E.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Characteristics of a turbulent boundary layer with an external turbulent uniform shear flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 77, 369*
1976. `
..46.0,07.0: "laminar equivalent" Reynolds number based on hydraulic diameter*
JONES, O.C.*
An improvement in the calculation of turbulent friction in rectangular ducts*
J. Fluids Engg 98, 173*
1976. `
..28.1: refers to other FFT-based methods*
LARSEN, H.*
An algorithm to compute the sequency-ordered Walsh transform*
IEEE Trans on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Proc. ASSP-24, 335*
1976. `
..25.6: Corrsin suggests deriving p. fluc. from computer solution*
CORRSIN, S.; KOLLMANN, W.*
Preliminary report on sheared cellular motion as a qualitative mode of homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
In "Turbulence in Internal Flows" (Project SQUID workshop, S.N.B. Murthy, Ed., Hemisphere)*
1976. `
..54.0,24.2: Karlsruhe work*
WIMMER, M.*
Experiments on a viscous fluid flow between concentric rotating spheres*
J. Fluid Mech. 78, 317*
1976. `
..28.1: Met Office 2D curve fitting program - ApSimon, M.E.*
SYKES, R.I.; HATTON, L.*
Computation of horizontal trajectories based on the surface geostrophic wind*
Atmos. Env. 10, 925*
1976. `
..62.0,55.0: unstable free stag pt if 2 axi jets impinge on each other*
WITZE, P.O.; DWYER, H.A.*
The turbulent radial jet*
J. Fluid Mech 75, 401*
1976. `
..60.0:building-block expts and companion num. sims. - the way to go*
MARVIN, J.G.*
Experiments planned specifically for developing turbulence models in computations of flow fields around aerodynamic shapes*
AGARD-CP-210, paper 14*
1976. `
..24.1,44.2: weak when velocities unequal so that vel. defect disappears*
BOLDMAN, D.R.; BRINICH, P.F.; GOLDSTEIN, M.E.*
Vortex shedding from a blunt trailing edge with equal and unequal external mean velocities*
J. Fluid Mech 75, 721*
1976. `
..32.1: still useful 20 years later*
DURST, F.; MELLING, A.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Principles and practice of laser-Doppler anemometry*
Academic Press, New York*
1976. `
..02.1: oblique in x-y plane - hot wire rake and wall-stress film probes. Published in Phys. Fluids?*
BROWN, G.L.; THOMAS, A.S.W.*
Large structure in a turbulent boundary layer*
Univ. Adelaide ME Dept TN 16/76*
1976. `
..30.2: vortex panel method plus BFA TBL model. 2D and axi.*
BORGER, G.G.*
The optimization of wind tunnel contractions for the subsonic range*
Ph.D. Thesis, Ruhr Univ., NASA-TT-F-16899*
1976. `
..31.1: the two agree - contradicting Perry and Morrison, JFM 47, 765 (1971)*
BRUUN, H.H.*
A note on static and dynamic calibration of constant-temperature hot-wire probes*
J. Fluid Mech. 76, 145*
1976. `
..18.2: primary report on M=3 cooled wall - see AGARDograph 263*
LADERMAN, A.J.; DEMETRIADES, A.*
Investigation of the structure of a cooled wall turbulent supersonic boundary layer*
Ford Aeronutronic Division Pub. No. U-6370*
1977. `
..29.5,07.0: comments on unreliability of sublayer meas. - see McEligot 1984 draft*
PIERCE, F.J.; GOLD, D.S.*
Near wall velocity measurements for wall shear inference in turbulent flows*
NBS Special Pub. 484, p. 621*
1977. `
..43.0: intensities depend only on Z/L*
PANOFSKY, H.A.; TENNEKES, H.; LENSCHON, D.H.; WYNGAARD, J.C.*
The characteristics of turbulent velocity components in the surface layer under convective conditions*
Boundary-Layer Met. 11, 355*
1977. `
..25.5: basic ref to Block - ADI method*
BRILEY, W.R.; McDONALD, H.*
Solution of the multidimensional compressible Navier Stokes equations by a generalized implicit method*
J. Comp. Phys. 24, 372*
1977. `
..25.1,05.0: socratic and pragmatic*
NARASIMHA, R.*
A dialogue concerning the use of matched asymptotic expansions in turbulent flows*
Indian Inst. Sci. Rept 77 FM 15*
1977. `
..25.7:similar to Viegas 78-1165 but JL no better than 0 or 1 eq.*
COAKLEY, T.J.; VIEGAS, J.R.; HORSTMAN, C.C.*
Evaluation of turbulence models for three primary types of shock separated boundary layers*
AIAA-77-0692*
1977. `
..27.2:matches NS, BL and invisc.*
SEGINER, A.; ROSE, W.C.*
An approximate calculation of strong interaction on a transonic airfoil*
AIAA-77-0210*
1977. `
..29.6: smoke wire - PB has*
AUTHOR*
A new technique for introducing controlled sheets of smoke streamlines in wind tunnels*
ICIASF Record, p. 74*
1977. `
..59.2,30.2: just so*
WILLIAMS, B.R.*
Design and testing of a 40 percent thickness-to-chord ratio symmetrical fairing*
RAE Tech. Rept. 77168, ARC 37940*
1977. `
..30.3,44.2: free piston tunnel*
SCHULTZ, D.L.; JONES, T.V.; OLDFIELD, M.L.G.*
A new transient cascade facility for the measurement of heat transfer rates*
Oxford Univ. Engg Lab. Rept. 1207/77*
1977. `
..13.0,14.0: first detailed discussion*
SCHUMANN, U.*
Realizability of Reynolds-stress turbulence models*
Phys. Fluids 20, 721*
1977. `
..56.0,59.0: downstream screen - ill-posed backflow. LDV meas.*
SIMPSON, R.L.; STRICKLAND, J.H.; BARR, P.W.*
Features of a separating turbulent boundary layer in the vicinity of separation*
J. Fluid Mech. 79, 553*
1977. `
..19.3: asymptotic behavior of invariants*
LUMLEY, J.L.; NEWMAN, G.R.*
The return to isotropy of homogeneous turbulence*
J. FLuid Mech. 82, 161*
1977. `
..13.0: k, uv, kL model - refs. to earlier papers*
MEINECKE, E.*
Calculation of free turbulent shear flows with a 3-equation turbulence model of J.C. Rotta*
DLR-FB 77-60*
1977. `
..24.5: sperm's eye view - transcript of cheerful lecture*
PURCELL, E.M.*
Life at low Reynolds number*
Amer. J. Phys. 45, 3*
1977. `
..30.2: matched power-law curves as for axi. (1975)*
MOREL, T.*
Design of two-dimensional wind-tunnel contractions*
J. Fluids Engg 99, 371*
1977. `
..18.2: short version of Laderman and Demetriades 1977*
LADERMAN, A.J.*
Effect of wall temperature on a supersonic turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 16, 723*
1978. `
..13.0,12.2: first appearance of II and III*
LUMLEY, J.L.*
Computational modeling of turbulent flows*
Adv. Appl. Mech. 18, 123 (C.H. Yih, Ed.), Academic*
1978. `
..16.2: 60 deg. curved duct - all six stresses with single rotating wire*
DE GRANDE, G.; HIRSCH, C.*
Three-dimensional incompressible turbulent boundary layers*
Free Univ. Brussels, Fluid Mech. Dept, Rept VUB-STR-8*
1978. `
..42.0,07.0: generalized log law with non-d g x fractional density difference as "Keulegan parameter"*
CSANADY, G.T.*
Turbulent interface layers*
J. Geophys. Res. 83, 2329*
1978. `
..62.0: results up to triples*
GUTMARK, E.; WOLFSHTEIN, M.; WYGNANSKI, I.*
The plane turbulent impinging jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 88, 737*
1978. `
..13.0,21.2: vertical strain*
POPE, S.B.*
An explanation of the turbulent round-jet / plane-jet anomaly*
AIAA J. 16, 279*
1978. `
..31.1:static yaw calibn acceptable*
MULHEARN, P.J.; FINNIGAN, J.J.*
A simple device for dynamic testing of X-configuration hot wire probes*
J. Phys. E. 11, 679*
1978. `
..11.6,24.4: turb scale increases on combustion - just higher nu?*
TAKENO, T.; KOTANI, Y.*
Transition and structure of turbulent jet diffusion flames*
Prog. Astro. and Aero. 58, 19 (Ed. L.A. Kennedy), AIAA*
1978. `
..25.7: Wilcox-Rubesin kL better than eddy vis or Glushkoid k*
VIEGAS, J.R.; HORSTMAN, C.C.*
Comparison of multiequation turbulence models for several shock separated boundary-layer interaction flows*
AIAA-78-1165*
1978. `
..59.2: smoothing p. dist over shock for BL calc needs care*
LYNCH, F.T.*
Recent applications of advanced computational methods in the aerodynamic design of transport aircraft configurations*
Aero. J. 82, 503*
1978. `
..59.0: 3D wakes behind 2D bodies*
GERRARD, J.H.*
The wakes of cylindrical bluff bodies at low Reynolds number*
Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. 288, 351*
1978. `
..13.0: could be an apology for turbulence modeling. Wass took an early computer course at NPL - see Yates 1997*
WASS, D.*
The changing problems of economic management*
Economic Trends no. 293, p. 97, March*
1978. `
..59.2,60.0,17.1: 18 percent circular arc*
SEEGMILLER, H.L.; MARVIN, J.G.; LEVY, L.L.*
Steady and unsteady transonic flow*
AIAA J. 16, 1262*
1978. `
..12.2, 02.1: spectra prop to k^-2 over wide range. Fractals?*
SAYLES, R.S.; THOMAS, T.R.*
Surface topography as a nonstationary random process*
Nature 271, 431*
1978. `
..22.2: includes the (undefined) Munchausen number as a measure of improbability, esp. that of starting Borda free flow*
BINNIE, A.M.*
Some notes on the study of fluid mechanics in Canbridge, England*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech.10, 1*
1978. `
..07.0,48.0: Schoenherr-type skin friction formula, etc*
DEAN, R.B.*
Reynolds number dependence of skin friction and other bulk flow variables in two-dimensional rectangular duct flow*
J. Fluids Engng 100, 215*
1978. `
..05.0,12.1: outer layer collapses above Re_theta = 6000 - inner layer "Re-dependent"*
KARLSSON, R.I.*
Similarity of longitudinal turbulence intensity in flat-plate turbulent boundary layers*
Chalmers Tech. Univ., Inst. for Appl. Thermo. and Fluids, Int. Rept. 78/1*
1978. `
..18.2: further writeup of L. and D. 1977
LADERMAN, A.J.; DEMETRIADES, A.*
Turbulent shear stresses in compressible boundary layers*
AIAA J. 17, 736*
1979. `
..05.0,12.1: outer layer self-preserving above Re_theta = 6000 - inner layer "Re-dependent"*
KARLSSON, R.I.*
Similarity of longitudinal turbulence intensity in flat-plate turbulent boundary layers*
Chalmers Univ. of Tech., Goteborg, Applied Thermo- and Fluids Dept, Int. Rept. 78/1*
1978. `
..54.0: about the latest of the "vortex upset" boom*
FRANCIS, M.S.; KENNEDY, D.A.*
Formation of a trailing vortex*
J. Aircraft 16, 148*
1979. `
..54.0: somewhat theological*
LUGT, H.J.*
The dilemma of defining a vortex*
Theoretical and Experimental Fluid Mechanics, p.309, Springer*
1979. `
..43.1,06.0:just so*
FINNIGAN, J.J.*
Turbulence in waving wheat I and II*
Boundary-Layer Met. 16, 181 and 213*
1979. `
..25.5: upwind methods corrected to give central diff. accuracy*
RICHARDS, C.W.; CRANE, C.M.*
The accuracy of finite difference schemes for the numerical solution of the Navier Stokes equation*
Applied Math. Modelling 3, 205*
1979. `
..22.2,13.0: turbulence is and will remain the most difficult problem of fluid mechanics*
LIEPMANN, H.W.*
The rise and fall of ideas in turbulence*
Amer. Scientist 67, 221, March - April*
1979. `
..22.2:not bad at all - about a quarter of the papers presented*
BRADBURY, L.J.S.; DURST, F.; LAUNDER, B.E.; SCHMIDT, F.W.; WHITELAW, J.H. (Eds.)*
Turbulent Shear Flows 1*
Springer, Berlin*
1979. `
..59.2: including RAE 2822 writeup*
ANON.*
Report on the FDP Working Group 04 on experimental data base for computer program assessment*
AGARD-AR-138*
1979. `
..62.0,14.0: k, eps. for free jets from rect. orifices - refs.*
McGUIRK, J.J.; RODI, W.*
The calculation of three dimensional turbulent free jets*
Turbulent Shear Flows 1 (Ed. F. Durst et al., Springer), p. 71*
1979. `
..45.1: 180 deg, but AR=13*
LESCHZINER, M.A.; RODI, W.*
Calculation of strongly curved open channel flow*
Proc. ASCE 105, HY10, 1297*
1979. `
..31.1:mean vel profile OK, unlike Antonia Expts in Fluids, 3, 121*
SUBRAMANIAN, C.S.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Statistical properties of temperature in the wall region of a turbulent boundary layer*
Trans. CSME 5, 221*
1979. `
..25.5:stress relaxation equation*
HOKENSEN, G.*
Transport physics and mathematical characteristics*
AIAA J. 17, 781*
1979. `
..02.2:still Gaussian - interface flatter than in far wake*
KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
Interface statistics of a uniformly distorted heated turbulent wake*
Phys. Fluids 22, 31*
1979. `
..48.0:cf(z) modulated by unsteadiness, I reckon - slow wanderings*
NAGANO, Y.; HISHIDA, M.; KAJI, N.*
Structure of mean velocity fluctuation and its influence on turbulence characteristics in the entrance region of a pipe*
Bull. Jap. Soc. Mech. Engrs 22, 1754*
1979. `
..60.0: flow viz. and p. dists*
KUBOTA, H.*
A flow field model of the glancing shock and turbulent boundary layer interaction region*
Cranfield C. of A. Memo. 7901, AFOSR-76-3006 B*
1979. `
..60.0:incident shock at or near expansion corner*
CHEW, Y.T.; SQUIRE, L.C.*
The boundary layer development downstream of a shock interaction at an expansion corner*
ARC R. and M. 3839*
1979. `
..27.4:matches at y=delta near TE, but only to avoid invisc. odds*
OSKAM, B.*
A calculation method for the viscous flow around multi-component airfoils*
NLR TR 79097U*
1979. `
..31.1:*
SIMPSON, R.L.; HEIZER, K.W.; NASBURG, R.E.*
Performance characteristics of a simple linearized hot-wire anemometer.*
J. Fluids Engg 101, 381*
1979. `
..31.1:*
BRISON, J.F.; CHARNAY, J.; COMTE-BELLOT, G.*
Calcul des transports thermiques entre film chaud et substrat par un modele a deux dimensions.*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 22, 111*
1979. `
..31.2:*
ROOS, F.W.*
Hot-film probe technique for monitoring shock-wave oscillations.*
J. Aircraft 16, 871*
1979. `
..27.1: hamfisted Interactive Zone Imbedding*
LEVY, R.; BRILEY, W.R.; McDONALD, H.*
Viscous flow in the region of a rounded trailing edge.*
Sci. Res. Assoc. Rept. R79-920003-F.*
1979. `
..43.0:book*
McBEAN, G.A. (Ed.)*
The planetary boundary layer.*
World Met. Org. TN165*
1979. `
..62.0: see 28, 1397 (1985)*
SUGIYAMA, Y.; USAMI, Y.*
Expts. on the flow in and around jets directed normal to a cross flow*
Bull. JSME 22, 1737*
1979. `
..16.1:non-invariant "T" model*
ROTTA, J.C.*
A family of turbulence models for three-dimensional boundary layers*
Turbulent Shear Flows I (F. Durst et al., eds.) Springer, p. 267*
1979. `
..30.3:3m x 2m,contraction ratio about 2 to 1 - see Watkins 1984*
HIRD, T.G.*
The design and construction of an industrial wind tunnel*
Royal Melbourne Inst. of Tech. Rept 114001R*
1979. `
..19.2,21.2: blames large-scale structures for anomalous T derivatives - small scales are isotropic*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; ANTONIA, R.A.; BRITZ, D.*
Local isotropy and large structuress in a heated turbulent jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 94, 745*
1979. `
..07.0: 1/Ky+.001093y^3 fits 1/nu_t - approved by Coles*
MUSKER, A.J.*
Complete expression for the smooth wall velocity distribution in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 17, 655*
1979. `
..18.1,07.0: claims Pi decreases at high Re - not much later confirmation*
MABEY, D.G.*
Influence of the wake component on turbulent skin friction at subsonic and supersonic speeds*
Aero. Quart. 30, 590*
1979. `
..32.1: still useful for basic theory 15 years later*
BUCHHAVE, P.; GEORGE, W.K.; LUMLEY, J.L.*
The measurement of turbulnce with the laser-Doppler anemometer*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 11, 443*
1979. `
..43.1,11.2: not due to buoyancy*
ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Temperature ramps in the atmospheric surface layer*
J. Atmos. Sci. 36, 99*
1979. `
..42.3: 1/3 power law for U, -1/3 for T, in "inner layer"*
GEORGE, W.K.; CAPP, S.P.*
A theory for natural convection boundary layers next to heated vertical surfaces*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 22, 813*
1979. `
..30.2: including charts for wide-angle diffusers*
MEHTA, R.D.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Design rules for small low speed wind tunnels*
Aero. J. (Royal Aeronautical Soc.) 73, 443*
1979. `
..01.1: effect of prob. dist. truncated by threshold*
HAVERBEKE, A.; WOOD, D.H.; SMITS, A.J.*
Uncertainties and errors in conditional sampling*
Presented at 2nd Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flows, London, paper 1.11*
1979. `
..12.1: mean vel., and xy-plane stresses and triples, tabulated. BL thickness as large as 1/4 test-section width*
EAST, L.F.; SAWYER, W.G.; NASH, C.R.*
An investigation of the structure of equilibrium turbulent boundary layers*
Royal Aircraft Estab. (DERA) TR 79040*
1979. `
..12.2,25.1: general review (Warwick U.)*
ZEEMAN, E.C.*
Bifurcation, catastrophe and turbulence*
Conf. on New Directions in Applied Mathematics, Case W.R. Univ., Springer Lecture Notes in Math.*
1980. `
..06.0: mod. roughness Re including skewness, kurtosis. Difference between ship roughness and Nikuradse's uniform sand*
MUSKER, A.J.*
Universal roughness functions for naturally-occurring surfaces*
Transactions Canadian Soc. of Mech. Eng. 6, 1*
1980. `
..19.2: zither, a.k.a. mandoline*
KELLOGG, R.M.; CORRSIN, S.*
Evolution of a spectrally local disturbance in grid-generated, nearly isotropic turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 96, 641*
1980. `
..12.2: RDT*
TOWNSEND, A.A.*
The response of sheared turbulence to additional distortion*
J. Fluid Mech. 98, 171*
1980. `
..30.2,50.0: at large scale, "blocking effect" may even lead to decrease in intensity*
GOLDSTEIN, M.E.; DURBIN, P.A.*
The effect of finite turbulence spatial scale on the amplification of turbulence by a contracting stream*
J. Fluid Mech. 98, 473*
1980. `
..04.0: scruffy*
BARR, P.K.*
Calculation of skin-friction coefficients for low-Reynolds-number turbulent boundary layer flow.*
Sandia Labs Rept SAND-79-8062*
1980. `
..50.0: quadratic*
MEIER, H.U.; KREPLIN, H.P.*
Influence of freestream turbulence on boundary layer development*
AIAA J. 18, 11*
1980. `
..59.2:*
SPAID, F.W.; STIVERS, L.S.*
Supercritical aerofoil boundary layer measurements.*
J. Aircraft 17, 567*
1980. `
..12.1,30.2:useful calcs and expts*
TULAPURKARA, E.G.; RAMJEE, V.*
Effect of contraction on screen-generated turbulence.*
Aero. J. 84, 290*
1980. `
..54.0:different vortex modes*
SILBERMAN, E.*
Turbulence in helically corrugated pipe flow.*
Proc.ASCE 106, EM4, 699*
1980. `
..50.0:final rept, inc heat transfer*
BLAIR, M.F.; WERLE, M.J.*
The influence of free-stream turbulence on zero pressure gradient fully turbulent boundary layer.*
United Tech. Res. Center R80-914388-12*
1980. `
..19.1,42.3: Re, lambda of 60 from towed grid in vertical water tank*
DICKEY, T.D.; MELLOR, G.L.*
Decaying turbulence in neutral and stratified fluids*
J. Fluid Mech. 99, 13*
1980. `
..24.4,01.2:contours of T perturbations*
VAN ATTA, C.W.; HELLAND, K.N.*
Exploratory temperature-tagging measurements of turbulent spots in a heated laminar boundary layer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 243*
1980. `
..11.3: inhomo. grid expt, with uv really near zero*
GILBERT, B.*
Diffusion mixing in grid turbulence without mean shear.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 349*
1980. `
..24.1:*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; THOMPSON, C.A.*
Controlled symmetric perturbation of the plane jet -an experimental study in the initial region.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 397*
1980. `
..44.2: Penn State*
RAVINDRANATH, A.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Mean velocity and decay characteristics of the near and far wake of a compressor rotor blade at moderate loading.*
J. Engg Power 102, 535*
1980. `
..59.2: Boeing*
TJONNELAND, E.; BIRCH, S.F.*
Application of viscous analysis to the design of jet exhaust powered lift installations.*
J. Engg Power 102, 626*
1980. `
..29.6:ARL*
POLLOCK, N.*
A simple laser interferometer for wind tunnel flow visualization.*
J. Phys. E, 13, 1062*
1980. `
..31.1: a few cm per sec*
MAHAJAN, R.L.; GEBHART, B.*
Hot-wire anemometer calibration in pressurized nitrogen at low velocities.*
J. Phys. E, 13, 1110*
1980. `
..30.2: including large wake region*
GILBERT, B.*
Turbulent flows produced by perforated plate generators in wind tunnels*
AIAA J. 18, 275*
1980. `
..48.0,27.1: inner and outer expansion - says JA ignorant on log law*
ALBER, I.E.*
Turbulent wake of a thin, flat plate.*
AIAA J. 18, 1044*
1980. `
..21.2: u, T and prob dists*
ANTONIA, R.A.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.*
Characteristics of a mixing layer of a two-dimensional turbulent jet.*
AIAA J. 18, 1052*
1980. `
..59.0,06.0: roughness - Re up to 10 million*
JAMES, W.D.; PARIS, S.W.; MALCOLM, G.N.*
Study of viscous crossflow effects on circular cylinders at high Reynolds numbers.*
AIAA J. 18, 1066*
1980. `
..24.1: nothing new*
ROSHKO, A.*
The plane mixing layer. Flow visualization results and three-dimensional effects.*
Paper presented at International Conf. on Coherent Structures, UAN-IBM Scientific Center, Madrid*
1980. `
..42.3:circ-cyl-like bifurcation*
GOLLUB, J. P.; BENSON, S.V.*
Many routes to turbulent convection.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 449*
1980. `
..24.4:low freq - pathological, being transn*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; TU, S-W.*
An experimental study of oscillatory pipe flow at transitional Reynolds numbers.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 513*
1980. `
..19.1,11.3: mandoline like*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; TAVOULARIS, S.; HENRY, R.; CORRSIN,S.*
Temperature fluctuations and scales in grid-generated turbulence.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 597*
1980. `
..48.0:*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Measurements of interacting turbulent shear layers in the near wake of a flat plate.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 639*
1980. `
..21.2: Lorenz-Mie scattering - see also AIAA-80-1370*
LONG, M.B.; CHU, B.T.*
On the mixing and structure of an axisymmetric turbulent mixing layer.*
AIAA-80-1354*
1980. `
..45.0,27.3:*
BRILEY, W.R.; McDONALD, H.*
Computation of three-dimensional horseshoe vortex flow using the Navier-Stokes equations.*
7th Int.Conf. on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics, NASA-Ames Research Centre*
1980. `
..47.2,16.1:*
MARKATOS, N.C.; MALIN, M.R.; TATCHELL, D.G.*
Computer analysis of three-dimensional turbulent flows around ships' hulls.*
Proc. I. Mech. E. 194, 239*
1980. `
..24.1: more pretty pics*
SCHNEIDER, P.E.M.*
Secondary vortices in ring vortices and in jets*
Z. Flugwiss. 4, 307*
1980. `
..19.2: mu = 0.25 for Re, lambda greater than 200*
VAN ATTA, C.W.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Reynolds number dependence of skewness and flatness factors of turbulent velocity derivatives*
Phys. Fluids 23, 252*
1980. `
..13.0: frame invariance*
SPEZIALE, C.G.*
Closure relations for the pressure strain correlation of turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 23, 459*
1980. `
..24.1:*
MILES, J.W.*
On Kelvin-Helmholtz instability.*
Phys. Fluids 23, 1915*
1980. `
..19.1,42.3: grid dropped through interface*
LINDEN, P.F.*
Mixing across a density interface produced by grid turbulence.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 691*
1980. `
..24.1: 2D num sim - no pairing*
AREF, H.; SIGGIA, E.D.*
Vortex dynamics of the two-dimensional turbulent shear layer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 705*
1980. `
..57.0:*
ASWATHA NARAYANA, P.A.*
An investigation of a turbulent boundary layer on a flat plate with a small step change in surface roughness.*
Aero. Quart. 31, 221*
1980. `
..46.0:*
MARSTERS, G.F.; FOTHERINGHAM, J.*
The influence of aspect ratio on incompressible turbulent flows from rectangular slots.*
Aero. Quart. 31, 285*
1980. `
..25.10:general chat*
BRANDT, A.*
Multilevel adaptive computations in fluid dynamics.*
AIAA J. 18, 1165*
1980. `
..18.2: The two curved ramps - AIAA-79-1563*
LADERMAN, A.J.*
Adverse pressure gradient effects on supersonic boundary-layer turbulence.*
AIAA J. 18, 1186*
1980. `
..25.10: spacing inverse to dU/dy say*
DWYER, H.A.; KEE, R.J.; SANDERS, B.R.*
Adaptive grid method for problems in fluid mechanics and heat transfer.*
AIAA J. 18, 1205*
1980. `
..11.6: Book - see also AIAA J. 19 261 (1981)*
LIBBY, P.A.; WILLIAMS, F.A.*
Turbulent reacting flows.*
Topics in Applied Physics 44, Springer, Berlin*
1980. `
..30.2: not very clever*
JACOBS, P.P.*
A method of correcting for the effects of the side wall boundary layer in two-dimensional aerofoil testing.*
Penn. State Univ. ARL/PSU/TM/80/44, AD/A086079*
1980. `
..29.5: balance gaps filled with liquid*
THOMANN, H.; FREI, D.*
Direct measurements of skin friction in a turbulent boundary layer with a strong adverse pressure gradient.*
J. Fluid Mech. 101, 79*
1980. `
..08.0:Reynolds stress meas*
YAVUZKURT, S.; MOFFAT, R.J.; KAYS, W.M.*
Full-coverage film cooling.*
J. Fluid Mech. 101, 129*
1980. `
..46.0,51.0,61.0,62.0: parallel to surface - becomes 3D wall jet*
DAVIS, M.R.; WINARTO, H.*
Jet diffusion from a circular nozzle above a solid plane.*
J. Fluid Mech. 101, 201*
1980. `
..47.2:*
ODABASI, A.Y.; SAYLAN, O.*
GEMAK - a method for calculating the flow around aft-end of ships.*
13th Symp. on Naval Hydrodynamics, Tokyo, Paper 7-4*
1980. `
..24.1:*
BREIDENTHAL, R.*
Response of plane shear layers and wakes to strong three-dimensional disturbances.*
Phys. Fluids 23, 1929*
1980. `
..26.2:*
CAUGHEY, D.A.; JAMESON, A.*
Progress in finite-volume calculations for wing-fuselage combinations.*
AIAA J. 18, 1281*
1980. `
..18.1,15.0:variable K and everything else*
JOBE, C.E.; HANKEY, W.L.*
Turbulent boundary-layer calculations in adverse pressure gradient flows.*
AIAA J. 18, 1394*
1980. `
..29.5: sharp lipped*
ALLEN, J. M.*
Improved sensing element for skin-friction balance measurements.*
AIAA J. 18, 1342*
1980. `
..29.6: the coloured light man*
CROWDER, J.P.*
Add fluorescent minitufts to the aerodynamicist's bag of tricks.*
Astro and Aero. Vol. 18, no. 11, p. 54*
1980. `
..54.1: synoptic - 0,1 and 2-eqn models*
RAJ, P.; IVERSEN, J. D.*
Computational simulation of turbulent vortex merger and decay.*
AIAA J. 18, 865*
1980. `
..25.4,27.1: inverse soln. in iteration loop*
ARIELI, R.; MURPHY, J. D.*
Pseudodirect solution to the boundary layer equations for separated flow.*
AIAA J. 18, 883*
1980. `
..48.0,21.3: Urbana - X-film Marseillaise*
HASSAN, Y.A.; JONES, B.G.; ADRIAN, R.J.*
Measurements and axisymmetric model of spatial correlations in turbulent pipe flow.*
AIAA J. 18, 914*
1980. `
..59.2,44.3,61.0: three-D bubble - nice flow viz.*
WINKELMANN, A.E.; BARLOW, J. B.*
Flow field model for a rectangular planform wing beyond stall.*
AIAA J. 18, 1006*
1980. `
..24.4,18.2: large. 29 refs.*
POTTER, J. L.*
Review of the influence of cooled walls on boundary layer transition.*
AIAA J. 18, 1010*
1980. `
..28.3:*
CANTRELL, T.*
An 8088 processor for the S-100 bus, part I.*
BYTE vol. 5, no. 9, p. 46*
1980. `
..22.1:*
ROTT, N.*
Nonlinear acoustics - history and outlook (in German).*
Z. Flugwiss. 4, 185*
1980. `
..19.3,01.1: copious statistics*
TUNG, T.C.; ADRIAN, R.J.*
Higher order estimates of conditional eddies in isotropic turbulence.*
Phys. Fluids 23, 1469*
1980. `
..59.0: doesn't look too scruffy*
MOSS, W.D.; BAKER, S.*
Recirculating flows associated with two-dimensional steps.*
Aero. Quart.31, 151*
1980. `
..44.2,27.1*
CALVERT, W.J.; HERBERT, M.B.*
Inviscid-viscous interaction method to predict the blade-to-blade performance of axial compressors*
Aero. Quart. 31, 173*
1980. `
..29.3:*
WELSH, B.L.; PYNE, C.R.*
A method to improve the temperature stability of semiconductor strain gauge transducers.*
J. Phys. E. 13, 816*
1980. `
..29.1:*
WELSH, B.L.*
An angular displacement transducer.*
J. Phys. E. 13, 826*
1980. `
..31.3:*
FACKRELL, J. E.*
A flame ionisation detector for measuring fluctuating concentration.*
J. Phys. E. 13, 888*
1980. `
..44.2:*
GREITZER, E.M.*
Review - axial compressor stall phenomena.*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 134*
1980. `
..31.1: noch einmal*
FREYMUTH, P.*
Review - A bibliography of thermal anemometry.*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 152*
1980. `
..01.1,01.2,29.6,31.1:*
FALCO, R.E.*
Combined simultaneous flow visualisation hot-wire anemometry for the study of turbulent flows.*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 174*
1980. `
..24.1:*
CLARK, J.A.; LAM KIT*
Shear layer transition and the sharp-edged orifice.*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 219*
1980. `
..47.2:*
HUANG, T.T.; GROVES, N.C.; BELT, G.*
Boundary-layer flow on an axisymmetric body with an inflected stern. *
David Taylor report DTNSRDC-80/064*
1980. `
..59.0:*
EATON, J. K.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Turbulent flow reattachment - an experimental study of the flow and structure behind a backward-facing step.*
Thermosciences Division, Stanford Univ.,Rept MD-39*
1980. `
..53.0: scruffy*
SUNDARASIVA RAO, B.N.*
An experimental study of the effects of moderate to strong longitudinal curvature on turbulent boundary layers.*
PhD Thesis, Indian Inst. of Science.*
1980. `
..25.6:*
GROTZBACH, G.*
Numerical simulation of turbulent liquid metal flows in plane channels and annuli.*
Karlsruhe Nuclear Res.Centre Rept KfK 2968*
1980. `
..48.0: straightforward*
EL TELBANY, M.M.M.; REYNOLDS, A.J.*
Velocity distributions in plane turbulent channel flows.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 1*
1980. `
..42.3:*
DEARDORFF, J. W.; WILLIS, G.E.; STOCKTON, B.H.*
Laboratory studies of the entrainment zone of a convectively mixed layer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 41*
1980. `
..25.6: QMC*
LOVE, M.D.*
Subgrid modelling studies with Burgers' equation.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 87*
1980. `
..01.2,21.3:*
ANTONIA, R.A.; PHAN-THIEN, N.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Taylor's hypothesis and the probability density functions of temporal velocity and temperature derivatives in a turbulent flow.*
J. Fluid Mech. 100, 193*
1980. `
..31.1: useful - Stanford notes - but not wonderful*
WILLS, J.A.B.*
Hot-wire and hot-film anemometry.*
Nat. Maritime Inst. R 82 and Stanford Thermosci. IL-45*
1980. `
..10.0:*
FACKRELL, J.E.; ROBINS, A.G.*
Concentration fields associated with emissions from point sources in turbulent boundary layers. Part 2 - The effects of source size.*
CEGB Rept MM/MECH/TF264*
1980. `
..01.1,21.2:*
KEFFER, J.F.; KAWALL, J.G.*
Structural features of plane turbulent shear flows.*
AIAA paper XXXXXXX*
1980. `
..61.0:*
BEARMAN, P.W.*
Review - Bluff body flows applicable to vehicle aerodynamics.*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 265*
1980. `
..49.0:*
ASHJAEE, J.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Straight-walled, two-dimensional diffusers - transitory stall and peak pressure recovery.*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 275*
1980. `
..49.0:*
KAISER, K.F.; McDONALD, A.T.*
Effect of wake-type nonuniform inlet velocity profiles on first appreciable stall in plane-wall diffusers.*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 283*
1980. `
..59.0:*
KIM, J.; KLINE, S.J.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Investigation of a reattaching turbulent shear layer - flow over a backward-facing step.*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 302*
1980. `
..49.0:useful data for test case - spoilers etc*
STEVENS, S.J.; WILLIAMS, G.J.*
The influence of inlet conditions on the performance of annular diffusers.*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 357*
1980. `
..46.0,48.0,62.0:*
MARSTERS, G.F.*
Measurements in the flowfield of a linear array of rectangular nozzles.*
J. Aircraft 17, 774*
1980. `
..02.1:*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.*
Large structure with a characteristic upstream interface in turbulent boundary layers.*
Phys. Fluids 23, 2326*
1980. `
..24.4: Gaster involved*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; RILEY, J. J.*
Visualization study of turbulent spots.*
Flow Research Co. Rept Flow-RR-162, AD A086831 *
1980. `
..24.2:*
SMITH, F.T.; BODONYI, R.J.*
On the stability of the developing flow in a channel or circular pipe.*
Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math. 33, 293*
1980. `
..24.1: Mixing layer - swept laser beam*
MENSING, P.; FIEDLER, H.*
On flow visualization in highly turbulent flow of high Reynolds numbers (in German).*
Z. Flugwiss. 4, 366*
1980. `
..31.1: min. volts when flow speed = flying wire speed*
LEHMANN, V.*
Uncalibrated rotating hot-wire probes for the measurement of small velocity vectors.*
Z. Flugwiss. 4, 369*
1980. `
..24.4: flow viz. - spiral vortices*
ACRIVLELLIS, M.*
Instabilities in the wall boundary layer of swirl flows.*
Z. Flugwiss. 4, 374*
1980. `
..50.0:*
BAUER, K.; STRAUB, J.; GRIGULL, U.*
Influence of free-stream turbulence intensity on heat transfer in the two-dimensional turbulent boundary layer of an accelerated compressible flow.*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 23, 1635*
1980. `
..53.0: equals thesis*
GILLIS, J.C.; JOHNSTON, J.P.; MOFFAT, R.J.; KAYS, W.M.*
Turbulent boundary layer on a convex, curved surface.*
Stanford Univ. Thermosci. Div. Rept. HMT-31, NASA CR 3391*
1980. `
..31.2: large vel fluc and T contamination*
ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Errors in simultaneous measurements of temperature and velocity in the outer part of a heated jet.*
Phys. Fluids 23, 871*
1980. `
..59.0: LDV mean flow only*
ARMALY, B.F.; DURST, F.; SCHOENUNG, B.*
Measurements and predictions of flow downstream of a two-dimensional single backward-facing step.*
Karlsruhe SFB 80/ET/172*
1980. `
..48.0:*
VAN DEN BERG, B.; OSKAM, B.*
Boundary layer measurements on a two-dimensional wing with flap and a comparison with calculations.*
NLR MP 79034 U and AGARD CP 271*
1980. `
..16.2:*
BERTELRUD, A.*
Local skin friction and static pressure on a swept wing in flight.*
AIAA-80-0423-CP*
1980. `
..27.2: Mechul and Hilbert*
CEBECI, T.; STEWARTSON, K.; WILLIAMS, P.G.*
Separation and reattachment near the leading edge of a thin airfoil at incidence.*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 291*
1980. `
..01.0,05.0: flow viz and hot wire*
FALCO, R.E.*
The production of turbulence near a wall.*
AIAA-80-1356*
1980. `
..23.0: not very impressive*
SCHEWE, G.*
On characteristic structures in time functions in turbulent surface pressure fluctuations*
Max Planck Inst. fur Stromungsforsch. -1/ 1980, N81-24399*
1980. `
..62.0:scruffy meas but demonstrates importance*
FOLEY, W.H.; FINLAY, D.B.*
Fountain jet turbulence*
AFOSR-TR-81-0286, AD-A098098*
1980. `
..60.0:interesting expt -just pitot and static at M=1.4,1.44,1.46*
KOOI, J.W.*
Influence of free stream Mach number on transonic shock wave boundary layer interaction*
VKI LS 1980-8*
1980. `
..53.0: Simon thesis - see ASME 81-HT-78*
SIMON, T.W.; MOFFAT, R.J.; JOHNSTON, J.P.; KAYS, W.M.*
Turbulent boundary layer heat transfer experiments - convex curvature effects including introduction and recovery*
Stanford Thermosci. Divn. Rept. HMT-32*
1980. `
..30.2: tunnel interference*
GOULD, R.W.F.*
Outline of Maskell's theory as applied to flat plates.*
Unpublished notes, Nat. Maritime Inst.*
1980. `
..50.0,44.2:*
HAH, C.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Free-stream turbulence effects on the development of rotor wake.*
AIAA-80-1431*
1980. `
..44.2,45.0: further analysis of earlier L, N and H. work*
LANGSTON, L.S.*
Crossflows in a turbine cascade passage.*
J. Engg Power 102, 866*
1980. `
..27.1: 1980 version*
LOCK, R.C.*
A review of methods for predicting viscous effects on aerofoils and wings at transonic speeds.*
RAE Tech. Memo. Aero 1860, AGARD Conf. Proc. 291 *
1980. `
..30.1:*
NEISE, W.*
Noise and noise abatement in fans and blowers - a review.*
DFVLR-FB 80-16*
1980. `
..51.0,62.0: blames pressure - but this doesn't work in elliptic jets*
RODI, W.*
Explanation of three-dimensional wall jet spreading. *
AIAA J. (submitted) and see Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 19, 81, 1981*
1980. `
..59.2,27.1: Horton lives*
WILLIAMS, B.R.*
The prediction of the bursting of laminar separation bubbles in the design of two-dimensional high-lift aerofoils.*
RAE TR 80060*
1980. `
..24.1: yes indeed - single stream*
WYGNANSKI, I.; OSTER, D.; FIEDLER, H.*
A forced, plane, turbulent mixing-layer - a challenge for the predictor.*
Turbulent Shear Flows 2, Springer, Berlin, p. 314*
1980. `
..24.1: further meas., in two stream layer*
WYGNANSKI, I.; OSTER, D.*
The forced mixing layer between parallel streams.*
Tel-Aviv Univ. Rept.*
1980. `
..25.6:says Smag. is SGS mixing length*
YOSHIZAWA, A.*
A statistical investigation upon the Smagorinsky model in the large-eddy simulation of turbulence.*
J. Fluid Mech. (submitted)*
1980. `
..05.0: electrochemical - Hanratty man*
LAU, K.K.*
Study of turbulence structure close to a wall using conditional sampling techniques.*
Ph.D. thesis, University of Illinois-Urbana.*
1980. `
..31.3: 15kHz freq. response. PB has*
DIBBLE, R.W.; HOLLENBACH, R.E.*
Laser Rayleigh thermometry in turbulent flames.*
Sandia Corp. Rept. SAND80-8623 (presented at 18th Int. Sympo. on Combustion). *
1980. `
..25.7,25.10:quasi-time-dep MacCormack - chat on non-ortho mesh*
SELLS, C.C.L.*
Solution of the Euler equations for transonic flow past a lifting aerofoil*
RAE TR 80065*
1980. `
..25.5,27.1:synoptic of 79-1543, time-dep split implicit, non-ortho*
SHAMROTH, S.J.; GIBELING, H.J.*
Navier-Stokes solution of the turbulent flowfield about an isolated airfoil*
AIAA J. 18, 1409*
1980. `
..27.3:Univ. Coll. - matching, oblique coords. Finally like Ghia*
BARCLAY, W.H.; RIDHA, A.H.*
Flow in streamwise corners of arbitrary angle*
AIAA J. 18, 1413*
1980. `
..26.2,25.7:Ames, clever upwinding, num. coord. transformn., 3D*
HOLST, T.L.*
Fast, conservative algorithm for solving the transonic full-potential equation*
AIAA J. 18, 1431*
1980. `
..27.2: blunt base, simple turb model, M>1*
WASKIEWICZ, J. D.; SHANG, J. S.; HANKEY, W.L.*
Numerical simulation of near wakes utilizing a relaxation turbulence model*
AIAA J. 18, 1440*
1980. `
..24.1: discussion of lam vs turb initial BL*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; HUSAIN, Z.D.*
Turbulence structure in the axisymmetric free mixing layer*
AIAA J. 18, 1462*
1980. `
..61.0,60.0: horseshoe vortices*
KUSSOY, M.I.; VIEGAS, J. R.; HORSTMAN, C.C.*
Investigation of a three-dimensional shock wave separated turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 18, 1477*
1980. `
..54.0: 1/72 scale in water tunnel...vortices from strake*
LORINCZ, D.J.*
Flow visualization study of the F-14 fighter aircraft configuration*
NASA CR 163098, N80-33350*
1980. `
..29.2:freq. response up to 3kHz - water is easier?*
MURAI, H.; IHARA, A.*
A handy method for measuring turbulence in water by total probes*
Rep. Inst. High Speed Mech., Tohoku Univ., 41, 37*
1980. `
..27.1,26.2:Colorado Springs - TSP plus P.D. Smith lag ent.*
FIRMIN, M.C.P.*
Calculations of transonic flow over wing/body combinations with an allowance for viscous effects.*
RAE Tech Memo Aero 1861, AGARD Conf. Proc. 291*
1980. `
..24.4:intermittency, etc*
FRASER, C.J.; MILNE, J. S.*
Boundary layer development from transition provoking devices.*
Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow 2, 165*
1980. `
..28.3:useful glossy book*
MORGAN, E.*
Microprocessors. A short introduction.*
Department of Industry.*
1980. `
..09.1: polymers, etc - 47 refs.*
GRANVILLE, P.S.*
Frictional drag reduction - a literature survey of progress from Spring 1979 to Spring 1980*
David Taylor NSRDC Rept. 80-SPD-569-07*
1980. `
..31.1: variable n and remarks on nasty yaw cal*
BRUUN, H.H.; TROPEA, C.*
Calibration of normal, inclined and X-array hot-wire probes*
Karlsruhe SFB 80/M/170*
1980. `
..27.1:includes his own scheme for using delstar as b.c. on both calcs*
LE BALLEUR, J.C.*
Computation of flows including strong viscous interactions with coupling methods*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 291*
1980. `
..53.0:energy bal and l(Rf)*
NAKAMURA, I.; YAMASHITA, S.; FURUYA, Y.*
Experiments on turbulence properties in the thick turbulent boundary layer on a rotating conical body of radius decresing towards downstream*
Turbulent Shear Flows 2 (Springer, Berlin) p. 99*
1980. `
..22.2: interesting selection *
DURST, F.; LAUNDER, B.E.; SCHMIDT, F.W.; WHITELAW, J.H. (Eds.)*
Turbulent Shear Flows 2*
Springer, Berlin*
1980. `
..27.1: excellent general review of his and others' work*
MELNIK, R.E.*
Turbulent interactions on airfoils at transonic speeds - recent developments*
AGARD Conf. Prof. 291 *
1980. `
..51.0:thesis, with hot wire meas of Re stress*
SARIPALLI, K.R.; SIMPSON, R.L.*
Investigation of blown boundary layers with an improved wall jet system*
NASA CR 3340*
1980. `
..30.2:Ames 12 ft and Langley 8ft (no screens - worse) - both poor near M=1*
HARVEY, W.D.; STAINBACK, P.C.; OWEN, F.K.*
Evaluation of flow quality in two large NASA wind tunnels at transonic speeds*
NASA TP 1737 and J. Aircraft 18, 451, 1981*
1980. `
..10.0:*
CHEN, C.J.; RODI, W.*
Vertical turbulent buoyant jets - a review of experimental data.*
Pergamon Press, Oxford.*
1980. `
..59.0,11.3:*
OTA, T.; KON, N.*
Turbulent transfer of momentum and heat in a separated and rear attached flow over a blunt flat plate.*
J. Heat Transf. 102, 749*
1980. `
..11.3:just so*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.; BRADSHAW,P.*
The thermal boundary layer far downstream of a spanwise line source of heat.*
J. Heat Transf. 102, 755*
1980. `
..24.1: just so*
ZAMAN, K.B.M.Q.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Vortex pairing in a circular jet under controlled excitation.*
Parts I and II, J. Fluid Mech. 101, 449*
1980. `
..42.2:*
THORPE, S.A.; HALL, A.J.*
The mixing layer of Loch Ness.*
J. Fluid Mech. 101, 687*
1980. `
..11.3*
TALBOT, L.; CHENG, R.K.; SCHEFER, R.W.; WILLIS, D.R.*
Thermophoresis of particles in a heated boundary layer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 101, 737*
1980. `
..01.2,11.2:*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; TAVOULARIS, S.*
On the skewness of the temperature derivatives in turbulent flows.*
J. Fluid Mech. 101, 783*
1980. `
..24.4:conf proc - in Aero Lib*
EPPLER, R.; FASEL, H.*
Laminar-turbulent transition.*
Springer-Verlag, Berlin, ISBN 3-540-10142*
1980. `
..62.0:*
TYLER, R.A.; WILLIAMSON, R.G.*
Confined mixing of coaxial flows.*
Canadian NRC Rept LR/602*
1980. `
..59.2: Maskell-like*
ORLOFF, K.L.*
Spanwise lift distribution on a wing from flow field velocity surveys.*
J. Aircraft 17, 75*
1980. `
..31.1: papers on LDA and HWA*
ANON.*
Various papers*
DISA Information no. 25*
1980. `
..31.3: small scale high order moments*
PARK, J.T.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
Hot- and cold-wire sensitivity corrections for moments of the fine scale turbulence in heated flows.*
Phys. Fluids 23, 701*
1980. `
..31.1: not very realistic - wire length dominates*
VAGT, J.D.; FERNHOLZ, H.H.*
A discussion of probe effects and improved measuring techniques in the near wall region of an incompressible three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer.*
AGARD CP 271*
1980. `
..31.1:*
FREYMUTH, P.*
Sine-wave testing of non-cylindrical hot-film anemometers according to the Bellhouse-Schultz model.*
J. Phys. E. 13, 98*
1980. `
..31.1:*
SMITS, A.J.; PERRY, A.E.*
The effect of varying resistance ratio on the behaviour of constant- temperature hot-wire anemometers.*
J. Phys. E. 13, 451*
1980. `
..31.1:*
HUFFMAN, G.D.*
Calibration of triaxial hot-wire probes using a numerical search algorithm.*
J. Phys. E. 13, 1177*
1980. `
..31.1:*
COMTE-BELLOT, G.*
Experimental methods and techniques in turbulence research.*
AGARD CP 271*
1980. `
..31.2:*
TORKELSSON, S.A.*
A new type of resistance thermometer for accurate temperature measurement in high gradient thermal boundary layers.*
J. Phys. E. 13, 549*
1980. `
..31.3:*
ANON.*
Testing and measurement techniques in heat transfer and combustion.*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 281*
1980. `
..30.2: very old expts - n=13 and Re,trans up to 6 million*
WINTER, K.G.; MASKELL, E.C.*
The Reynolds number for transition on a flat plate in the RAE 4ft x 3ft low turbulence wind tunnel*
RAE TM Aero 1854*
1980. `
..13.0: just so*
HANJALIC, K.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
Sensitizing the dissipation equation to irrotational strains*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 34*
1980. `
..60.0,27.2: triple deck for shock - see Inger in same Proc*
STANEWSKY, E.; NANDANAN, M.; INGER, G.R.*
Coupling of a shock boundary layer interaction module with a viscous inviscid computation method*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 291*
1980. `
..27.2: in French*
LE BALLEUR, J.C.; NERON, M.*
Calculation of separated viscous flows on aerofoils by a coupling approach*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 291*
1980. `
..41.0: PR document*
KLINE, S.J.*
The 1980-81 AFOSR-HTTM-Stanford conference on complex turbulent flows - comparison of computation and experiment*
AGARD Conf. Prof. 291*
1980. `
..27.4: MAVIS - somewhat optimistic*
BUTTER, D.J.; WILLIAMS, B.R.*
The development and application of a method the viscous flow about high lift aerofoils*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 291*
1980. `
..27.1.27.2: see refs to individual papers*
ANON.*
Computation of viscous-inviscid interactions*
AGARD-CP-291*
1980. `
..17.1,15.0: alg. eddy vis was OK for 18 percent, even in recirc region*
MARVIN, J.G.; LEVY, L.L.; SEEGMILLER, H.L.*
Turbulence modeling for unsteady transonic flows*
AIAA J. 18, 489*
1980. `
..60.0:sep. length increases strongly with M and Te*
PADOVA, C.; FALK, T.J.; WITTLIFF, C.E.*
Experimental investigation of similitude parameters governing transonic shock-boundary layer interactions*
AIAA-80-0158*
1980. `
..25.7,60.0:different power laws for nl. and tgtl. profiles*
PAYNTER, G.C.*
Analysis of multiple weak glancing shock boundary layer interactions*
AIAA-80-0196*
1980. `
..60.0: backstep and ramp to get self-pres ML before reatt.*
SETTLES, G.S.; BACA, B.K.; WILLIAMS, D.R.; BOGDONOFF, S.M.*
A study of reattachment of a free shear layer in compressible turbulent flow*
AIAA-80-1408*
1980. `
..53.1:calcs and meas of all Reynolds stresses*
NAKAMURA, I.; YAMASHITA, S.; YAMAMOTO, K.*
On the turbulent boundary layer on a spinning tail body in an axial flow*
Mem. Fac. Engg, Nagoya Univ., 32, 282*
1980. `
..13.0:Launder's Davis team, inc. Durst on lasers*
KOLLMANN, W. (Ed.)*
Measurements and predictions of complex turbulent flows*
VKI Lecture Series 1980-3*
1980. `
..59.3,61.0:sums up Pailhas thesis etc - PB has*
COUSTEIX, J.; PAILHAS, G.*
Measurements of mean velocity and Reynolds stress tensor within a wake of a swept wing*
ONERA Rept. OA 41/2259 AYD (DERAT 25/5004 DY) *
1980. `
..29.5: floating elt with two eddy current disp. meters*
TENNANT, M.H.; PIERCE, F.J.; McALLISTER, J.E.*
An omnidirectional wall shear meter*
J. Fluids Engg 102, 21*
1980. `
..11.6,24.1:schlieren pics showing orderly structure behind step*
GANJI, A.R.; SAWYER, R.F.*
Experimental study of the flowfield of a two-dimensional premixed turbulent flame*
AIAA J. 18, 817*
1980. `
..11.6,24.1: much chat about ML structure - see AIAA J. 18, 817*
GANJI, A.T.; SAWYER, R.F.*
Turbulence, combustion, pollutant and stability characterization of a premixed, step combustor*
NASA CR 3230*
1980. `
..25.8:one of a series - from Keith U.*
MITCHELL, A.R.; GRIFFITHS, D.F.*
Upwinding by Petrov Galerkin methods in convection diffusion problems*
J. Comp. Appl. Math. 6, 219*
1980. `
..16.1:log laws OK for small angle, nothing good for large angle*
PIERCE, F.J.; McALLISTER, J.E.*
Near wall similarity in a pressure driven three dimensional turbulent boundary layer*
VPI-E-80-32*
1980. `
..54.0,62.0: applied but interesting*
ALMOSNINO, D.; ROM, J.*
Alleviation of the lateral forces and moments acting on a slender body at high angles of attack, using jet injection at subsonic and transonic speeds*
A-80-1558-CP, in AIAA CP806*
1980. `
..22.2: pretty good*
ZINSSER, W.*
On writing well*
Harper and Row, ISBN 0-06-047396-7*
1980. `
..13.0,41.1: hint, but no more, of zonal modelling*
NIELSEN, J.C.*
Missile aerodynamics - past, present, future*
J. Spacecraft and Rockets, 17, 165*
1980. `
..13.0, 53.0: sort of linearized, RDT etc but gets fiddle factor = 10*
BERTOGLIO, J.P.; CHARNAY, G.; MATHIEU, J.*
Effects of rotation on a turbulent shear flow - application to the case of turbomachines*
J. de Mec. Applique 4, 421*
1980. `
..24.1: 3-d and centered off the jet axis*
TSO, J.; KOVASZNAY, L.S.G.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Search for large scale coherent structures in the nearly self preserving region of the axisymmetric turbulent jet*
AIAA paper 80-1355*
1980. `
..25.5,62.0: k, eps. - 20 x 15 x 15*
JONES, W.P.; MCGUIRK, J.J.*
Computation of a round turbulent jet discharging into a confined crossflow*
Turbulent Shear Flows 2 (Ed. L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Springer), p. 233*
1980. `
..27.1,59.2:crude modules but a real working program*
EPPLER, R.; SOMERS, D.M.*
A computer program for the design and analysis of low speed airfoils*
NACA TM 80210*
1980. `
..24.7: just so*
LEONARD, A.*
Review. Vortex methods for flow simulation*
J. Comp. Phys. 37, 289*
1980. `
..13.0: just so*
LAUNDER, B.E.*
Reynolds stress closures - status and prospects*
AGARD CP 271*
1980. `
..28.1,28.2: approx Aero II Elec Engg syllabus*
VASSOS, B.H.; EWING, G.W.*
Analog and digital electronics for scientists*
Wiley*
1980. `
..54.0,21.1: normal stresses only*
HABIB, M.A.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Velocity characteristics of confined coaxial jets with and without swirl*
J. F1uids Engg 102, 47*
1980. `
..24.1: not much difference*
BROWAND, F.K.; LATIGO, B.O.*
The growth of the two dimensional mixing layer from a turbulent and non-turbulent boundary layer*
Phys. Fluids 22, 1011*
1980. `
..50.0: Orr-Somm.-like equation for Wiener-Hermite expansion - agrees with Hunt and Graham*
KAMBE, R.; DOI, M.; IMAMURA, T.*
Turbulent flows near flat plates*
J. Phys. Soc. Japan 49, 763*
1980. `
..31.1: substrate effects on conical probe in water*
LUECK, R.G.*
The calibration of a hot film turbulence probe*
J. Geophys. Res. 85, 4923*
1980. `
..24.2:stag. flow versus Taylor-Gortler*
DALLMANN, U.*
Stability of three dimensional shear flows - criteria for inviscid disturbance excitation*
DFVLR-FB 80-05*
1980. `
..59.4,45.0,54.0: NACA 0012 with square and semicircular tips - incidence not meaningful*
AUTHOR*
TITLE*
NASA CR 3281*
1980. `
..21.2,19.2:Re, lambda up to 1000 - local isotropy assumed*
ANTONIA, R.A.; SATYAPRAKASH, B.R.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Measurements of dissipation rate and some other characteristics of turbulent plane and circular jets*
Phys. Fluids 23, 695*
1980. `
..50.0: separates effects of intensity and length scale*
HANCOCK, P.E.*
The effect of free-stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layers*
PhD Thesis, Imperial College, London*
1980. `
..14.0,13.0,15.0: just so - 3-chapter book, 100 pages, 200 refs., chapter on hydraulics examples*
RODI, W.*
Turbulence models and their application in hydraulics*
Int. Assoc. for Hydraulic Res., Delft, Netherlands*
1980. `
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..25.3,27.2:inviscid rotational*
RUBEL, A.*
Computations of the oblique impingement of round jets upon a plane wall.*
AIAA J. 19, 863*
1981. `
..09.2,23.0:dam-rot, 1300 ft head*
KENN, M.J.; GARROD, A.D.*
Cavitation damage and the Tarbela tunnel collapse of 1974*
Proc. Inst. Civ. Engrs 70, 65 (discussion p. 779)*
1981. `
..60.0: 12 deg. ramp at M=1.77 - near relam? *
DUSSAUGE, J.P.*
Behaviour of turbulent transfer in a rapid expansion, in supersonic flow.*
Ph.D. thesis, Universite d'Aix-Marseille II (I.M.S.T.)*
1981. `
..55.0,51.0: gets same spread as in 2D and isn't surprised!*
SHARMA, R.N.*
Experimental investigaton of conical wall jets.*
AIAA J. 19, 28*
1981. `
..24.1,21.3: refers to Wills*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; CLARK, A.R.*
Measurements of wavenumber-celerity spectrum in plane and axisymmetric jets.*
AIAA J. 19, 51*
1981. `
..24.2: usual turbulence model with odd mods.*
WILCOX, D.C.*
Alternative to the e to the ninth procedure for predicting boundary layer transition.*
AIAA J. 19, 56*
1981. `
..27.1,27.2: see also NLR rept - mixed BC's*
VELDMAN, A.E.P.*
New, quasi-simultaneous method to calculate interacting boundary layers.*
AIAA J. 19, 79 - see also AGARD Conf. Proc. 291*
1981. `
..44.2,30.3: final paper on facility - see p.462 for some num calcs*
LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
An axial flow research compressor facility designed for flow measurement in rotor passages.*
J. Fluids Engg. 102, 402*
1981. `
..25.3,25.10:non-ortho. coords*
FORESTER, C.K.*
Body-fitted 3-D full-potential flow analysis of complex ducts and inlets.*
AIAA-81-0002*
1981. `
..45.0: impressive F15 tests - mean and fluc. pressure*
PEAKE, D.J.; FISHER, D.F.; McRAE, D.S.*
Flight experiments with a slender cone at angle of attack*
AIAA-81-0337*
1981. `
..29.5: cross Stanton tube*
PONTIKOS, N.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Miniature pressure probe for measuring the surface-shear-stress vector in turbulent flow*
Aero. Quart. 32, 43*
1981. `
..45.0: synoptic of thesis*
SHABAKA, I.M.M.A.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Turbulent flow measurements in an idealized wing/body junction*
AIAA J. 19, 131*
1981. `
..45.0,54.0: Cooper*
MEHTA, R.D.; SHABAKA, I.M.M.A.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Imbedded longitudinal vortices in turbulent boundary layers*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows I (T. Cebeci, Ed.), p. 551*
1981. `
..59.2: fig 37 shows big effect of shock smoothing on bl*
LYNCH, F.T.*
Commercial transports - aerodynamic design for cruise performance efficiency*
Douglas Paper 7026 (Transonic Perspective Symposium, Ames, Feb. 81*
1981. `
..11.6:theoretical predictions at high heat release*
LIBBY, P.A.; BRAY, K.N.C.*
Countergradient diffusion in premixed turbulent flames*
AIAA J. 19, 205*
1981. `
..16.1: FFA/Eurovisc test case no. 1*
HUMPHREYS, D.A.*
Three-dimensional wing boundary layer calculated with eight different methods*
AIAA J. 19, 232*
1981. `
..25.3: Neumann - mode functions*
CLARK, R.W.; JAMES, R.M.*
New approach to the solution of large, full matrix equations*
AIAA J. 19, 184*
1981. `
..12.2:simple educative stuff, plus refs.*
DERKSEN, R.W.; AZAD, R.S.*
Behavior of the turbulent energy equation at a fixed boundary*
AIAA J. 19, 238*
1981. `
..25.5: vector and tensor manipulation*
WARSI, Z.U.A.*
Conservation form of the Navier-Stokes equations in general nonsteady coordinates*
AIAA J. 19, 240*
1981. `
..25.4:diagonal dominance achieved by extra terms in tri-di system, vanishing at convergence*
WILCOX, D.C.*
Algorithm for rapid integration of turbulence model equations on parabolic regions*
AIAA J. 19, 248*
1981. `
..06.0,43.0:eddy diff. poor - outer eddies dominate (d-type?)*
RAUPACH, M.R.; THOM, A.S.*
Turbulence in and above plant canopies*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 13, 97*
1981. `
..01.1:quite good review*
ANTONIA, R.A.*
Conditional sampling in turbulence measurement*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 13, 131*
1981. `
..13.0,43.0: Lumley man*
ZEMAN, O.*
Progress in the modeling of planetary boundary layers*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 13, 253*
1981. `
..22.2:not bad at all - about a quarter of the papers presented*
BRADBURY, L.J.S.; DURST, F.; LAUNDER, B.E.; SCHMIDT, F.W.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Turbulent Shear Flows 1*
Springer, Berlin*
1981. `
..13.0:spectral speculations*
HANJALIC, K.; LAUNDER, B.E.; SCHIESTEL, R.*
Multiple-time-scale concepts in turbulent transport modelling*
Turbulent Shear Flows 2 (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.), Springer*
1981. `
..28.3: passes or stops square waves according to repetition freq.*
CISEK, A.M.*
Logic-gate filter handles digital signals*
Electronics, 24 March, p. 137*
1981. `
..01.1,51.0: ellipsoidal body and linear flying wire*
PERRY, A.E.; WATMUFF, J.H.*
The phase-averaged large-scale structures in three-dimensional turbulent wakes*
J. Fluid Mech. 103, 33*
1981. `
..25.6,50.0: high and low Re B.C.s simulated*
BIRINGEN, S.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Large-eddy simulation of the shear-free turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 103, 53*
1981. `
..21.3: only at ystar=70*
McCONACHIE, P.J.*
The distribution of convection velocities in turbulent pipe flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 103, 65*
1981. `
..24.1: excite at a critical freq. quite interesting*
ZAMAN, K.B.M.Q.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Turbulence suppression in free shear flows by controlled excitation*
J. Fluid Mech. 103, 133*
1981. `
..13.0,53.0: it works, and he isn't sure why either*
GIBSON, M.M.; RODI, W.*
A Reynolds-stress closure model of turbulence applied to the calculation of a highly curved mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 103, 161*
1981. `
..44.0,24.4:tilting flume again*
THORPE, S.A.*
An experimental study of critical layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 103, 321*
1981. `
..45.0:as Stanford*
HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; WHITELAW, J.H.; YEE, G.*
Turbulent flow in a square duct with strong curvature*
J. Fluid Mech. 103, 443*
1981. `
..45.0,16.2: hemi. nose and near-conical body*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; PATEL, V.C.; CHOI, D.H.*
Mean-flow measurements in the three-dimensional boundary layer over a body of revolution at incidence*
J. Fluid Mech. 103, 479*
1981. `
..01.1: ID =uv times number of uv quadrant, 1 to 4*
NAKAGAWA, H.; NEZU, I.*
Structure of space-time correlations of bursting phenomena in an open-channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 104, 1*
1981. `
..25.6: QMC LES*
ANTONOPOULOS-DOMIS, M.*
Large-eddy simulation of a passive scalar in isotropic turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 104, 55*
1981. `
..11.3: two mandolines - mean squares don't add because flucns. correlate*
WARHAFT, Z.*
The use of dual heat injection to infer scalar covariance decay in grid turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 104, 93*
1981. `
..22.1:almost reinventing the edge tone - aerofoils in turbulence*
GOLDSTEIN, M.E.*
The coupling between flow instabilities and incident disturbances at a leading edge*
J. Fluid Mech. 104, 217*
1981. `
..12.2,19.3: damped quasi-Gaussian approx - too rarefied to be useful?*
CAMBON, C.; JEANDEL, D.; MATHIEU, J.*
Spectral modelling of homogeneous non-isotropic turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 104, 247*
1981. `
..24.1: 3D and not very well ordered - semantic differences with CMWB*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; CLARK, A.R.*
On the coherent structure of the axisymmetric mixing layer - a flow-visualization study*
J. Fluid Mech. 104, 263*
1981. `
..11.3: anisotropic eddy diffusivity tensor*
TAVOULARIS, S.; CORRSIN, S.*
Experiments in nearly homogeneous turbulent shear flow with a uniform mean temperature gradient*
J. Fluid Mech. 104, 311*
1981. `
..24.1:bifurcation theory for the lam. jet from point source -Landau or Squire*
CANTWELL, B.J.*
Transition in the axisymmetric jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 104, 369*
1981. `
..24.4: V-shaped structures - nice mushroom-slice yz plane view*
PERRY, A.E.; LIM, T.T.; TEH, E.W.*
A visual study of turbulent spots*
J. Fluid Mech. 104, 375*
1981. `
..43.0:Kolmogorov constt for T is 0.8*
BRADLEY, E.F.; ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Temperature structure in the atmospheric surface layer. I. The budget of temperature variance*
Boundary-layer Met. 20, 275*
1981. `
..43.0:large transport of theta cubed*
ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; BRADLEY, E.F.*
Temperature structure in the atmospheric surface layer. II. The budget of mean cube fluctuations*
Boundary-layer Met. 20, 293*
1981. `
..43.0: unprecedented accuracy, they say - lots of samples*
SCHACHER, G.E.; DAVIDSON, K.L.; HOULIHAN, T.; FAIRALL, C.W.*
Measurements of the rate of dissipation of turbulent kinetic energy, epsilon, over the ocean*
Boundary-layer Met. 20, 321*
1981. `
..24.1: more odd M and T effects*
LAU, J.C.*
Effects of exit Mach number and temperature on mean-flow and turbulence characteristics in round jets*
J. Fluid Mech. 105, 193*
1981. `
..24.1,01.2: appallingly low Re - right in transition, Rx .LT. 100000*
RAJAGOPALAN, S.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Properties of the large structure in a slightly heated turbulent mixing layer of a plane jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 105, 261*
1981. `
..21.3: seems not to have read Wills on U(k, omega)*
GOLDSCHMIDT, V.W.; YOUNG, M.F.; OTT, E.S.*
Turbulent convective velocities (broadband and wavenumber dependent) in a plane jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 105, 327*
1981. `
..54.0: log profile, etc*
PHILLIPS, W.R.C.*
The turbulent trailing vortex during roll-up*
J. Fluid Mech. 105, 451*
1981. `
..11.6: just a review - why this as well as Springer book (1980)*
LIBBY, P.A.; WILLIAMS, F.A.*
Some implications of recent theoretical studies in turbulent combustion*
AIAA J. 19, 261*
1981. `
..24.4: not much on technique*
BATILL, S.M.; MUELLER, T.J.*
Visualization of transition in the flow over an airfoil using the smoke-wire technique*
AIAA J. 19, 340*
1981. `
..16.1,45.0: very rough expt - could be tunnel nonuniformity*
MORRISETTE, E.L.; BUSHNELL, D.M.*
Evidence of imbedded vortices in a three-dimensional shear flow*
AIAA J. 19, 400*
1981. `
..11.6: ugh*
O'BRIEN, E.E.*
Statistical methods in reacting turbulent flows*
AIAA J. 19, 366*
1981. `
..25.5: sensible chat on pseudo nu*
CASTRO, I.P.; CLIFFE, K.A.; NORGETT, M.J.*
Numerical predictions of the laminar flow over a normal flat plate*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Fluids 2, 61*
1981. `
..31.2: usual mode analysis - quite useful*
GAVIGLIO, J.; ANGUILLET, J.P.; ELENA, M.*
On the application of hot-wire anemometry to the solution of problems arising in variable temperature turbulent flows*
Rech. Aero. no. 1981-1, p. 59*
1981. `
..11.6,24.7,25.3: good start - need better mesh and vble rho - see Ghoniem in Ref82*
ASHURST, W.T.*
Lagrangian Eulerian calculation of turbulence effects on premixed flame propagation*
Sandia Corp. SAND 81-8640*
1981. `
..31.1: cosine law better for intensity, Friehe-Schwarz for shear stress*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Comparison test of the response to pitch angles of some digital hot wire techniques*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 52, 1376*
1981. `
..29.6: misc - spheres etc*
WERLE, H.*
Transition and separation - visualizations in the ONERA water tunnel*
Rech. Aero. 1980 - 5, p.35*
1981. `
..45.0,30.2: short paper*
MORKOVIN, M.V.*
Observations on streamwise vortices in laminar and turbulent boundary layers*
NASA CR 159061*
1981. `
..59.2: laser meas in sep flow, inc shear stress*
JOHNSON, D.A.; BACHALO, W.D.; OWEN, F.K.*
Transonic flow past a symmetrical airfoil at high angle of attack*
J. Aircraft 18, 7*
1981. `
..62.0,14.0: brief expts and k, eps. calcs - good agreement*
PECK, R.E.*
Aerodynamics of a round jet in a counterflowing wind*
J. Aircraft 18, 61*
1981. `
..59.3:drastic changes - I.I.Sc. expt*
BASKARAN, V.; HOLLA, V.S.*
Effect of rear stagnation point and trailing edge bluntness on airfoil characteristics*
J. Aircraft 18, 63*
1981. `
..28.3: stores 100 names, addresses etc - any order. BASIC*
STOTTS, G.*
Apple name-address*
BYTE vol. 6, no. 4, p. 32*
1981. `
..31.1,09.2:discusses vel and conc, expts and theory*
AKASHI, K.; AIHARA, Y.*
A fundamental study on the use of hot-wire technique for two-phase flow*
Trans. Jap. Soc. Aero and Space Sci. 23, 242*
1981. `
..28.3:including reversed voltage to decelerate*
CIARCIA, S.A.*
DC motor controls - build a motorized platform*
BYTE vol. 6, no. 5, p. 66*
1981. `
..27.3,25.5:split into primary and secondary vel. vectors*
KRESKOVSKY, J.P.; BRILEY, W.R.; McDONALD, H.*
Prediction of laminar and turbulent primary and secondary flows in strongly curved ducts*
NASA CR 3388*
1981. `
..30.2: contract final report - review plus 1 ft tunnel work*
ERICKSON, J.C.; WITTLIFF, C.E.; PADOVA, C.; HOMICZ, G.F.*
Adaptive-wall wind-tunnel investigations*
Calspan Report RK-6040-A-2, ONR contract N00014-77-C-0052*
1981. `
..24.1,21.2: at last*
GOLDSCHMIDT, V.W.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Effects of nozzle exit turbulence on the spreading (or widening) rate of plane free jets*
ASME paper 81-FE-22*
1981. `
..10.0,30.1: approximate similarity conditions*
POREH, M.; KACHERGINSKY, A.*
Simulation of plume rise using small-wind tunnel models.*
J. Wind Engg. and Ind. Aero. 7, 1*
1981. `
..29.2: just so - and the same to you*
MANUEL, T.*
Automating orifices from top to bottom.*
Electronics 54, 5, 157 (March 10)*
1981. `
..31.1: la mer*
CASTALDINI, M.; HELLAND, K.N.; MALVESTUTO, V.*
Hot-film anemometry in aqueous NaCl solutions.*
Int.J.Heat Mass Transf. 24, 133*
1981. `
..32.1:*
LAU, J.C.; WHIFFEN, M.C.; FISHER, M.J.; SMITH, D.M.*
A note on turbulence measurements with a laser velocimeter.*
J. Fluid Mech. 102, 353*
1981. `
..06.0,43.1:moments up to fourth order - big changes in triples*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.: BRADSHAW, P.*
Measurements of turbulence structure in the boundary layer on a rough surface*
Boundary-Layer Met. 20, 201*
1981. `
..43.0,21.3: conv. vel = U for ky .gt. 3, iso only for ky .gt. 20*
WEBSTER, I.T.; BURLING, R.W.*
A test of isotropy and Taylor's hypothesis in the atmospheric boundary layer*
Boundary-Layer Met. 20, 429*
1981. `
..22.2: pretty pics*
BRADSHAW, P.*
Turbulence*
Science Progress 67, 185*
1981. `
..25.5: like Launder's latest*
LILLINGTON, J.N.*
A vector upstream differencing scheme for problems in fluid flow involving significant source terms in steady-state linear systems*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Fluids 1, 3*
1981. `
..27.1:just so*
RUBIN, S.G.*
A review of marching procedures for the parabolized Navier-Stokes equations*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows I (T. Cebeci, Ed.), p. 171*
1981. `
..27.3: coupled strongly implicit - CSIP - algorithm for crossflow*
LIN, A.; RUBIN, S.G.*
Three-dimensional supersonic viscous flow over a cone at incidence*
AIAA-81-0192*
1981. `
..44.3: muck-oil patterns and p. dists*
BIPPES, H.; JACOB, K.; TURK, M.*
Experimental investigations of the separated flow around a rectangular wing*
DFVLR-FB 81-12*
1981. `
..22.2: VKI course - Lumley, Jones, Borghi et al. - same as VKI 1980-3?*
KOLLMANN, W.*
Prediction methods for turbulent flows*
Hemisphere, Washington*
1981. `
..25.6:review*
FERZIGER, J. H.*
State of the art in subgrid scale modelling*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows I (T. Cebeci, Ed.), p. 53*
1981. `
..06.0: Winter-supported work in eqm BLs - correlates on log law*
NIGIM, H.H.M.*
Effects of small isolated roughness elements on turbulent boundary layers*
Univ. of Leicester Engg Dept Rept 81-8*
1981. `
..43.1:shock propagating 25 km from crater - 24 megatons in blast*
KIEFFER, S.W.*
Blast dynamics at Mount St Helens on 18 May 1980*
Nature 291, 568*
1981. `
..25.5:FFT integration of Poisson, not Biot-Savart*
COUET, B.; BUNEMAN, O.; LEONARD, A.*
Simulation of three-dimensional incompressible flows with a vortex in cell method*
J.Comp. Phys. 39, 305*
1981. `
..51.0:Stanford review*
LAUNDER, B.E.; RODI, W.*
The turbulent wall jet*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 19, 81*
1981. `
..53.0:Ri in Gulf Stream is order 1*
NARASIMHA, R.*
The possible influence of curvature and rotation on ocean currents*
Proc. Indian Inst. Sci. (Earth Planet. Sci.) 89, 267*
1981. `
..25.8:publicity doc*
BAKER, A.J.; SOLIMAN, M.O.*
On the utility of finite element theory for computational fluid dynamics*
AIAA-81-1031*
1981. `
..14.0:shear stress more affected by transport than normal stress*
LAUNDER, B.E.*
A new algebraic stress transport hypothesis and its implications for turbulent far wakes*
UMIST document - also AIAA J. 20, 436, 1982*
1981. `
..05.0:not much advance on Hatziavramidis and Hanratty JFM 95, 655*
CHAPMAN, D.R.; KUHN, G.D.*
Two-component Navier-Stokes model of viscous sublayer turbulence*
AIAA-81-1024*
1981. `
..48.0,25.5:quadratic upstream differencing*
LESCHZINER, M.A.; RODI, W.*
Calculation of annular and twin parallel jets using various discretization schemes and turbulence-model variants*
Karlsruhe SFB80/T/159*
1981. `
..53.0:results for free stream "unstable" shear contaminated by f.s. turb*
NAKANO, S.; TAKAHASHI, A.; SHIZAWA, T.; HONAMI, S.*
Effects of stable and unstable free streams on a turbulent flow over a concave surface*
Paper for 3rd Int. Conf. on Turb. Shear Flow, Davis, CA, Sept. 1981*
1981. `
..23.0: Aris rides again - comments by Adrian in PF 25, 577, 1982*
BRADSHAW, P.; KOH, Y.-M.*
A note on Poisson's equation for pressure in a turbulent flow*
Phys. Fluids 24, 777*
1981. `
..11.1: says the turb. transport comes out without modelling*
POPE, S.B.*
Transport equation for the joint probability density function of velocity and scalars in turbulent flow*
Phys. Fluids 24, 588*
1981. `
..11.3: grows as sqrt(x)*
LaRUE, J.C.; LIBBY, P.A.*
Thermal mixing layer downstream of half-heated turbulence grid*
Phys. Fluids 24, 597*
1981. `
..27.1: roughly dp/dy=rho.u2/R*
EAST, L.F.*
Allowance for higher order effects in integral boundary layer calculation methods*
RAE TR 81002*
1981. `
..01.1,05.0: bursts, mainly in straight duct, scale best on inner vbles*
CHAMBERS, F.W.; MURPHY, H.D.; McELIGOT, D.M.*
Laterally converging flow. I - mean flow and II - temporal wall shear stress*
Univ. Arizona papers - pt.2 JFM 127, 403, 1983*
1981. `
..25.4,25.10: just so - contravariant tensors*
HIRSCHEL, E.H.; KORDULLA, W.*
Shear flow in surface-oriented coordinates*
Vieweg, Braunschweig, ISBN 3-528-08078-7*
1981. `
..24.1: plug for Ho*
LAUFER, J.*
Instability and turbulence in jets*
Transition and Turbulence, Academic Press, p. 63*
1981. `
..01.1,24.1: good sound sense on insignificant stats and decomp.*
LUMLEY, J.L.*
Coherent structures in turbulence*
Transition and Turbulence, Academic Press, p. 215*
1981. `
..50.0:long lam region and suspicion of relam - test of McDonald model*
BLAIR, M.F.; WERLE, M.J.*
Combined influence of free-stream turbulence and favorable pressure gradients on boundary layer transition and heat transfer*
United Tech. Res. Lab. Rept. R81-914388-17*
1981. `
..49.0:mean vel and cp - no turb*
NAKAMURA, I.; ISHIKAWA, K.; FURUYA, Y.*
Experiments on the conical diffuser performance with asymmetric uniform shear inlet flow (the case of diffuser with free discharge)*
Bull. JSME, 24, 662*
1981. `
..03.0: review - "hard" relam, and "soft" where uv negligible but k.e. not*
NARASIMHA, R.*
Relaminarization - magneto- hydrodynamic or otherwise*
Third Beer-Sheva Seminar on MHD flows and Turbulence*
1981. `
..11.6:see AIAA-80-0031R - pub? *
BRAY, K.N.C.; LIBBY, P.A.; MASUYA, G.; MOSS, J.B.*
Turbulence production in premixed turbulent flames*
Comb. Sci. and Tech. 25, 127*
1981. `
..11.3:sequel to Phys Fluids 24, 597, 1981*
LaRUE, J.C.; LIBBY, P.A.; SESHADRI, D.V.R.*
Further results on the thermal mixing layer downstream of a turbulence grid*
Phys. Fluids 24, 1927*
1981. `
..43.0: not unlike a short region of curvature - three time scales - see 81 FM 13*
NARASIMHA, R.; SETHU RAMAN, S.; PRABHU, A.; RAO, K.R.; PRASAD, C.R.*
The response of the atmospheric boundary layer to a total solar eclipse*
Indian Inst. of Sci., Bangalore, Dept. Aero. Engg Rept 81 FM 6*
1981. `
..24.4,53.0: spatial O-S calcs*
KOBAYASHI, R.; FUJISAWA, N.*
Taylor-Gortler instability of turbulent wall jets along concave surfaces*
Repts. Inst. High Speed Mech. Tohoko Univ., 43, 1 and J. Appl. Mech 47, 671*
1981. `
..24.2: calcs using method of steepest descent*
GASTER, M.*
Propagation of linear wave packets in laminar boundary layers*
AIAA J. 19, 419*
1981. `
..45.0: like Bearman's fluted base - is it the entry or the groove*
QUASS, B.; HOWARD, F.; WEINSTEIN, L.; BUSHNELL, D.*
Longitudinal grooves for bluff body drag reduction*
AIAA J. 19, 535*
1981. `
..27.2: inverse in sep. region, local relax. matching like Brune cobweb*
GORDON, R.; ROM, J.*
Transonic viscous inviscid interaction over airfoils for separated laminar or turbulent flows*
AIAA J. 19, 545*
1981. `
..59.2:either bubble burst or turb sepn*
VAN DEN BERG, B.*
Role of laminar separation bubbles in airfoil leading edge stalls*
AIAA J. 19, 553*
1981. `
..04.0: down with Bushnell*
INMAN, P.N.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Mixing length in low Reynolds number turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 19, 653*
1981. `
..16.1: sort of characteristics*
CEBECI, T.; KHATTAB, A.K.; STEWARTSON, K.*
Three-dimensional boundary layers and the ok of accessibility*
J. Fluid Mech. 107, 57*
1981. `
..25.5,27.2:Moffatt-like but detailed*
LIRON, N.; BLAKE, J.R.*
Existence of viscous eddies near boundaries*
J. Fluid Mech. 107, 89*
1981. `
..48.0: shortened version of WWB*
WEIR, A.D.; WOOD, D.H.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Interacting turbulent shear layers in a plane jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 107, 237*
1981. `
..02.1,02.2: hairpins extending through BL*
HEAD, M.R.; BANDYOPADHYAY, P.*
New aspects of turbulent boundary layer structure*
J. Fluid Mech. 107, 297*
1981. `
..25.6: num. calcs for small scale, model for large scale*
SIGGIA, E.D.*
Numerical study of small scale intermittency in three dimensional turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 107, 375*
1981. `
..24.2: useful calcs*
NAYFEH, A.H.*
Effect of streamwise vortices on Tollmien Schlichting waves*
J. Fluid Mech. 107, 441*
1981. `
..21.1:calcs, showing viscous stress gts significant in entrainment flow*
SCHNEIDER, W.*
Flow induced by jets and plumes*
J. Fluid Mech. 108, 55*
1981. `
..24.4, 01.2: yet another*
ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; SOKOLOV, M.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
Simultaneous temperature and velocity measurements in the plane of symmetry of a transitional turbulent spot*
J. Fluid Mech. 108, 317*
1981. `
..01.1,06.0:quadrants, triples, with regular array of cyls. - extends JA*
RAUPACH, M.R.*
Conditional statistics of Reynolds stress in rough wall and smooth wall turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 108, 363*
1981. `
..06.0,43.2: extends Hunt and Jackson calcs. Exeter expts on bump*
DAWKINS, R.A.; DAVIES, D.R.*
The effects of surface topography on momentum and mass transfer in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 108, 423*
1981. `
..30.2: apparently, bad advice to put screen ahead of honeycomb*
McKINNEY, M.O.; SHEIMAN, J.*
Evaluation of turbulence reduction devices for the Langley 8-ft transonic pressure tunnel*
NASA TM 81792*
1981. `
..59.3: just so - Reynolds stresses*
YU, J.C.*
Mean-flow and turbulence measurementsin the vicinity of the trailing edge of a NACA 63,1-012 airfoil*
NASA TP 1845*
1981. `
..30.2: part-model tests*
GENTRY, G.L.; IGOE, W.B.; FULLER, D.E.*
Description of 0.186 scale model of high-speed duct of National Transonic facility*
NASA TM 81949*
1981. `
..29.6:pulsed smoke wire, .09 mm dia., 37 ms cycle, motorized oil sponge*
KAWAI, S.*
Visualization of airflow separation over wind-wave crests under moderate wind*
Boundary-Layer Met. 21, 93*
1981. `
..45.0: distinctly sub- Ibrahim - only u, v and uv*
McMAHON, H.; HUBBARTT, J.; KUBENDRAN, L.*
Mean velocities and Reynolds stresse in a juncture flow*
NASA-CR-164029, Georgia Inst. Tech.*
1981. `
..25.4,14.0: k, eps. doesn't represent curvature properly, they say*
DEMIRDZIC, I.; GOSMAN, A.D.; ISSA, R.I.*
Some separated flow computations for the AFOSR HTTM Stanford Conference on Complex Turbulent Flows*
Imperial College Mech. Engg Dept Rept FS/81/24*
1981. `
..11.3,01.2: positive between vel and temp extrema, else negative*
TAVOULARIS, S.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Skewness of the temperature derivative in an asymmetrically heated wake*
Phys. Fluids 24, 778*
1981. `
..56.0: circ cyl and inclined spheroid - lots of meas but sparse posns*
MEIER, H.U.; KREPLIN, H.-P.; FANG, L.W.*
Experimental study of two and three dimensional boundary layer separation*
DFVLR/AVA IB 222 81 A 12*
1981. `
..45.0: fitting of calc patterns to flow viz - semi-quant.*
BRASSEUR, J.G.; CHANG, I.D.*
Combination of kinematics with flow visualization to compute total circulation*
AIAA J. 19, 878*
1981. `
..59.0,11.3:comments on a 1975 paper with wrong dimns*
ZDRAVKOVICH, M.M.*
Tracer residence time in a nearwake of bluff bodies*
AIAA J. 19, 960*
1981. `
..04.0: writeup of Purtell thesis*
PURTELL, L.P.; KLEBANOFF, P.S.; BUCKLEY, F.T.*
Turbulent boundary layers at low Reynolds numbers*
Phys. Fluids 24, 802*
1981. `
..10.0:AEA support - expanding grids*
EL TAHRY, S.; GOSMAN, D.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
The two and three dimensional dispersal of a passive scalar in a turbulent boundary layer*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 24, 35*
1981. `
..28.3: rules OK - he visited summer 81*
STOCK, D.E.; LENTZ, R.A.*
Using S-100 based microcomputers in the fluid mechanics laboratory*
ASME-WA-81-?*
1981. `
..28.3: 3-part article - details of all buses *
WARREN, C.*
Understanding bus basics helps resolve design conflicts*
EDN May 27, p. 159, June 10 p. 141, June 24 p. 157*
1981. `
..47.2:comparisons of calcs - SSPA 720 and Hoffmann models*
LARSSON, L. (Ed.)*
SSPA-ITTC Workshop on Ship Boundary Layers 1980*
SSPA Pub. 90*
1981. `
..21.2: self-pres now*
CERVANTES de GORTARI, J.; GOLDSCHMIDT, V.W.*
The apparent flapping motion of a turbulent plane jet - further experimental results*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 119*
1981. `
..16.1: eddy vis but non-dev surface*
LINDHOUT, J.P.F.; MOEK, G.; DE BOER, E.; VAN DEN BERG, B.*
A method for the calculation of 3D boundary layers on practical wing configurations*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 104*
1981. `
..62.0,61.0: laser meas in high turb, else hot wire - no vw*
CRABB, D.; DURAO, D.F.G.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
A round jet normal to a crossflow*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 142*
1981. `
..61.0:wake vortices change sign with back shape*
AHMED, S.R.*
Wake structure of typical automobile shapes*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 162*
1981. `
..48.0: as for Stanford*
KLEIN, A.*
Review - Turbulent developing pipe flow*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 243*
1981. `
..49.0: as for Stanford*
KLEIN, A.*
Review - Effect of inlet conditions on conical diffuser performance*
J. Fluids Engg. 103, 250*
1981. `
..49.0,27.1: Ghose rides again*
BARDINA, J.; LYRIO, A.; KLINE, S.J.; FERZIGER, J.H.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
A prediction method for planar diffuser flows*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 315*
1981. `
..59.0,06.0: gap in spanwise bar - meas. on C.L. only*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.; BARBER, D.S.; LOGAN, E.*
Turbulent boundary layer flow through a gap in a wall-mounted roughness element*
Australian ARL Mech. Engg Note 38 (1980) and J. Fluids Engg 103, 97*
1981. `
..57.0: useful review*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.*
Turbulent shear flows over a step change in surface roughness*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 344*
1981. `
..27.2,25.5: implicit addition to the original explicit - see AIAA J. 20, 1275, 1982*
MacCORMACK, R.W.*
Numerical solution of compressible viscous flows at high Reynolds number*
NASA-TM-81279, N81-21025*
1981. `
..15.0,16.1,25.4: integral eqns hyp in plan view, so herringbone equals caustic*
COUSTEIX, J.; HOUDEVILLE, R.*
Singularities in three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer calculations and separation phenomena*
AIAA J. 19, 976*
1981. `
..25.9:Poisson for secondary flow, march for primary flow*
ABDALLAH, S.; HAMED, A.*
Inviscid solution for the secondary flow in curved ducts*
AIAA J. 19, 993*
1981. `
..24.1: axi. therefore acoustic*
SOKOLOV, M.; KLEIS, S.J.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Coherent structures induced by two simultaneous sparks in an axisymmetric jet*
AIAA J. 19, 1000*
1981. `
..09.1: 300ppm chrysotile asbestos gives 70 percent drag reduction*
McCOMB, W.D.; CHAN, K.T.J.*
Drag reduction in fibre suspension*
Nature 292, 520*
1981. `
..27.1,27.2: useful review, inc num stab*
LOCK, R.C.; FIRMIN, M.C.P.*
Survey of techniques for estimating viscous effects in external aerodynamics*
RAE TM Aero 1900 (IMA Conf., Reading) *
1981. `
..19.2:straight line between two curves gives mu=0.2*
ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; SATYAPRAKASH, B.R.*
Reynolds number dependence of high-order moments of the streamwise turbulent velocity derivatives*
Boundary-Layer Met. 21, 159*
1981. `
..43.1: see also p. 159 - prod = diss for 0.gt.z/l.gt-0.4 *
BRADLEY, E.F.; ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Turbulent Reynolds number and the turbulent kinetic energy balance in the atmospheric surface layer*
Boundary-Layer Met. 21, 183*
1981. `
..30.2: unoriginal - recommmends screen after honeycomb. Some new data*
SCHEIMAN, J.; BROOKS, J.D.*
Comparison of experimental and theoretical turbulence reduction from screens, honeycomb and honeycomb-screen combinations*
J. Aircraft 18, 638 and NASA TP 1958*
1981. `
..62.0: useful refs plus analysis*
YEN, K.T.*
Vertical momentum of the fountain produced by multijet vertical impingement on a flat ground plane*
J. Aircraft, 18, 650*
1981. `
..30.2:flow passes through 3 inclined screens*
WINTER, K.G.; EAST, L.F.*
The design of a jet catcher*
RAE TM Aero 1891 (and Aero. J. 87, 26, 1983) *
1981. `
..30.2: vel ratio rather than area ratio matters*
WINTER, K.G.; BOYD, C.*
A speculation on the influence of compressibility on the performance of a wind contraction cone*
RAE TM Aero 1896*
1981. `
..31.1: mainly summary of the feedback stuff but good in general*
BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Hot-wire and hot-film anemometers*
Methods of Experimental Physics - Fluid Dynamics (R.J. Emrich, Ed.) vol. 18A, p. 259*
1981. `
..25.6: direct, not turb sim - SGS = truncation.*
ROGALLO, R.S.*
Numerical experiments in homogeneous turbulence *
NASA TM 81315*
1981. `
..30.2:effect of tongue clearance*
GIKADI, T.*
Experimental investigation of the influence of geometry upon the flow conditions and the noise of a centrifugal fan*
DFVLR-FB 81-20*
1981. `
..14.0: Davis paper, fiddles c-mu for curve, etc*
HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; POURAHMADI, F.*
A generalized algebraic relation for predicting developing curved channel flow with a k, epsilon model of turbulence*
Lawrence Lab LBL-12009 Rev. and Davis paper*
1981. `
..62.0,24.1: relevant to VTOL, god forbid*
HO, C.-M.; NOSSEIR, N.S.*
Dynamics of an impinging jet. Part 1. The feedback phenomenon*
J. Fluid Mech. 105, 119*
1981. `
..11.6:significant in some mixtures at moderate Re*
BILGER, R.W.; DIBBLE, R.W.*
Differential molecular diffusion effects in turbulent mixing*
Sandia Labs SAND80-8809*
1981. `
..59.2:sails*
NEWMAN, B.G.*
The aerodynamics of flexible membranes*
Proc. 8th Canadian Cong. Appl. Mech., p.63*
1981. `
..25.2,25.10: papers on splitting, mesh gen. etc*
ANON.*
AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference - a collection of technical papers*
AIAA CP 814*
1981. `
..25.7: Euler plus inverse - mean k.e. - b.l. soln.*
SCHMIDT, W.; JAMESON, A.; WHITFIELD, D.*
Finite volume solutions for the Euler equations for transonic flows over airfoils and wings including viscous effects*
AIAA-81-1265*
1981. `
..13.0: no upstream influence in the shear layer - the only test*
EAST, L.F.*
A representation of second-order boundary layer effects in the momentum integral equation and in viscous inviscid interactions*
RAE TR 81002*
1981. `
..28.3: excellent and detailed, with ccts*
LIBES, S.; GARETZ, M.*
Interfacing to S-100 (IEEE-696) microcomputers*
Osborne / McGraw-Hill*
1981. `
..31.1:slope, intercept and index free*
HO, K.K.; KO, N.W.M.*
A study on the static calibration of a hot wire*
IEEE Trans. on Instrum. and Meas. IM-30, 213*
1981. `
..27.2: defect integral method a la East*
LE BALLEUR, J.C.*
Strong matching method for computing transonic viscous flows including wakes and separations. Lifting aerofoils*
Rech. Aerosp. 1981-3, p.21*
1981. `
..24.2:stag. flow disturbances not Taylor Gortler vortices*
DALLMAN, U.*
Stability of three dimensional shear flows - criteria for disturbance excitation*
DFVLR-FB 80-05*
1981. `
..24.1: thesis writeup*
BREIDENTHAL, R.*
Structure in turbulent mixing layers and wakes using a chemical reaction*
J. Fluid Mech. 109, 1*
1981. `
..59.0: pyramidal roughness*
ACHENBACH, E.; HEINECKE, E.*
On vortex shedding from smooth and rough circular cylindersin the range of Rey numbers 6000 to 5 million*
J. Fluid Mech. 109, 239*
1981. `
..09.2,05.0: relevant to inner layer bursts*
SUMER, B.M.; DEIGAARD, R.*
Particle motion near the bottom in turbulent flow in an open channel*
J. Fluid Mech. 109, 311*
1981. `
..24.2: vert. compt. excites, so longl. waves have odd effects*
TAM, C.K.W.*
The excitation of Tollmien Schlichting waves in low subsonic boundary layers by free-stream sound waves*
J. Fluid Mech. 109, 483*
1981. `
..01.1,23.0: rather scruffy - u and p arrays *
ZAKKAY, V.; BARRA, V.*
Coherent structure of the turbulent boundary layer at low and high velocities*
New York Univ. Dept. Appl. Sci. Rept - for ASME London meeting*
1981. `
..11.6: two separate laser systems but neednt be*
DIBBLE, R.W.; RAMBACH, G.D.; HOLLENBACH, R.E.; RINGLAND, J.T.*
Simultaneous measurement of velocity and temperature in flames using LDV and CW laser Rayleigh thermometry*
Sandia Corp. SAND81-8800 *
1981. `
..24.4: Perry like patterns*
AIHARA, Y.; KOYAMA, H.*
Secondary instability of Gortler vortices - formation of periodic three dimensional structures*
Trans. Jap. Soc Aero. Space Sci. 24, 78*
1981. `
..24.1: yes - Str =.3 etc*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; ZAMAN, K.B.M.Q.*
The preferred mode of the axisymmetric jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 110, 39*
1981. `
..24.4: spots - collaborative effort*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.; RILEY, J.J.*
On the growth of turbulent regions in laminar boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 110, 73*
1981. `
..31.1,01.1: review*
COMTE-BELLOT, G.; CHARNAY, G.; SABOT, J.*
Hot wire and hot film anemometry and conditional measurements - a report on Euromech 132*
J. Fluid Mech. 110, 115*
1981. `
..59.0:thesis writeup*
CHANDRSUDA, C.; BRADSHAW, Pp.*
Turbulence structure of a reattaching mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 110, 171*
1981. `
..31.1: pulse a hot wire ahead of the cold one, knowing the former's time constt*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Determination of time constants of cold wires*
Rev. Sci. Inst. 52, 1382*
1981. `
..06.0,57.1,59.2: 159 pages*
YOUNG, A.D.; PATERSON, J.H.*
Aircraft excrescence drag*
AGARDograph 264*
1981. `
..49.0,15.0: grandson of Ghose*
LYRIO, A.A.; FERZIGER, J.H.; KLINE, S.J.*
An integral method for the computation of steady and unsteady turbulent boundary layer flows, including the transitory stall regime in diffusers*
Stanford Univ. Thermosci. Divn. Rept PD-23*
1981. `
..27.2: inverse scheme extended*
CARTER, J.E.*
Development of a prediction method for transonic shock induced separated flow*
UTRC Rept R80-915213-4*
1981. `
..59.0: pub. version*
EATON, J.K.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
A review of research on subsonic turbulent flow reattachment*
AIAA J. 19, 1093*
1981. `
..24.1: light scattering for conc*
LONG, M.B.; CHU, B.T.*
Mixing mechanism and structure of an axisymmetric turbulent mixing layer*
AIAA J. 19, 1158*
1981. `
..31.1: Friehe and Schwarz better than psi, eff*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Comparison test of the response to pitch angles of some digital hot wire anemometry techniques*
Rev. Sci. Inst. 52, 1376*
1981. `
..29.2: 3rd yr project*
CHRISTIANSEN, T.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Effect of turbulence on pressure probes*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 14, 992*
1981. `
..28.3: one ground, one data with i/o diodes. Software is up to you*
CLEMENTS, K.; DAUGHERTY, D.*
Ultra low cost network for personal computers*
BYTE vol. 6, no. 10, p. 50*
1981. `
..28.3: very formal layout with matrix sizes stated explicitly*
KALISH, C.E.; MAYER, M.F.*
DIF - A format for data exchange between applications programs*
BYTE vol. 6, no. 11, p. 174*
1981. `
..28.3:commercial packages - dearest is best*
BARLEY, K.S.; DRISCOLL, J.R.*
A survey of data-base management systems for microcomputers*
BYTE vol. 6, no. 11, p. 200*
1981. `
..28.3:review with emphasis on modularity*
MORALEE, D.*
ADA - software engineering language of the future*
Electronics and Power Engg vol. 27, no. 7/8, p. 556*
1981. `
..15.0: a new paper - uses universal defect law of S. and Perry*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.*
A prediction method for turbulent boundary layers in adverse pressure gradients*
ARL-MECH-ENG-NOTE-385*
1981. `
..19.2,43.0: correln - spectrum relation inadequate at real Re*
ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; SATYAPRAKASH, B.R.*
Kolmogorov constants for structure functions in turbulent shear flows*
Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc. 107, 579*
1981. `
..16.2: impressive flight tests on Lansen*
BERTELRUD, A.*
Steady and unsteady effects on the aerodynamic flow on a swept wing in flight*
AIAA-81-2418*
1981. `
..30.2,28.3: fiendish - ink jet in a tunnel contraction and annular at that*
HENDRIKS, F.*
Aerodynamics of ink jet printing*
J. Appl. Phot. Engg 6, no. 3, 83*
1981. `
..30.3: 86 cm x 20 cm - return cct with centri blower*
BLAIR, M.F.; BAILEY, D.A.; SCHLINKER, R.H.*
Development of a large-scale wind tunnel for the simulation of turbomachinery airfoil boundary layers*
J.Engg. Power 103, 678*
1981. `
..22.2: inaug - poetry*
BRADSHAW, P.*
3000 years of fluid dynamics*
IC Aero TN 81-110*
1981. `
..62.0:free jets impinging at 45 deg half angle*
MAXWELL, W.H.C.; SNORRASON, A.*
Measurements in merging flow*
Ill. S.U., Urbana Champaign fiche PB81-163545*
1981. `
..29.6:can match refractive index, also electrochromic*
HENDRIKS, F.; AVIRAM, A.*
The use of zinc iodide solutions in flow research*
IBM Watson Center RC 8885*
1981. `
..13.0,53.0:formal extension of Launder modelling*
COUSTEIX, J.; AUPOIX, B.*
Reynolds stress equations modeling in a rotating reference system*
Rech. Aero. 1981-4, p. 51*
1981. `
..11.2,02.1:theory as per Beljaar's thesis*
BELJAARS, A.C.M.; KRISHNA PRASAD, K.; DE VRIES, D.A.*
A structural model for turbulent exchange in boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 112, 33*
1981. `
..21.3,24.1:T's H works if you use large eddy bulk vel*
ZAMAN, K.B.M.Q.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Taylor hypothesis and large scale coherent structures*
J. Fluid Mech. 112, 379*
1981. `
..54.1:very specialized coiled shapes - Biot Savart*
KIDA, S.*
A vortex filament moving without change of form*
J. Fluid Mech. 112, 397*
1981. `
31..1:just so*
MALCOLM, D.G.; VERMA, V.*
Dynamic response of forced convective heat transfer from hot film sensors to mercury. Part 2. Experiment*
J. Fluid Mech. 112, 475*
1981. `
..05.0:general short review*
SMITH, C.R.; METZLER, S.P.*
A visual study of the characteristics, formation, and regeneration of turbulent boundary layer streaks*
Lehigh paper, for S.E. Conf. on Theor and Appl Mech*
1981. `
..22.2: entertaining*
SMITH, A.M.O.*
The boundary layer and I*
AIAA J. 19, 1377*
1981. `
..43.0: emphasis on dissipation of k.e. and theta*
GIBSON, C.H.*
Buoyancy effects in turbulent mixing - sampling turbulence in the stratified ocean*
AIAA J. 19, 1394*
1981. `
..62.0: Grumman - theor and expt*
SICLARI, M.J.; HILL, W.G.; JENKINS, R.C.*
Stagnation line and upwash formation of two impinging jets*
AIAA J. 19, 1286*
1981. `
..29.3:cap. type, perforated dielectric helps*
PORTAT, M.; BRUERE, A.; GODEFROY, J.C.; HELIAS, F.*
Measurement possibilities on turbomachines with thin film transducers*
ONERA TP 1981-103*
1981. `
..16.1: results of the Amsterdam wing root test case*
LINDHOUT, J.P.F.; VAN DEN BERG, B.; ELSENAAR, A.*
Comparison of boundary layer calculations for the root section of a wing*
NLR MP 80028U*
1981. `
..29.5:surprisingly large Stanton / Preston diffs - step and rough change*
KISKE, S.; VASANTA RAM, V.; PFARR, K.*
The effect of disturbed turbulence structure on the Preston tube method of measuring wall shear stress*
Aero. Quart. 32, 354*
1981. `
..25.6:very odd correln for the comp. part of p-strain - prop M *
FEIEREISEN, W.J.; REYNOLDS, W.C.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
Numerical simulation of a compresssible, homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. TF-13*
1981. `
..25.6: lovely 3D pairing if disturbed - but very very low Re*
CAIN, A.B.; REYNOLDS, W.C.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
A three dimensional simulation of transition and early turbulence in a time developing mixing layer*
Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. TF-14*
1981. `
..25.6: Pr turb goes as rate of strain to the -.2 - weak*
SHIRANI, E.; FERZIGER, J.H.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Mixing of a passive scalar in isotropic and sheared homogeneous turbulence*
Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept. TF-15*
1981. `
..25.6: general review same as VKI*
FERZIGER, J.H.*
Higher level simulations of turbulent flows*
Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg. Dept. Rept TF-16*
1981. `
..25.2: just so*
FERZIGER, J.H.*
Numerical methods for engineering application*
Wiley, New York*
1981. `
..25.4: couples mom and cont - refers to box*
MATSUNO, K.*
A second order accurate procedure for solving the boundary layer equations by a predictor corrector form of the Crank-Nicolson scheme*
Jap. Nat. Aerospace Lab. TR-655T*
1981. `
..01.1,23.0: hot film - scales on inner vbles, unambiguously*
CHAMBERS, F.W.; MURPHY, H.D.*
Turbulent wall shear stress fluctuations in fully developed and accelerating flows*
Los Alamos Rept. LA-8781-MS*
1981. `
..31.1:underestimates voids because of surface tension *
TORAL, H.*
A study of the hot-wire anemometer for measuring voids fraction in two-phase flow*
J. Phys. E 14, 822*
1981. `
..13.0,02.1: eqns for turb and irr. U, gamma, diss and k, inc gamma prod*
BYGGSTOYL, S.; KOLLMANN, W.*
Closure model for intermittent turbulent flows*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 24, 1811*
1981. `
..45.0: flow viz on double deltas*
BRENNENSTUHL, U.; HUMMEL, D.*
On the vortex formation over wings with kinked leading edges*
Z. Flugwiss. 5, 375*
1981. `
..07.0: cos plus linear*
PFEIL, H.; LEHMANN, K.*
An improved model for boundary layer profiles*
Z. Flugwiss. 5, 395*
1981. `
..30.2:model tests for Langley 8 -ft*
SCHEIMAN, J.*
Considerations for the installation of honeycomb and screens to reduce wind tunnel turbulence*
NASA TM 81868*
1981. `
..16.1,17.1:general review of his work*
COUSTEIX, J.*
Three dimensional and unsteady boundary layers*
ONERA T.P. 1891-123*
1981. `
..30.3:interesting but plausible flow angles at contraction exit*
MOREL, J.P.*
The ETW European transonic wind tunnel project - progress report*
ONERA T.P. 1981-121*
1981. `
..18.2:another damned, thick square book*
FERNHOLZ, H.H.; FINLEY, P.J.*
A further compilation of compressible boundary layer data with a survey of turbulence data*
AGARD-AG-263*
1981. `
..44.3:large - misc ONERA work - lam bl on sidewall in some cases*
CHEVALLIER, J.P.*
Three dimensional effects on aerofoils*
ONERA TP 1981-117*
1981. `
..17.2: review - tape available*
CARR, L.W.*
A compilation of unsteady turbulent boundary layer experimental data*
AGARD-AG-265*
1981. `
..24.7,25.3:somewhat mathematical - see also PAM-48*
BEALE, J.T.; MAJDA, A.*
Vortex methods, I and II*
Center for Pure and Appl. Math., Berkeley, PAM-35, PAM-54*
1981. `
..31.1,28.3:Prosser lin.*
MARLOWE, S.*
A microprocessor based automatic polynomial linearizer for constant temperat anemometry systems*
Trans. Inst. Meas. and Control vol. 3, no. 2, p. 71*
1981. `
..16.1,27.1: TC working on this too*
FORMERY, M.; DELERY, J.*
Finite difference method for the inverse mode computation of a three dimensional turbulent boundary layer*
Rech. Aero English Edition 1981-5, p.11*
1981. `
..24.1:peak at St,d=.47 with turb exit BL, not self pres.*
DRUBKA, R.E.; NAGIN, H.M.*
Instabilities in near field of turbulent jets and their dependence on initial conditions and Reynolds number*
IIT Fluids and Heat Transf. Rept. R81-2*
1981. `
..06.0,11.3:Pr,t independent of roughness but only .8*
COLEMAN, H.W.; MOFFAT, R.J.; KAYS, W.M.*
Heat transfer in the accelerated fully rough turbulent boundary layer*
J. Heat Transf. 103, 153*
1981. `
..24.2,53.0,42.0:linear theory - wave no. difficult to disentangle*
MOUTSOGLOU, A.; CHEN, T.S.; CHENG, K.C.*
Vortex instability of mixed convection flow over a horizontal flat plate*
J. Heat Transf. 103, 257*
1981. `
..53.0: delta/R -.08 to +.125 - usual R12 going to zero*
PRABHU, A.; SUNDARASIVA RAO, B.N.*
Turbulent boundary layers in a longitudinally curved stream*
Indian Inst. Sci. Rept 81FM10*
1981. `
..62.0: 45 deg out from flat plate - all 3 compts*
IZARD, M.; LABBE, J.*
Experimental study by laser anemometry of the interaction of an oblique jet with a subsonic flow*
Rech. Aerospatiale, English Edition no 1981-6, p.1 *
1981. `
..11.1: general review, mainly heat transf. - 80 pages*
KADER, B.A.; YAGLOM, A.M.*
Turbulent shear flow*
Mekh. Zhid. i Gaza 15, 81*
1981. `
..43.0: buoyancy impulse - see also 81 FM 6*
NARASIMHA, R.; PRABHU, A.; NARAHARI RAO, K.; PRASAD, C.R.*
Preliminary results from an atmospheric boundary layer experiment during the 1980 solar eclipse*
Indian Inst Sci. Rept 81 FM 13*
1981. `
..30.3: nice hardcover book*
BAALS, D.D.; CORLISS, W.R.*
Wind tunnels of NASA*
NASA SP 440*
1981. `
..62.0:Tempe work, multiple jets into narrow passage*
FLORSCHUETZ, L.W.; METZGER, D.E.; TRUMAN, C.R.*
Jet array impingement with crossflow - correlation of streamwise resolved flow and heat transfer distributions*
NASA CR 3373*
1981. `
..62.0:several papers on jet impingement*
ANON.*
Fluid dynamics of jets with applications to V/STOL*
AGARD Conf Proc. 308*
1981. `
..62.0: general review, fountains etc*
BARCHE, J.*
Jet interactions with neighbouring surfaces*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 308*
1981. `
..62.0: review of the difficulties*
MARGASON, R.J.*
Jet V/Stol wind tunnel simulation and groundplane effects*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 308*
1981. `
..13.0,62.0: why en ce galere - says tensor lengthscale needed*
DONALDSON, C. duP.; SANDRI, G.*
On the inclusion of information on eddy structure in second order closure models of turbulent flows*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 308*
1981. `
..48.0: lam BL and turb cyl wake - "remarkable transition"*
KANEMOTO, T.; TOYOKURA, T.; KUROKAWA, J.*
Interference between boundary layer flow and wake flow*
Bull. Jap. Soc. Mech. Engrs. 24, no. 189, paper no. 189-13*
1981. `
..25.4: neat method for mass flow, adding solns of linearized difference eqns*
LOURENCO, L.; ESSERS, J.-A.*
A numerical method for the solution of internal pipe/channel flows in laminar or turbulent motion*
VKI Tech Note 141*
1981. `
..23.0: can't have same dstar, same Re and different d, so scaling is inexact*
BULL, M.K.; LANGEHEINEKEN, Th.*
On the wall pressure field in turbulent pipe flow*
Max Planck Inst. fur Stromungsforschung Mitt. 73*
1981. `
..23: p,w correlns with u and v - cond sampling*
LANGEHEINEKEN, Th.*
Zusammenhange zwischen Wanddruck- und Geschwindigkeitsschwankungen in turbulenter Rohrstromung*
Max Planck Inst. fur Stromungsforschung Mitt. 70*
1981. `
..23.0,05.0: p' peaks related to vel field streaks*
LANGEHEINEKEN, Th.*
Relationships between wall pressure and velocity fluctuations in turbulent pipe flow (experimental investigation)*
Max Planck Inst. fur Stromungsforschung Mitt. 70*
1981. `
..05.0,31.1: gradient-probe trouble overcome - finds streamwise vortices at yplus=25*
KLAGES, H.*
An experimental investigation of a probe interference in the near wall region in a turbulent channel flow*
Max Planck Inst. fur Stromungsforschung Mitt. 71*
1981. `
..17.1:IUTAM sympo, Toulouse*
MICHEL, R.; COUSTEIX, J.; HOUDEVILLE, R. (Eds.)*
Unsteady Turbulent Shear Flows*
Springer, Berlin*
1981. `
..59.2,24.2,24.1: xr/h as fn of Re,h<10000*
SINHA, S.N.; GUPTA, A.K.; OBERAI, M.M.*
Laminar separating flow over backsteps and cavities. Part 1, backsteps*
AIAA J. 19, 1527*
1981. `
..24.4: more Brown-like trusses*
MUELLER, T.J.; NELSON, R.C.; KEGELMAN, J.T.; MORKOVIN, M.V.*
Smoke visualization of boundary layer transition on a spinning axisymmetric body*
AIAA J. 19, 1607*
1981. `
..27.2,26.2: imbedded analytical soln., with BL soln, coupled by delta star*
NANDANAN, M.; STANEWSKY, E.; INGER, G.R.*
Airfoil flow analysis with a special solution for shock/boundary-layer interaction*
AIAA J. 19, 1540*
1981. `
..02.1:Libby like models - a lot of useful chat*
LEWALLE, J.*
Contribution to the theory and modelling of interface related phenomena in intermittent turbulent flows*
Ph.D. thesis, Cornell Univ., Univ. Microfilms 81-10913*
1981. `
..06.0: "the level of the actual momentum sink" - but difficult to calcuklate or measure*
JACKSON, P.S.*
On the displacement height in the logarithmic velocity profile*
J. Fluid Mech. 11, 15*
1981. `
..0..13.0: two sink terms in the diss eqn.*
NEWMAN, G.R.; LAUNDER, B.E.; LUMLEY, J.L.*
Modelling the behaviour of homogeneous scalar turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 111, 217*
1981. `
..28.3: one of a series of papers on 16 bit micros*
HELLER, P.*
The Intel iAPX 286 Microprocessor*
Session 1, Wescon 81, paper 1/3*
1981. `
..30.1: a long and a sad tale*
HASEL, L.E.; STALLINGS, R.L.*
Analysis of the performance of the drive system and diffuser of the Langley unitary plan wind tunnel*
NASA TM-83168*
1981. `
..59.2: all Whitcomb and no Pearcey*
AYERS, T.G.; HALLISSY, J.B.*
Historical background and design evolution of the transonic aircraft technology supercritical wing*
NASA TM-81356*
1981. `
..31.1: comments on Perry and Smits - F. was there first*
FREYMUTH, P.*
The effect of varying resistance ratio on the behaviour of constant-temperature hot-wire anemometers*
J. Phys. E. 14, 1373*
1981. `
..29.6,29.1:Schlieren with concentric rings instead of knife edge*
OHNDER OZBELGE, H.; LIGHTFOOT, E.N.; MILLER, E.E.*
Reflectance-Schlieren technique for measurement of free liquid surface perturbations*
J.Phys. E. 14, 1381*
1981. `
..62.0: sand on surface for shear stress - useful misc results*
VIEGAS, D.X.F.C.*
An erosion technique applied to the study of interaction between turbulent jets on a flat surface*
Thesis, Mech Engg Dept, Univ. of Coimbra, Portugal*
1981. `
..19.2,24.7: vortices occupy space with dimension 2.5*
CHORIN, A.J.*
Estimates of intermittency, spectra, and blow-up in developed turbulence*
Comm. Pure Appl. Math. 34, 853*
1981. `
..30.2: data report - two parts*
HACKETT, J.E.; SAMPATH, S.; PHILLIPS, C.G.*
Determination of wind tunnel constraint effects by a unified wall pressure signature method. Part 1. Applications to winged configurations*
NASA CR-166186*
1981. `
..30.2,62.0: data report - two parts*
HACKETT, J.E.; SAMPATH, S.; PHILLIPS, C.G.; WHITE, R.B.*
Determination of wind tunnel constraint effects by a unified wall pressure signature method. Part 2. Application to jet-in-crossflow cases*
NASA CR-166187*
1981. `
..50.0:horrid 3-rod grids*
HOFFMAN, J.A.*
Effects of free stream turbulence on diffuser performance*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 385*
1981. `
..14.0: Dufort Frankel algebraic model*
GESSNER, F.B.; EMERY, A.F.*
The numerical prediction of developing turbulent flow in rectangular ducts*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 445*
1981. `
..14.0: Re-dependent coeffts - improves Jones and Launder k, eps.*
LAM, C.K.G.; BREMHORST, K.*
A modified form of the k-epsilon model for predicting wall turbulence*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 456*
1981. `
..29.5: pulsed wall probe - quantitative thermal tuft*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; EATON, J.K.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
A new probe for measurement of velocity and wall shear stress in unsteady reversing flow*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 478*
1981. `
..24.1: seek and ye shall find - just a spectrum peak really*
TSO, T.; KOVASZNAY, L.S.G.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Search for large scale coherent structures in the nearly self preserving region of a turbulent axisymmetric jet*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 503*
1981. `
..22.2: turbulence, multiphase, fluid-structure, BL, biol, instrum*
JONES, O.C.; KREITH, F.; WHITE, F.M.*
REVIEW-basic research needs in fluid mechanics*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 509*
1981. `
..56.0:good general review*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
REVIEW-a review of some phenomena in turbulent flow separation*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 520*
1981. `
..04.0,30.3: wall tau from dudy in low-density tunnel - log law goes odd below rtheta=600*
WHITE, B.R.*
Low Reynolds number turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluids Engg 103, 624*
1981. `
..24.8:specified p.g., also b.l. calcs for heating*
EISENHUTH, J.J.; HOFFMAN, G.H.*
Inverse axisymmetric body study*
Penn. State ARL/PSU/TM-81-177, AD A107662/9*
1981. `
..24.2,24.4:1980 Wisconsin meeting - nothing special. D.Clark QMC and JTS have*
MEYER, R.E.*
Transition and turbulence*
Academic Press, New York*
1981. `
..25.5,27.1:PNS for non iterative space marching*
SCHIFF, L.B.; STEGER, J.L.*
Numerical simulation of steady supersonic viscous flow*
NASA TP 1749*
1981. `
..22.2:mainly the last few years space program*
ANDERSON, F.W.*
Orders of magnitude - a history of NACA and NASA 1915-1980 - 2nd Edition*
NASA SP 4403*
1981. `
..24.4:scruffy expt, but 100% overshoot on RMS u on CL*
BANFI, G.P.; De MICHELI, R.; HENIN, A.*
Velocity fluctuation enhancement in the transition to turbulence in a pipe*
J. Physics D - Appl. Phys. 14, 624*
1981. `
..24.2:detailed lin calcs, even for moving vortices*
DAGENHART, J.R.*
Amplified cross flow disturbances in the laminar boundary layer on swept wings with suction*
NASA TP 1902*
1981. `
..01.1,02.1:general review*
CANTWELL, B.J.*
Organized motion in turbulent flow*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 13, 457*
1981. `
..25.5: see Huang et al 1983*
HAN, T.; HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
A comparison of hybrid and quadratic upstream differencing in high Reynolds number elliptic flows*
Comp. Methods in Appl. Mech. and Engg 29, 81*
1981. `
..31.1,31.2: 2 to 1 disagreement with theory*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
The frequency response of cold wires*
Proc. 7th Biennial Symp. on Turbulence, Rolla*
1981. `
..31.1: large - see later Eckelmann etc*
VUKOSLAVCEVIC, P.; WALLACE, J.M.*
Influence of velocity gradients on measurements of velocity and streamwise vorticity with hot wire X array probes*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 52, 869*
1981. `
..42.3,25.6: Fourier LES, in effect*
KRISHNAMURTI, R.*
Generation of large scale circulation in turbulent convection*
Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Engg Sci.) 4, 277*
1981. `
..30.3: 1955 tunnel 1.4730*
KASTRINAKIS, E.G.; ECKELMANN, H.*
Measurement of streamwise vorticity fluctuations in a turbulent channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 165*
1983. `
..24.4: measure TS wave and feed back via ribbon*
THOMAS, A.S.W.*
The control of boundary layer transition using a wave superposition principle*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 233*
1983. `
..12.2,02.1,50.0: mean vort to fluc vort - RDT and simple expts. Also F. Ahmad expt 1990+*
GARTSHORE, I.S.; DURBIN, P.A.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
The production of turbulent stress in a shear flow by irrotational fluctuations*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 307*
1983. `
..59.0: More L/H effects*
NAKAMURA, Y.; OHYA, Y.*
The effects of turbulence on the mean flow past square rods*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 331*
1983. `
..31.1, 05.0: useful review and new results*
JOHANSSON, A.V.; ALFREDSSON, P.H.*
Effects of imperfect spatial resolution on measurements of wall bounded turbulent shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 409*
1983. `
..01.1:mixing jets - useful ref to Cambridge work*
MUMFORD, J.C.*
The structure of the large eddies in fully developed turbulent shear flows. Part 2. The plane wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 447*
1983. `
..24.1: depends on lam or turb BL but not Re etc*
FORDSE, H.; LEIDJENS, H.; OOMS, G.*
On the influence of the exit conditions on the entrainment rate in the development of a free round turbulent jet*
Delft WTHD-152 and Appl. Sci. Res. 40, 355*
1983. `
..25.6: prop. to time integral scale of R(dx,t) *
SHEIH, C.M.; FRENZEN, P.; COULTER, R.L.*
Measurement of subgrid scale eddy diffusivity*
Argonne Nat. Lab. DE83 010796*
1983. `
..16.2: v.d. Berg or Joubert best*
PIERCE, F.J.; McALLISTER, J.E.; TENNANT, M.H.*
A review of near-wall similarity models in three dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 251, 257, 263*
1983. `
..50.0:just so*
HANCOCK, P.E.; BRADSHAW, P.*
The effect of free stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 284*
1983. `
..06.0,07.0:Prandtl Schlichting ignores the "wake"*
MILLS, A.F.; HANG, X.*
On the skin friction coefficient for a fully rough flat plate*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 364*
1983. `
..59.0:eddies all 3D - some split, some backflow*
PRONCHICK, S.W.; KLINE, S.J.*
An experimental investigation of the structure of a turbulent reattaching flow behind a backward facing step*
Stanford Rept MD-42*
1983. `
..62.0,11.3: some mixing inside nozzle*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Heat transfer measurements in a heated jet pipe flow issuing into a cold cross stream*
Phys. Fluids 26, 3201*
1983. `
..05.0,24.4: streamwise vortices*
BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Analogies between transitional and turbulent boundary layers*
Phys. Fluids 26, 2807*
1983. `
..22.2:welcome return of an old favourite*
GLAUERT, H.*
Aerofoil and Airscrew Theory*
Cambridge Science Classics - paperback*
1983. `
..27.1,25.2:triple deck but full num method with elliptic Poisson soln*
SMITH, F.T.*
Properties, and a finite difference approach, for interactive three dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
United Tech Rept UTRC83-46*
1983. `
..28.2:see 85838 for expert systems*
GEVARTER, W.B.*
A overview of artificial intelligence and robotics. Vol. I - AI*
NASA TM 85836, 85838, 85839*
1983. `
..30.3:about time too - diffuser trouble in OJ/CJ VTOL tunnel*
APPLIN, Z.T.*
Flow improvements in the circuit of the Langley 4- by 7-meter tunnel*
NASA TM 85662*
1983. `
..30.2: BL bleeds just upstream of throat for LBL*
BECKWITH, I.E.; CREEL, T.R.; CHEN, F.J.; KENDALL, J.M.*
Free stream noise and transition measurements on a cone in a Mach 3.5 pilot low disturbance tunnel*
NASA TP 2180*
1983. `
..29.6:axi filter for knife-edge - see also Appl. Optics 23, 2449, 1984*
HOWES, W.D.*
Rainbow Schlieren*
NASA TP 2166*
1983. `
..30.2:quite useful but scant info on tunnel config.*
HARVEY, W.D.*
An evaluation and assessment of flow quality in selected NASA wind tunnels*
NASA-TM-85659, N83-33844*
1983. `
..26.1: just so*
HUSSAINI, M.Y.*
Spectral methods for inviscid compressible flows*
NASA-CR-172710, N83-33847*
1983. `
..26.2: just so*
STREETT, C.L.*
Spectral multigrid methods with applications to transonic potential flow*
NASA-TM-85412, n83-33851*
1983. `
..31.1: simple and mainly cribbed from JHU*
DICKINSON, S.C.*
Production of hot wires*
DTNSRDC/SPD-1079-01*
1983. `
..48.0,20.0:similar to JA but doesn't refer to it*
MOREL, R.; REY, C.; WALLACE, J.M.*
Evolution of the thermal field in a turbulent wake downstream from an asymmetrically heated plate*
Phys. Fluids 26, 416*
1983. `
..13.0:partitioning wavelengths - still pretty arbitrary*
SCHIESTEL, R.*
Multiple scale concept in turbulence modelling. Parts 1 and 2*
J. de Mec. Theor. et Appliq. 2, 417 and 601*
1983. `
..24.7,25.3:vortex sheets merging into vortex blobs*
CHEER, A.Y.*
Numerical study of incompressible slightly viscous flow past blunt bodies and airfoils*
SIAM J. Sci. Stat. Comput. 4, 685*
1983. `
..60.0:unintentionally 3D - downstream PG has large effect*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.*
Interaction of a turbulent boundary layer with a normal shock wave followed by an adverse pressure gradient*
Aust. Aero. Res. Lab. M.E. Rept. 161*
1983. `
..53.0:internal layer plus damped outer layer*
BASKARAN, V.*
Turbulent flow over a curved hill*
Ph. D. thesis, Melbourne Univ. *
1983. `
..28.3:just so - wouldn't admit to learning anything, but - ACO has*
FRENZEL, L.E.*
The Howard W. Sams Crash Course in Microcomputers*
Howard W. Sams Co., Indianapolis*
1983. `
..05.0,29.6: dual view video*
SMITH, C.R.; PAXSON, R.D.*
A technique for evaluation of three dimensional behavior in turbulent boundary layers using computer augmented hydrogen bubble wire flow visualization*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 43*
1983. `
..25.6:useful review - sorts out triad interaction*
BERTOGLIO, J.P.; MATHIEU, J.*
Study of subgrid models for sheared turbulence*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - not in Proc.*
1983. `
..25.10,47.2,25.2: gives ortho. condn. for Poisson parts*
CHEUNG, W.S.; PATEL, V.C.*
Numerically generated coordinates suitable for ship stern and wake flow calculations*
In IIHR-265, US-Japan coop. research on visc. flow around ships, 1981-83, PB83-250969*
1983. `
..28.3: DRI man - GKS to VDI to NAPLPS*
LANGHORST, F.E.*
Realizing graphics standards for microcomputers*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 2, p. 256*
1983. `
..24.1,10.0:in crossflow - oddities below Re of 20000*
KUHLMAN, J.M.; CHU, L.C.*
Reynolds number effects on the nearfield mean characteristics of a laboratory model thermal plume*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 34*
1983. `
..24.1:CO2 - air - CO2 with vortex shedding from splitter*
SCHWEIGER, G.*
Regular structures in a plane triple jet*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 42*
1983. `
..62.0: triangular array - mean flow expts too*
MAKIHATA, T.; MIYAI, Y.*
Prediction of the trajectory of triple jets in a uniform crossflow*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 91*
1983. `
..61.0: arch vortices for AR .GT. 0.8, Karman street for .LT. 0.8*
SAKAMOTO, H.; ARIE, M.*
Flow around a normal plate of finite width immersed in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 98*
1983. `
..24.1:effects in initial region propagate downstream*
THOMAS, F.O.; GOLDSCHMIDT, V.W.*
Interaction of an acoustic disturbance and a two dimensional turbulent jet - experimental data*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 134*
1983. `
..53.0:all six Re stresses - Ri factor works OK*
KIKUYAMA, K.; MURAKAMI, M.; NISHIBORI, K.*
Development of three dimensional turbulent boundary layer in an axially rotating pipe*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 154*
1983. `
..59.0,49.0,45.0: single vortex, not pair, in separated region - AR=8*
GESSNER, F.B.; CHAN, Y.L.*
Flow in a rectangular diffuser with local flow detachment in the corner region*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 204*
1983. `
..30.2,16.2: GARTEUR - mainly tunnel interference*
GARTEUR*
Two dimensional transonic testing methods*
NLR TR 83086L*
1983. `
..23.0,12.2: RDT and u and p spectrum meas.*
HUOT, J.P.; ARBEY, H.; REY, C.*
The distortion of turbulence by a flat plate and its relevance to the pressure fluctuation on the obstacle*
C.R. Acad Sci. (Comptes Rendus) 296, 213*
1983. `
..25.5,27.3: LBI with artificial visc.*
LIU, N.S.; SHAMROTH, S.J.; McDONALD, H.*
Numerical solution of Navier Stokes equations for compressible turbulent two/three dimensional flow in terminal shock region of an inlet/diffuser*
NASA CR 3723*
1983. `
..30.2:parametric study of u and L effects*
MARION, A.; TAN-ATICHAT, J.; NAGIB, H.M.*
On the design of contractions and settling chambers for optimal turbulence manipulation in wind tunnels*
NASA CR 169847*
1983. `
..11.6,05.0: density less near wall, so bursts weaker but sweeps not affected*
CHENG, R.K.; NG, T.T.*
Influence of combustion on Reynolds stress in a strongly heated turbulent boundary layer*
Lawrence Berkeley LBL-16297*
1983. `
..31.2: response depends on M but not much on wire T*
SEINER, J.M.*
The wedge hot film anemometer in supersonic flow*
NASA TP 2134*
1983. `
..45.0: useful but not inspired - nothing new in calcs*
HUMPHREY, J.A.C.*
TITLE?*
Berkeley UCB/FM-83-7*
1983. `
..24.4:suction - main effect is delayed start, little change in wedge angle*
MOTOHASHI,T.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Decreasing the sidewall contamination in wind tunnels*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 435*
1983. `
..59.0,14.0: reactor plenum - Stuhmiller k,sigma model*
BOYLE, D.R.; GOLAY, M.W.*
Measurement of a recirculating, two dimensional, turbulent flow and comparison to turbulence model prediction. I. Steady state case*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 439*
1983. `
..61.0:slab, length/height 1 to 4. mean u only*
BERGELES, G.; ATHANASSIADIS, N.*
The flow past a surface mounted obstacle*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 461*
1983. `
..22.2:just so - author index only - PB has journal*
ANON.*
Journal of Fluids Engineering ten year index*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 481*
1983. `
..28.1,02.1:space time window - nothing special*
SIDERIDES, G.; BERNSTEIN, L.*
A system for phase and intermittency measurements in periodically turbulent flows*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 16, 136*
1983. `
..46.0:fully turbulent, 11 . 6 deg, Re (h.d.) 10400*
USUI, H.; SANO, Y.; OKADA, S.*
Turbulent flow in an isosceles triangular duct*
Tech. Repts Yamaguchi Univ. 3, 79 (Aero Lib)*
1983. `
..31.1:usual truncated expansions tested by simulation*
PAULSEN, L.*
Measurement of double and triple velocity correlations by means of streamwise oriented rotated X hot wire probes*
Technisches Messen 50, 267*
1983. `
..47.2,45.0: ship double model, good 5-hole probe meas.*
WIEGHARDT, K.*
Kinematics of a wake flow*
Z. Flugwiss. Weltraumforsch. 7, 149*
1983. `
..13.0:not much content - lecture notes?*
ROTTA, J.C.*
Some aspects of rational turbulent boundary layer computation*
Z. Flugwiss. Weltraumforsch. 7, 417*
1983. `
..24.1: one of a issue on 2D turbulence - flatulence. In Sci Mus, 51-5,JJ4322*
BROWAND, F.K.; HO, C.M.*
The mixing layer - an example of quasi two dimensional turbulence*
J. de Mec. Theor. et Appliq., special no., p.99*
1983. `
..29.6:smoke and swept 5W laser - conc. assumed same as light intensity*
BALINT, J.L.A.; AYRAULT, M.; SCHON, J.P.*
Quantitative investigation of the velocity and concentration fields of turbululent flows combining visualization and image processing*
Third Int. Symp. on Flow Viz., Ann Arbor*
1983. `
..25.5:also in 1984 AIAA J.?*
COAKLEY, T.J.*
Implicit upwind methods for the compressible Navier Stokes equations*
NASA-TM-84364*
1983. `
..29.5:continuous expressions for Patel calibn*
POLL, D.I.A.*
Note on the algebraic representation of the Preston tube calibration*
Cranfield College of Aeronautics Rept CAR-8308*
1983. `
..24.1,30.2,62.0: DAMTP - RDT related expts. Large eddies little changed*
SENE, K.*
The passage of a mixing layer through a screen*
CNRS Lab. d'Aerothermique, Meudon Rept. 83-2*
1983. `
..32.1:including laser LDA and photon corr - 1982 Kiel conf*
SCHULZ-DUBOIS, E.O. (Ed.)*
Photon Correlation techniques in Fluid Mechanics*
Springer*
1983. `
..54.0,42.1:burned or unburned streamwise streaks in forest fire*
HAINES, D.A.; SMITH, M.C.*
Wind tunnel generation of horizontal roll vortices over a differentially heated surface*
Nature 306, 351*
1983. `
..22.2: Bristol mathematician*
PATERSON, A.R.*
A first course in fluid dynamics*
Cambridge*
1983. `
..58.0,27.1,18.0:NASA Ames transonic - flat bot. flap*
VISWANATH, P.R.; CLEARY, J.W.; SEEGMILLER, H.L.*
Experimental documentation of trailing edge flows at high Reynolds number*
NASA-TM-84375, N84-10498*
1983. `
..58.0,27.2,18.2: NASA Ames*
VISWANATH, P.R.; BROWN, J.L.*
Separated trailing edge flow at a transonic Mach number*
AIAA J. 21, 801*
1983. `
..25.5,25.7,25.10:MacCormack in general coords*
LAVANTE, E.; THOMPKINS, W.T.*
An implicit bidiagonal numerical method for solving the Navier Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 21, 828*
1983. `
..25.5,25.6: Rlambda up to 80, 70 Cray hours - vortices are tubes*
KERR, R.A.*
Higher order derivative correlations and the alignment of small scale structures in isotropic numerical turbulence*
NASA-TM-84407, N84-14464*
1983. `
..45.0,27.3: good Haines review in there*
ANON.*
Special course on subsonic transonic interference for aircraft*
AGARD Rept 712*
1983. `
..62.0: considerable mess - AIAA paper*
HOLDEMAN, J.D.*
Perspectives on the mixing of a row of jets with a confined crossflow*
NASA-TM-83457, N83-30392*
1983. `
..50.0,61.0,59.0: general review, car oriented*
BEARMAN, P.W.; MOREL, T.*
Effect of free stream turbulence on flow around bluff bodies*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 20, 97*
1983. `
..25.5,25.6: lambda and horseshoe vortices*
BIRINGEN, S.*
Transition to turbulence in plane channel flow*
NASA CR 173149, N84-16486*
1983. `
..13.0,25.5,25.7:ten years of compressible Navier Stokes solutions*
MARVIN, J.G.*
Modeling of turbulent separated flows for aerodynamic appplications*
NASA-TM-84392, N83-33849*
1983. `
..59.2:good review - stall of retreating blade LIMITS max speed*
McCROSKEY, W.J.*
Special opportunities in helicopter aerodynamics*
NASA-TM-84396*
1983. `
..50.0:final version - cf changes less at low Re, St changes 1.3 times as much as cf*
BLAIR, M.F.*
Influence of free stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layer heat transfer and mean profile development. Parts I and II*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 33 and 41*
1983. `
..59.0,11.3:Re of order 100 based on thickness of in-line plates - vortex street effects*
ROADMAN, R.E.; LOEHRKE, R.I.*
Low Reynolds number flow between interrupted flat plates*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 166*
1983. `
..11.2:more than 0.7 throughout, more than 1 at edges*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Measurement of turbulent Prandtl number in a plane jet*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 663*
1983. `
..11.3,53.0:thermal Gillis - slow St recovery*
SIMON, T.W.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Turbulent boundary layer heat transfer experiments - a separate effects study on a convexly curved wall*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 835*
1983. `
..54.0,45.0,46.0: various useful lectures, nothing striking*
ANON.*
Aerodynamics of vortical type flows in three dimensions*
AGARD-CP-342*
1983. `
..54.0: assumes velocity defect in core at TE - uses Hoffmann & Joubert eddy vis. prop. to r*
ROBERTS, L.*
On the structure of the turbulent vortex*
In AGARD-CP-342, Aerodynamics of vortical type flows in three dimensions*
1983. `
..31.1: limited pitch and yaw response - OK up to 30 percent*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Statistical errors associated with probe geometry and turbulence intensity in triple hot wire anemometry*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 16, 1264*
1983. `
..19.3: frequency is reciprocal of micro timescale*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; PRABHU, A.; NARASIMHA, R.*
Zero-crossings in turbulent signals*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 251*
1983. `
..62.0,17.1: high Ruv near outer edges*
GILBERT, B.L.*
Detailed turbulence measurements in a two dimensional upwash*
AIAA-83-1678*
1983. `
..56.0: Schofield and Perry half power law with origin on zero-velocity line.*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.*
On separating turbulent boundary layers.*
ARL Mech Engg Rept 162*
1983. `
..23.0: u and v ensemble on p>4p,rms*
DINKELACKER, A.; LANGEHEINEKEN, Th.*
Relations between wall pressure fluctuations and velocity fluctuations in turbulent flow*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 1*
1983. `
..24.4,53.0: vortex vel contours - Go_crit=9*
SWEARINGEN, J.D.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Breakdown of streamwise vortices near a wall*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 10*
1983. `
..05.0,31.1: four independent wires - quadrant analysis*
KASTRINAKIS, E.G.; NYCHAS, S.G.; ECKELMANN, H.*
Some streamwise vorticity characteristics of coherent structures*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 31*
1983. `
..56.0: percentage flow reversal - also JFM 143, 153, 1984*
WEI, Q.D.; SATO, H.*
The role of large-scale motions in the separation process of a turbulent boundary layer on a curved surface*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 65*
1983. `
..53.0,29.6: dye and bubbles -no T-G vortices*
JEANS, A.J.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
The effects of concave curvature on turbulent boundary layer structures*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 89*
1983. `
..53.0: -.078 delta*
YAJNIK, K.S.; SUNDARAM, S.; ACHARYA, M.*
Observations on large scale motions in highly disturbed boundary layers.*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 366*
1983. `
..48.0,20.0: several aerofoil wakes - normal and shear stress.*
ZHOU, M.D.; SQUIRE, L.C.*
The interaction of a wake with a boundary layer*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 376*
1983. `
..12.2,02.1: RDT and simple expts. - also JFM 137, 307*
GARTSHORE, I.S.; DURBIN, P.A.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
The production of turbulent stress in a shear flow by irotational fuctuations*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 388*
1983. `
..48.0,21.2,11.3: simple vel. and temp fluctuations*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Interaction region of a two-dimensional turbulent plane jet in still air*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 411*
1983. `
..28.1: see ASME 1983 WA meeting*
KLINE, S.J.*
Estimates of uncertainty and their uses*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 420*
1983. `
..60.0,50.0: M=1.44, up to .6 percent turb*
RAGHUNATHAN, S.; McADAM, R.J.W.*
Boundary layer and turbulence intensity measurements in a shock wave boundary layer interaction*
AIAA J. 21, 1349*
1983. `
..22.2,01.1: intro by Ligrani, then Comte-B, Blackwelder, Cousteix, Fernholz, Lakshmi*
LIGRANI, P.M. (Ed.)*
Turbulent Shear Flows*
VKI Lecture Course 1983-3*
1983. `
..24.2:trailer for book "Guide to experiments on instability, etc"*
MORKOVIN, M.V.*
Understanding transition to turbulence in shear layers*
AFOSR-TR-83-0931, AD-A134 796*
1983. `
..13.0:RSM fair, k, eps. poor - see also J. Heat Transf. 105, 862*
AMANO, R.S.*
Numerical study of a separating and reattaching flow by using Reynolds stress turbulence closure*
NASA-CR-166547, N84-17133*
1983. `
..11.4,57.0:alleged non linearity of statistics*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
The response of a turbulent boundary layer to a double step change in wall heat flux*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 841*
1983. `
..62.0,10.1:mainly centre plane meas*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; HANIU, H.*
Turbulence measurements in plane jets and plumes in crossflow*
IIHR-266, PB84-105303*
1983. `
..25.7,25.10: simple trapez. finite vol method - good intro*
JAMESON, A.*
Solution of the Euler equations for two dimensional transonic flow by a multigrid method*
Appl. Math. and Comp. 13, 327*
1983. `
..28.1: slightly outdated mini. system - no brand names given*
PURTELL, L.P.*
A high speed data acquisition system for fluid mechanics measurements*
NBS Tech Note 1181*
1983. `
..45.0,59.2: rounded, squared-off and chamfered tips*
THOMPSON, D.H.*
A flow visualisation study of tip vortex formation*
Australian ARL-AERO-NOTE-421*
1983. `
..17.1:unsteady water flow - includes pubs. list*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.*
Unsteady turbulent boundary layers*
AD-A137 853, IIHR-TC-3*
1983. `
..59.2,27.4: data tabulations are not included - further appendix*
BRADEN, J.A.*
Experimental study of the separating confluent boundary layer, Vol.2 - experimental data*
NASA-CR-166018, N84-20481*
1983. `
..28.3:good intro to the ideas of typing etc - very military language*
BOOCH, G.*
Software engineering with Ada*
Benjamin Cummings*
1983. `
..44.2,48.0: main effect is on transition*
DOORLY, D.J.*
A study of the effect of wake passing on turbine blades*
Oxford University Thesis, BLLD Ref. LD D50632/84*
1983. `
..05.0: analysis of Lau meas. - no new results*
NIKOLAIDES, C.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
A study of coherent structures in the viscous wall region of a turbulent flow*
Univ. of Illinois Dept. of Chem.Engg. AD-A137875*
1983. `
..11.3,21.0: good crosscheck of dissipation*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.*
Budget of the temperature variance in a turbulent plane jet*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 26, 41*
1983. `
..30.3,22.1: Penn State G. Thomas water tunnel*
PARKIN, B.R.*
Hydrodynamics and fluid mechanics*
Naval Research Reviews vol. 35, no. 4, p. 20*
1983. `
..14.0,02.2,11.1: Based on unavailable Spalding papers - source and diffusion of gamma*
MALIN, M.R.*
Calculations of intermittency in self-preserving free turbulent jets and wakes*
Imperial College CFD-83/10*
1983. `
..31.1: yaw sensitivity of films or wires varies below 3m/s*
LAWSON, R.E.; BRITTER, R.E.*
A note on the measurement of transverse velocity fluctuations with heated cylindrical sensors at small mean velocities*
J. Phys. E. - Sci. Instrum. 16, 563*
1983. `
..31.1: Precision Monolithics OP-37 pre amp, 80nV pp noise*
ITSWEIRE, E.C.; HELLAND, K.N.*
A high-performance low-cost constant temperature hot-wire anemometer*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 16, 549*
1983. `
..31.1: serious inaccuracy with large misalignment*
PAULSEN, L.*
Triple hot-wire technique for simultaneous measurements of instantaneous velocity components in turbulent flow*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 16, 554*
1983. `
..46.0,51.0,61.0,62.0: width/height about 5 - see also ASCE 100, HY1, Jan 74*
PANI, B.S.; DASH, R.N.*
3D reattached wall jet*
Houille Blanche 38, 37*
1983. `
..25.5: QUICK next best to central*
BEIER, R.A.; BAUM, H.R.*
Accuracy of finite-difference methods in recirculating flows*
Num. Heat Transfer, 6, 283*
1983. `
..29.1: DC motor designs - var. speed AC (electronic drive) improving*
BALL, D.A.*
Motors and motor drives - the new challenge*
Electronics and Power 29, 135*
1983. `
..27.2,25.7: IBLT - defect analysis with centrifugal pressure defect*
CARTER, J.E.; EDWARDS, D.E.; HAFEZ, M.M.*
Analysis of transonic shock inducd separated flow including normal pressure gradients*
United Tech. Res. Center R83-915712-2*
1983. `
..51.0: mean u only, wall speed 1/3 of exit speed*
MAKI, H.*
Experimental studies on the combined flow field formed by a moving wall and a wall jet running parallel to it*
Bull. JSME 26, 2100*
1983. `
..27.1,2.2: second Long Beach sympo, also complete pre-print version AD-A13 151*
CEBECI, T. (Ed.)*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II*
Springer*
1983. `
..27.1: General review*
CEBECI, T.; STEWARTSON, K.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
The calculation of two-dimensional flow past airfoils*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows (T. Cebeci, Ed.), vol.2, Springer, p. 1*
1983. `
..59.2: Keynote paper*
SMITH, A.M.O.*
Wing design and analysis-your job*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 41*
1983. `
..27.1,27.2: latest staggered mesh*
RUBIN, S.G.; REDDY, D.R.*
Global solution procedures for incompressible laminar flow with strong presssure interaction and separation*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 79*
1983. `
..56.0,31.1: swinging hot wire and k, eps.*
ADAIR, D.; THOMPSON, B.E.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Measurements and calculations of a separating boundary-layer and the downstream wake*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 97*
1983. `
..56.0,27.2: Viswanath and 18 percent data - implicit MacCormack*
HORSTMAN, C.C.*
Numerical simulation of turbulent trailing edge flows*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 112*
1983. `
..25.5,27.2: just so*
BRADSHAW, P.; KAVANAGH, M.A.; MOBBS, D.*
Viscous-inviscid matching using imbedded Navier-Stokes solutions*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.), Springer, p. 125*
1983. `
..27.2: TSL approx. for small separated regions*
McDONALD, H.; BRILEY, W.R.*
A survey of recent work on interacted boundary-layer theory for flow with separation*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 141*
1983. `
..59.0,27.2: main interest is experiments on exaggerated L.E.*
GLEYZES, C.; COUSTEIX, J.; BONNET, J.L.*
A calculation method of leading-edge separation bubbles*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 173 *
1983. `
..27.2: inverse, Veldman reformulated as blowing vel.*
CEBECI, T.; CLARK, R.W.*
An interactive approach to subsonic flows with separation*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 193*
1983. `
..59.2: negligible spanwise variations after all*
NAKAYAMA, A.*
Measurements of attached and separated turbulent flows in the trailing-edge regions of airfoils*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 233*
1983. `
..27.1,17.1: review of "Composite" (defect) formulation*
Le BALLEUR, J.C.*
Numerical viscous-inviscid interaction in steady and unsteady flows*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 259*
1983. `
..44.2:several useful papers - fiche in Aero. Lib.*
ANON.*
Viscous effects in turbomachines*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 351*
1983. `
..24.1,20.0: artificial excitation at two freqs.*
JONES, F.L.*
An experimental study of nonlinear wave interactions and modulations during transition of a symmetric wake*
Univ. Texas at Austin LTT-83-02*
1983. `
..29.5,05.0:includes spectra and scales*
YEFIMTSOV, B.M.; KUZNETSOV, V.B.; SYSOYEV, V.A.*
Turbulent fluctuations of shear stress at the wall*
Fluid Mech. - Soviet Research 12, 121*
1983. `
..52.0,53.0: intensity in outer region decreases - b/R about 0.1*
KOBAYASHI, R.; FUJISAWA, N.*
Curvature effects on two dimensional turbulent wall jets along concave surfaces*
Bull. JSME 26, 2074*
1983. `
..22.2: long review*
IDEL'CHIK, I.Y.*
Certain phenomena and paradoxes in aerodynamics and hydraulics*
Fluid Mech. - Soviet Research vol. 12, no. 2, p. 1*
1983. `
..62.0,30.2: usual wall-pressure correction*
WILSDEN, D.J.; HACKETT, J.E.*
Tunnel constraint for a jet in crossflow*
NASA CP-2319, p. 273*
1983. `
..28.3:just so - Rutherford people*
HOPGOOD, F.R.A.; DUCE, D.A.; GALLOP, J.R.; SUTCLIFFE, D.C.*
Introduction to the Graphical Kernel System (GKS)*
Academic Press*
1983. `
..24.2,25.6: bifurcating modes - Tobak*
MOSER, R.D.; MOIN, P.; LEONARD, A.*
A spectral numerical method for the Navier-Stokes equations with applications to Taylor-Couette flow*
J. Comp. Phys. 52, 524*
1983. `
..01.1,44.2: phase averaged sampling*
SHREEVE, R.P.; NEUHOFF, F.*
Measurements of the flow from a high speed compressor rotor using a dual probe digital sampling technique*
ASME paper 83-GT-215*
1983. `
..57.0,48.0,17.1: meas. of rough to smooth and wake-BL interaction - steady and unsteady*
KISKE, S.*
Ein beitrag zur beschreibung turbulenter scherschichten mit gestorter turbulenzstruktur*
Dr.-Ing Thesis, Ruhr-Univ. Bochum*
1983. `
..24.4: square box with rotating cylinder inside*
MULLIN, T.; LORENZEN, A.; PFISTER, G.*
Transition in turbulence in a non-standard rotating flow*
Phys. Lett. 96A, 236*
1983. `
..53.0: for very small R, so wall layer instability dominates*
KOBAYASHI, R.; FUJISAWA, N.*
Turbulence measurements in wall jets along strongly concave surfaces*
Acta Mech. (Austria) 47, 39*
1983. `
..25.8: poor - see also Gresho and Lee, Comp. and Fluids 9, 223*
DIERSCH, H.J.*
On finite element upwinding and its numerical performance in simulating coupled convective transport processes*
ZAMM 63, 479*
1983. `
..25.2,25.7: good intro for students*
JAMESON, A.*
The evolution of computational methods in aerodynamics*
J. Appl. Mech. 50, 1052*
1983. `
..13.0,11.1: excellent review, and explanation of nonlinearity of multiple scalars*
LUMLEY, J.L.*
Turbulence modelling*
J. Appl. Mech. 50, 1097*
1983. `
..29.5: semi-theoretical calibration - the usual variables*
POLL, D.I.A.*
A note on the use of surface pitot tubes for the measurement of skin friction in laminar boundary layers*
Cranfield Coll of Aero Report 8307*
1983. `
..11.2,19.2,21.3:correction to T's H do not seem warranted*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.*
The spatial derivative of temperature in a turbulent flow and Taylor's hypothesis*
Phys. Fluids 26, 1222*
1983. `
..25.5: their name is 2^(N^2)*
SCHREIBER, R.; KELLER, H.B.*
Spurious solutions in driven cavity calculations*
J. Comp. Phys. 49, 165*
1983. `
..28.1,25.6: Boeing work - group theory as a framework for data re-ordering*
HOPCROFT, R.G.*
Structuring computational fluid dynamics analysis systems*
Presented at 3rd Int. Conf. on Num. Methods in Lam. and Turb. Fluid Flow*
1983. `
..14.0,07.0: following Chieng and Launder*
VIEGAS, J.R.; RUBESIN, M.W.*
Wall-function boundary conditions in the solution of the Navier-Stokes equations for complex compressible flows*
AIAA-83-1694*
1983. `
..24.1: 50 percent of TKE in vortex rolls -- useful general summary*
BROWAND, F.K.; HO, C.-M.*
The mixing layer - an example of quasi two-dimensional turbulence*
J. de Mecanique Theor. et Appliq., numero special, 99*
1983. `
..49.0,15.0: entrainment method*
SHIMOMURA, I.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
A program for prediction of diffuser performance in the unstalled and stalled flow regimes*
Stanford Univ. Mech Engg Dept Rept PD-28*
1983. `
..19.3,54.0: thin axi. layer with radially-periodic circumferential force - several vortex cells like rotating disk flow*
OBUKHOV, A.M.*
Kolmogorov flow and laboratory simulation of it*
Uspekhi Mat. Nauk / Russian Math. Surveys vol. 38, no. 4, p. 113*
1983. `
..45.0: test case, no vw. Ordinate of fig. 3 should be 100c_p/2, Re=60000, De=23,160*
CHANG, S.M.; HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; MODAVI, A.*
Turbulent flow in a strongly curved u-bend and downstream tangent of square cross-sections*
Physico-Chem, Hydrod. 4, 243*
1983. `
..23.0,05.0,01.1: VITA and discussion of streamwise/spanwise scales*
THOMAS, A.S.W.; BULL, M.K.*
On the role of wall pressure fluctuations in deterministic motions in the turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 128, 283*
1983. `
..08.0,06.0: "acoustic treatment" panels - but no filling. See 0295*
WILKINSON, S.P.*
Influence of wall permeability on turbulent boundary-layer properties*
AIAA-83-0294*
1983. `
..08.0,06.0: perforated and sintered metal walls. At zero flow, drag is 30.4% above flat plate*
COLLIER, F.S.; SCHETZ, J.A.*
Injection into a turbulent boundary layer through porous surfaces with different surface geometries*
AIAA-83-0295*
1983. `
..45.0,30.2: due to secondary flow in contraction*
MOKHTARI, S.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Longitudinal vortices in wind tunnel wall boundary layers*
Aero. J., Roy. Aero. Soc 87, 233*
1983. `
..57.0,48.0,17.1: meas. of rough to smooth change and wake-BL interactions - steady and unsteady*
KISKE, S.*
An attempt to describe turbulent shear layers with distorted turbulence structure*
Dr.-Ing Thesis, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum*
1983. `
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..13.0,27.3,05.5:theoretical discussion*
NAOT, D.; RODI, W.*
Interaction of turbulent eddies with a free surface*
Prog. Astro. and Aero. 84, (3rd Beer Sheva Conf. on MHD and Turb. 1981) *
1983. `
..03.0:mainly MHD - PB has*
NARASIMHA, R.*
Relaminarization - magnetohydrodynamic and otherwise*
Prog. Astro. and Aero. 84, 30 (3rd Beer Sheva Conf. on MHD and Turb. 1981) *
1983. `
..28.3: useful intro - not much on software details*
FLORES, I.*
Word processing handbook*
Van Nostrand*
1983. `
..47.2: Dyne rides again - curve. mean of wall and edge, nbg for interaction*
JOHANSSON, L.E.; LARSSON, L.*
Calculations of thick boundary layers using a streamline curvature method*
Presented at second Cal. State Symposium*
1983. `
..24.3,24.4: re re-entry*
BATT, R.G.; LEGNER, H.H.*
A review of roughness induced nosetip transition*
AIAA J. 21, 7*
1983. `
..15.0:reduces to a very high H value*
KLINE, S.J.; BARDINA, J.G.; STRAWN, R.C.*
Correlation of the detachment of two dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 21, 68*
1983. `
..56.0,7.0:kluge assuming log law for reversed region*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
A model for the backflow mean velocity profile*
AIAA J. 21, 142*
1983. `
..28.3:PCW show '82*
WILLIAMS, G.*
Microcomputing British style*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 1, p. 40*
1983. `
..28.3:Texas TCM3101 modem chip*
MacDONALD, R.K.; GODDARD, M.; SCHEVIN, J.L.; CARBOU, P.*
Single chip 1200 b/s modem melds US and European standards*
Electronics vol. 56, no.1, p. 163, 13 Jan*
1983. `
..45.0: just so - all three*
MEHTA, R.D.; SHABAKA, I.M.M.A.; SHIBL, A.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Longitudinal vortices imbedded in turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA-83-0378*
1983. `
..24.4,05.0,01.1: see also Marseilles (Dumas/Fulachier) Proc.*
SWEARINGEN, J.D.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Parameters controlling the spacing of streamwise vortices on concave walls*
AIAA-83-0380*
1983. `
..31.1: part 2 by Smits and Muck only*
SMITS, A.J.; HAYAKAWA, K.; MUCK, K.C.*
Constant temperature hot wire anemometer practice in supersonic flows. Part I - the normal wire. Part II - the inclined wire*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 83 and AIAA-83-0508 (pub. in Expts in Fluids 2, 33, 1984)*
1983. `
..31.1,32.1: HWA and LDV - simple intro*
JONES, D.H.S.*
Measurement of instantaneous fluid velocity and turbulence*
Chartered Mech. Engr vol. 30, no. 2, p. 32, Feb.*
1983. `
..17.1,59.3: fixed aerofoil with rot. ellipse near TE. Not simple*
COVERT, E.E.; LORBER, P.F.; VACZY, C.M.*
Measurements of the near wake of an airfoil in unsteady flow*
AIAA-83-0127*
1983. `
..25.5,27.1:puts everybody out of business except Cray*
MEHTA, U.B.*
Reynolds averaged Navier Stokes computations of transonic flows around airfoils*
Presented at 2nd Cal. State Long Beach Symposium*
1983. `
..09.3,01.1: good lit review*
HEFNER, J.N.; ANDERS, J.B.; BUSHNELL, D.M.*
Alteration of outer flow structures for turbulent drag reduction*
AIAA-83-0293 (see 0227) *
1983. `
..09.3,01.1: another good review - Hefner,0293, has ribbon results*
BUSHNELL, D.M.*
Turbulent drag reduction for external flows*
AIAA-83-0227*
1983. `
..59.0: either in-phase or antiphase (Karman)*
SAKANOTO, H.; ARIE, M.*
Vortex shedding from a rectangular prism and a circular cylinder placed vertically in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 126, 147*
1983. `
..42.0:rather small effect on decay law - small scale towed grid*
BRITTER, R.E.; HUNT, J.C.R.; MARSH, G.L.; SNYDER, W.H.*
The effect of stable stratification on turbulent diffusion and the decay of grid turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 127, 27*
1983. `
..50.0,24.2: says l.e. disturbance conserves freq so wavelength falls as BL grows*
GOLDSTEIN, M.E.*
The evolution of Tollmien Schlichting waves near a leading edge*
J. Fluid Mech. 127, 59*
1983. `
..56.0,17.1: quasi steady except near sepn*
SIMPSON, R.L.; SHIVAPRASAD, B.G.; CHEW, Y.T.*
The structure of separating turbulent boundary layer. Part 4. Effects of periodic free stream unsteadiness*
J. Fluid Mech. 127, 219*
1983. `
..24.4,53.0: nice T-G vortices. See p.353 for still air case*
KOBAYASHI, R.; KOHAMA, Y.; KUROSAWA, M.*
Boundary layer transition on a rotating cone in axial flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 127, 341*
1983. `
..55.0: main interest is in sublayer VITA in Part 2*
MURPHY, H.D.; CHAMBERS, F.W.; McELIGOT, D.M.*
Laterally converging flow. Part 1. Mean Flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 127, 379*
1983. `
..05.0,55.0: includes VITA*
CHAMBERS, F.W.; MURPHY, H.D.; McELIGOT, D.M.*
Laterally converging flow. Part 2. Temporal wall shear stress*
J. Fluid Mech. 127, 403*
1983. `
..27.1,25.7:some useful comments - rather like our stuff*
MURMAN, E.M.; BUSSING, T.R.A.*
On the coupling of boundary layer and Euler equation solutions*
Presented at 2nd Sympo. on Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Cal. State Univ. Long Beach*
1983. `
..60.0: quite comprehensive - shows dil effect*
DELERY, J.M.*
Experimental investigation of turbulence properties in transonic shock boundary layer interactions*
AIAA J. 21, 180*
1983. `
..17.1,31.1: very slug like*
WITZE, P.O.*
Hot film anemometer measurements in a starting turbulent jet*
AIAA J. 21, 308*
1983. `
..24.1:now only "at least half" TKE is vortices*
BROWAND, F.K.; HO, C.M.*
The mixing layer - an example of quasi two dimensional tubulence*
J. de Mecanique - submitted*
1983. `
..25.3,62.1: due to dip in vel profile - real?*
RUBEL, A.*
Inviscid axisymmetric jet impingement with recirculating stagnation regions*
AIAA J. 21, 351*
1983. `
..29.5:see also Poll CoA 8308*
REED, T.D.; ABU-MOSTAFA, A.; STEINLE, F.S.*
Correlation of Preston tube data with laminar skin friction*
AIAA J. 21, 379*
1983. `
..24.4,16.2: large spanwise varn in transn*
POLL, D.I.A.*
The development of intermittent turbulence on a swept attachment line including the effects of compressibility*
Aero. Quart. 34, 1*
1983. `
..53.0:Younis regards this as a first shot*
GIBSON, M.M.; YOUNIS, B.A.*
Turbulence measurements in a developing mixing layer with mild destabilizing curvature*
Expts in Fluids 1, 23*
1983. `
..22.0:Nice set of notes - in French - same ground as our PGcourse*
COMTE-BELLOT, G.*
Turbulence*
Lecture notes, Ecole Centrale de Lyon*
1983. `
..28.3:one of a set on the new chips*
LEEDY, G.*
The National Semiconductor NS16000 microprocessor family*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 4, p. 53*
1983. `
..28.3:just so*
GARETZ, M.*
The IEEE standard for the S-100 bus*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 2, p. 272*
1983. `
..28.3:one of a set*
STARNES, T.W.*
Design philosophy behind Motorola's MC68000. Part 1.*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 4, p. 70*
1983. `
..28.3:one of a set*
ZINGALE, T.*
Intel's 80186 - a 16 bit computer on a chip*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 4, p. 132*
1983. `
..28.3:one of a set*
SIMINGTON, R.B.*
The Intel 8087 numerics processor extension*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 4, p. 154*
1983. `
..28.3: as used in Corvus Concept*
LEVINE, S.*
Super graphics hardware from NEC*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 4, p. 176*
1983. `
..11.2,19.2:eps, theta 1.5 times iso value - good balance*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.*
Budget of the temperature variance in a turbulent plane jet*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 26, 41*
1983. `
..31.1,22.2: 10 pages, 93 refs, not much new*
FREYMUTH, P.*
History of thermal anemometry*
Handbook of fluids in motion (N.P. Cheremisinoff and R. Gupta, Eds), Ann Arbor Science*
1983. `
..30.2:as RAE TM*
WINTER, K.G.; EAST, L.F.*
The design of a jet catcher*
Aero. J. 87, 26*
1983. `
..13.0,14.0: Launder - Ying ASM. Good workout*
NAKAYAMA, A.; CHOW, W.L.; SHARMA, D.*
Calculation of fully developed flows in ducts of arbitrary cross section*
J. Fluid Mech. 128, 199*
1983. `
..59.0,30.2:touching - Re 20000 to 1900000*
ZDRAVKOVICH, M.M.*
Interference between two circular cylinders forming a cross*
J. Fluid Mech. 128, 231*
1983. `
..19.0,11.3: mainly the toaster method of producing dTdy*
SIRIVAT, A.; WARHAFT, S.*
The effect of a passive cross stream temperature gradient on the evolution of temperature variance and heat flux in grid turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 128, 323*
1983. `
..24.2:doesnt quite say it is vortex induction but it is*
ORSZAG, S.A.; PATERA, A.W.*
Secondary instability of wall bounded shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 128, 347*
1983. `
..62.0:just two but strong fountain*
SARIPALLI, K.R.*
Visualization of multijet impingement flow*
AIAA J. 21, 483*
1983. `
..09.4,06.0:supposed to trap longl streaks*
WALSH, M.J.*
Riblets as a viscous drag reduction technique*
AIAA J. 21, 485*
1983. `
..50.0:non linear- fair agreement with Hancock*
RAGHUNATHAN, S.; McADAM, R.J.W.*
Freestream turbulence effects on attached subsonic turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 21, 503*
1983. `
..08.0: U and V profiles - interesting*
BRANDEIS, J.*
Influence of finite slot size on boundary layer with suction or injection*
AIAA J. 21, 636*
1983. `
..27.1,27.2:see thesis - PD-23, 1981*
LYRIO, A.A.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
A method of predicting unsteady turbulent flows and its application to diffusers with unsteady inlet conditions*
AIAA J. 21, 534*
1983. `
..31.1,44.2: two parallel wires*
LIGRANI, P.M.; GYLES, B.R.; MATHIOUDAKIS, K.; BREUGHELMANS, F.A.E.*
A sensor for flow measurements near the surface of a compressor blade*
J. Phys. E. 16, 431*
1983. `
..28.3: part 2 - useful blat*
STARNES, T.W.*
Design philosophy behind Motorola's MC68000, Part 2.*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 5, p. 342*
1983. `
..28.3: details of Dvorak kbd*
GLASCO, D.B.; SARGENT, M.*
Using IBM's marvelous keyboard*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 5, p. 402*
1983. `
..17.1: slightly skimpy - US Army support*
DE RUYCK, J.; HIRSCH, C.*
Instantaneous profiles in the wake of an oscillating aerofoil*
AIAA J. 21, 641 and VUB-STR-12, 1981*
1983. `
..24.1:invited lecture - review with 180 refs*
ROCKWELL, D.*
Oscillations of impinging shear layers*
AIAA J. 21, 645*
1983. `
..31.1: better calibration scheme*
BUTLER, T.L.; WAGNER, J.W.*
Application of a three sensor hot wire probe for incompressible flow*
AIAA J. 21, 726*
1983. `
..26.2: bear in mind*
NIXON, D.*
Computations of unsteady transonic cascade flows*
AIAA J. 21, 790*
1983. `
..25.2,25.5: turbulence is difficult - they get things slightly wrong*
SUGARMAN, R.; WALLICH, P.*
The limits to simulation*
IEEE Spectrum, April, p.36*
1983. `
..54.0:red spot equals Hide and Mason stable baroclinic eddies*
READ, P.J.; HIDE, R.*
Long-lived eddies in the laboratory and in the atmospheres of Jupiter and Saturn*
Nature, 302, 126*
1983. `
..24.2: vortex deformation - sub.hic. because they attract in pairs*
HERBERT, T.*
Secondary instability of plane channel flow to subharmonic three dimensional disturbances*
Phys. Fluids 26, 871*
1983. `
..09.2,14.0: formal modelling for particle conc-vel correlns*
ELGHOBASHI, S.E.; ABOU-ARAB, T.W.*
Two equation turbulence model for two-phase turbulent flow*
Phys. Fluids 26, 931*
1983. `
..60.0: see Dussauge thesis sec. 2 - some extras*
BESTION, D.; DEBIEVE, J.P.; DUSSAUGE, J.P.*
Two rapid distortions in supersonic flows - turbulence - shock wave and turbulence - expansion*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 289*
1983. `
..28.1,25.2: linear regression - e.g. HWA with offset U meas*
SMITH, J.S.*
A curve fitting method for the analysis of data obeying an assumed analytic relation*
RAE TM Aero 1961*
1983. `
..45.0: also p.130 - mainly asymm inlet, mean flow only*
GUO, R.W.; SEDDON, J.*
The swirl in an S duct of typical air intake proportions*
Aero. Quart. 34, 99*
1983. `
..07.0: pretty old Green hat*
EL TELBANY, M.M.M.; NIKNEJAD, J.; REYNOLDS, A.J.*
The shape factor relationship for turbulent boundary layers*
Aero. Quart. 34, 147*
1983. `
..05.0,01.1,29.6: which comes first, streak or burst*
SMITH, C.R.; METZLER, S.P.*
The characteristics of low speed streaks in the near wall region of a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 129, 27*
1983. `
..45.0: rebounding is partly viscous*
PEACE, A.J.; RILEY, N.*
A viscous vortex pair in ground effect*
J. Fluid Mech. 129, 409*
1983. `
..31.1: quasi steady up to 5Hz in water - pretty feeble*
PEACOCK, J.A.; STAIRMAND, J.W.*
Film gauge calibration in oscillatory pipe flow*
J. Phys. E. Sci. Instrum. 16, 571*
1983. `
..28.3:intro to articles on DEC, Texas,Altos etc*
LEMMONS, P.*
Sixteen bit designs*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 6, p. 52*
1983. `
..28.3: Seattle man*
PATERSON, T.*
An inside look at MS-DOS*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 6, p. 230*
1983. `
..28.3: slight hype but useful ref*
HEYWOOD, S.A.*
The 8086 - an architecture for the future - part I.*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 6, p. 450*
1983. `
..28.3: just so*
WILLIAMS, S.*
An introduction to discs*
BEEBUG Mag. vol. 2, no. 3, p. 5, July*
1983. `
..45.0, 27.4:calcs on Tani,taking dpdy=0*
KITCHENS, C.W.; GERBER, N.; SEDNEY, R.; BARTOS, J.M.*
Decay of streamwise vorticity downstream of a three dimensional protuberance*
AIAA J. 21, 856*
1983. `
..18.1,24.1:ref to JFM 71, 305 on TS growth rate - weighted M correln*
BOGDANOFF, D.W.*
Compressibility effects in turbulent shear layers*
AIAA J. 21, 926*
1983. `
..31.1: 3-wire and T - dig. sample only when hot wake picked up*
MULLER, U.R.*
A hot wire method for high intensity turbulent flows*
Paper for 10th ICIASF, St. Louis*
1983. `
..48.0,27.4: circ cyl again - a few u,v,w,uv*
TSIOLAKIS, E.P.; KRAUSE, E.; MULLER, U.R.*
Turbulent boundary layer wake interaction*
Paper for 10th ICIASF, St. Louis - not in Proc.*
1983. `
..43.0:neg. shear prod in hi stability - spectra*
KOMORI, S.; UEDA, H.; OGINO, F.; MIZUSHINA, T.*
Turbulence structure in stably stratified open channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 130, 13*
1983. `
..53.0,24.2: x-wise BL growth has large effect*
HALL, P.*
The linear development of Gortler vortices in growing boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 130, 41*
1983. `
..25.10: psi and a viscous phi*
FINNIGAN, J.J.*
A streamline coordinate system for distorted two dimensional flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 130, 241*
1983. `
..54.0,24.2: stable for huge Ro - quasi solid body - nice*
SPEZIALE, C.G.; THANGAM, S.*
Numerical study of secondary flows and roll cell instabilities in rotating channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 130, 377*
1983. `
..25.6,24.2:complete NS calcs 256^3, Re 3000*
BRACHET,M.E.; COBBLEIGH, T.*
Small scale structure of the Taylor Green vortex*
J. Fluid Mech. 130, 411*
1983. `
..13.0,11.1: fairly standard transport eqn closure*
KURBATSKII, A.F.; YANENKO, N.N.*
On the modelling of effects of negative production of temperature fluctuation intensity in the turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 130, 453*
1983. `
..62.0: turb/irr and hot/cold with hot jet*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
An experimental study of the mixing of a jet into a cross flow using heat as a passive scalar*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - not in Proc.*
1983. `
..04.0,05.0: some sublayer cond. samp. - Re effects not very plausible*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.; DURST, F.; JOVANOVIC, J.*
On the structure of turbulent boundary layers at different Reynolds number*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - not in Proc.*
1983. `
..53.0,11.3: unsteady sublayer streaks only, no St(z) *
SIMONICH, J.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Liquid crystal visualization of surface heat transfer on a concavely curved turbulent boundary layer*
Paper to be presented at Int. Gas Turbine Conf., Tokyo*
1983. `
..28.3:series of theme articles*
MALLOY, R.*
Videotex brings the world to your doorstep*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 7, p. 40*
1983. `
..28.3: just so*
PETERS, C.*
The Microsoft mouse*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 7, p. 130*
1983. `
..28.3:faster but a bit more expensive*
WILLIAMS, G.*
Benchmarking the Intel 8086 and 8088*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 7, p. 147*
1983. `
..28.3:IBM PC BASIC interfaced to machine language programs*
ROLLINS, D.*
The 8088 connection*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 7, p. 398*
1983. `
..17.1,56.0:Final rept, with references - fiche in Aero Lib*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
Experimental measurements of unsteady turbulent boundary layers near separation*
N83-16671*
1983. `
..24.1: orderly structure, noise, etc*
DRUBKA, R.E.*
Cooperative investigation of jet flows*
AD-A120 511*
1983. `
..30.3,42.3: 10 level input and output*
STILLINGER, D.C.; HEAD, M.J.; HELLAND, K.N.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
A closed loop gravity driven water channel for density stratified shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 131, 73*
1983. `
..42.3,44.0:fossil turbulence*
STILLINGER, D.C.; HELLAND, K.N.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
Experiments on the transition of homogeneous turbulence to internal waves in a stratified fluid*
J. Fluid Mech. 131, 91*
1983. `
..57.0,06.0: air flow over water - pt 1 is JFM 105, 87*
HSU, C.T.; HSU, E.Y.*
On the structure of turbulent flow over a progressive water wave - theory and experiment in a transformed wave-following coordinate system. Part 2*
J. Fluid Mech. 131, 123*
1983. `
..27.2:Veldman and FLARE*
CEBECI, T.; SCHIMKE, S.M.*
The calculation of separation bubbles in interactive turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 131, 305*
1983. `
..56.0,17.1: big phase shifts as sepn region oscillates*
SIMPSON, R.L.; SHIVAPRASAD, B.G.*
The structure of a separating turbulent boundary layer. Part 5. Frequency effects on periodic unsteady free stream flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 131, 319*
1983. `
..17.1,48.0:duct - strong periodicity of production and TKE*
HINO, M.; KASHIWAYANAGI, M.; NAKAYAMA, A.; HARA, T.*
Experiments on the turbulence statistics and the structure of a reciprocating oscillatory flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 131, 363*
1983. `
..13.0,14.0: pub version of AIAA-82-0164*
MARVIN, J.G.*
Turbulence modelling for computational aerodynamics*
AIAA J. 21, 941*
1983. `
..62.0: Miller and Comings with ventilation*
ELBANNA, H.; GAHIN, S.; RASHED, M.I.I.*
Investigation of two plane parallel jets*
AIAA J. 21, 986*
1983. `
..30.2:new enlarged edition*
WALLIS, R.A.*
Axial flow fans and ducts*
Wiley*
1983. `
..22.1:Noise, structures, avionics, aerod.*
SQUIRE, L.C.*
Aerodynamics*
Aero. J. 87, 229*
1983. `
..26.2,25.10: grid generation - see also AIAA-83-0374*
SCHMILOVICH, A.; CAUGHEY, D.A.*
Application of the multigrid method to calculations of transonic potential flow*
J. Comp. Phys. 48, 462*
1983. `
..31.1: yaw and pitch coeffts vary with angle*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Improvements of the performance of triple hot wire probes*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 54, 733*
1983. `
..27.1: latest group of papers - now does complete aerofoils*
RUBIN, S.G.; REDDY, D.R.*
Global PNS solutions for laminar and turbulent flow*
AIAA-83-1911 (6th CFD conf) *
1983. `
..27.2:suggests wake closure is viscous contrary to Batchelor - I disagree*
SMITH, F.T.*
Large scale separation and wake closure/ reattachment - the cascade problem*
United Tech Res Labs UTRC83-13*
1983. `
..54.0,45.0: twisted wing and delta wakes - see also ONERA TP 1983-36*
LEUCHTER, O.; SOLIGNAC, J.L.*
Experimental investigation of the turbulent structure of vortex wakes*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - Proc. p. 156, 1985*
1983. `
..28.3:one of a series in this issue*
ROBERTS, B.*
The C Language*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 8, p. 46*
1983. `
..28.3: checks time taken for chunks of code*
LEAS, D.; WINTZ, P.*
Chisel your code with a profiler*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 8, p. 286*
1983. `
..28.3: which language - prefers Modula-2*
POURNELLE, J.*
The debate goes on*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 8, p. 312*
1983. `
..28.3:additions to assy language programs*
FIELD, T.*
The IBM PC and the Intel 8087 coprocessor, Part 1*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 8, p. 331*
1983. `
..24.1: bl,vortex agglomeration (Str),breakdown of symmetry*
FOSS, J.F.; KORSCHELT, D.*
Instabilities in the slit-jet flow field*
J. Fluid Mech. 132, 79*
1983. `
..05.0:inner layer freq scale is wire length dependent*
BLACKWELDER, R.F.; HARITONIDIS, J.H.*
Scaling of the bursting frequency in turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 132, 87*
1983. `
..29.4,42.3: measure inversion height below solid roof*
BAINES, W.D.*
A technique for the direct measurement of volume flux of a plume*
J. Fluid Mech. 132, 247*
1983. `
..24.1: Wood-like wiggles - no real explanation*
JIMENEZ, J.*
A spanwise structure in the plane shear layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 132, 319*
1983. `
..25.6,05.0: Hanratty 2.5D and Chapman models*
KANEDA, Y.; LESLIE, D.C.*
Tests of subgrid models in the near wall region using represented velocity fields*
J. Fluid Mech. 132, 349*
1983. `
..28.3: several not very informative reviews of UNIX*
EVANCZUK, S.*
Bell Labs' Unix operating system spreads powerful new wings*
Electronics, vol. 56, no. 15, 28 July, p.113*
1983. `
..28.2: You were only a slip, not a mistake*
NORMAN, D.A.*
Design rules based on analyses of human error*
Comm. ACM 26, 254*
1983. `
..53.0: forces zero p.g. - only centre plane meas of u,v.*
SHIZAWA, T.; HONAMI, S.*
Experiments on turbulent boundary layers over a concave surface*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - not in Proc.*
1983. `
..04.0: mean flow - Pi larger than Coles*
SMITS, A.J.; MATHESON, N.; JOUBERT, P.N.*
Low Reynolds number turbulent boundary layers in zero and favourable pressure gradient*
J. Ship Res. 27, 147*
1983. `
..06.0,07.0:including unheated start*
LIGRANI, P.M.; MOFFAT, R.J.; KAYS, W.M.*
Artificially thickened turbulent boundary layers for studying heat transfer and skin friction on rough surfaces*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 146*
1983. `
..17.2,29.6:l.e. vortices shown beautifully*
FREYMUTH, P.; BANK, W.; PALMER, M.*
Use of Titanium Tetrachloride for visualization of accelerating flow around airfoils*
Proc. 3rd Int. Symp. on Flow Viz., Ann Arbor and Z. Flug. und Welt. (ZFW) 7, 392*
1983. `
..28.1,25.2: ref'd as Palo Alto paper - see Butler RAE TM 1812, 1979*
McCARTIN, B.J.*
Applications of exponential splines in computational fluid dynamics*
AIAA J. 21, 1059*
1983. `
..17.1,13.0,25.6:arbitrary sub (time) gridscale cutoff*
HANKEY, W.L.; CALARESE, W.*
Reynolds stresses for unsteady turbulent flows*
AIAA J. 21, 1210*
1983. `
..28.3: watch out if buying Winchester*
BARNEY, C.*
Disk-drive makers squabble over norms*
Electronics, vol. 56, no. 17, p. 118, 25 Aug*
1983. `
..27.4,15.0: ARO man - curvi in plane of surface*
SWAFFORD, T.W.*
Three dimensional, time dependent, compressible, turbulent, integral boundary layer equations in general curvilinear coordinates and their numerical solution*
Ph.D. thesis, Miss. State Univ.*
1983. `
..17.1: yes, by interaction (of course)*
CEBECI, T.; KHATTAB, A.A.; SCHIMKE, S.M.*
Can the singularity be removed in time dependent flows?*
Douglas ms.*
1983. `
..29.2: Siddon type strain gauged wing*
WHITE, A.S.; PARKER, A.G.*
A yawmeter for steady and low frequency unsteady flows*
J. Phys. E., Sci. Instrum. 16, 231*
1983. `
..31.1,28.3: 3 wire - mainly chat about hi intensity *
KAWALL, J.G.; SHOKR, M.; KEFFER, J.F.*
A digital technique for the simultaneous measurement of streamwise and lateral velocities in turbulent flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 133, 83*
1983. `
..11.3: nearly but not quite inviscid, then diffusion*
RHINES, P.B.; YOUNG, W.R.*
How rapidly is a passive scalar mixed within closed streamlines?*
J. Fluid Mech. 133, 133*
1983. `
..21.2:momentum nearly conserved - Schlichting soln is OK*
RANKIN, G.W.; SRIDHAR, K.; ARULRAJA, M.; KUMAR, K.R.*
An experimental investigation of laminar axisymmetric submerged jets*
J. Fluid Mech. 133, 217*
1983. `
..59.0: in 100 bar tunnel - some mean drag, OK despite 10 percent blockage*
SCHEWE, G.*
On the force fluctuations acting on a circular cylinder in crossflow from subcritical up to transcritical Reynolds numbers*
J. Fluid Mech. 133, 265*
1983. `
..27.1,25.4: TSL approx blows up for large backflow, surprise*
CEBECI, T.; STEWARTSON, K.*
On the calculation of separation bubbles*
J. Fluid Mech. 133, 287*
1983. `
..42.3:agrees with Long's theory*
FERNANDO, H.J.S.; LONG, R.R.*
The growth of a grid generated turbulent mixed layer in a two fluid system*
J. Fluid Mech. 133, 377*
1983. `
..32.1: useful cautions*
EDWARDS, R.V.; JENSEN, A.S.*
Particle sampling statistics in laser anemometers - sample and hold systems and saturable systems*
J. Fluid Mech. 133, 397*
1983. `
..17.1: calcs*
GRAHAM, J.M.R.*
The lift on an aerofoil in starting flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 133, 413*
1983. `
..19.3: Lyon*
GENCE, J.N.*
Homogeneous turbulence*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 15, 201*
1983. `
..59.2,04.0:restless gossameres*
LISSAMAN, P.B.S.*
Low Reynolds number airfoils*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 15, 223*
1983. `
..51.0:Stanford review*
LAUNDER, B.E.; RODI, W.*
The turbulent wall jet - measurements and modeling*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 15, 429*
1983. `
..17.2: M matters at .3 or .4*
ST. HILAIRE, A.O.; CARTA, F.O.*
Analysis of unswept and swept wing chordwise pressure data from an oscillating NACA 0012 airfoil experiment*
NASA CR 3567*
1983. `
..48.0,59.2,27.4: LDV and HWA don't agree well - u, v and uv*
BRADEN, J.A.; WHIPKEY, R.R.; JONES, G.S.; LILLEY, D.E.*
Experimental study of the separating confluent boundary layer*
NASA CR 3655 - data CR-166018, N84-20481*
1983. `
..28.3: The very same*
BARNETT, R.; BECKWITH, R.C.*
Unique LAN interconnects diverse computers*
Computer Design 22, no.9 (Aug.), p.77*
1983. `
..28.3: general chats*
BROWN, C.*
Special report on microsystems software*
Computer Design 22, no.9 (Aug.), p.116*
1983. `
..28.3: portables - you can take it with you*
WSZOLA, S.J.*
Computing on the run*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 9, p. 33*
1983. `
..28.3: interfacing to IBM Pascal*
FIELD, T.*
The IBM PC and the Intel 8087 coprocessor, Part 2.*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 9, p. 33?*
1983. `
..53.0,59.0: percent downstream flow, plus mean flow meas*
HONAMI, S.; NAKAJO, I.*
The effects of streamline curvature on the reattaching turbulent flow over a backward facing step*
Proc. 8th Aust. Fluid Mech. Conf.*
1983. `
..28.3:reports on software, networks, hardware etc - v. useful*
SCHINDLER, M.; ET AL.*
Personal computers*
Electronic Design 29 Sept, p.96*
1983. `
..42.3: the Nielsen expt*
SIEBERS, D.L.; SCHWIND, R.G.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Experimental mixed convection heat transfer from a large, vertical surface in a horizontal flow*
Stanford Univ. Mech Engg Dept Rept HMT-36*
1983. `
..10.0:I think it's Karlsruhe*
CHANDRASEKHARA, M.S.; RAMAPRIAN, B.R.*
Measurements in two dimensional jets and plumes*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - not in Proc.*
1983. `
..48.0: two unequal circ cyls - digitized flow viz*
SHOKR, M.; KEFFER, J.F.; KAWALL, J.G.*
Structural features of the near region of an asymmetric turbulent wake*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - Proc. p. 182, 1985*
1983. `
..17.1: pipe flow and TBL, fd/U=.2*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; TU, S.W.; MENENDEZ, A.N.*
Periodic turbulent shear flows*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - Proc. p. 301, 1985*
1983. `
..47.2:useful but specialized chat*
PATEL, V.C.; SARDA, O.P.; SHAHSHAHAN, A.*
Calculation of ship boundary layers*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - not in Proc.*
1983. `
..62.0:pitot static meas - must be just qualitative*
RAJARATNAM, N.; GANGADHARAIAH, T.*
Vortex structure of circular jets in crossflow*
J. Wind Engg and Indust. Aero. 12, 155*
1983. `
..42.2,06.0: mainly pitch flucn*
MAITANI, T.*
Statistics of wind direction fluctuations in the surface layer over plant canopies*
Boundary-Layer Met. 26, 15*
1983. `
..45.0,44.2: useful review, some expts*
RAJ, R.*
Experimental study of turbomachine blade end wall corner region*
NASA CR-169283, N82-31639*
1983. `
..24.1,22.1:stationary sources at pairing points*
LAUFER, J.; YEN, T.-C.*
Noise generation by a low Mach number jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 134, 1*
1983. `
..21.2:alternating large eddies, not true flapping*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
On the organized motion of a turbulent plane jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 134, 49*
1983. `
..11.2,19.2,21.2: temp. var. eqn*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
The destruction of temperature fluctuations in a turbulent plane jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 134, 67*
1983. `
..29.6:ICI Waxoline powder dye and oil on smoke wire*
SIEVERDING, C.H.; VAN DEN BOSCHE, P.*
The use of coloured smoke to visualize secondary flows in a turbine blade cascade*
J. Fluid Mech. 134, 85*
1983. `
..23.0,05.0: extensive writeup of MPI Gottingen work*
SCHEWE, G.*
On the structure and resolution of wall pressure fluctuations associated with turbulent boundary layer flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 134, 311*
1983. `
..09.2: treats grains as molecules as far as poss.*
HAFF, P.K.*
Grain flow as a fluid mechanical phenomenon*
J. Fluid Mech. 134, 401*
1983. `
..24.1,22.1: organ pipe plus edge tone*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; HASAN, M.A.Z.*
The "whistler nozzle" phenomenon*
J. Fluid Mech. 134, 431*
1983. `
..31.1:general review*
AZAD, R.S.*
Corrections to measurements by hot wire anemometer in proximity of a wall*
Univ. Manitoba Mech. Engg Dept Rept MET-7*
1983. `
..28.3: set of articles on UNIX*
ROBERTS, B.*
The Unix operating system*
BYTE vol. 8, no.10, p.130*
1983. `
..28.3:video camera - parallel slow, RS232 very slow*
WIELAND, C.*
The Microneye*
BYTE vol. 8, no.10, p.316*
1983. `
..28.3:32K and a good monitor*
FLOYD, R.W.*
The M68000 educational computer board*
BYTE vol. 8, no.10, p.324*
1983. `
..28.3: type styles for Epson with Graftrax*
HOFFMAN, P.E.*
Fancy font*
BYTE vol. 8, no.10, p.341*
1983. `
..28.3:for ordered list comparisons and file searches*
SOHR, E.*
Bitmaps speed data handling tasks*
BYTE vol. 8, no.10, p.480*
1983. `
..30.2:corr. for M or for Alpha*
KEMP, W.B.; ADCOCK, J.B.*
Combined four wall interference assessment in two dimensional airfoil tests*
AIAA J. 21, 1353*
1983. `
..14.0,53.0:wall and curve. allowances*
POURAHMADI, F.; HUMPHREY, J.A.C.*
Prediction of curved channel flow with an extended k, eps. model of turbulence*
AIAA J. 21, 1365*
1983. `
..24.4,24.8:Expts at Naval Ocean Systems Center*
HENDRICKS, E.W.; LADD, D.M.*
Effect of surface roughness on the delayed transition on 9 to 1 heated ellipsoid*
AIAA J. 21, 1406*
1983. `
..25.7: factors coefft matrix by 1/M2,1,1 diagonal so regular at M=0*
BRILEY, W.R.; McDONALD, H.; SHAMROTH, S.J.*
A low Mach number Euler formulation and application to time iterative LBI schemes*
AIAA J. 21, 1467*
1983. `
..47.2,56.0:mixing length/delta falls at stern*
HATANO, S.; HOTTA, T.*
Turbulence measurements around a body in a recirculating water channel*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 57*
1983. `
..31.1:my friend the blacksmith*
WATMUFF, J.C.; PERRY, A.E.; CHONG, M.S.*
A flying hot wire system*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 63*
1983. `
..61.0,54.0: LDV - normal stresses only*
ALTGELD, H.; JONES, W.P.; WILHELMI, J.*
Velocity measurements in a confined swirl driven recirculating flow*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 73*
1983. `
..32.0,11.6: beam refraction not mentioned*
GOLDSTEIN, R.J.; LAU, K.Y.; LEUNG, C.C.*
Velocity and turbulence measurements in combustion systems*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 93*
1983. `
..29.4:poop, poop -adj. time delay for coincidence at downstream mark*
IRITANI, Y.; KASAGI, N.; HIRATA, M.*
Direct velocity measurement in low speed water flows by double wire hydrogen bubble technique*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 111*
1983. `
..05.0,31.1: corrs. for wall prox. - unexciting u compt turb meas*
AZAD, R.S.; BURHANUDDIN, S.*
Measurements of some features or turbulence in wall proximity*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 149*
1983. `
..11.6:Sabbatical work*
SIVASEGARAM, S.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Temperature characteristics of turbulent premixed flames stabilised on a step*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 161*
1983. `
..29.2:use P at upwind hole instead of centre one*
OSTOWARI, C.; WENTZ, W.H.*
Modified calibration technique of a five hole probe for high flow angles*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 166*
1983. `
..25.8:weighting fns - upwinding?*
DICK, E.*
Accurate Petrov-Galerkin methods for transient convective diffusion problems*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Engg 19, 1425*
1983. `
..29.1,31.1:11 chapters inc. 2-ph and non-N*
GOLDSTEIN, R.J. (Ed.)*
Fluid Mechanics Measurements*
Hemisphere/Springer*
1983. `
..28.3: Xenix compat.*
LARSON, C.*
MS-DOS 2.0: an enhanced 16-bit operating system*
BYTE vol. 8, no.11, p. 285*
1983. `
..28.3: XT 10MB Win. and 8 slots*
ARCHER, R.*
The IBM PC XT and DOS 2.00*
BYTE vol. 8, no.11, p. 294*
1983. `
..28.3: shotgun with dot matrix*
SIMONS, S.L.)*
Make fast and simple contour plots on a microcomputer*
BYTE vol. 8, no.11, p. 487*
1983. `
..28.3:useful for partly structured lists*
DAVIDSON, D.*
Address calculation - the forgotten sort*
BYTE vol. 8, no.11, p. 494*
1983. `
..24.2: buoyant channel - transverse wavy vortices*
NAGATA, M.; BUSSE, F.H.*
Three dimensional tertiary motions in a plane shear layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 135, 1*
1983. `
..53.0:delta/R = .05 and .1, u and v only*
GILLIS, J.C.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Turbulent boundary layer flow and structure on a convex wall and its redevelopment on a flat plate*
J. Fluid Mech. 135, 123*
1983. `
..17.1,44.0: near tide line in surf*
MATSUNGA, N.; HONJI, H.*
The steady and unsteady backwash vortices*
J. Fluid Mech. 135, 189*
1983. `
..61.0, 42.0: lee waves behind sheds*
CASTRO, I.P.; SNYDER, W.H.; MARSH, G.L.*
Stratified flow over three dimensional ridges*
J. Fluid Mech. 135, 261 *
1983. `
..44.1,25.1: few-mode simulation of gravity waves*
ABARDENEL, H.D.I.*
Universality and strange attractors in internal wave dynamics*
J. Fluid Mech. 135, 407*
1983. `
..27.4:McDonald-like*
DAWES, W.N.*
Computation of viscous compressible flow in blade cascades using an implicit iterative replacement algorithm*
CEGB MEL TPRD/M-1339/N83*
1983. `
..13.0,14.0: 2 vol Almanac of turb, modelling and combustion*
SRINIVASAN, R.; COBBLEIGH, T.; MONGIA, H.*
Aerothermal modeling program. Phase 1 final report*
NASA CR-168243, Garrett 21-4742-1 and -2*
1983. `
..25.6,01.1: same as NASA TM 84313 - see Robinson '82*
KIM, J.*
On the structure of wall bounded turbulent flows*
Phys. Fluids 26, 2088*
1983. `
..25.4:seems to be routine TDMA stuff*
ARINA, R.; ESSERS, J.A.*
A finite difference technique for laminar and turbulent compressible boundary layers*
VKI Preprint 1983-03*
1983. `
..24.4:especially for pressure gradient*
NARASIMHA, R.*
Laminar-turbulent transition - the intermittency revisited*
Invited lecture, 2nd Asian Congr. of Fluid Mech., Beijing*
1983. `
..25.5,25.7: emphasis on NS - review*
LOMAX, H.; MEHTA, U.B.*
Some physical and numerical aspects of computing the effects of viscosity on fluid flow*
Viscous Flow Computational Methods, Recent Advances in Numerical Methods in Fluids, vol. 3*
1983. `
..25.1: sane by comparison*
STEWART, I.*
Elementary catastrophe theory*
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems, CAS-30, 578*
1983. `
..59.2,30.2:difficult - tailor walls*
FIRMIN, M.C.P.; COOK, P.H.*
Disturbances from ventilated tunnel walls in aerofoil testing*
RAE TM Aero 1971*
1983. `
..11.2: 3-wire probe development*
BLAIR, M.F.; BENNETT, J.C.*
Hot wire measurement of velocity and temperature fluctuations in a heated turbulent boundary layer*
United Tech. Res. Labs. paper*
1983. `
..24.1,19.0:backstep - pairing inhibited after reatt.*
TROUTT, T.R.; SCHEELKE, B.; NORMAN, T.R.*
Organized structures in a reattaching separated flow field*
Mech. Engg Dept., U. of Washington paper*
1983. `
..32.0: gratings*
KURODA, C.*
A laser velocimeter utilizing particle shadow tracking for the measurement of the velocity vector*
Ohio State U., Chem Engg Dept paper*
1983. `
..17.1,48.0: probably turb generated at entry to heart*
YAMAGUCHI, T.; KIKKAWA, S.; YOSHIKAWA, T.; TANISHITA, K.; SUGAWARA, M.*
Measurement of turbulence intensity in the center of the canine ascending aorta*
J. Biomech. Engg 105, 177*
1983. `
..48.0,32.0,31.1: photon better than LDA,LTA*
BROWN, R.G.W.; INMAN, P.N.*
Direct comparisons of laser doppler, transit, hot wire and pulsed wire anemometer measurements in an axisymmetric jet*
Proc 10th ICIASF - Int. Cong. on Inst. in Aerospace Simul. Facils., St Louis*
1983. `
..61.0:igloo - turb and flow viz*
TOY, N.; SAVORY, E.*
Turbulent shear flow in the near wake of a hemisphere*
Presented at 8th biennial Symp. on Turbulence, Rolla*
1983. `
..54.0,42.1: relevant to curved flows? stable only, of course*
SARPKAYA, T.*
Trailing vortices in homogeneous and density stratified media*
J. Fluid Mech. 136, 85*
1983. `
..10.0,42.3: heat as tracer - deduces pressure term*
RAUPACH, M.R.; LEGG, B.J.*
Turbulent dispersion from an elevated line source - measurements of wind concentration moments and budgets*
J. Fluid Mech. 136, 111*
1983. `
..59.0: at last*
CANTWELL, B.J.; COLES, D.*
An experimental study of entrainment and transport in the turbulent near wake of a circular cylinder*
J. Fluid Mech. 136, 321*
1983. `
..59.0:Re about 200000 - mean p and wire in wake*
FARELL, C.; BLESSMAN, J.*
On critical flow around smooth circular cylinders*
J. Fluid Mech. 136, 375*
1983. `
..28.3: desktops again - OEMs only?*
LEMMONS, P.*
Microsoft Windows*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 12, p. 48*
1983. `
..28.3: more consistent on BEQs etc*
HENDRIX, S.*
The CMOS 6502*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 12, p. 443*
1983. `
..43.0,44.0: uses p fluc at height to detect waves*
LU, N.P.; NEFF, W.D.; KAIMAL, J.C.*
Wave and turbulence structure in a disturbed nocturnal inversion*
Boundary-Layer Met. 26, 141*
1983. `
..27.1,27.2: 3-pt Gauss Seidel backward diff for dpdx*
BROWN, J.L.*
Parabolized Navier Stokes solutions of separation and trailing edge flows*
NASA TM 84378*
1983. `
..24.1: two different lip instability frequencies?*
HUSAIN, Z.D.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Natural instability of free shear layers*
AIAA J. 21, 1512*
1983. `
..27.1,25.5: uses U/U,pot. as a variable*
KHOSLA, P.K.; RUBIN, S.G.*
A composite velocity procedure for the compressible Navier Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 21, 1546*
1983. `
..16.2,61.0:OK for less than 38 deg - meaningful?*
SELBY, G.V.*
Applicability of the independence principle to subsonic turbulent flow over a swept rearward facing step*
AIAA J. 21, 1603*
1983. `
..25.6:"scale sim" SGS Re stress equals large uiuj minus ditto filtered again*
BARDINA, J.; FERZIGER, J.H.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Improved turbulence models based on large eddy simulation of homogeneous, incompressible turbulent flows*
Stanford Univ. Thermosciences Divn Rept TF-19*
1983. `
..18.1: just so*
FERNHOLZ, H.H.; FINLEY, P.J.*
On the breakdown of Crocco temperature velocity relationship and law of the wall in turbulent boundary layers*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 311*
1983. `
..31.1: the two are complementary*
BESTION, D.; GAVIGLIO, J.; BONNET, J.P.*
Comparison between constant current and constant temperature hot wire anemometers*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 54, 1513, Nov.*
1983. `
..09.3,02.1: LEBUs - parallel plates, self drag ignored?*
FALCO, R.E.*
A study of the effects of LEBU devices on turbulent boundary layer drag*
N83-24469,NASA-CR-170313*
1983. `
..05.0,29.6: streaks are active outward motions - contradicts Falco AD-A122 581*
SMITH, C.R.; SCHWARTZ, S.P.*
Observation of streamwise rotation in the near wall region of a turbulent boundary layer*
Phys. Fluids 26, 641*
1983. `
..05.0,29.6: organized but looks chaotic*
CERRA, A.W.; SMITH, C.R.*
Experimental observations of vortex ring interaction with the fluid adjacent to a surface*
Lehigh Univ. M.E. Dept Rept FM-4*
1983. `
..07.0,05.0: wires spaced at z,plus of about 100 increase drag 3-8 percent*
JOHANSEN, J.B.; SMITH, C.R.*
The effects of cylindrical surface modifications on turbulent boundary layers *
Lehigh Univ. M.E. Dept Rept FM-3*
1983. `
..31.1: 6 Re stresses from 6 orientations*
JANJUA, S.I.; McLAUGHLIN, D.K.; JACKSON, T.W.; LILLEY, D.G.*
Turbulence measurements in confined jets using a rotating single wire technique*
AIAA J. 21, 1609*
1983. `
..45.0:suggests spanwise pattern is Crow instability*
WEIHS, D.; KATZ, J.*
Cellular patterns in poststall flow over unswept wings*
AIAA J. 21, 1757*
1983. `
..24.2: needs ord. of mag more suction than TS waves (U")*
FLORYAN, J.M.; SARIC, W.S.*
Use of suction to control Taylor Gortler instability*
AIAA J. 21, 1635*
1983. `
..25.5:says BL approx good enough for Briley - misleading*
MURPHY, J.D.*
Accuracy of approximations to the Navier Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 21, 1759*
1983. `
..62.0: VSTOL ground effect - Nixon interested*
SARIPALLI, K.R.*
Visualization of flow patterns induced by an impinging jet issuing from a circular planform*
AIAA J. 21, 1764*
1983. `
..11.2,19.3:Kolmogorov relation for u only for r<5eta*
ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Relations between structure functions of velocity and temperature in a turbulent jet*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 213*
1983. `
..54.0: just so - end wall effect doesn't dominate vortex tube*
ESCUDIER, M.P.*
Vortex breakdown in the absence of an endwall boundary layer*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 193*
1983. `
..24.1:braids have ribs generating incoherent turb. - PB says therefore 3D*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F*
Coherent structures and incoherent turbulence*
IUTAM Symposium on Turbulence, Kyoto*
1983. `
..28.2,25.2: world's biggest bus micro, 2 VAX then Cray plus ?*
PETERSON, V.L.; BALLHAUS, W.F.; BAILEY, F.R.*
Numerical aerodynamic simulation (NAS) *
NASA-TM-84386, N83-32397*
1983. `
..54.0,22.2: yes*
LILLEY, G.M.*
Vortices and turbulence*
Aero. J. 87, 371*
1983. `
..59.2: yes*
HOWE, D.*
Aircraft that fly backwards - the application of forward swept wings*
Aero. J. 87, 321*
1983. `
..24.1:screen plus rod. In Aero Lib*
INOUYE, O.; SATO, S.; OGUCHI, H.*
Flow visualization and LDV measurement of turbulent mixing layers*
Jap. Inst. of Space and Astro Sci. Rept 606*
1983. `
..05.1,01.1: no it hasn't - contradicts Willmarth Phys Flu 20, S9*
JOHNSON, F.D.; ECKELMANN, H.*
Has a small scale structure in turbulence been experimentally verified?*
Phys. Fluids 26, 2408*
1983. `
..24.1:major axis grows faster with excitation*
HUSAIN, H.S.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Controlled excitation of elliptic jets*
Phys. Fluids 26, 2763*
1983. `
..24.1: 1981 AIP Kovasznay memorial session*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Coherent structures - reality and myth*
Phys. Fluids 26, 2816*
1983. `
..31.2: aspirated probe with 2 CTA wires*
NG, W.F.; EPSTEIN, A.H.*
High frequency temperature and pressure probe for unsteady compressible flows*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 54, 1678*
1983. `
..31.1,29.6: the nice unsteady aerofoil pics - see also Ann Arbor*
FREYMUTH, P.; BANK, W.; PALMER, M.*
Flow visualization and hot wire anemometry*
TSI Quart. vol. 9, no. 4, p. 14*
1983. `
..30.2: AGARD panel - much delayed*
STEINLE, F.; STANEWSKY, E.*
Wind tunnel flow quality and data accuracy requirements*
AGARD Adv. Rept 184*
1983. `
..44.3:very dodgy theory*
ASHILL, P.R.*
Effects of sidewall boundary layers on aerofoils mounted from sidewalls of wind tunnels - experimental evidence and developments of theory*
RAE TR 83065*
1983. `
..24.1,21.2: persistence of initial conditions*
GUTMARK, E.; HO, C.M.*
Preferred modes and the spreading rates of jets*
Phys. Fluids 26, 2932*
1983. `
..25.8:dissipative error analogous to upwinded FDMs*
ALLEN, M.B.*
How upstream collocation works*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Engg 19, 1753*
1983. `
..13.0,03.0: "2nd moment/diss." timescale much shorter for temp than for vel*
ISAKA, H.; GUILLEMET, B.*
Molecular dissipation of turbulent fluctuations in the convective mixed layer. Parts 1 and 2*
Boundary-Layer Met. 27, 141 and 257*
1983. `
..31.1,19.0: yes*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Effect of the separation between cold wires on the spatial derivatives of temperature in a turbulent flow*
Boundary-Layer Met. 27, 129*
1983. `
..25.2: USAF WPAFB college notes*
HANKEY, W.L.*
Introduction to computational aerodynamics*
AFWAL-TR-82-3031, AD-A130 717*
1983. `
..29.1:General chat about B.B.*
ESCUDIER, M.P.*
The instrumentation of a modern fluid mechanics research laboratory*
Measurement and Control 16, 230 and 267*
1983. `
..05.0,07.0,09.4: longl. riblets - little effect*
HOOSHMAND, A.; YOUNGS, R.A.; WALLACE, J.M.*
An experimental study of changes in the structure of a turbulent boundary layer due to surface geometry changes*
AIAA-83-0230*
1983. `
..28.3: just so - useful chat*
GUPTA, A.; TOONG, H.D.*
Microprocessors - the first twelve years*
Proc. IEEE 71, 1236*
1983. `
..24.2,54.0: lam calcs for spanwise vortex in shear layer*
GATSKI, T.B.*
The disturbance flow field produced by an evolving vortex*
NASA TP 2245*
1983. `
..25.6: too much a research rept*
GROTZBACH, G.*
Direct numerical and large eddy simulation of turbulent channel flows*
Karlsruhe KfK paper, for Enc. of Fluid Mech. vol. 6 (Ed. N.P. Cheremisinoff)*
1983. `
..17.1: fairly high freqs - omega.d/u,tau up to 20*
TU, S.W.; RAMAPRIAN, B.R.*
Fully developed periodic turbulent pipe flow. Parts 1 and 2*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 31 and 59*
1983. `
..31.1,05.0: 4 independent wires - agrees with iso. formula for y+>30*
KASTRINAKIS, E.G.; ECKELMANN, H.*
Measurement of streamwise vorticity fluctuations in a turbulent channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 165*
1983. `
..24.4: measure TS wave and feed back via ribbon*
THOMAS, A.S.W.*
The control of boundary layer transition using a wave superposition principle*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 233*
1983. `
..12.2,02.1,50.0: mean vort to fluc vort - RDT and simple expts. Also F. Ahmad expt 1990+*
GARTSHORE, I.S.; DURBIN, P.A.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
The production of turbulent stress in a shear flow by irrotational fluctuations*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 307*
1983. `
..59.0: More L/H effects*
NAKAMURA, Y.; OHYA, Y.*
The effects of turbulence on the mean flow past square rods*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 331*
1983. `
..31.1, 05.0: useful review and new results*
JOHANSSON, A.V.; ALFREDSSON, P.H.*
Effects of imperfect spatial resolution on measurements of wall bounded turbulent shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 409*
1983. `
..01.1:mixing jets - useful ref to Cambridge work*
MUMFORD, J.C.*
The structure of the large eddies in fully developed turbulent shear flows. Part 2. The plane wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 447*
1983. `
..24.1: depends on lam or turb BL but not Re etc*
FORDSE, H.; LEIDJENS, H.; OOMS, G.*
On the influence of the exit conditions on the entrainment rate in the development of a free round turbulent jet*
Delft WTHD-152 and Appl. Sci. Res. 40, 355*
1983. `
..25.6: prop. to time integral scale of R(dx,t) *
SHEIH, C.M.; FRENZEN, P.; COULTER, R.L.*
Measurement of subgrid scale eddy diffusivity*
Argonne Nat. Lab. DE83 010796*
1983. `
..16.2: v.d. Berg or Joubert best*
PIERCE, F.J.; McALLISTER, J.E.; TENNANT, M.H.*
A review of near-wall similarity models in three dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 251, 257, 263*
1983. `
..50.0:just so*
HANCOCK, P.E.; BRADSHAW, P.*
The effect of free stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 284*
1983. `
..06.0,07.0:Prandtl Schlichting ignores the "wake"*
MILLS, A.F.; HANG, X.*
On the skin friction coefficient for a fully rough flat plate*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 364*
1983. `
..59.0:eddies all 3D - some split, some backflow*
PRONCHICK, S.W.; KLINE, S.J.*
An experimental investigation of the structure of a turbulent reattaching flow behind a backward facing step*
Stanford Rept MD-42*
1983. `
..62.0,11.3: some mixing inside nozzle*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Heat transfer measurements in a heated jet pipe flow issuing into a cold cross stream*
Phys. Fluids 26, 3201*
1983. `
..05.0,24.4: streamwise vortices*
BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Analogies between transitional and turbulent boundary layers*
Phys. Fluids 26, 2807*
1983. `
..22.2:welcome return of an old favourite*
GLAUERT, H.*
Aerofoil and Airscrew Theory*
Cambridge Science Classics - paperback*
1983. `
..27.1,25.2:triple deck but full num method with elliptic Poisson soln*
SMITH, F.T.*
Properties, and a finite difference approach, for interactive three dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
United Tech Rept UTRC83-46*
1983. `
..28.2:see 85838 for expert systems*
GEVARTER, W.B.*
A overview of artificial intelligence and robotics. Vol. I - AI*
NASA TM 85836, 85838, 85839*
1983. `
..30.3:about time too - diffuser trouble in OJ/CJ VTOL tunnel*
APPLIN, Z.T.*
Flow improvements in the circuit of the Langley 4- by 7-meter tunnel*
NASA TM 85662*
1983. `
..30.2: BL bleeds just upstream of throat for LBL*
BECKWITH, I.E.; CREEL, T.R.; CHEN, F.J.; KENDALL, J.M.*
Free stream noise and transition measurements on a cone in a Mach 3.5 pilot low disturbance tunnel*
NASA TP 2180*
1983. `
..29.6:axi filter for knife-edge - see also Appl. Optics 23, 2449, 1984*
HOWES, W.D.*
Rainbow Schlieren*
NASA TP 2166*
1983. `
..30.2:quite useful but scant info on tunnel config.*
HARVEY, W.D.*
An evaluation and assessment of flow quality in selected NASA wind tunnels*
NASA-TM-85659, N83-33844*
1983. `
..26.1: just so*
HUSSAINI, M.Y.*
Spectral methods for inviscid compressible flows*
NASA-CR-172710, N83-33847*
1983. `
..26.2: just so*
STREETT, C.L.*
Spectral multigrid methods with applications to transonic potential flow*
NASA-TM-85412, n83-33851*
1983. `
..31.1: simple and mainly cribbed from JHU*
DICKINSON, S.C.*
Production of hot wires*
DTNSRDC/SPD-1079-01*
1983. `
..48.0,20.0:similar to JA but doesn't refer to it*
MOREL, R.; REY, C.; WALLACE, J.M.*
Evolution of the thermal field in a turbulent wake downstream from an asymmetrically heated plate*
Phys. Fluids 26, 416*
1983. `
..13.0:partitioning wavelengths - still pretty arbitrary*
SCHIESTEL, R.*
Multiple scale concept in turbulence modelling. Parts 1 and 2*
J. de Mec. Theor. et Appliq. 2, 417 and 601*
1983. `
..24.7,25.3:vortex sheets merging into vortex blobs*
CHEER, A.Y.*
Numerical study of incompressible slightly viscous flow past blunt bodies and airfoils*
SIAM J. Sci. Stat. Comput. 4, 685*
1983. `
..60.0:unintentionally 3D - downstream PG has large effect*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.*
Interaction of a turbulent boundary layer with a normal shock wave followed by an adverse pressure gradient*
Aust. Aero. Res. Lab. M.E. Rept. 161*
1983. `
..53.0:internal layer plus damped outer layer*
BASKARAN, V.*
Turbulent flow over a curved hill*
Ph. D. thesis, Melbourne Univ. *
1983. `
..28.3:just so - wouldn't admit to learning anything, but - ACO has*
FRENZEL, L.E.*
The Howard W. Sams Crash Course in Microcomputers*
Howard W. Sams Co., Indianapolis*
1983. `
..05.0,29.6: dual view video*
SMITH, C.R.; PAXSON, R.D.*
A technique for evaluation of three dimensional behavior in turbulent boundary layers using computer augmented hydrogen bubble wire flow visualization*
Expts. in Fluids 1, 43*
1983. `
..25.6:useful review - sorts out triad interaction*
BERTOGLIO, J.P.; MATHIEU, J.*
Study of subgrid models for sheared turbulence*
Presented at 4th Int. Sympo. on Turb. Shear Flow, Karlsruhe - not in Proc.*
1983. `
..25.10,47.2,25.2: gives ortho. condn. for Poisson parts*
CHEUNG, W.S.; PATEL, V.C.*
Numerically generated coordinates suitable for ship stern and wake flow calculations*
In IIHR-265, US-Japan coop. research on visc. flow around ships, 1981-83, PB83-250969*
1983. `
..28.3: DRI man - GKS to VDI to NAPLPS*
LANGHORST, F.E.*
Realizing graphics standards for microcomputers*
BYTE vol. 8, no. 2, p. 256*
1983. `
..24.1,10.0:in crossflow - oddities below Re of 20000*
KUHLMAN, J.M.; CHU, L.C.*
Reynolds number effects on the nearfield mean characteristics of a laboratory model thermal plume*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 34*
1983. `
..24.1:CO2 - air - CO2 with vortex shedding from splitter*
SCHWEIGER, G.*
Regular structures in a plane triple jet*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 42*
1983. `
..62.0: triangular array - mean flow expts too*
MAKIHATA, T.; MIYAI, Y.*
Prediction of the trajectory of triple jets in a uniform crossflow*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 91*
1983. `
..61.0: arch vortices for AR .GT. 0.8, Karman street for .LT. 0.8*
SAKAMOTO, H.; ARIE, M.*
Flow around a normal plate of finite width immersed in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 98*
1983. `
..24.1:effects in initial region propagate downstream*
THOMAS, F.O.; GOLDSCHMIDT, V.W.*
Interaction of an acoustic disturbance and a two dimensional turbulent jet - experimental data*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 134*
1983. `
..53.0:all six Re stresses - Ri factor works OK*
KIKUYAMA, K.; MURAKAMI, M.; NISHIBORI, K.*
Development of three dimensional turbulent boundary layer in an axially rotating pipe*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 154*
1983. `
..59.0,49.0,45.0: single vortex, not pair, in separated region - AR=8*
GESSNER, F.B.; CHAN, Y.L.*
Flow in a rectangular diffuser with local flow detachment in the corner region*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 204*
1983. `
..30.2,16.2: GARTEUR - mainly tunnel interference*
GARTEUR*
Two dimensional transonic testing methods*
NLR TR 83086L*
1983. `
..23.0,12.2: RDT and u and p spectrum meas.*
HUOT, J.P.; ARBEY, H.; REY, C.*
The distortion of turbulence by a flat plate and its relevance to the pressure fluctuation on the obstacle*
C.R. Acad Sci. (Comptes Rendus) 296, 213*
1983. `
..25.5,27.3: LBI with artificial visc.*
LIU, N.S.; SHAMROTH, S.J.; McDONALD, H.*
Numerical solution of Navier Stokes equations for compressible turbulent two/three dimensional flow in terminal shock region of an inlet/diffuser*
NASA CR 3723*
1983. `
..30.2:parametric study of u and L effects*
MARION, A.; TAN-ATICHAT, J.; NAGIB, H.M.*
On the design of contractions and settling chambers for optimal turbulence manipulation in wind tunnels*
NASA CR 169847*
1983. `
..11.6,05.0: density less near wall, so bursts weaker but sweeps not affected*
CHENG, R.K.; NG, T.T.*
Influence of combustion on Reynolds stress in a strongly heated turbulent boundary layer*
Lawrence Berkeley LBL-16297*
1983. `
..31.2: response depends on M but not much on wire T*
SEINER, J.M.*
The wedge hot film anemometer in supersonic flow*
NASA TP 2134*
1983. `
..45.0: useful but not inspired - nothing new in calcs*
HUMPHREY, J.A.C.*
TITLE?*
Berkeley UCB/FM-83-7*
1983. `
..24.4:suction - main effect is delayed start, little change in wedge angle*
MOTOHASHI,T.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Decreasing the sidewall contamination in wind tunnels*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 435*
1983. `
..59.0,14.0: reactor plenum - Stuhmiller k,sigma model*
BOYLE, D.R.; GOLAY, M.W.*
Measurement of a recirculating, two dimensional, turbulent flow and comparison to turbulence model prediction. I. Steady state case*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 439*
1983. `
..61.0:slab, length/height 1 to 4. mean u only*
BERGELES, G.; ATHANASSIADIS, N.*
The flow past a surface mounted obstacle*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 461*
1983. `
..22.2:just so - author index only - PB has journal*
ANON.*
Journal of Fluids Engineering ten year index*
J. Fluids Engg 105, 481*
1983. `
..28.1,02.1:space time window - nothing special*
SIDERIDES, G.; BERNSTEIN, L.*
A system for phase and intermittency measurements in periodically turbulent flows*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 16, 136*
1983. `
..46.0:fully turbulent, 11 . 6 deg, Re (h.d.) 10400*
USUI, H.; SANO, Y.; OKADA, S.*
Turbulent flow in an isosceles triangular duct*
Tech. Repts Yamaguchi Univ. 3, 79 (Aero Lib)*
1983. `
..31.1:usual truncated expansions tested by simulation*
PAULSEN, L.*
Measurement of double and triple velocity correlations by means of streamwise oriented rotated X hot wire probes*
Technisches Messen 50, 267*
1983. `
..47.2,45.0: ship double model, good 5-hole probe meas.*
WIEGHARDT, K.*
Kinematics of a wake flow*
Z. Flugwiss. Weltraumforsch. 7, 149*
1983. `
..13.0:not much content - lecture notes?*
ROTTA, J.C.*
Some aspects of rational turbulent boundary layer computation*
Z. Flugwiss. Weltraumforsch. 7, 417*
1983. `
..24.1: one of a issue on 2D turbulence - flatulence. In Sci Mus, 51-5,JJ4322*
BROWAND, F.K.; HO, C.M.*
The mixing layer - an example of quasi two dimensional turbulence*
J. de Mec. Theor. et Appliq., special no., p.99*
1983. `
..29.6:smoke and swept 5W laser - conc. assumed same as light intensity*
BALINT, J.L.A.; AYRAULT, M.; SCHON, J.P.*
Quantitative investigation of the velocity and concentration fields of turbululent flows combining visualization and image processing*
Third Int. Symp. on Flow Viz., Ann Arbor*
1983. `
..25.5:also in 1984 AIAA J.?*
COAKLEY, T.J.*
Implicit upwind methods for the compressible Navier Stokes equations*
NASA-TM-84364*
1983. `
..29.5:continuous expressions for Patel calibn*
POLL, D.I.A.*
Note on the algebraic representation of the Preston tube calibration*
Cranfield College of Aeronautics Rept CAR-8308*
1983. `
..24.1,30.2,62.0: DAMTP - RDT related expts. Large eddies little changed*
SENE, K.*
The passage of a mixing layer through a screen*
CNRS Lab. d'Aerothermique, Meudon Rept. 83-2*
1983. `
..32.1:including laser LDA and photon corr - 1982 Kiel conf*
SCHULZ-DUBOIS, E.O. (Ed.)*
Photon Correlation techniques in Fluid Mechanics*
Springer*
1983. `
..54.0,42.1:burned or unburned streamwise streaks in forest fire*
HAINES, D.A.; SMITH, M.C.*
Wind tunnel generation of horizontal roll vortices over a differentially heated surface*
Nature 306, 351*
1983. `
..22.2: Bristol mathematician*
PATERSON, A.R.*
A first course in fluid dynamics*
Cambridge*
1983. `
..58.0,27.1,18.0:NASA Ames transonic - flat bot. flap*
VISWANATH, P.R.; CLEARY, J.W.; SEEGMILLER, H.L.*
Experimental documentation of trailing edge flows at high Reynolds number*
NASA-TM-84375, N84-10498*
1983. `
..58.0,27.2,18.2: NASA Ames*
VISWANATH, P.R.; BROWN, J.L.*
Separated trailing edge flow at a transonic Mach number*
AIAA J. 21, 801*
1983. `
..25.5,25.7,25.10:MacCormack in general coords*
LAVANTE, E.; THOMPKINS, W.T.*
An implicit bidiagonal numerical method for solving the Navier Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 21, 828*
1983. `
..25.5,25.6: Rlambda up to 80, 70 Cray hours - vortices are tubes*
KERR, R.A.*
Higher order derivative correlations and the alignment of small scale structures in isotropic numerical turbulence*
NASA-TM-84407, N84-14464*
1983. `
..45.0,27.3: good Haines review in there*
ANON.*
Special course on subsonic transonic interference for aircraft*
AGARD Rept 712*
1983. `
..62.0: considerable mess - AIAA paper*
HOLDEMAN, J.D.*
Perspectives on the mixing of a row of jets with a confined crossflow*
NASA-TM-83457, N83-30392*
1983. `
..50.0,61.0,59.0: general review, car oriented*
BEARMAN, P.W.; MOREL, T.*
Effect of free stream turbulence on flow around bluff bodies*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 20, 97*
1983. `
..25.5,25.6: lambda and horseshoe vortices*
BIRINGEN, S.*
Transition to turbulence in plane channel flow*
NASA CR 173149, N84-16486*
1983. `
..13.0,25.5,25.7:ten years of compressible Navier Stokes solutions*
MARVIN, J.G.*
Modeling of turbulent separated flows for aerodynamic appplications*
NASA-TM-84392, N83-33849*
1983. `
..59.2:good review - stall of retreating blade LIMITS max speed*
McCROSKEY, W.J.*
Special opportunities in helicopter aerodynamics*
NASA-TM-84396*
1983. `
..50.0:final version - cf changes less at low Re, St changes 1.3 times as much as cf*
BLAIR, M.F.*
Influence of free stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layer heat transfer and mean profile development. Parts I and II*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 33 and 41*
1983. `
..59.0,11.3:Re of order 100 based on thickness of in-line plates - vortex street effects*
ROADMAN, R.E.; LOEHRKE, R.I.*
Low Reynolds number flow between interrupted flat plates*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 166*
1983. `
..11.2:more than 0.7 throughout, more than 1 at edges*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Measurement of turbulent Prandtl number in a plane jet*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 663*
1983. `
..11.3,53.0:thermal Gillis - slow St recovery*
SIMON, T.W.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Turbulent boundary layer heat transfer experiments - a separate effects study on a convexly curved wall*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 835*
1983. `
..54.0,45.0,46.0: various useful lectures, nothing striking*
ANON.*
Aerodynamics of vortical type flows in three dimensions*
AGARD-CP-342*
1983. `
..54.0: assumes velocity defect in core at TE - uses Hoffmann & Joubert eddy vis. prop. to r*
ROBERTS, L.*
On the structure of the turbulent vortex*
In AGARD-CP-342, Aerodynamics of vortical type flows in three dimensions*
1983. `
..31.1: limited pitch and yaw response - OK up to 30 percent*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Statistical errors associated with probe geometry and turbulence intensity in triple hot wire anemometry*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 16, 1264*
1983. `
..19.3: frequency is reciprocal of micro timescale*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; PRABHU, A.; NARASIMHA, R.*
Zero-crossings in turbulent signals*
J. Fluid Mech. 137, 251*
1983. `
..62.0,17.1: high Ruv near outer edges*
GILBERT, B.L.*
Detailed turbulence measurements in a two dimensional upwash*
AIAA-83-1678*
1983. `
..56.0: Schofield and Perry half power law with origin on zero-velocity line.*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.*
On separating turbulent boundary layers.*
ARL Mech Engg Rept 162*
1983. `
..23.0: u and v ensemble on p>4p,rms*
DINKELACKER, A.; LANGEHEINEKEN, Th.*
Relations between wall pressure fluctuations and velocity fluctuations in turbulent flow*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 1*
1983. `
..24.4,53.0: vortex vel contours - Go_crit=9*
SWEARINGEN, J.D.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Breakdown of streamwise vortices near a wall*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 10*
1983. `
..05.0,31.1: four independent wires - quadrant analysis*
KASTRINAKIS, E.G.; NYCHAS, S.G.; ECKELMANN, H.*
Some streamwise vorticity characteristics of coherent structures*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 31*
1983. `
..56.0: percentage flow reversal - also JFM 143, 153, 1984*
WEI, Q.D.; SATO, H.*
The role of large-scale motions in the separation process of a turbulent boundary layer on a curved surface*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 65*
1983. `
..53.0,29.6: dye and bubbles -no T-G vortices*
JEANS, A.J.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
The effects of concave curvature on turbulent boundary layer structures*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 89*
1983. `
..53.0: -.078 delta*
YAJNIK, K.S.; SUNDARAM, S.; ACHARYA, M.*
Observations on large scale motions in highly disturbed boundary layers.*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 366*
1983. `
..48.0,20.0: several aerofoil wakes - normal and shear stress.*
ZHOU, M.D.; SQUIRE, L.C.*
The interaction of a wake with a boundary layer*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 376*
1983. `
..12.2,02.1: RDT and simple expts. - also JFM 137, 307*
GARTSHORE, I.S.; DURBIN, P.A.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
The production of turbulent stress in a shear flow by irotational fuctuations*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 388*
1983. `
..48.0,21.2,11.3: simple vel. and temp fluctuations*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Interaction region of a two-dimensional turbulent plane jet in still air*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 411*
1983. `
..28.1: see ASME 1983 WA meeting*
KLINE, S.J.*
Estimates of uncertainty and their uses*
Structure of Complex Turbulent Shear Flow (R. Dumas and L. Fulachier, Eds.) Springer, p. 420*
1983. `
..60.0,50.0: M=1.44, up to .6 percent turb*
RAGHUNATHAN, S.; McADAM, R.J.W.*
Boundary layer and turbulence intensity measurements in a shock wave boundary layer interaction*
AIAA J. 21, 1349*
1983. `
..22.2,01.1: intro by Ligrani, then Comte-B, Blackwelder, Cousteix, Fernholz, Lakshmi*
LIGRANI, P.M. (Ed.)*
Turbulent Shear Flows*
VKI Lecture Course 1983-3*
1983. `
..24.2:trailer for book "Guide to experiments on instability, etc"*
MORKOVIN, M.V.*
Understanding transition to turbulence in shear layers*
AFOSR-TR-83-0931, AD-A134 796*
1983. `
..13.0:RSM fair, k, eps. poor - see also J. Heat Transf. 105, 862*
AMANO, R.S.*
Numerical study of a separating and reattaching flow by using Reynolds stress turbulence closure*
NASA-CR-166547, N84-17133*
1983. `
..11.4,57.0:alleged non linearity of statistics*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
The response of a turbulent boundary layer to a double step change in wall heat flux*
J. Heat Transf. 105, 841*
1983. `
..62.0,10.1:mainly centre plane meas*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; HANIU, H.*
Turbulence measurements in plane jets and plumes in crossflow*
IIHR-266, PB84-105303*
1983. `
..25.7,25.10: simple trapez. finite vol method - good intro*
JAMESON, A.*
Solution of the Euler equations for two dimensional transonic flow by a multigrid method*
Appl. Math. and Comp. 13, 327*
1983. `
..28.1: slightly outdated mini. system - no brand names given*
PURTELL, L.P.*
A high speed data acquisition system for fluid mechanics measurements*
NBS Tech Note 1181*
1983. `
..45.0,59.2: rounded, squared-off and chamfered tips*
THOMPSON, D.H.*
A flow visualisation study of tip vortex formation*
Australian ARL-AERO-NOTE-421*
1983. `
..17.1:unsteady water flow - includes pubs. list*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.*
Unsteady turbulent boundary layers*
AD-A137 853, IIHR-TC-3*
1983. `
..59.2,27.4: data tabulations are not included - further appendix*
BRADEN, J.A.*
Experimental study of the separating confluent boundary layer, Vol.2 - experimental data*
NASA-CR-166018, N84-20481*
1983. `
..28.3:good intro to the ideas of typing etc - very military language*
BOOCH, G.*
Software engineering with Ada*
Benjamin Cummings*
1983. `
..44.2,48.0: main effect is on transition*
DOORLY, D.J.*
A study of the effect of wake passing on turbine blades*
Oxford University Thesis, BLLD Ref. LD D50632/84*
1983. `
..05.0: analysis of Lau meas. - no new results*
NIKOLAIDES, C.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
A study of coherent structures in the viscous wall region of a turbulent flow*
Univ. of Illinois Dept. of Chem.Engg. AD-A137875*
1983. `
..11.3,21.0: good crosscheck of dissipation*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.*
Budget of the temperature variance in a turbulent plane jet*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 26, 41*
1983. `
..30.3,22.1: Penn State G. Thomas water tunnel*
PARKIN, B.R.*
Hydrodynamics and fluid mechanics*
Naval Research Reviews vol. 35, no. 4, p. 20*
1983. `
..14.0,02.2,11.1: Based on unavailable Spalding papers - source and diffusion of gamma*
MALIN, M.R.*
Calculations of intermittency in self-preserving free turbulent jets and wakes*
Imperial College CFD-83/10*
1983. `
..31.1: yaw sensitivity of films or wires varies below 3m/s*
LAWSON, R.E.; BRITTER, R.E.*
A note on the measurement of transverse velocity fluctuations with heated cylindrical sensors at small mean velocities*
J. Phys. E. - Sci. Instrum. 16, 563*
1983. `
..31.1: Precision Monolithics OP-37 pre amp, 80nV pp noise*
ITSWEIRE, E.C.; HELLAND, K.N.*
A high-performance low-cost constant temperature hot-wire anemometer*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 16, 549*
1983. `
..31.1: serious inaccuracy with large misalignment*
PAULSEN, L.*
Triple hot-wire technique for simultaneous measurements of instantaneous velocity components in turbulent flow*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 16, 554*
1983. `
..46.0,51.0,61.0,62.0: width/height about 5 - see also ASCE 100, HY1, Jan 74*
PANI, B.S.; DASH, R.N.*
3D reattached wall jet*
Houille Blanche 38, 37*
1983. `
..25.5: QUICK next best to central*
BEIER, R.A.; BAUM, H.R.*
Accuracy of finite-difference methods in recirculating flows*
Num. Heat Transfer, 6, 283*
1983. `
..29.1: DC motor designs - var. speed AC (electronic drive) improving*
BALL, D.A.*
Motors and motor drives - the new challenge*
Electronics and Power 29, 135*
1983. `
..27.2,25.7: IBLT - defect analysis with centrifugal pressure defect*
CARTER, J.E.; EDWARDS, D.E.; HAFEZ, M.M.*
Analysis of transonic shock inducd separated flow including normal pressure gradients*
United Tech. Res. Center R83-915712-2*
1983. `
..51.0: mean u only, wall speed 1/3 of exit speed*
MAKI, H.*
Experimental studies on the combined flow field formed by a moving wall and a wall jet running parallel to it*
Bull. JSME 26, 2100*
1983. `
..27.1,2.2: second Long Beach sympo, also complete pre-print version AD-A13 151*
CEBECI, T. (Ed.)*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II*
Springer*
1983. `
..27.1: General review*
CEBECI, T.; STEWARTSON, K.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
The calculation of two-dimensional flow past airfoils*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows (T. Cebeci, Ed.), vol.2, Springer, p. 1*
1983. `
..59.2: Keynote paper*
SMITH, A.M.O.*
Wing design and analysis-your job*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 41*
1983. `
..27.1,27.2: latest staggered mesh*
RUBIN, S.G.; REDDY, D.R.*
Global solution procedures for incompressible laminar flow with strong presssure interaction and separation*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 79*
1983. `
..56.0,31.1: swinging hot wire and k, eps.*
ADAIR, D.; THOMPSON, B.E.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Measurements and calculations of a separating boundary-layer and the downstream wake*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 97*
1983. `
..56.0,27.2: Viswanath and 18 percent data - implicit MacCormack*
HORSTMAN, C.C.*
Numerical simulation of turbulent trailing edge flows*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 112*
1983. `
..25.5,27.2: just so*
BRADSHAW, P.; KAVANAGH, M.A.; MOBBS, D.*
Viscous-inviscid matching using imbedded Navier-Stokes solutions*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.), Springer, p. 125*
1983. `
..27.2: TSL approx. for small separated regions*
McDONALD, H.; BRILEY, W.R.*
A survey of recent work on interacted boundary-layer theory for flow with separation*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 141*
1983. `
..59.0,27.2: main interest is experiments on exaggerated L.E.*
GLEYZES, C.; COUSTEIX, J.; BONNET, J.L.*
A calculation method of leading-edge separation bubbles*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 173 *
1983. `
..27.2: inverse, Veldman reformulated as blowing vel.*
CEBECI, T.; CLARK, R.W.*
An interactive approach to subsonic flows with separation*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 193*
1983. `
..59.2: negligible spanwise variations after all*
NAKAYAMA, A.*
Measurements of attached and separated turbulent flows in the trailing-edge regions of airfoils*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 233*
1983. `
..27.1,17.1: review of "Composite" (defect) formulation*
Le BALLEUR, J.C.*
Numerical viscous-inviscid interaction in steady and unsteady flows*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows II (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 259*
1983. `
..44.2:several useful papers - fiche in Aero. Lib.*
ANON.*
Viscous effects in turbomachines*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 351*
1983. `
..24.1,20.0: artificial excitation at two freqs.*
JONES, F.L.*
An experimental study of nonlinear wave interactions and modulations during transition of a symmetric wake*
Univ. Texas at Austin LTT-83-02*
1983. `
..29.5,05.0:includes spectra and scales*
YEFIMTSOV, B.M.; KUZNETSOV, V.B.; SYSOYEV, V.A.*
Turbulent fluctuations of shear stress at the wall*
Fluid Mech. - Soviet Research 12, 121*
1983. `
..52.0,53.0: intensity in outer region decreases - b/R about 0.1*
KOBAYASHI, R.; FUJISAWA, N.*
Curvature effects on two dimensional turbulent wall jets along concave surfaces*
Bull. JSME 26, 2074*
1983. `
..22.2: long review*
IDEL'CHIK, I.Y.*
Certain phenomena and paradoxes in aerodynamics and hydraulics*
Fluid Mech. - Soviet Research vol. 12, no. 2, p. 1*
1983. `
..62.0,30.2: usual wall-pressure correction*
WILSDEN, D.J.; HACKETT, J.E.*
Tunnel constraint for a jet in crossflow*
NASA CP-2319, p. 273*
1983. `
..28.3:just so - Rutherford people*
HOPGOOD, F.R.A.; DUCE, D.A.; GALLOP, J.R.; SUTCLIFFE, D.C.*
Introduction to the Graphical Kernel System (GKS)*
Academic Press*
1983. `
..24.2,25.6: bifurcating modes - Tobak*
MOSER, R.D.; MOIN, P.; LEONARD, A.*
A spectral numerical method for the Navier-Stokes equations with applications to Taylor-Couette flow*
J. Comp. Phys. 52, 524*
1983. `
..01.1,44.2: phase averaged sampling*
SHREEVE, R.P.; NEUHOFF, F.*
Measurements of the flow from a high speed compressor rotor using a dual probe digital sampling technique*
ASME paper 83-GT-215*
1983. `
..57.0,48.0,17.1: meas. of rough to smooth and wake-BL interaction - steady and unsteady*
KISKE, S.*
Ein beitrag zur beschreibung turbulenter scherschichten mit gestorter turbulenzstruktur*
Dr.-Ing Thesis, Ruhr-Univ. Bochum*
1983. `
..24.4: square box with rotating cylinder inside*
MULLIN, T.; LORENZEN, A.; PFISTER, G.*
Transition in turbulence in a non-standard rotating flow*
Phys. Lett. 96A, 236*
1983. `
..53.0: for very small R, so wall layer instability dominates*
KOBAYASHI, R.; FUJISAWA, N.*
Turbulence measurements in wall jets along strongly concave surfaces*
Acta Mech. (Austria) 47, 39*
1983. `
..25.8: poor - see also Gresho and Lee, Comp. and Fluids 9, 223*
DIERSCH, H.J.*
On finite element upwinding and its numerical performance in simulating coupled convective transport processes*
ZAMM 63, 479*
1983. `
..25.2,25.7: good intro for students*
JAMESON, A.*
The evolution of computational methods in aerodynamics*
J. Appl. Mech. 50, 1052*
1983. `
..13.0,11.1: excellent review, and explanation of nonlinearity of multiple scalars*
LUMLEY, J.L.*
Turbulence modelling*
J. Appl. Mech. 50, 1097*
1983. `
..29.5: semi-theoretical calibration - the usual variables*
POLL, D.I.A.*
A note on the use of surface pitot tubes for the measurement of skin friction in laminar boundary layers*
Cranfield Coll of Aero Report 8307*
1983. `
..11.2,19.2,21.3:correction to T's H do not seem warranted*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.*
The spatial derivative of temperature in a turbulent flow and Taylor's hypothesis*
Phys. Fluids 26, 1222*
1983. `
..25.5: their name is 2^(N^2)*
SCHREIBER, R.; KELLER, H.B.*
Spurious solutions in driven cavity calculations*
J. Comp. Phys. 49, 165*
1983. `
..28.1,25.6: Boeing work - group theory as a framework for data re-ordering*
HOPCROFT, R.G.*
Structuring computational fluid dynamics analysis systems*
Presented at 3rd Int. Conf. on Num. Methods in Lam. and Turb. Fluid Flow*
1983. `
..14.0,07.0: following Chieng and Launder*
VIEGAS, J.R.; RUBESIN, M.W.*
Wall-function boundary conditions in the solution of the Navier-Stokes equations for complex compressible flows*
AIAA-83-1694*
1983. `
..24.1: 50 percent of TKE in vortex rolls -- useful general summary*
BROWAND, F.K.; HO, C.-M.*
The mixing layer - an example of quasi two-dimensional turbulence*
J. de Mecanique Theor. et Appliq., numero special, 99*
1983. `
..49.0,15.0: entrainment method*
SHIMOMURA, I.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
A program for prediction of diffuser performance in the unstalled and stalled flow regimes*
Stanford Univ. Mech Engg Dept Rept PD-28*
1983. `
..19.3,54.0: thin axi. layer with radially-periodic circumferential force - several vortex cells like rotating disk flow*
OBUKHOV, A.M.*
Kolmogorov flow and laboratory simulation of it*
Uspekhi Mat. Nauk / Russian Math. Surveys vol. 38, no. 4, p. 113*
1983. `
..45.0: test case, no vw. Ordinate of fig. 3 should be 100c_p/2, Re=60000, De=23,160*
CHANG, S.M.; HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; MODAVI, A.*
Turbulent flow in a strongly curved u-bend and downstream tangent of square cross-sections*
Physico-Chem, Hydrod. 4, 243*
1983. `
..23.0,05.0,01.1: VITA and discussion of streamwise/spanwise scales*
THOMAS, A.S.W.; BULL, M.K.*
On the role of wall pressure fluctuations in deterministic motions in the turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 128, 283*
1983. `
..08.0,06.0: "acoustic treatment" panels - but no filling. See 0295*
WILKINSON, S.P.*
Influence of wall permeability on turbulent boundary-layer properties*
AIAA-83-0294*
1983. `
..08.0,06.0: perforated and sintered metal walls. At zero flow, drag is 30.4% above flat plate*
COLLIER, F.S.; SCHETZ, J.A.*
Injection into a turbulent boundary layer through porous surfaces with different surface geometries*
AIAA-83-0295*
1983. `
..45.0,30.2: due to secondary flow in contraction*
MOKHTARI, S.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Longitudinal vortices in wind tunnel wall boundary layers*
Aero. J., Roy. Aero. Soc 87, 233*
1983. `
..57.0,48.0,17.1: meas. of rough to smooth change and wake-BL interactions - steady and unsteady*
KISKE, S.*
An attempt to describe turbulent shear layers with distorted turbulence structure*
Dr.-Ing Thesis, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum*
1983. `
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..24.1: quotes Lucretius and the I Ching*
HO, C.-M.; HUERRE, P.*
Perturbed free shear layers*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 16, 365*
1984. `
..28.3: Orwell not mentioned*
MATEOSIAN, R.*
1984, the year of the 32-bit microprocessor.*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 1, p. 134*
1984. `
..28.3: use for text analysis, trees, etc*
LEMMONS, P.*
Beyond the word processor*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 1, p. 53*
1984. `
..28.3: some relevance to MS-DOS*
BROADWELL, D.*
Real time clocks and PC-DOS 2.0*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 1, p. 442*
1984. `
..60.0,22.1: Ribner like - not very useful*
ZANG, T.A.; HUSSAINI, M.Y.; BUSHNELL, D.M.*
Numerical computations of turbulence amplification in shock wave interactions*
AIAA J. 22, 13*
1984. `
..17.1: more rotating flap stuff*
COVERT, E.E.; LORBER, P.F.*
Unsteady turbulent boundary layers in adverse pressure gradients*
AIAA J. 22, 22*
1984. `
..28.2,25.2: NAS*
MOXON, J.*
Takeoff for the digital wind tunnel*
Flight, vol. 125, 14 Jan., p. 89*
1984. `
..24.1: 2 stream layer becomes f.d. sooner - turb-turb transn?*
MEHTA, R.D.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
Near field turbulence properties of single and two stream plane mixing layers*
AIAA paper 84-0426*
1984. `
..28.3:68000 and serial "software" bus*
WILLIAMS, G.*
The Apple Macintosh computer*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 2, p. 30*
1984. `
..28.3: for love and pizza - new machine with soul*
LEMMONS, P.*
An interview - the Macintosh design team*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 2, p. 58*
1984. `
..28.3:Microsoft F77 3.1 with 8087 best of three*
TETEWSKY, A.*
Benchmarking FORTRAN compilers*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 2, p. 218*
1984. `
..28.3: useful details - not easy*
ROSKOS, J.E.*
Writing device drivers for MS-DOS 2.0*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 2, p. 370*
1984. `
..31.1:expt and calc - supports Jorgensen pitch-yaw coupling*
ADRIAN, R.J.; ET AL.*
Aerodynamic disturbances of hot wire probes and directional sensitivity*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 17, 62*
1984. `
..25.6: quotable review*
ROGALLO, R.S.; MOIN, P.*
Numerical simulation of turbulent flows*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 16, 99*
1984. `
..25.6: vortices at +- 45deg as per Head*
MOIN, P.*
Probing turbulence via large eddy simulation*
AIAA-84-0174*
1984. `
..24.5,56.1: measured terms in TSL eqns not singular - why should they be*
VARTY, R.L.; CURRIE, I.G.*
Measurements near a laminar separation point*
J. Fluid Mech. 138, 1*
1984. `
..24.2,53.0: BL and near-invisc. cores at hi Re*
FASEL, H.; BOOZ, O.*
Numerical investigation of supercritical Taylor vortex flow for a wide gap*
J. Fluid Mech. 138, 21*
1984. `
..62.0:lots of data but still incomplete map*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.; RODI, W.*
Experimental investigation of jets in a crossflow*
J. Fluid Mech. 138, 93*
1984. `
..12.2: simply no reason why different shear free flows should correspond*
HUNT, J.C.R.*
Turbulence structure in thermal convection and shear-free boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 138, 161*
1984. `
..42.3,06.0,17.1: tilting tube*
THORPE, S.A.*
A laboratory study of stratified accelerating shear flow over a rough boundary*
J. Fluid Mech. 138, 185*
1984. `
..24.4: expts with half freq 3D mod.*
KACHANOV, Y.S.; LEVCHENKO, V.Y.*
The resonant interaction of disturbances at laminar turbulent transition in a boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 138, 209*
1984. `
..24.4:3D hairpins develop from large 2D rolls in towing tank (lo turb)*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; DAVIS, S.H.; McMURRAY, J.T.; ORSZAG, S.A.*
On the stability of the decelerating laminar boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 138, 297*
1984. `
..24.1: summary - educed structures LESS organized if BL lam*
ZAMAN, K.B.M.Q.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Natural large scale structures in the axisymmetric mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 138, 325*
1984. `
..42.3: Ri tends to inviscid crit value*
CHU, V.H.; BADDOUR, R.E.*
Turbulent gravity stratified shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 138, 353*
1984. `
..24.1,22.1: spectrum changes below 100000*
LONG, D.F.; ARNDT, R.E.A.*
Jet noise at low Reynolds number*
AIAA J. 22, 187*
1984. `
..27.1,27.2: another Chen on p.301*
CHEN, Z.B.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Calculations of viscous transonic flow over airfoils*
AIAA J. 22, 201*
1984. `
..24.2: 2D eigenmode used*
CHEN, M.Z.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Calculation of three dimensional instability of a Blasius boundary layer*
AIAA J. 22, 301*
1984. `
..13.0: purely empirical Jones Launder like*
NAKAO, S.*
Contribution to the Reynolds stress model as applied to near wall region*
AIAA J. 22, 303*
1984. `
..45.0: cleans up upswept body*
ANON.*
Lockheed fits C-130 strakes*
Flight 25 Feb., p. 501 and Av. Wk. 20 Feb p. 41*
1984. `
..62.0,21.2,46.0: rect jet alone and near circular jet*
BAKER, J.N.*
The flow development in a shielding jet*
Aero. J. 88, 435*
1984. `
..21.1,18.1: very hot jet*
BICKNELL, G.V.*
A model for the surface brightness of a turbulent low Mach number jet. I and II*
Unpublished papers, Mt Stromlo and Siding Spring Obs. *
1984. `
..28.3:the pervert likes the Corvus Concept*
POURNELLE, J.*
User's column - New machines, networks and sundry software*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 3, p. 47*
1984. `
..28.3: several articles on simulation*
BRONSON, R.*
Computer simulation - what it is and how it's done*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 3, p. 95*
1984. `
..28.3: CP/M 68K - 8995 dollars*
TEJA, E.*
Compupro's System 816C and System 68K - the two and only*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 3, p. 214*
1984. `
..28.3:80186, 768K - non standard exp. slots, but leapfrogs IBM PC*
MALLOY, R.*
The Tandy TRS-80 Model 2000 - a poweful new MS-DOS machine*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 3, p. 306*
1984. `
..28.3: refers to UNIX and multitasking MS-DOS 3*
ANON.*
Personal computers - an overview*
Electronic Design 32, 4, 179, 23 Feb.*
1984. `
..17.1,17.2:mainly moving controls*
MABEY, D.G.*
A review of some recent research on time dependent aerodynamics*
Aero. J. 88, 23*
1984. `
..28.3:Beeb - awful NOISE- need to average*
BEVERLEY, P.*
How to get full 12-bit value from your ADC*
Acorn User No. 20, p.115, March.*
1984. `
..24.2,01.1: spanwise - calcs.*
DOLIGALSKI, T.L.; WALKER, J.D.A.*
The boundary layer induced by a convected two dimensional vortex*
J. Fluid Mech. 139, 1*
1984. `
..24.1:detailed discussion of vortex and braid models*
CORCOS, G.M.; SHERMAN, F.S.*
The mixing layer - deterministic models of a turbulent flow. Part 1. Introduction*
J. Fluid Mech. 139, 29*
1984. `
..24.1:detailed discussion of vortex and braid models*
CORCOS, G.M.; LIN, S.J.*
The mixing layer - deterministic models of a turbulent flow. Part 2. The origin of the three dimensional motion*
J. Fluid Mech. 139, 67*
1984. `
..11.1,13.0: latest ARAP model*
SYKES, R.I.; LEWELLEN, W.S.; PARKER, S.F.*
A turbulent transport model for concentration models and fluxes*
J. Fluid Mech. 139, 193*
1984. `
..05.0: latest*
ALFREDSSON, P.H.; JOHANSSON, A.V.*
On the detection of turbulence generating events*
J. Fluid Mech. 139, 325*
1984. `
..48.0,51.0: just so*
WOOD, D.H.; BRADSHAW, P.*
A turbulent boundary layer constrained by a solid surface. Part 2. Measurements in the wall-bounded flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 139, 347*
1984. `
..59.0: usual body in tube*
TAYLOR, A.M.K.P.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Velocity characteristics in the turbulent near wakes of confined axisymmetric bluff bodies*
J. Fluid Mech. 139, 391*
1984. `
..29.6,59.0:the Kraken's wake*
ILEGBUSI, J.O.; SPALDING, D.B.*
A steady unsteady visualization technique for wake flow studies*
J. Fluid Mech. 139, 435*
1984. `
..28.2:pricing in dollars - could be units. Takes account of social cost*
GALE, W.A.; KOENKER, R.*
Pricing interactive computer services*
Comp. J. 27, 8*
1984. `
..22.2:light hearted*
MANSFIELD, P.*
Murphy's law and its application to instrumentation*
Transducer Tech. vol. 7, no. 2, p. 10, March*
1984. `
..28.1:Feynman diagram of economy*
WESTCOTT, J.H.*
Control engineering and economic modelling - a collaboration aimed at improving control of the economy*
Electronics and Power 30, 129*
1984. `
..05.0:usual multi hairpins - impressive flow viz.*
SMITH, C.R.*
A synthesized model of the near wall behavior in boundary layers*
Proc. 8th Symposium on Turbulence, Rolla.*
1984. `
..07.0:arbitrary intermittency factor for transn.*
CHUE, S.H.*
A pipe skin friction law of universal applicability*
Proc. Inst. Civ. Engrs. 77, 43*
1984. `
..31.1: higher order moments asumed Gaussian - following Hoffmeister*
KITZING, H.; SAMMLER, B.*
Analysis of hot wire measurements in high turbulent three dimensional flows*
DISA Info. no. 29, p.14*
1984. `
..31.2: 15 percent drop off in temp. response*
PARANTHOEN, P.; LECORDIER, J.C.; PETIT, C.*
Test of the P31 DISA probes*
DISA Info. no. 29, p. 27*
1984. `
..24.5: More MRS - two types of stagn with different saddle pt angle*
O'BRIEN, V.*
Two types of in-stream stagnation*
AIAA J. 22, 337*
1984. `
..25.10,25.3: twiddle source terms*
SHIEH, C.F.*
Three dimensional grid generation using elliptic equations with direct grid distribution control*
AIAA J. 22, 361*
1984. `
..26.2,25.10: fully 3D*
RAJ, P.*
A multi grid method for transonic wing analysis and design*
J. Aircraft 21, 143*
1984. `
..28.3:set of articles on interfacing*
SMARTE, G.*
The world of micros*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 4, p. 93*
1984. `
..28.3:set of articles on Basic*
VOSE, G.M.*
Is Basic getting better?*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 4, p. 298*
1984. `
..29.6:several laser based techniques*
LAUTERBORN, W.; VOGEL, A.*
Modern optical techniques in fluid mechanics*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 16, 223*
1984. `
..59.2,27.1: genuine emphasis on design methods - mentions Pearcey, Whitcomb*
SOBIECZKY, H.; SEEBASS, A.R.*
Supercritical airfoil and wing design*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 16, 337*
1984. `
..25.5,13.0: impressive student project summaries - ASM bum for swirl*
LAUNDER, B.E.; LESCHZINER, M.A.; BETTS, P.L.*
Computational fluid dynamics colloquium, 10th April 1984*
UMIST report*
1984. `
..59.0:large separated regions - LDV tracker in water*
BUCKLES, J.; HANRATTY, T.J.; ADRIAN, R.J.*
Turbulent flow over large amplitude wavy surfaces*
J. Fluid Mech. 140, 27*
1984. `
..19.0,13.0: eddy vis. like 2-pt closure*
DOMARADZKI, J.A.; MELLOR, G.L.*
A simple turbulence closure hypothesis for the triple velocity correlation functions in homogeneous isotropic turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 140, 45*
1984. `
..19.3,21.2: higher order moments diverge from log normal expectation*
ANSELMET, F.; GAGNE, Y.; HOPFINGER, E.J.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
High order velocity structure functions in turbulence shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 140, 63*
1984. `
..16.1,06.1: review - ASM "realistic"*
DEMUREN, A.O.; RODI, W.*
Calculation of turbulence driven secondary motion in non circular ducts*
J. Fluid Mech. 140, 189*
1984. `
..20.0,01.2: more based on thesis*
FABRIS, G.*
A conditional sampling study of two turbulent wakes*
J. Fluid Mech. 140, 355*
1984. `
..54.0,62.0:to be NASA CR - LDV, no uv*
SO, R.M.C.; AHMED, S.A.; MONGIA, H.C.*
An experimental investigation of gas jets in confined swirling air flow*
Mech. and Aerosp. Engg Dept, Arizona State U.*
1984. `
..45.0: vortex street or tunnel unsteadiness*
ROOD, E.P.*
Experimental investigation of the turbulent large scale temporal flow in the wing body junction*
PhD thesis, Catholic Univ. of America*
1984. `
..28.3:useful 3 page intro*
MILLER, P.; WATSON, J.A.*
The power and the portability - evaluating the C programming language*
Electronics vol. 57, no. 8, p. 152, 19 April*
1984. `
..28.3: not seen April 84*
SAMS, H.W.*
C Primer Plus and Unix Primer Plus*
H.W. Sams and Co.*
1984. `
..62.0:free stream has little effect on vortices*
SMITH, D.J.; HUGHES, T.*
The flow from notched nozzles in the presence of a free stream*
Aero. J. 88, 77*
1984. `
..30.3:designed to Mehta, B and P rules - OK, 0.03 percent turb.*
BARRETT, R.V.*
Design and performance of a new low turbulence wind tunnel at Bristol University*
Aero. J. 88, 86*
1984. `
..59.2:Boeing - lifting surface / vortex sing. method plus empirics*
MURILLO, L.E.; McMASTERS, H.J.*
A method for predicting low speed aerodynamic characteristics of transport aircraft*
J. Aircraft 21, 168*
1984. `
..32.0: est est est*
JOHNSON, D.A.; MODARRESS, D.; OWEN, F.K.*
An experimental verification of laser velocimeter sampling bias and its correction*
J. Fluids Engg 106, 5*
1984. `
..29.6,61.0:driven cavity - even lam. flow can have T-G vortices in corners*
KOSEFF, J.R.; STREET, R.L.*
Visualization studies of a shear driven three dimensional recirculating flow*
J. Fluids Engg 106, 21*
1984. `
..06.0: higher effective k, etc*
COLEMAN, H.W.; HODGE, B.K.; TAYLOR, R.P.*
A re-evaluation of Schlichting's surface roughness experiment*
J. Fluids Engg 106, 60*
1984. `
..29.6,61.0:nice flow viz of sphere vortex street*
MODI, V.J.; AKUTSU, T.*
Wall confinement effects for spheres in the Reynolds number range of 30 - 2000*
J. Fluids Engg 106, 66*
1984. `
..27.1: thesis stuff*
STRAWN, R.C.; FERZIGER, J.H.; KLINE, S.J.*
A new technique for computing viscous inviscid interactions in internal flows*
J. Fluids Engg 106, 79*
1984. `
..13.0: mentions Libby's work*
KOLLMANN, W.*
Prediction of the intermittency factor for turbulent shear flows*
AIAA J. 22, 486*
1984. `
..29.6: two meas for vector - mentions Tanner this time*
MONSON, D.J.*
A laser interferometer for measuring skin friction in three dimensional flows*
AIAA J. 22, 557*
1984. `
..31.2:Wyngaard like, based on real T flucs and on elec heating*
LECORDIER, J.C.; DUPONT, A.; GAJAN, P.; PARANTHOEN, P.*
Correction of temperature fluctuation measurements using cold wires*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 17, 307*
1984. `
..28.3: questions and answers*
CHU, W,; GORDON, M.*
NAPLPS - a standard for drawing and sending pictures*
Computer Design vol. 23, no. 4, p. 53*
1984. `
..28.3: and various other mentions*
BOND, J.*
UNIX - ubiquitous but not yet uniform*
Computer Design vol. 23, no. 4, p. 48*
1984. `
..28.3: cache memory - special system*
CHANEY, R.; JOHNSON, B.*
Maximizing hard disk performance*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 5, p. 307*
1984. `
..28.3: Tecmar lab master board*
GATES, S.C.*
Laboratory data collection with an IBM PC*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 5, p. 366*
1984. `
..59.0: pulsed wall probe - big initial BL effects*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; JOHNSTON, J.P.; EATON, J.K.*
Experimental study of flow reattachment in a single sided sudden expansion*
NASA CR 3765, Stanford Thermosci. rept MD-41*
1984. `
..28.3:no real discussion of different flavours*
KERNIGHAN, B.W.; PIKE, R.*
The UNIX programming environment*
Prentice Hall*
1984. `
..42.0,01.2: burn a balloon at t=0*
BATT, R.G.; BIGONI, R.A.; ROWLAND, D.J.*
Temperature field structure within atmospheric buoyant thermals*
J. Fluid Mech. 141, 1*
1984. `
..11.3,19.3,24.1:calcs show enstrophic vortex pairing*
HOLLOWAY, G.; KRISTMANNSSON, S.S.*
Stirring and transport of tracer fields by geostrophic turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 141, 27*
1984. `
..24.2,54.1:Tempe work*
NEITZEL, G.P.*
Numerical computation of time dependent Taylor vortex flows in finite length geometries*
J. Fluid Mech. 141, 51*
1984. `
..24.1:longitudinal vortex lines pair*
LIN, S.J.; CORCOS, G.M.*
The mixing layer - deterministic models of a turbulent flow. Part 3. The effect of plane strain on the dynamics of streamwise vortices*
J. Fluid Mech. 141, 139*
1984. `
..24.4,24.1: jets and wakes of smoke*
PERRY, A.E.; TAN, D.K.M.*
Simple three dimensional vortex motions*
J. Fluid Mech. 141, 197*
1984. `
..28.3:how to read disc sectors, inc. directory*
HILL, G.*
OSWORD at your command*
Acorn User May, p. 87*
1984. `
..54.0,27.3: also AGARD CP-342 and RAE rept*
SMITH, J.H.B.*
Theoretical modelling of three dimensional vortex flows in aerodynamics*
Aero. J. 88, 101*
1984. `
..45.0,61.0: apparently small inlet asymmetry causes large swirl*
SEDDON, J.*
Understanding and countering the swirl in S-ducts - tests on the sensitivity of swirl to fences*
Aero. J. 88, 117*
1984. `
..28.3:slightly out of date but useful for students*
CLULEY, J.C.*
Interfacing to microprocessors*
Macmillan *
1984. `
..53.0:addendum to thesis*
BASKARAN, V.; JOUBERT, P.N.*
Mean and turbulent flow data for a boundary layer over a two dimensional curved hill*
Melbourne Univ ME Dept Rept FM-16*
1984. `
..31.1,31.2:triple probe with not very cold wire parallel to one X wire*
BLAIR, M.F.; BENNETT, J.C.*
Hot wire measurements of velocity and temperature fluctuations in a heated boundary layer*
ASME paper 84-GT-234*
1984. `
..29.2:conventional 5 tube yawmeter*
SAMET, M.; EINAV, S.*
Directional pressure probe*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 55, 582*
1984. `
..31.1:neat calibration jet and computer program*
SKINNER, G.T.; RAE, W.J.*
Calibration of a three element hot wire anemometer*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 55, 578*
1984. `
..24.1,22.1: efficiency decreases as M increases*
HASAN, M.A.Z.; ISLAM, O.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Jet noise modification by the whistler nozzle*
AIAA J. 22, 340*
1984. `
..29.6: Schlieren - heat jet to ambient density for bigger drho/dy*
HSIA, Y.; BAGANOFF, D.; KROTHAPALLI, A.; KARAMCHETI, K.*
An enhanced flow visualization technique for planar free shear layers*
AIAA J. 22, 439*
1984. `
..54.0: words and the usual pictures*
SNOW, J.T.*
The tornado*
Sci. American 250, 4, 56*
1984. `
..31.1,28.3: state of the art stuff and HP9845*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; MEHTA, R.D.*
Crossed hot wire data acquisition and reduction system*
NASA TM 85871*
1984. `
..16.1:useful review - underestimates imbedded vortex problems*
CEBECI, T.*
Problems and opportunities with three dimensional boundary layers*
AGARD meeting, about May*
1984. `
..22.2: a bit higher level than Sci Prog.*
CASTRO, I.P.*
Modern developments in turbulence studies*
Phys. Technol. 15, 143*
1984. `
..60.0,31.2: chat about curv and dil*
HAYAKAWA, K.; SMITS, A.J.; BOGDONOFF, S.M.*
Hot-wire investigation of an unseparated shock wave / turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 22, 579*
1984. `
..09.2,32.1: big reduction in spread rate*
MODARRESS, D.; TAN, H.; ELGHOBASHI, S.*
Two-component LDA measurement in a two-phase turbulent jet*
AIAA J. 22, 624*
1984. `
..28.3: just so*
SOBELL, W.*
Practical guide to UNIX systems*
Ben. Cummings*
1984. `
..59.2,27.2: same as DFVLR FB 82-22*
JACOB, K.*
Computation of the flow around wings with rear separation*
J. Aircraft 21, 97*
1984. `
..17.1: UT/D .gt. 25, 8 percent amp.*
SHEMER, L.; KIT, E.*
An experimental investigation of the quasi steady turbulent pulsating flow in a pipe*
Phys. Fluids 27, 72*
1984. `
..21.3: Taylor's hyp more or less OK*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; BRITZ, D.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
A comparison of properties of temporal and spatial temperature increments in a turbulent plane jet*
Phys. Fluids 27, 87*
1984. `
..24.2,25.6: num. sim., 2D and 3D eigensolns to start*
BIRINGEN, S.; MAESTRELLO, L.*
Development of spot-like turbulence in plane channel flow*
Phys. Fluids 27, 318*
1984. `
..05.0,09.2:injected just in front of floating elt so not surprising*
MADAVAN, N.K.; DEUTSCH, S.; MARBLE, C.L.*
Reduction of turbulent skin friction by microbubbles*
Phys. Fluids 27, 356*
1984. `
..12.1: expts - Hunt, Britter, Bearman quoted*
HUOT, J.P.; REY,C.; ARBEY, H.*
Distortion of turbulence approaching a plate held normal to the flow*
Phys. Fluids 27, 541*
1984. `
..61.0: castellated in plan - complex recirc and reatt*
GAI, S.L.; SHARMA, S.D.*
Subsonic turbulent flow over a rearward facing segmented step*
Phys. Fluids 27, 544*
1984. `
..05.0,25.6: internal shear layers with large dudy form*
RUSSELL, J.M.; LANDAHL, M.T.*
The evolution of a flat eddy near a wall in an inviscid shear flow*
Phys. Fluids 27, 557*
1984. `
..23.0,25.6: R=5000, 32 cubed, not LES*
HANDLER, R.A.; ORSZAG, S.; ET AL.*
Calculation of the wall pressure field in a turbulent channel flow*
Phys. Fluids 27, 579*
1984. `
..24.1:double helices et al*
TAKAKI, R.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Dynamics of entangled vortex filaments*
Phys. Fluids 27, 761*
1984. `
..05.0:Skew and flat of u and dudt reduced in sublayer*
ELENA, M.*
Suction effects on turbulence statistics in a heated pipe flow*
Phys. Fluids 27, 861*
1984. `
..24.1:R=10000 - not all that far from self pres, no large corr. scales*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Azimuthal correlations of velocity and temperature fluctuations in an axisymm jet*
Phys. Fluids 27, 867*
1984. `
..05.0,42.1: Rough and shifting surface - spectra a bit low*
CHRISS, T.M.; CALDWELL, D.R.*
Turbulence spectra from the viscous sublayer and buffer layer at the ocean floor*
J. Fluid Mech. 142, 39*
1984. `
..31.1,05.0: at last - photo etching*
WILLMARTH, W.W.; SHARMA, L.K.*
Study of turbulent structure with hot wires smaller than the viscous length*
J. Fluid Mech. 142, 121*
1984. `
..24.1,30.2: yet another appearance*
OGUCHI, H.; INOUE, O.*
Mixing layer produced by a screen and its dependence on initial conditions*
J. Fluid Mech. 142, 217*
1984. `
..29.2: seems to have got all the dim. analysis wrong*
DUCRUET, C.; DYMENT, A.*
The pressure hole problem*
J. Fluid Mech. 142, 251*
1984. `
..09.5,44.1,06.0: surface waves - act as roughness*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.; RILEY, J.J.*
On the interaction of compliant coatings with boundary layer flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 140, 257*
1984. `
..24.4:spot development is affected by p.g.*
NARASIMHA, R.; DEVASIA, K.J.; GURURANI, G.; BADRINARAYANAN, M.A.*
Transitional intermittency in boundary layers subjected to pressure gradient*
Indian Inst. Sci. Rept 84FM2*
1984. `
..44.0,06.0:extensive turb meas - 10 X-film probes*
LIN, J.T.; GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
Turbulent current measurements in a wind wave tank*
J. Geophys. Res. 89C1, 627*
1984. `
..54.0,61.0,32.1: even vw looks OK - Younis evaln in Soton file*
SISLIAN, J.P.; CUSWORTH, R.A.*
Laser Doppler velocimetry measurements of mean velocity and turbulent stress tensor components in a free isothermal swirling jet*
UTIAS Toronto Rept 281*
1984. `
..11.4,05.0:deduced from Spalding vel and analogous T profiles - messy*
HAMMOND, G.P.*
Turbulent Prandtl number distribution within the constant stress/heat flux region*
Cranfield SME Rept 8401*
1984. `
..30.2:plastic screens wiggle less, sag and overshoot more*
MEHTA, R.D.*
Turbulent flow through screens*
AIAA-84-0538*
1984. `
..16.1:says Cousteix inverse greatly improves NLR calcs*
SMITH, P.D.*
Direct and inverse integral calculation methods for three dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
Aero. J. 88, 155*
1984. `
..47.0:mean flow and turb both scale on outer variables*
LUXTON, R.E.; BULL, M.K.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.*
The thick turbulent boundary layer on a long fine cylinder in axial flow*
Aero. J. 88, 186 - see also Adelaide TN 1/84*
1984. `
..61.0:as with cones, large changes - beware strip theory*
GASTER, M.; PONSFORD, P.J.*
The flow over tapered flat plates normal to the stream*
Aero. J. 88, 206*
1984. `
..27.1:GRUMMFOIL and simple Inger SWBL*
KHAN, M.M.S.; INGER, G.R.; LEKOUDIS, S.G.*
Computation of transonic flow around airfoils with trailing edge and shock boundary layer interactions*
J. Aircraft 21, 380*
1984. `
..59.2: classical Betz in terms of velocities only*
KOBAYASHI, S.*
Profile drag from laser doppler velocimeter measurement*
J. Aircraft 21, 444*
1984. `
..24.2.25.6: 3D NS soln with vibrating ribbon initial condns.*
WRAY, A.; HUSSAINI, M.Y.*
Numerical experiments in boundary layer stability*
Proc. Roy. Soc. A392, 373*
1984. `
..01.1,48.0:yet another version of the two wake expt*
FABRIS, G.*
A conditional sampling study of the interaction of two turbulent wakes*
J. Fluid Mech. 140, 355*
1984. `
..28.3: just so*
VOSE, G.M.*
Macintosh Pascal.*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 6, p. 136*
1984. `
..45.0: asymm. wing-bod. junction - two vortices gradually appear*
KORNILOV, V.I.; KHARITONOV, A.M.*
Investigation of the structure of turbulent flows in streamwise asymmetric corners*
Experiments in Fluids 2, 205*
1984. `
..45.0,59.2: corners loom large in pylon configs.*
HARRIS, A.E.; PALIWAL, K.C.*
Civil Turbofan propulsion system integration studies using powered testing techniques*
ARA Memo 246*
1984. `
..25.6: recovers Smago.eddy vis. at high Re*
YAKHOT, V.; ORSZAG, S.A.; PELZ, R.B.*
Renormalization group-based subgrid scale turbulence closures*
Paper presented at Paris CFD meeting.*
1984. `
..28.1,28.3:NAS is bus micro running UNIX*
BALLHAUS, W.F.*
Computational aerodynamics and supercomputers*
NASA-TM-85887, N84-16139*
1984. `
..22.2: intermittent excellence - speaks well of IISc and some IITs*
MADDOX, J.*
Excellence in the midst of poverty - science in India*
Nature 308, 581*
1984. `
..31.1:calcs - see also Adrian et al J. Phys. E. 17, 62, 1984*
MERATI, P.; ADRIAN, R.J.*
Directional sensitivity of single and multiple sensor probes*
TSI Quart. vol. 10, no. 2, p. 3*
1984. `
..11.1: for solids, which are harder than liquids to explain*
MADDOX, J.*
Fourier's law obeyed - official*
Nature 309, 511, 7 June*
1984. `
..12.2:loose but fair analogy with breakdown of determinism in transition*
SAPERSTEIN, A.M.*
Chaos - a model for the outbreak of war*
Nature 309, 303, 30 May*
1984. `
..19.3,25.6: assumes spectral gap - but no worse than LES concept*
TSUGI, S.*
Separability into coherent and chaotic time dependences of turbulent fluctuations*
Phys. Fluids 27, 1370*
1984. `
..28.3:68000 system*
BARRY, S.H.; JACOBSON, R.*
Xenix for the IBM PC XT*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 7, p. 255*
1984. `
..45.0,27.1: vortex just outside ML - no real interaction*
MEHTA, R.D.*
An experimental study of a vortex / mixing layer interaction*
AIAA-84-1543*
1984. `
..29.5:new analytic fit to P-tube cal - from liquid sealed floating elt*
ZURFLUH, U.E.*
Experimental determination of surface shear stress in turbulent boundary layers*
Diss. ETH No. 7528, see Hirt no. 7531*
1984. `
..29.5: pos. or neg. P-tube errors in non eqm flows*
HIRT, F.*
Readings of a Preston tube in a pressure gradient*
Diss. ETH No. 7531, see Zurfluh no. 7528*
1984. `
..62.0:finite isolated wing - no ground effect*
SCHETZ, J.A.; JAKUBOWSKI, A.K.; AOYAGI, K.*
Surface pressures on a flat plate with dual jet configurations*
J. Aircraft 21, 484*
1984. `
..29.5: cavity below fibre film - surely recirc ruins freq response*
HOUDEVILLE, H.; JUILLEN, J.C.; COUSTEIX, J.*
Skin friction measurement using hot element gauges*
Rech. Aero. 1984 no. 1, p. 67*
1984. `
..27.2,17.1:defect formulation, integral method relates Ue and Ve*
LE BALLEUR, J.C.; GIRODROUX-LAVIGNE, P.*
A semi implicit and unsteady numerical method of viscous inviscid interaction for transonic separated flows*
Rech. Aero. 1984 no. 1, p. 15*
1984. `
..28.3:6502 writ large*
HENDRIX, S.P.*
The 65816 microprocessor, Part 1 - software*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 8, p. 125*
1984. `
..28.3:not much info about UNIX as such*
HINNANT, D.F.*
Benchmarking UNIX systems*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 8, p. 132*
1984. `
..28.3:one of a set*
WIRTH, N.*
History and goals of Modula-2*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 8, p. 145*
1984. `
..25.7:Euler for inviscid vortices*
RIZZI, A.*
Computer simulation of non-potential flows around wings*
Aero. J. 88, 238*
1984. `
..61.0,11.3: naphthalene cyl. - erosion by root counter vortex*
GOLDSTEIN, R.J.; KAMI, J.*
The effect of wall boundary layer on local mass transfer from a cylinder in crossflow*
J. Heat Transf. 106, 260*
1984. `
..50.0,11.3: Hillier expt - see also p. 276*
McCORMICK, D.C.; TEST, F.L.; LESSMANN, R.C.*
The effect of free stream turbulence on heat transfer from a rectangular prism*
J. Heat Transf. 106, 268*
1984. `
..42.3,11.3: 1m cube water room - LDV and interferograms*
HESS, C.F.; HENZE, R.H.*
Experimental investigation of natural convection losses from open cavities*
J. Heat Transf. 106, 333*
1984. `
..24.4,17.1,59.2: modulates Kutta - perhaps vortex rolls?*
MABEY, D.G.; ASHILL, P.R.*
On aeroelastic oscillations associated with transitional boundary layers*
RAE TM Aero 1995*
1984. `
..28.2:woolly but interesting - see also Knowledge-based systems, 1985*
MEHTA, U.B.; KUTLER, P.*
Computational aerodynamics and artificial intelligence*
NASA TM 85994*
1984. `
..25.10: test function and interpolation function approaches*
HUMPHREYS, D.A.*
Discretization formulae on an arbitrary grid*
FFA Memo 127*
1984. `
..24.4,24.8:cp max far aft - Re of 3.6E7 for 25C*
LAUCHLE, G.C.; GURNEY, G.B.*
Laminar boundary layer transition on a heated underwater body*
J. Fluid Mech. 144, 79*
1984. `
..25.5,27.3: rot and non rot decomposition*
BRILEY, W.R.; McDONALD, H.*
Three dimensional viscous flows with large secondary velocity*
J. Fluid Mech. 144, 47*
1984. `
..24.4,06.1: delayed - roughness effects discussed*
HANSEN, R.J.; HOYT, J.G.*
Laminar to turbulent transition on a body of revolution with an extended favorable pressure gradient*
J. Fluids Engg 106, 202*
1984. `
..28.3:table of features from CP/M to UNIX*
HINDIN, H.J.*
Micro operating systems yield mixed blessings*
Computer Design vol. 23, no. 8, p. 151*
1984. `
..28.2,25.6:inc. Ferziger on complete sim of homo turb*
GARY, J.P. (Ed.) *
Cyber 200 applications seminar*
NASA-CP-2295, N84-20208*
1984. `
..05.0,25.6:more VITA of LES - longl vortex pairs*
KIM, J.*
Turbulence structures associated with the bursting event*
NASA-TM-85944, N84-21831*
1984. `
..59.3,20.0: like Andreopoulos but full width heating on one side*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.*
Study of large scale mixing in developing wakes behind streamlined bodies*
Iowa Univ. final rept, NASA-CR-173478, N84-21517*
1984. `
..24.7,25.3,05.0: perturbed spanwise vortices form horsehoes*
KUWABARA, S.*
Numerical analysis of the burst in the turbulent boundary layer, based on the three dimensional vortex model*
Tokyo Inst. of Space and Aero. Sci. Rept S.P.2*
1984. `
..13.0,14.0,15.0:useful modelling review*
MARKATOS, N.C.*
Computer simulation techniques for turbulent flows*
Encycl. of Fluid Mech, (N.P. Cheremisinoff, Ed.) vol. 6, p. 1221, Gulf 1987*
1984. `
..27.2:bubble and SWBL - see AIAA-84-1613*
CARTER, J.E.; EDWARDS, D.E.; DAVIS, R.L.*
Analysis of strongly interacting viscous inviscid flows including separation*
Ninth Int Conf on Num Methods, Saclay*
1984. `
..27.2:uses upwind difference and global VI iteratiion - FLARE almost same*
DAVIS, R.L.; CARTER, J.E.*
Analysis of airfoil transitional separation bubbles*
AIAA-84-1613*
1984. `
..12.2:Taylor-Green like, and strange attractors*
DEISSLER, R.G.*
Turbulent solutions of the equations of motion*
Rev. Modern Phys. 56, 223*
1984. `
..25.7,25.5:Steger Pulliam implicit - large entropy, and trouble near sepn*
McDONALD, M.A.*
Experiences in the calculation of transonic flow over aerofoils, using an implicit code for the Euler and Reynolds-averaged Navier Stokes equations*
RAE TM Aero 1986*
1984. `
..45.0,59.2:flow viz and forces in Langley 30x60*
GRAFTON, S.B.*
Low speed wind tunnel study of the high angle of attack stability and control characteristics of a cranked arrow wing fighter configuration*
NASA TM 85776*
1984. `
..50.0,11.3: eddy diff. theory - cf and HT increase with FST*
GORLA, R.S.R.*
Effects of unsteady free stream velocity and free stream turbulence on stagnation point heat transfer*
NASA CR 3804*
1984. `
..28.3:commercial for 80286, but see 16032 knocking copy elsewhere in issue*
WELLS, P.*
Microprocessor design supports multitasking*
Computer Design vol. 23, no. 6, p. 187*
1984. `
..25.1,28.3:good intro and incredibly realistic mountains*
SORENSEN, P.R.*
Fractals*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 10, p. 157*
1984. `
..28.3: 8086 assy language animation program*
NEWTON, M.*
Real time 3D graphics for microcomputers*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 10, p. 251*
1984. `
..28.3:general review of boards for IBM PC plus new hi-res principle*
TAZELAAR, J.M.*
From pixels to microdots*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 10, p. 289*
1984. `
..62.0:very rapid decay near nozzle - gross swirl in entrainment flow?*
SO, R.M.C.; AHMED, S.A.*
Characteristics of confined turbulent gas jets*
Mech and Aero Dept, Arizona State U. Rept.*
1984. `
..24.2,24.4:lectures by Arnal, Herbert, Mack, Morkovin, Poll, Reshotko*
AGARD*
Special course on stability and transition of laminar flow*
AGARD Rept. 709*
1984. `
..23.0: 8 pages, refs - no graphs*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
An experimental study of the properties of surface pressure fluctuations in strong adverse pressure gradient*
NASA-CR-175410*
1984. `
..45.0,59.2:Wright Bros lecture*
POLHAMUS, E.C.*
Applying slender wing benefits to military aircraft*
J. Aircraft 21, 545*
1984. `
..01.1,05.0: summary - incoming vortex ring typical eddies trigger ejections*
FALCO, R.E.*
Recent progress in understanding the turbulence production process*
Michigan State U. Rept TSL-84-1*
1984. `
..18.1:dear dead days should be recalled*
ANDERSON, J.D.*
A survey of modern research in hypersonic aerodynamics*
AIAA-84-1578*
1984. `
..27.3,25.5:upwind control vols - see 85-GT-65*
MOORE, J.G.; MOORE, J.*
Calculation of horseshoe vortex flow without numerical mixing*
ASME 84-GT-241*
1984. `
..45.0,44.2:Rankine body - Shabaka like but little HWA stuff*
MOORE, J.; FORLINI, T.J.*
A horseshoe vortex in a duct*
J. Engg Gas Turb. and Power 106, 668*
1984. `
..44.2,45.0:l.e. shape doesn't affect losses or horseshoe vortex much*
MOORE, J.; RANSMAYR, A.*
Flow in a turbine cascade, part 1 - losses and leading edge effects*
J. Engg Gas Turb. and Power 106, 400*
1984. `
..44.2,45.0: measures gas conc within layer*
MOORE, J.; SMITH, B.L.*
Flow in a turbine cascade, part 2 - Measurement of flow trajectories by ethylene detection*
J. Engg Gas Turb. and Power 106,xxx - 83-GT-69*
1984. `
..28.3: 80286 switches tasks in 21 usec - 80386 to be compat*
CHILDS, R.E.; CRAWFORD, J.; HOUSE, D.L.; NOYCE, R.N.*
A processor family for personal computers*
Proc. IEEE, 72, 363*
1984. `
..22.2,25.2: a bit dry but useful for students - not much on PDEs*
NONWEILER, T.R.F.*
Computational Mathematics*
Ellis Horwood /Wiley*
1984. `
..28.1,28.3: issue-full*
KAY, A.*
Computer software*
Sci. American 251, no. 3, p. 40, Sept*
1984. `
..28.3:too specialized for the non-Epson beginner*
WOOD, M.B.*
Word processing on the BBC Micro - Wordwise and Epson*
National Computer Centre Publications*
1984. `
..30.2,61.0,45.0:SAE 1984*
HACKETT, J.E.; SUGAVANAM, A.*
Evaluation of a complete wake integral for the drag of a car-like shape*
Lockheed Georgia paper 840577*
1984. `
..59.0,31.1:step, LDV, PWA - out-Buchans Buchan*
ADAMS, E.W.; JOHNSTON, J.P.; EATON, J.K.*
Experiments on the structure of turbulent reattaching flow*
Stanford Univ. Thermosci. Div. MD-43*
1984. `
..25.6: frame indifference -vicisti, Galilaee, also JFM 156, 55, 1985*
SPEZIALE, C.G.*
Subgrid scale stress models for the large-eddy simulation of rotating turbulent flows*
Paper presented at 9th Rolla symposium*
1984. `
..61.0,45.0:low flying half bullet*
CHANTANA, V.*
Wakes of bodies near the ground*
MSc Project Rept, Imperial College*
1984. `
..29.6:useful intro - 40 refs*
MANNAN, Z.*
Flow visualization at low speeds*
MSc Essay, Imperial College*
1984. `
..45.0:good review, less good expts*
MANNAN, Z.*
Strake induced vortices over wings*
MSc Project Rept, Imperial College*
1984. `
..28.3:R/W soon, for computer graphics on PCs*
ROTHSCHILD, E.S.*
Optical memory - data storage by laser*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 11, p. 215*
1984. `
..28.3:Lifetree - for PC-DOS or MS-DOS*
LEHRMAN, S.R.*
Volkswriter deluxe*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 11, p. 263*
1984. `
..23.0:just intensity conv. vel. and spectra with probe mics*
SIMPSON, R.L.; GHODBANE, M.; McGRATH, B.E.*
An experimental study of surface pressure fluctuations in a separating turbulent boundary layer*
VPI Tech Rept on Langley grant NAG-317*
1984. `
..12.2:dubious local eqm.*
CANUTO, V.M.; GOLDMAN, I.*
An analytical model for large scale turbulence*
Goddard Space Flight Center paper for Phys. Rev. Letters*
1984. `
..24.2:continuation of IC work*
TANG, Y.P.; CHEN, M.Z.*
On the three-dimensional instability modes in a boundary layer*
Jet Propulsion Department, Beijing Inst. of Aero. and Astro. paper*
1984. `
..27.1,25.2:good general chat*
MIRANDA, L.R.*
Application of computational aerodynamics to airplane design*
J. Aircraft 21, 355*
1984. `
..62.0:water tunnel flow viz*
AMIN, N.F.; RICHARDS, C.J.*
Thrust reverser exhaust plume reingestion model tests*
J. Aircraft 21, 401*
1984. `
..30.2:preferably top and bottom*
SCHAIRER, E.T.*
Two-dimensional wind-tunnel interference from measurements on two contours*
J. Aircraft 21, 414*
1984. `
..27.1,25.4:box with crude upwinding - assumes x and z-wise displacement thickness*
RADWAN, S.F.; LEKOUDIS, S.G.*
Boundary layer calculations in the inverse mode for incompressible flows over infinite swept wings*
AIAA J. 22, 737*
1984. `
..01.1,24.4:new data and review. UT/delta about 3 - dubious relation to transition*
FLEISCHMANN, S.T.; WALLACE, J.M.*
Mean streamwise spacing of organized structures in transitional and developed boundary layers*
AIAA J. 22, 766*
1984. `
..26.2:discusses total p. loss, vorticity, entropy*
KLOPFER, G.H.; NIXON, D.*
Nonisentropic potential formulation for transonic flows*
AIAA J. 22, 770*
1984. `
..18.2,11.6:far from gradient diffusion*
BACK, L.H.; CUFFEL, R.F.; MASSIER, P.F.*
Flow and heat transfer measurements along a cooled supersonic diffuser*
AIAA J. 22, 777*
1984. `
..08.0:correlated on shifted log law, not bilog*
COLLIER, F.S.; SCHETZ, J.A.*
Injection into a turbulent boundary layer through different porous surfaces*
AIAA J. 22, 839*
1984. `
..07.0:Dean wake, better Spalding wall law*
LIAKOPOULOS, A.*
Explicit representations of the complete velocity profile in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 22, 844*
1984. `
..31.1:cautionary - Butler and Wagner reply*
BUTLER, T.L.; WAGNER, J.W.*
Reply by authors to J. Andreopoulos*
AIAA J. 22, 863*
1984. `
..25.4,28.2: good introductory review - Grumman*
BOPPE, W.*
Computational flow simulation - aerospace's CAE middleman*
Mech. Engg vol. 106, no. 8, p. 32*
1984. `
..28.3: one 32 bit wide path for data and address*
THEUS, J.; TAUB, M.; BALAKRISHNAN, R.V.*
Futurebus anticipates coming needs*
Electronics/July 12, p.108*
1984. `
..31.1: y-wise stem gives lower RUV*
KASSAB, S.Z.; DERKSEN, R.W.; AZAD, R.S.*
Remarks on stem configuration of x-array hot-wire probes*
Mech. Engg Dept., U. of Manitoba, to appear in DISA Info.*
1984. `
..17.2,29.6: better repro. in Amer. Scientist 72,242*
PALMER, M.; FREYMUTH, P.*
Analysis of vortex development from visualizations of accelerating flow around an airfoil, starting from rest*
AIAA-84-1568*
1984. `
..17.1,24.1: in aerofoil starting flow at high incidence*
FREYMUTH, P.; BANK, W.; PALMER, M.*
First experimental evidence of vortex splitting*
Phys. Fluids 27, 1045*
1984. `
..28.1,28.3: excellent review with special mention of Ada and C*
MORALEE, D.*
Programming languages - where next?*
Electronics and Power, May p. 400*
1984. `
..27.1,16.1: lag entrainment with crude crossflow profile parameters*
ARTHUR, M.T.*
A method for calculating subsonic and transonic flows over wings or wing-fuselage junctions*
RAE Tech. Memo Aero 1996*
1984. `
..27.1,25.5,47.2: finite analytic method*
CHEN, H.C.; PATEL, V.C.*
Calculation of stern flows by a time-marching solution of the partially-parabolic equations*
Presented at 15th ONR Symp. Hamburg*
1984. `
..14.0,25.4:very old hat - KW,SIMPLE*
ILEGBUSI, J.O.*
Numerical calculation of steady turbulent flows*
Eng. Analysis, 1,70*
1984. `
..31.1,28.3: Slaughterhouse array iteration*
PAULSEN, L.*
Calibration field technique to evaluate the signals of hot-wire probes*
Tech. Messen 51, 75*
1984. `
..28.2: general chat*
HOPCROFT, J.E.*
Turing machines*
Scientific American, vol.250, No.5, May, p. 70*
1984. `
..19.3,11.1: simple integrable vel. field can produce chaotic conc.*
AREF, H.*
Stirring by chaotic advection*
J. Fluid Mech. 143, 1*
1984. `
..56.0,29.6:pub. version of Marseille paper*
WEI, Q.D.; SATO, H.*
An experimental study of the mechanism of intermittent separation of a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 143, 153*
1984. `
..54.0,24.1: flattened vortex pair self-induces into omega shape cross section with two small cores*
NEU, J.C.*
The dynamics of stretched vortices*
J. Fluid Mech. 143, 253*
1984. `
..18.2,20.0: streamwise flat plate - vortex sheet at medium x*
JAYARAMANT, V.; ALZIARY DE ROQUEFORT, T.; BONNET, J.P.*
Structure of a high-Reynolds-number turbulent wake in supersonic flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 143, 277*
1984. `
..24.1,9.0: large Z-wise correlations even near reattachment*
TROUTT, T.R.; SCHEELKE, B.; NORMAN, T.R.*
Organised structure in a reattaching separated flow field*
J. Fluid Mech. 143, 413*
1984. `
..53.1: large (Taylor) vortices, plus small (Gortler!) vortices near concave surface*
BARCILON, A.; BRINDLEY, J.*
Organized structures in turbulent Taylor-Couette flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 143, 429*
1984. `
..24.1,59.0: really low freq.-spanwise scale about half reattachment length*
CHERRY, N.J.; HILLIER, R.; LATOUR, M.E.M.P.*
Unsteady measurements in a separated and reattaching flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 144, 13*
1984. `
..53.0: analyses Smith and Townsend data for phi.*
CLAUSSEN, M.*
Surface-layer similarity in turbulent circular Couette flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 144, 123*
1984. `
..27.3: only the lateral displacement effect*
SMITH, F.T.; GAJJAR, J.*
Flow past wing-body junctions*
J. Fluid Mech. 144, 191*
1984. `
..19.2: easily put off by buoyancy etc.*
GARGETT, A.E.; OSBORN, T.R.; NASMYTH, P.W.*
Local isotropy and the decay of turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 144, 231*
1984. `
..53.0: conditional averages with small axial bias flow*
TOWNSEND, A.A.*
Axisymmetric Couette flow at large Taylor numbers*
J. Fluid Mech. 144, 329*
1984. `
..11.3: superposable but correlated - Wood's argument?*
WARHAFT, Z.*
The interference of thermal fields from line sources in grid turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 144, 363*
1984. `
..49.0,50.0: increases pressure recovery*
HOFFMANN, J.A.; GONZALEZ, G.*
Effects of small-scale, high intensity inlet turbulence on flow in a two-dimensional diffuser*
J. Fluids Engg. 106, 121*
1984. `
..59.0,32.0: backstep in narrow duct*
STEVENSON, W.H.; THOMPSON, H.D.; CRAIG, R.R.*
Laser velocimeter measurements in highly turbulent recirculating flows*
J. Fluids Engg. 106, 173*
1984. `
..31.1: recommends 3-wire probe - see his Stanford work*
YAVUZKURT, S.*
A guide to uncertainty analysis of hot-wire data*
J. Fluids Engg. 106, 181*
1984. `
..24.1,21.2: correln meas. say its 3D*
OLER, J.W.; GOLDSCHMIDT, V.W.*
Coherent structures in the similarity region of two-dimensional turbulent jets*
J. Fluids Engg. 106, 187*
1984. `
..13.0,27.1,25.5: BL solution for sublayer coupled to elliptic outer solution*
IACOVIDES, H.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
PSL - An economical approach to the numerical analysis of near-wall, elliptic flow*
J. Fluids Engg. 106, 241*
1984. `
..43.0,06.0: he means it - larger roughness further upstream*
PANOFSKY, H.A.*
Vertical variation of roughness length at the Boulder Atmospheric Observatory*
Boundary-Layer Met. 28, 305*
1984. `
..19.2,43.1: for dissipation - from high order structure functions*
CHAMBERS, A.J.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Atmospheric estimates of power-law exponents mu and mu, theta*
Boundary-Layer Met. 28, 343*
1984. `
..56.0,24.5: sepn. angle 20-50 deg.*
HANCOCK, C.*
The angle of separation in Stokes flow near a sharp corner*
Q. J. Mech. Appl. Math. 37, 113*
1984. `
..3.1: guide for users*
LIGRANI, P.M.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Subminiature hot-wire sensor construction*
Naval Postgraduate School Rept.*
1984. `
..22.1,24.0: can't produce the observed polar - dips at 55 deg.*
SAKAO, F.*
On the role of large-scale, coherent structures (vortex rings) in the sound emission of jets*
Trans. Jap Soc. Aero. and Space Sci. 27, no. 75, p. 60*
1984. `
..29.6: just so - see NASA TP 2166*
HOWES, W.D.*
Rainbow Schlieren and its application*
Applied Optics 23, 2449*
1984. `
..09.3,57.0,53.0: effects of curvature change or LEBU*
HEFNER, J.N.; BUSHNELL, D.M.*
Turbulent boundary-layer relaxation with application to skin friction drag reduction*
AIAA J. 22, 871*
1984. `
..60.0: pub. version of AIAA-83-0299*
HAYAKAWA, K.; SMITS, A.J.; BOGDONOFF, S.M.*
Turbulence measurements in a compressible reattaching shear layer*
AIAA J. 22, 889*
1984. `
..13.0: prob. dist. transport eqn. needs no modelling of turb. transport terms*
POPE, S.B.*
Calculations of a plane turbulent jet*
AIAA J. 22, 896*
1984. `
..16.1,07.0: Mellor 3 layer - SWH rather hidden*
GOLDBERG, U.; RESHOTKO, E.*
Scaling and modelling of three-dimensional, pressure driven turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 22, 914*
1984. `
..14.0,15.0: not much good - see p.889 for why*
VISBAL, M.; KNIGHT, D.*
The Baldwin-Lomax turbulence model for two dimensional shock wave/boundary layer interactions*
AIAA J. 22, 921*
1984. `
..06.0: says data good - plot for B plus*
GRIGSON, C.W.B.*
Nikuradse's experiment*
AIAA J. 22, 999*
1984. `
..54.2,59.0: vortex shedding*
PATERSON, R.W.*
Experimental investigation of a simulated compressor airfoil trailing edge flowfield*
AIAA-84-0101*
1984. `
..26.2: time-dep. Now excellent near L.E.*
BRYANSTON, P.J.; DENTON, J.D.*
Comparison of measured and predicted transonic flow around an airfoil*
AIAA J. 22, 1025*
1984. `
..25.10,26.2: numerical evaluation of metrics*
FLORES, J.; HOLST, T.L.; KWAK, D.; BATISTE, D.M.*
A new consistent spatial differencing scheme for the transonic full-potential equation*
AIAA J. 22, 1027*
1984. `
..25.5,25.7: MacCormack plus implicit for sublayer*
KNIGHT, D.D.*
A hybrid explicit implicit numerical algorithm for the three dimensional compressible Navier Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 22, 1056*
1984. `
..25.2,25.5: for approx. factorization methods*
RAI, M.M.; CHAUSSEE, D.S.*
New implicit boundary procedures - theory and applications*
AIAA J. 22, 1094*
1984. `
..29.6: vidicon 4Kx4K, finite impulse response filters*
CORKE, T.C.*
Digital image filtering in visualized bondary layers*
AIAA J. 22, 1124*
1984. `
..46.0: inter-channel "instability" or just wandering*
HOOPER, J.D.; REHME, K.*
Large-scale structural effects in developed turbulent flow through closely space rod arrays*
J. Fluid Mech. 145, 305*
1984. `
..51.0,52.0,11.3: Re. An. factor affected by curvature*
DAKOS, T.; VERRIOPOULOS, C.A.; GIBSON, M.M.*
Turbulent flow with heat transfer in plane and curved wall jets*
J. Fluid Mech. 145, 339*
1984. `
..19.1: mandoline (Zither) vortex sheet - some mean shear effects*
ITSWEIRE, E.C.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
An experimental study of the response of nearly isotropic turbulence to a spectrally local disturbance*
J. Fluid Mech. 145, 423*
1984. `
..30.2: field Laplace solution - for NMI large tunnel*
DOWNIE, J.H.; JORDINSON, R.; BARNES, F.H.*
On the design of three-dimensional wind tunnel contractions*
Aero J. 88, 287*
1984. `
..04.0: intensities near wall vary the "wrong way" but not much*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.; DURST, F.; JOVANOVIC, J.; ZARIC, Z.*
Influence of Reynolds number on characteristics of turbulent wall boundary layers*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 7*
1984. `
..53.0: comparable with Muck*
GIBSON, M.M.; VERRIOPOULOS, C.A.; VLACHOS, N.S.*
Turbulent boundary layer on a mildly curved convex surface. Part 1 - Mean flow and turbulence measurements*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 17*
1984. `
..29.6,28.3: digitizing appears to be manual*
UTAMI, T.; UENO, T.*
Visualization and picture processing of turbulent flow*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 25*
1984. `
..31.1,31.2: yaw sensitivity non-lin and strong fn of M*
SMITS, A.J.; MUCK, K.C.*
Constant temperature hot wire anemometer practice in supersonic flows. Part II - the inclined wire*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 33*
1984. `
..31.1: boot-shaped trajectory*
THOMPSON, B.E.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Flying hot-wire anemometry*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 47*
1984. `
..53.0,11.3: larger changes in Pr,turb.*
GIBSON, M.M.; VERRIOPOULOS, C.A.*
Turbulent boundary layer on a mildly curved convex surface. Part 2 - Temperature field measurements*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 73*
1984. `
..29.2: apparently pub. version of a paper referrred to by Zilliac*
GERNER, A.A.; MAURER, C.L.; GALLINGTON, R.W.*
Non-nulling seven-hole probes for high angle flow measurement*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 93*
1984. `
..24.1: Re up to 30000*
DURAO, D.F.G.; PITA, G.*
Coherent structures in the near field of round jets*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 145*
1984. `
..29.3: coloured lights again*
SAVORY, E.; TOY, N.*
A technique for visualising the flow field associated with surface-mounted models*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 165*
1984. `
..29.6: two strobe slits, short or long*
HAMPSHIRE, R.G.*
Flow visualization with stroboscopic illumination to provide an unambiguous record of direction*
J. Phys. E. 17, 741*
1984. `
..31.2: external heating to check response*
DUPONT, A.; PARANTHOEN, P.; LECORDIER, J.C.; GAJAN, P.*
Influence of temperature on the frequency response of fine wire thermocouples over the range 300K - 800K in airflows*
J. Phys. E. 17, 808*
1984. `
..43.1,44.1: 8 min. period - nothing to do with crop*
MAITANI, T.; HIRAMATSU, Y.; SEO, T.*
Wave-like wind fluctuations observed in the stable surface layer over a plant canopy*
Boundary-Layer Met. 29, 273*
1984. `
..29.5,59.0:pulsed wall gauge - near wake mixing little changed by vortices*
HUNT, A.; CASTRO, I.P.*
Fluctuating surface shear stresses on bluff bodies*
J. Wind Engg Indust. Aero. 17, 133*
1984. `
..56.0: three cases, fenced and unfenced*
CUTLER, A.D.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Adverse pressure gradient and separating turbulent boundary layer flows - the effect of disequilibrium in initial conditions*
Ph. D. thesis and Thermosci. Divn., Stanford Rept MD-46*
1984. `
..45.0,59.2: helicopter relevance - loads plus flow viz.*
McALISTER, K.W.; TUNG, C.*
Interaction between an aerofoil and a streamwise vortex*
AIAA-84-1626*
1984. `
..25.6: two-dimensional simulation*
McWILLIAMS, J.C.*
The emergence of isolated coherent vortices in turbulent flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 146, 21*
1984. `
..24.2,25.6: complete 3D simulation*
MARCUS, P.S.*
Simulation of Taylor-Couette flow. Part 1. Numerical methods and comparison with experiment*
J. Fluid Mech. 146, 45*
1984. `
..24.2,27.1: uses triple deck ideas - critical layer and wall layer are viscous*
SMITH, F.T.; PAPAGEORGIOU, D.; ELLIOTT, J.W.*
An alternative approach to linear stability calculations at finite Reynolds number*
J. Fluid Mech. 146, 313*
1984. `
..50.0: improved Hancock/Blair fiddle factor*
CASTRO, I.P.*
Effects of free stream turbulence on low Reynolds number boundary layers*
J. Fluids Engg. 106, 298*
1984. `
..31.1: review, inc. 9-sensor probe for all 3 components*
WALLACE, J.M.*
The measurement of vorticity in turbulent flows*
9th Biennial Symposium on Turbulence Rolla - See Expts in Fluids 4, 61*
1984. `
..13.0,22.2: quotes "ox vs. bull" - chapter for Cheremisinoff*
MURPHY, J.D.*
Turbulence modeling*
NASA TM 85889, and Encycl. of Fluid Mech, (N.P. Cheremisinoff, Ed.) vol. 6, p. 1131, Gulf 1987*
1984. `
..62.0,50.0: "significant dynamic effect" of heating*
WARK, C.E.; FOSS, J.F.*
Free stream turbulence or density ratio effects on the interaction region of a jet in a cross flow*
N84-20546, in NASA CP2309 "Combustion Fundamentals" p. 163*
1984. `
..62.0: fountain growth rate double that of free jet but shear stress "same" - impossible*
GILBERT, B.L.*
An investigation of turbulence mechanisms in V/stol upwash flow fields*
Grumman Aerospace Corporation Report RE-688*
1984. `
..54.0: cores act as "fluid-mechanic waveguides" - argues that breakdown involves backflow*
LEIBOVICH, S.*
Vortex stability and breakdown - survey and extension*
AIAA J. 22, 1192*
1984. `
..59.2: fat Liebeck*
CALKINS, D.E.*
Two-dimensional hydrodynamic characteristics of a bluff symmetrical fairing section*
AIAA J. 22, 1216*
1984. `
..60.0: rather misc.*
ARDONCEAU, P.L.*
The structure of turbulence in a supersonic shock-wave/boundary- layer interaction*
AIAA J. 22, 1254*
1984. `
..29.5,05.0: wire near wall - zero crossings*
BADRINARAYANAN, M.A.; RAGHU, S.; PODDAR, K.*
Wall shear fluctuations in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 22, 1336*
1984. `
..24.2:linearized eqns in curvi coords*
EL-HADY, N.M.; VERMA, A.K.*
Gortler instability of compressible boundary layers*
AIAA. J. 22, 1354*
1984. `
..07.0: Townsend with eddy diffusivity - Akira N. not Akihiko*
NAKAYAMA, A.; KOYAMA, H.*
A wall law for turbulent boundary layers in adverse pressure gradients*
AIAA J. 22, 1386*
1984. `
..25.1,25.2:not as interesting as it sounds - MACSYMA*
ROACHE, P.J.; STEINBERG, S.*
Symbolic manipulation and computational fluid dynamics*
AIAA J. 22, 1390*
1984. `
..53.0,16.1: traditional curvature corrections*
GALMES, J.M.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Turbulence modeling for three-dimensional shear flows over curved rotating bodies*
AIAA J. 22, 1420*
1984. `
..48.0,12.2: final version - reprint says Proc. B*
WOOD, D.H.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
The potential flow bounded by a mixing layer and a solid surface*
Proc. Roy Soc. A395, 265*
1984. `
..45.0,59.2,16.2: forward sweep stalls outboard - also CoA Rept. 8421*
POLL, D.I.A.; QIU, C.H.*
Some effects of sweep direction and strakes for wings with sharp leading edges*
Aero J. 88, 337*
1984. `
..29.6: useful review*
BAXTER, D.R.J.*
Some methods of jet flow visualization and associated photographic techniques*
J. of Photo. Sci. 32, 189*
1984. `
..05.0,31.1: vorticity according to UV quadrant*
ECKELMANN, H.; KASTRINAKIS, E.G.; NYCHAS, S.G.*
Vorticity and velocity measurements in a fully developed turbulent channel flow*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.), Elsevier, p. 421*
1984. `
..25.4,13.0,14.0: Wilcox stabilization scheme - ASM better than k, eps.*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
A method to calculate general two-dimensional wall bounded viscous flows*
ARA Report no. 62*
1984. `
..25.4,13.0,14.0: examples - see Rept 62*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
Calculation of turbulent boundary layer flows developing into equilibrium*
ARA Memo 250*
1984. `
..25.6,24.2: coarse-grid disorder is a numerical phenomenon*
CURRY, J.H.; HERRING, J.R.; LONCARIC, J.; ORSZAG, S.A.*
Order and disorder in two and three-dimensional Benard convection*
J. Fluid Mech. 147, 1*
1984. `
..24.4: ribbon - streak wavelength set by duct irregularities?*
KOZLOV, V.V.; RAMAZANOV, M.P.*
Development of finite-amplitude disturbances in Poiseuille flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 147, 149*
1984. `
..24.1: harmonics*
LUCAS, M.; ROCKWELL, D.*
Self-excited jet - upstream modulation and multiple frequencies*
J. Fluid Mech. 147, 333*
1984. `
..54.0: significant stresses in core - but is it waving?*
PHILLIPS, W.R.C.; GRAHAM, J.A.H.*
Reynolds-stress measurements in a turbulent trailing vortex*
J. Fluid Mech. 147, 353*
1984. `
..62.1,14.0: mainly k, eps. calcs*
LOONEY, M.K.; WALSH, J.J.*
Mean-flow and turbulent characteristics of free and impinging jet flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 147, 397*
1984. `
..54.0: calcs - quite slow rollup*
STAUFENBIEL, R.W.*
Structure of lift-generated rolled-up vortices*
J. Aircraft 21, 737*
1984. `
..54.0: chat and calcs - just so*
HITZEL, S.M.; SCHMIDT, W.*
Slender wings with leading-edge vortex separation - a challenge for panel methods*
J. Aircraft 21, 751*
1984. `
..54.0: they bounce - calcs and refs. to expts.*
ATLAS, M.; WEIHS, D.*
Motion of aircraft trailing vortices near the ground*
J. Aircraft 21, 783*
1984. `
..21.2: circular with free stream - initial results*
TATAR, T.G.; STOCK, D.E.*
Measurements in a circular two-dimensional self-preserving turbulent jet*
Presented at Ninth Symposium on Turbulence, Rolla*
1984. `
..05.0,12.2: does not seem to realise the restrictions*
AZAD, R.S.; KASSAB, S.Z.*
Experimental assessment of 1/k special law in shear flow*
Dep. Mech. Eng. Univ. of Manitoba report*
1984. `
..30.2: just so*
KILGORE, R.A.; DRESS, D.A.*
The application of cryogenics to high Reynolds number testing in wind tunnels. Parts I and II*
Cryogenics 24, 395 and 484*
1984. `
..28.3:Microsoft and others perform noticeably poorly*
WHITNEY, C.A.*
Generating and testing pseudorandom numbers*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 11, p. 128*
1984. `
..25.5:including driven cavity calcs at Re 10000*
GHIA, K.N.; GHIA, U.*
Potential role of computer modeling in orifice research*
Workshop on fundamental research issues in orifice metering, 1983 - Gas Res. Inst. GRI-84/01 *
1984. `
..19.3: U^3/L independent of Re, of course, for Re, lambda > 50*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
On the scaling of the turbulent dissipation rate*
Phys. Fluids 27, 1048*
1984. `
..13.0:slight upgrade of Launder constants*
MORRIS, P.J.*
Modeling the pressure redistribution term*
Phys. Fluids 27, 1621*
1984. `
..01.1: see R and A, PF 23, 1101*
RAJAGOPALAN, S.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Conditional averages associated with the fine structure in a turbulent boundary layer*
Phys. Fluids 27, 1966*
1984. `
..05.0:part outer, part inner scale - Lplus 12 - 32, yplus = 10*
ALFREDSSON, P.H.; JOHANSSON, A.V.*
Time scales in turbulent channnel flow*
Phys. Fluids 27, 1476*
1984. `
..24.1: subharmonics, etc*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
The coupling between scales in shear flows*
Phys. Fluids 27, 2221*
1984. `
..19.0,24.1,54.0: phase portraits*
NEU, J.C.*
The dynamics of a columnar vortex in an imposed strain*
Phys. Fluids 27, 2397*
1984. `
..28.1: filter and FFT - oriented hardware*
HINDIN, H.J.*
Special report on digital signal processing*
Computer Design vol. 23, no. 12, p. 59*
1984. `
..09.3,09.5,05.0: riblets, LEBU, and polymers*
CHOI, K.S.*
A survey of the turbulent drag reduction using passive devices*
NMI Report R193*
1984. `
..9.2: M effect on Airbus above 0.11*
FIDDES, S.P.; KIRBY, D.A.; WOODWARD, D.S.; PECKHAM, D.H.*
Investigations into the effects of scale and compressibility on lift and drag in the RAE 5m pressurized low speed wind tunnel*
RAE Tech. Memo Aero 2006*
1984. `
..24.4: summary of IISc work*
NARASIMHA, R.; DEVASIA, K.J.; GURURANI, G.; BADRI NARAYANAN, M.A.*
Transitional intermittency in boundary layers subjected to presure gradient*
Exp. Fluids vol.348, p. 171*
1984. `
..28.3: not quite just so*
FREIBERGER, P.; SWAINE, M.*
Fire in the valley - the making of the personal computer*
Osborne/McGraw-Hill*
1984. `
..31.1,31.2: different - mainly supersonic*
SMITS, A.J.*
The static response of a bowed inclined hot wire*
Expts. in Fluids 2, 183*
1984. `
..45.0,4.0,59.2: lift, drag and water flow viz.*
McALISTER, K.W.; TUNG, C.*
Airfoil interaction with impinging vortex*
NASA-TP-2273*
1984. `
..31.1: just X+U - discusses effect of w*
LEGG, B.J.; COPPIN, P.A.; RAUPACH, M.R.*
A three-hot-wire anemometer for measuring two velocity components in high intensity turbulent boundary layer*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 17, 970*
1984. `
..59.2: blown blunt TES or small flaps*
ENGLAR, R.J.; HUSON, G.G.*
Development of advanced circulation control wing high-lift airfoils*
J. Aircraft 21, 476*
1984. `
..27.3,25.7: refs. to Euler inviscid with vortices*
ERIKSSON, L.E.; RIZZI, A.*
Computation of vortex flow around a canard/delta combination*
J. Aircraft 21, 858*
1984. `
..43.0: not seen*
PANOFSKY, H.A.; DUTTON, J.A.*
Atmospheric turbulence - models and methods for engineering applications*
Wiley*
1984. `
..25.10: review - 209 refs.*
THOMPSON, J.F.*
Grid generation techniques in computational fluid dynamics*
AIAA J. 22, 1505*
1984. `
..24.2,53.0: just so*
FLORYAN, J.M.; SARIC, W.S.*
Wavelength selection and growth of Gortler vortices*
AIAA J. 22, 1529*
1984. `
..24.1: about 4 to 1 change for 40 to 1 density change*
BOGDANOFF, D.W.*
Interferometric measurement of heterogeneous shear-layer spreading rates*
AIAA J. 22, 1550*
1984. `
..25.5,25.: locally one-D MacCormack - horseshoe vortices in wing-body junction*
HUNG, C.M.; KORDULLA, W.*
A time-split finite-volume algorithm for three-dimensional flowfield simulation*
AIAA J. 22, 1564*
1984. `
..29.6,25.5: vast effects of ribs on downstream side of cavity*
KENN, M.J.*
Flow visualization aids cavitation studies*
IAHR Symposium on Scale Effects, Esslingen*
1984. `
..45.0: mean flow and axial intensity with LDV*
TAYLOR, A.M.K.P.; WHITELAW, J.H.; YIANNESKIS, M.*
Developing flow in S-shaped ducts II - circular cross-section duct*
NASA CR 3759*
1984. `
..30.2: kinky, due to upper and lower crossflow*
NEWMAN, P.A.; ANDERSON, E.C.; PETERSON, J.B.*
Aerodynamic design of the contoured wind-tunnel liner for the NASA supercritical, laminar flow control, swept wing experiment*
NASA TP 2335*
1984. `
..30.3: same turbulence as in 1941*
McGHEE, R.J.; BEASLEY, W.D.; FOSTER, J.M.*
Recent modifications and calibration of the Langley low-turbulence pressure tunnel*
NASA TP 2328*
1984. `
..25.2: connected with critical points, FB 84-36*
PERRY, A.E.*
A series expansion study of the Navier-Stokes equations*
DFVLR-FB 84-34*
1984. `
..25.1,12.2: stable and unstable regions of phase plane - see FB 84-34*
PERRY, A.E.*
A study of degenerate and nondegenerate critical points in three-dimensional flow*
DFVLR-FB 84-36*
1984. `
..32.1: results and comparisons for jets - not much on equipment*
CATALANO, G.D.*
Application of photon corelation to turbulent fluid mechanics*
AIAA J. 22, 1692*
1984. `
..25.7: just so*
RIZZI, A.; ERIKSSON, L.E.*
Computation of flow around wings based on the Euler equations*
J. Fluid Mech. 148, 45*
1984. `
..23.0,24.1: calcs, expts and review of expts. Turb-turb spectrum not zero at zero k*
GEORGE, W.K.; BEUTHER, P.D.; ARNDT, R.E.A.*
Pressure spectra in turbulent free shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 148, 155*
1984. `
..24.4: horseshoe vortices*
ITSWEIRE, E.C.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
An experimental investigation of coherent substructures associated with turbulent spots in a laminar boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 148, 319*
1984. `
..24.1,11.6: H and F - coherent structures have uniform T*
MUNGAL, M.G.; DIMOTAKIS, P.E.*
Mixing and combustion with low heat release in a turbulent shear layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 148, 349*
1984. `
..62.0,59.2: useful expts. on scaling - vortices come from jet lift*
BROADWELL, J.E.; BREIDENTHAL, R.E.*
Structure and mixing of a transverse jet in incompressible flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 148, 405*
1984. `
..24.2: calcs. starting with Lin-Benney vortices*
BIRINGEN, S.*
Final stages of transition to turbulence in plane channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 148, 413*
1984. `
..24.2,12.2: uses local Biot Savart approx.*
AREF, H.; FLINCHEM, E.P.*
Dynamics of a vortex filament in a shear flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 148, 477*
1984. `
..53.0,13.0: destabilized ML expt - model C2 halved, fouling up RDT*
YOUNIS, B.A.*
On modelling the effects of streamline curvature on turbulent shear flows*
PhD Thesis, Imperial College*
1984. `
..45.0: allegedly negative for Shabaka-like model*
KUBENDRAN, L.R.; McMAHON, H.; HUBBARTT, J.*
Interference drag in a simulated wing-fuselage juncture*
NASA CR 3811*
1984. `
..28.2: computers have only syntax, not semantics*
SEARLE, J.*
Reith Lectures 1984 - Minds, Brain and Science*
The Listener 8 Nov. p.14*
1984. `
..59.0,11.3: fluctuating Cf controls St near reattachment*
VOGEL, J.C.; EATON, J.K.*
Combined heat transfer and fluid dynamic measurements downstream of a backward-facing step*
Stanford Report MD-44*
1984. `
..53.0: not published*
SIMON, T.W.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Convex curvature effects on the heated turbulent boundary layer*
Proc. 7th Int. Heat Transf. Conf. vol. 3, p. 295*
1984. `
..28.3: terminals and file transfer*
ARNOW, B.J.*
Writing communications in BASIC*
BYTE vol. 9, no. 2, p. 187*
1984. `
..59.2: useful history*
ANON.*
Human-powered flight*
Mech Engg vol. 106, No. 9, p. 76*
1984. `
..22.2: and whole issue*
TORRERO, E.A. *
Education - the challenges are classic*
IEEE Spectrum 21, 11, 36*
1984. `
..24.1: emphasis on roll-up *
MICHALKE, A. *
Survey on jet instability theory*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 21, 159*
1984. `
..59.2,54.0: drooped tip LE - part-span vortex*
ANON. *
Handling with kid gloves*
Flight 22-29 Dec, vol. 126, p. 1677*
1984. `
..24.1,21.2: mucky base vortices as well as coherent structure*
KO, N.W.M.; LAM, K.M.*
Further measurements in the initial region of an annular jet*
J. Sound Vib. 92, 333*
1984. `
..31.1: concludes 20-30 samples needed - odd*
SWAMINATHAN,M.K.; RANKIN, G.W.; SRIDHAR, K.*
Some studies on hot wire calibration using Monte Carlo technique*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 17, 1148*
1984. `
..43.0: x and z motion uncoupled so Lx and Lz are separate scales*
KADER, B.A.; YAGLOM, A.M.*
Turbulent structure of an unstable atmospheric surface layer*
Nonlinear and Turbulent Processes in Physics, (R.Z. Sagdeev, Ed.) vol 2, p.829*
1984. `
..11.1,11.2: thesis - 6 misc papers including Rvt formula*
SAETRAN, L.R.*
Momentum, heat and mass transport*
NTH Institutt for Mekanikk Tech. Rep 84-4*
1984. `
..24.1,22.1: pairing mixing layer - suggests feedback to nozzle is small*
GOLDSTEIN, M.E.*
Sound generation and upstream influence due to instability waves interacting with non-uniform mean flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 149, 161*
1984. `
..24.4: oscillating wire in water channel - vortex loops, see p.319*
WILLIAMS, D.R.; FASEL, H.; HAMA, F.R.*
Experimental determination of the three-dimensional vorticity field in the boundary layer transition process*
J.Fluid Mech. 149, 179*
1984. `
..50.0,59.0: length scale effects*
NAKAMURA, Y.; OHYA, Y. *
The effects of turbulence on the mean flow past two-dimensional rectangular cylinders*
J.Fluid Mech. 149, 255*
1984. `
..24.4: Inman-like - 1975 results, see p.179*
BARROW, J.; BARNES, F.H.; ROSS, M.A.S.*
The structure of a turbulent spot in Blasius flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 149, 319*
1984. `
..48.0,21.2: orderly structures in phase in the two mixing layers - superposition no go*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
The interaction region of a turbulent plane jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 149, 355*
1984. `
..25.6,53.1: vortex wandering not controlled - excellent review too*
MOSER, R.D.; MOIN, P.*
Direct numerical simulation of curved turbulent channel flow*
NASA TM 85974*
1984. `
..25.10: 3 pages. Usable with highly stretched grid - on Corvus*
ROACHE, P.J.*
Adaptive grid generation using elliptic generating equations with precise grid control*
AD-A137 006*
1984. `
..22.2: largely Arab*
HILL, D.K.*
A history of engineering in classical and medieval times*
Croom Helm*
1984. `
..25.10: analysis and extension of his derivative - weighted clustering*
DWYER, H.A.*
Grid adaption for problems in fluid dynamics*
AIAA J. 22,1705*
1984. `
..59.0: flow viz. and p up to M = . 85*
RODRIGUEZ, O.*
The circular cylinder in subsonic and transonic flow*
AIAA J. 22, 1713*
1984. `
..59.0: backflow fraction collapses on bubble length*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; JOHNSTON,J.P.*
Effect of initial conditions on turbulent reattachment downstream of a backward-facing step*
AIAA J. 22, 1727*
1984. `
..25.7,26.2: Euler as perturbation of potential, say - but large changes near stag. point?*
CHOW, L.J.; PULLIAM, T.H.; STEGER, J.L.*
A general perturbation approach for computational fluid dynamics*
AIAA J. 22, 1748*
1984. `
..46.0,45.0: thin plate but distinct horseshoe*
NAKAYAMA, A.; RAHAI, H.R.*
Measurements of turbulent flow behind a flat plate mounted normal to the wall*
AIAA J. 22, 1817*
1984. `
..25.4: including eddy vis. using Mechul.*
CEBECI, T.; CHANG, K.C.; MACK, D.P.*
Linearization of turbulent boundary-layer equations*
AIAA J. 22, 1819*
1984. `
..22.2: and may the two eventually meet*
GALE, G.*
Science and the philosphers*
Nature, 312, 491*
1984. `
..09.2,32.1: everything correlates on it*
SEM, G.J.*
Aerodynamic particles sizes - why is it important?*
TSI Quart. vol. 10, no. 3, p. 3*
1984. `
..28.2: very lively - and up to date*
WILKES, M.V.*
Past, present and future of the computer field*
IEEE Proceedings, vol. 131E, no. 4, p. 106*
1984. `
..31.1,32.1: PWA, HWA and LDA - to appear in vol. 1 of Enc of F.M.*
CASTRO, I.P.*
The measurement of Reynolds stresses*
Univ. of Surrey paper Feb. 84*
1984. `
..59.2: periodic square-S bends - Castro like*
BERNER, C.; DURST, F.; McELIGOT, D.M.*
Flow around baffles*
ASME J. Heat Transf. 106, 743*
1984. `
..29.5:semi theoretical dynamic response eqn*
MENENDEZ, A.N.; RAMAPRIAN, B.R.*
Measurement of skin friction in unsteady boundary layers using a flush mounted hot film gauge*
Iowa Inst of Hydr. Res. IIHR-272*
1984. `
..25.10,25.7:tension and torsion springs*
NAKAHASHI, K.; DEIWERT, G.S.*
A practical adaptive-grid method for complex fluid flow problems*
NASA TM 85989, N84-28745 and Springer Lecture Notes in Phys. vol. 218*
1984. `
..24.2,25.6:spectral in all three directions*
SPALART, P.R.*
Numerical simulation of boundary layer transition*
NASA TM 85984, N84-28746*
1984. `
..12.2,22.2:to be published?*
NARASIMHA, R.*
The turbulence problem - a survey of simple turbulent flows*
GALCIT report FM 84-01*
1984. `
..07.0,12.1:wake component falls at large Re*
ELFSTROM, G.M.*
An experimental investigation of subsonic turbulent boundary layer flow over a wide Reynolds number range up to 140 million. Part 1. Flat plate zero pressure gradient*
NRC/NAE LTR-HA-5x5/0146*
1984. `
..59.0:mainly cp and cf - see pt. 1*
ELFSTROM, G.M.*
An experimental investigation of subsonic turbulent boundary layer flow over a wide Reynolds number range up to 140 million. Part 2. Forward facing step*
NRC/NAE LTR-HA-5x5/0146*
1984. `
..45.0,59.2:by helicopter - fouled up by transition*
MEHTA, R.D.; LIM, T.T.*
Flow visualization study of a vortex/wing interaction*
NASA TM 86656*
1984. `
..30.3:Melbourne - extra screens downstream of fan don't help much. See also Hird 1979*
WATKINS, S.*
Calibration of the industrial wind tunnel*
RMIT WTP 1026*
1984. `
..59.2,56.0:see also Long Beach paper*
HASTINGS, R.C.; MORETON, K.G.; CLARK, R.*
Mean flow properties measured around an aerofoil close to its maximum lift*
RAE TM Aero 2009*
1984. `
..45.0,53.0: simple mean and turb meas - far from eqm*
HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
Developing turbulent flow in strongly curved passages of square and circular cross section*
AD-A143 279, N00014-80-C-0031*
1984. `
..24.1,53.0:curvature makes large structures 3D*
WANG, C.*
The effect of curvature on turbulent mixing layers*
PhD thesis, Caltech., AD-A144 250*
1984. `
..24.1,21.2:chamfered nozzles*
KIBENS, V.*
Control of jet flowfield dynamics*
MDC-Q1214, AD=A143 631*
1984. `
..28.2:useful chat, partly on NAS*
PETERSON, V.L.*
Application of supercomputers to computational aerodynamics*
NASA-TM-85965*
1984. `
..06.0: details of flow round elements - see JFE 107, 55*
STUKEL, J.J.; HOPKE, P.K.; NOURMOHAMMADI, K.*
Turbulent air flow over rough surfaces - mean flow parameters*
ASME J. Fluids Engg 106, 405*
1984. `
..50.5,59.0: extends Bearman work*
GARTSHORE, I.S.*
Some effects of upstream turbulence on the unsteady lift forces imposed on prismatic two dimensional bodies*
ASME J. Fluids Engg 106, 418*
1984. `
..62.0: circular jet splits*
KO, N.W.; CHEUNG, W.T.*
Experimental investigating of the partial impingment of a jet on a half-plane*
Aero. J. 88, 447*
1984. `
..25.1,25.8: allows use of minimum principle*
VECILE, C.*
Extended variational formulation of Navier Stokes complete equation*
Engg Anal. 1, 211*
1984. `
..25.4,47.2: survey of 3D methods and tensor equations*
GRUNDMANN, R.*
Boundary-layer and parabolic flows*
DFVLR-FB 84-46*
1984. `
..59.2: NACA 0020 at M=.3, and a supercrit aerofoil at .74*
ELFSTROM, G.M.*
Skin friction measurements on two relatively thick airfoil sections at high Reynolds numbers*
Nat. Res. Council, Canada, NAE-AN-23, NRC 23941*
1984. `
..59.3,44.2: St = . 21 - bubble viz. too*
HAJI-HAIDARI, A.; SMITH, C.R.*
A comparative study of the development of the turbulent near wake behind a thick flat plate with both a circular and tapered trailing edge geometry*
Lehigh Univ. Mech. Engg Dept Rept FM-6*
1984. `
..46.0,48.0: negligible secondary flow*
HOOPER, J.D.; WOOD, D.H.*
Fully developed rod bundle flow over a large range of Reynolds number.*
Nuclear Engg and Design 83, 31*
1984. `
..28.2,28.3: almost postgraduate level*
O'CONNOR, P.J.*
Understanding digital electronics*
Prentice Hall*
1984. `
..29.6: Ames - usual plus LIF*
STAFF, Aero. Res. Branch*
A collection of flow visualization techniques used in the Aerodyamics Research Branch*
NASA TM 85998*
1984. `
..24.1: large correln. near exit, decreasing*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
The azimuthal correlations of velocity and temperature fluctuations in an axisymmetric jet*
Phys. Fluids 27, 867*
1984. `
..12.2: dimension increases with Re*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; STRYKOWSKI, P.J.*
On analogies between turbulence in open flows and chaotic dynamical systems*
Turbulence and chaotic phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.), Elsevier, p.191*
1984. `
..07.0,08.0: crude "average tau" in y+*
ILEGBUSI, J.O.*
Proposal for wall function for friction and heat transfer in the presence of roughness and mass transfer*
Imperial College CFD/84/12*
1984. `
..05.0,29.6: produced by hemisphere*
ACARLAR, M.S.; SMITH, C.R.*
An experimental study of hairpin-type vortices as a potential flow structure of turbulent boundary layers*
Lehigh Univ. Report FM-5*
1984. `
..23.0,59.0:forward and backward steps - thinnish BLs*
FARABEE, T.M.; CASARELLA, M.J.*
Effects of surface irregularity on turbulent boundary layer wall pressure fluctuations*
ASME J. Vib. 106, 343*
1984. `
..25.6: assume low Re in diss region and then use it elsewhere -illegitimate*
McCOMB, W.D.*
Renormalisation group methods applied to the numerical simulation of fluid turbulence*
NASA-ICASE Workshop on Theoretical Approaches to Turbulence*
1984. `
..29.6: re-inventing*
MOIR, I.R.M.*
Recent experience in the RAE 5 metre wind tunnel of a china clay method for indicating boundary layer transition*
RAE TM AERO 2007 - see also Aero. J. 90, 6, 1986*
1984. `
..25.7,25.10: includes deformation from free air to tunnel grid*
LYTTON, C.C.*
Solution of the Euler equations for transonic flow past a lifting aerofoil - the Bernoulli formulation*
RAE TR 84080*
1984. `
..22.2,24.1: disparate thoughts of Corrsin, Dimotakis, Bushnell*
FISHER, A.*
Disorder in fluids*
Mosaic, 15, 36*
1984. `
..28.2,25.2:partly historical, partly advert*
INOUYE, M.*
Development of computational fluid dynamics at NASA Ames Research Center*
NASA-TM-86021*
1984. `
..27.2: nearly same as Cebeci meeting - semi-inverse*
WILLIAMS, B.R. *
The prediction of separated flow using a viscous-inviscid interaction method*
RAE TM Aero 2010*
1984. `
..45.0,54.0: Mass source but negligible momentum source*
RILEY, N.; SMITH, J.H.B.*
The effect of a boundary-layer collision on the external flow*
RAE 84108*
1984. `
..05.0,25.6: extension of Chapman - Kuhn 1981 for LES*
CHAPMAN, D.R.; KUHN, G.D.*
Computational models of the viscous sublayer and limiting behaviour of turbulence near a wall*
NEAR TR 334*
1984. `
..24.2,53.0: crossflow instability overwhelms Gortler vortices*
HALL, P.*
The Gortler vortex instability mechanism in three-dimensional boundary layers*
NASA CR 172370, ICASE Rept. 84-17*
1984. `
..28.3:good intro but PET oriented*
MALCOLME-LAWES, D.J.*
Microcomputers and laboratory instrumentation*
Plenum*
1984. `
..13.0,16.1:NLR - ASM not too bad, others overestimate stresses*
ABID, R.; SCHMITT, R.*
Critical examination of turbulence models for a separated three dimensional turbulent boundary layer*
Rech. Aerosp. no. 1984-6, p. 385*
1984. `
..60.0: M = 2.9, 20 deg corner*
MUCK, K.C.; SMITS, A.J.*
Behavior of a turbulent boundary layer subjected to a shock induced separation*
AIAA-84-0097*
1984. `
..28.2,28.3: reduces disc transfer time - useful statistics*
BUCHER, I.Y.; JORDAN, T.L.*
Solving very large elliptic problems on a supercomputer with solid state disk*
J. Comp. Phys. 55, 340*
1984. `
..22.2,28.3:just so*
STRIBLING, C.B.*
BASIC aerodynamics*
Butterworths*
1984. `
..59.0:2D-vortex shedding suppressed*
KAMEMOTO, K.; ODA, Y.; AIZAWA, M.*
Characteristics of the flow around a bluff body near a plane surface*
Bull, JSME 27, 1637*
1984. `
..12.2:intro. to relation between turbulence and chaos*
TATSUMI, T.*
Irregularity, regularity and singularity of turbulence*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.1*
1984. `
..24.2:esp.secondary instability*
STUART, J.T.*
Instability of laminar flows, nonlinear growth of fluctuations and transition to turbulence*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.17*
1984. `
..24.2:see also JFM*
BRACHET, M.E.; ORSZAG, S.A.*
Secondary instability of free shear flows*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.27*
1984. `
..24.4:suggests modulation of roughness wakes by freestream turb.*
RESHOTKO,E.*
Disturbances in a laminar boundary layer due to distributed surface roughness*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.39*
1984. `
..24.2:meaty review*
ORSZAG, S.A.*
Instabilities and turbulence*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.73*
1984. `
..24.4:at Re=1000, spots split laterally after growing to 30 channel widths*
WIDNALL, S.E.*
Growth of turbulent spots in plane Poiseuille flow*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.93*
1984. `
..24.4:staggered peaks and valleys*
SARIC, W.S.; THOMAS, A.S.W.*
Experiments on the subharmonic route to turbulence in boundary layers*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.117*
1984. `
..24.7,19.3:-5/3 not -2 because random sheets interact*
MOFFATT, J.K.*
Simple topological aspects of turbulent vorticity dynamics*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.223*
1984. `
..24.1,24.7:double helices*
TAKAKI, R.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Entanglement of two vortex filaments*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.245*
1984. `
..19.2,13.0: meas. - rate depends on third invariant, see GENCE*
CHOI, K.S.; LUMLEY, J.L.*
Return to isotropy of homogeneous turbulence revisited*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.267*
1984. `
..24.1:transition to -5/3*
HUANG, L.S.; HO, C.M.*
Development of free shear layers*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.327*
1984. `
..02.2,29.6:LDV and smoke to track interface*
CHEVRAY, R.*
Entrainment in turbulent flows - mechanisms and implications*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.365*
1984. `
..01.1:ensemble average with "low vel" as criterion*
FUKUNISHI, Y.*
Influence of ordered motions on the structure of outer region of the turbulent boundary layer*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.371*
1984. `
..01.2,29.6:multi smoke wire, Rtheta=940*
WEI, W.D.; SAITO, H.; ONDA, Y.*
The visualized large-scale motions in the turbulent boundary layer*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.391*
1984. `
..24.1:production by vortex stretching near saddles - so 3D*
COLES, D.*
On one mechanism of turbulence production in coherent structures*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.397*
1984. `
..20.0:long memory*
WYGNANSKI, I.; CHAMPAGNE, F.*
On large coherent structures in two-dimensional turbulent wakes*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.403*
1984. `
..24.1:accelerated - pairing suppressed*
FIEDLER, H.E.*
The mono-frequency shear layer*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.411*
1984. `
..02.1:crude time derivative criterion*
ZARIC, Z.; FALCO, R.E.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Detection of coherent structures in visual and multiple hot-wire data in boundary layers*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.439*
1984. `
..02.2,29.6:Head-like, enhanced by diagonal differentiation*
WALLACE, J.M.*
Observations on the nature and mechanism of the bounded turbulent shear flow structure*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.447*
1984. `
..23.0:R(y,t) -suggests large eddies trigger bursts*
KOBASHI, Y.; KOMODA, H.; ICHIJO, M.*
The wall pressure fluctuation and the turbulent structure of a boundary layer*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.461*
1984. `
..21.2,24.1:flapping increases with x - real*
ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; RAJAGOPALAN, S.*
The organized structure in a slightly heated turbulent plane jet*
Turbulence and Chaotic Phenomena in Fluids (T. Tatsumi, Ed.) North-Holland, p.529*
1984. `
..25.5:low M, time-iterative LBI with artificial dissipation*
BRILEY, W.R.; BUGGELN, R.C.; McDONALD, H.*
Solution of the three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations for a steady laminar horseshoe vortex flow*
Office of Naval Research, Rept R84-920014-F*
1984. `
..59.0,57.0:allegedly no log law - see CP in general*
POLL, D.I.A.; WATSON, R.D.*
On the relaxation of a turbulent boundary layer after an encounter with a forward facing step*
AGARD CP 365 "Boundary layer control and high lift systems"*
1984. `
..48.0:Squire's multi-element work*
AGOROPOULOS, D.*
The interaction of a boundary layer and a wake*
Cambridge Univ. Engg Dept Rept*
1984. `
..61.0,12.2:electromagnetic analogy. Part I by H. and P. - page 77*
PERRY, A.E.; HORNUNG, H.G.*
Some aspects of three dimensional separation, Part II Vortex skeletons*
Z. Flugwiss. Weltraumforsch. 8, 155*
1984. `
..23.0: odd filters and transducer arrays*
MARTINI, K.F.*
Comparison of techniques to measure the low wave number wall pressure spectrum of a turbulent boundary layer*
AD-A148 074*
1984. `
..17.1,17.2: PB has contents list*
FRANCIS, M.S.*
Proceedings of the Workshop on Unsteady Separated Flow, USAF Academy*
AD-A148 249, AFOSR-TR-84-0911*
1984. `
..28.3:table lookup, not transcendentals*
MACKIN, M.A.*
Floating point function generation routines for 16-bit microcomputers*
NASA-TM-83783, N85-10683*
1984. `
..28.2,28.3: for micros, minis and mainframes*
BARRON, D.*
Computer Operating Systems*
Chapman and Hall*
1984. `
..27.3: standard NLR eddy vis. program - below vortex*
DE BRUIN, A.C.*
Boundary-layer calculations on the leeward surface of a slender delta wing at incidence*
NLR TR 84001 U*
1984. `
..25.6,13.0: uses LES to test models, esp. dissipation eqn*
FERZIGER, J.H.; McMILLAN, O.J.*
Studies of structure and modelling in turbulent shear flows*
NEAR-TR-335*
1984. `
..22.2: oral, written, meetings, interviews*
SCOTT, W.P.*
Communication for professional engineers*
Telford*
1984. `
..54.0,45.0,16.1: characteristic review*
MORTON, B.R.*
The generation and decay of vorticity*
Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn. 28, 277*
1984. `
..25.6,09.5,44.1:surprisingly uninteresting*
KUHN, G.D.; FERZIGER, J.H.; MOIN, P.; KIM, J.*
Large eddy simulation of turbulent flow in channels with wavy walls including both compliant walls and walls with prescribed motion*
NEAR TR 325*
1984. `
..29.5,31.1: uses Huffman sublayer profile*
McELIGOT, D.M.*
Measurement of wall shear stress in accelerating turbulent flows*
Max-Planck-Inst. Bericht 109*
1984. `
..24.4:just so*
MORKOVIN, M.V.*
Bypass transition to turbulence and research desiderata*
In NASA CP-2386, "Transition in turbines"*
1984. `
..28.3: useful chat about compilers*
COEL, C.M.*
The big squeeze - moving mainframe FORTRAN to a microcmputer*
Computers in Mech. Engg., p.57, Sept.*
1984. `
..12.2: including chaos, strange attractors, and streamline topology*
CHAPMAN, G.T.; TOBAK, M.*
Nonlinear problems in flight dynamics*
NASA TM 85940*
1984. `
..16.1: Ing. - Archiv 1935 - misspelled*
GRUSHWITZ, E.; GRUSCHWITZ, E.*
Turbulent boundary layers with secondary flow*
NASA TM 77494*
1984. `
..17.1,25.7: AGARD Transonic unsteady and aeroelastic meeting*
McCROSKEY, W.J.; KUTLER, P.; BRIDGEMAN, J.O.*
Status and prospects of computational fluid dynamics for unsteady transonic viscous flow*
NASA TM 86018*
1984. `
..60.0,08.0: also AIAA-85-O207*
NAGAMATSU, H.T.; DYER, R.*
Investigation to optimise the passive shock wave/boundary layer control for supercritical airfoil drag reduction*
NASA-CR-175788, N85-26665*
1984. `
..17.1,59.2: trailing vortex and forward pointing helicopter blades - transonic*
CARADONNA, F.X.; LAUB, G.H.; TUNG, C.*
An experimental investigation of the parallel blade-vortex interaction*
NASA TM 86005*
1984. `
..01.1,29.6: clear insight into unsteady smoke plumes and selective conditional sampling*
SATO, H.*
Cognition and description of patterns in turbulent flows*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 7*
1984. `
..23.0: t,z footprints of bursts, also outer-layer bulges*
KOBASHI, Y.; ICHIJO, M,; HAYAKAWA, M.*
Wall pressure fluctuation and turbulence structure of a boundary layer*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 24*
1984. `
..12.2,05.0: streaks alleged to change*
LIAN, Q.Y.*
Observations on structures of turbulent boundary layer in a flow with strong adverse pressure gradient*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 70*
1984. `
..28.1: Walsh functions - useful maths but no fluid dyn.*
OHJI,M.; NABESHIMA, H.; HIRUTA, A.*
A stochastic model of intermittently turbulent phenomena*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 95*
1984. `
..24.1: trip destroys structures*
WEI, Z.L.; NIU, Z.N.; MA, W.J.*
Large coherent structures in two-dimensional mixing layers*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 123*
1984. `
..24.1,29.6: NH3 and HCl*
CHEVRAY, R.; SHERIKAR, S.V.*
Entrainment in coherent structures*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 129*
1984. `
..30.2,25.7: review and Ames results*
DAVIS, S.; SCHAIRER, E.; BODAPATI, S.*
Adaptive-wall wind tunnels*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 283*
1984. `
..25.5: fourth order best - skates round BCs*
ZHANG, H.S.*
Wall vorticity schemes for viscous incompressible flow*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 649*
1984. `
..48.0,29.6: just so*
SAVILL, A.M.; ZHOU, M.D.*
Wake/boundary layer and wake-wake interactions - smoke flow visualisation and modelling*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 743*
1984. `
..24.1: see also Phys. Fluids*
RYUJI, T.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Entanglement of two vortex filaments*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 783*
1984. `
..24.4: synchronized hot film*
WILLIAMS, D.R.; HAMA, F.R.*
Experimental determination of a three-dimensional vorticity field in the boundary-layer transition process*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 789*
1984. `
..48.0,27.1: u and uv only*
HEBBAR, K.S.*
Measurements in the wake of a symmetric aerofoil at zero incidence*
Proc 2nd Asian Congr. Fluid Mech. (T.C. Lin, H. Sato and R. Narasimha, Eds.) VNU Science Press, Utrecht, p. 833*
1984. `
..59.0: de'il the few, but not dead*
TANNER, M.*
Steady base flows*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 21, 8*
1984. `
..12.1: politeness plus his structural ideas*
LANDAHL, M.T.*
Coherent structures in turbulence and Prandtl's mixing length theory*
Z. Flugwiss. Weltraumforsch. 8, 233*
1984. `
..24.2,53.1: crude*
GRUNDMANN, R.; NEHRING, U.*
Calculation of the two-dimensional, incompressible, transitional boundary layer on a curved surface*
Z. Flugwiss. Weltraumforsch. 8, 249*
1984. `
..31.1: slope supposed to be the same for all similar wires*
NITSCHE, W.; HABERLAND, C.*
Simplified calibration of hot-wire anemometers (single point calibration)*
ZFW 8, 264*
1984. `
..25.9,27.3:2D time dependent ADI, second order in space and time*
VAN KAN, J.*
A second-order pressure correction method for viscous incompressible flow*
TH Delft Rept 84-15, N85-28280*
1984. `
..25.6,11.3: direct simulation of initially sinusoidal disturbances*
KERR, R.M.; NAKANO, T.; NELKIN, M.*
Decay of a coherent scalar disturbance in a turbulent flow*
NASA TM 86700, N85-30244*
1984. `
..60.0: Princeton-like backstep - LDV including triples*
SAMIMY, M.*
An experimental study of compressible turbulent reattaching free shear layers*
PhD Thesis, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, Univ. Mic. 85-02287*
1984. `
..28.2: says the UK ought to have one - UNIX is the likely operating system*
CATHERALL, D.; GETTINGS, P.A.*
Supercomputers for computational fluid dynamics*
RAE TM 2014*
1984. `
..19.2:discussion in II, III plane*
LE PENVEN, L.; GENCE, J.N.; COMTE-BELLOT, G.*
On the approach to isotropy of homogeneous turbulence - effect of the partition of kinetic energy among the velocity components*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis, J.L. Lumley, Eds.) Springer, p.1*
1984. `
..19.3:society for statistical geometry*
KARWEIT, M.J.*
Random incompressible motion on two and three-dimensional lattices and its application to the walk on a random field*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis, J.L. Lumley, Eds.) Springer, p.22*
1984. `
..12.2,24.2:expert review*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Transition and turbulence in fluid flows and low-dimensional chaos*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis, J.L. Lumley, Eds.) Springer, p.41*
1984. `
..53.0,11.3:including discussion of scalar modelling*
GIBSON, M.M.*
Effects of streamline curvature on turbulence*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis, J.L. Lumley, Eds.) Springer, p.184*
1984. `
..13.0,11.1:care needed to produce a superposable model*
LUMLEY, J.L.; VAN CRUYNINGEN, I.*
Limitations of second order modelling of passive scalar diffusion*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis, J.L. Lumley, Eds.) Springer, p.199*
1984. `
..45.0: three shapes*
MEHTA, R.D.*
Effect of wing nose shape on the flow in a wing/body junction*
Aero. J. 88, 456*
1984. `
..61.0,45.0: topology of cf on hemisphere-cyl*
BIPPES, H.*
Experimental study of vortical features in 3D separated flows*
USAF/BRD Data exchange meeting, p.97. AD-A153 020*
1984. `
..25.5: Castro flow with finite vol and k, eps.*
DEMIRDZIC, I.; GOSMAN, A.D.*
An elliptic solution of a highly curved mixing layer*
Imperial College Mech Engg Dept, FS/84/16*
1984. `
..29.5: urtext IJHMT 17, 1151, 1974 - McLeod*
SALUJA, C.L.; LAMPARD, D.; HAY, N.; BURNS, I.*
The determination of heat transfer coefficients on film cooled flat surfaces using the swollen polymer technique*
Some Chem Engg conference, date approx*
1984. `
..12.2: low dimensional attractor for Benard, not for full turbulence*
ATTEN, P.; CAPUTO, J.G.; MALRAISON, B.*
Determination of attractor dimension of various flows*
J. Mec. Theor. et Appl., special suppl. p. 133-56*
1984. `
..28.3: price 19.95*
SEYER, M.D.*
RS-232 made easy - connecting computers, printers, terminals, and modems*
Prentice-Hall Inc.*
1984. `
..21.1,24.1: hexagonal rotating gizmos, large x/d*
BERNAL, L.; SAROHIA, V.*
Large amplitude forcing of a high speed two-dimensional jet*
JPL Pub. 84-91*
1984. `
..11.2,19.2: just so - works well except in the stable atmospheric boundary layer*
FULACHIER, L.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Spectral analogy between temperature and velocity fluctuations in several turbulent flows*
Int. J. Heat & Mass Transfer 27, 987*
1984. `
..25.10: how to simplify metric derivatives - see Nakayama*
VOKE, P.R.; COLLINS, M.W.*
Forms of the generalised Navier-Stokes equations*
J. Engg Math. 219*
1984. `
..54.0: anticipates D.W. Moore 1985*
PEARSON, C.F.; ABERNATHY, F.H.*
Evolution of the flow field associated with a streamwise diffusing vortex*
J. Fluid Mech. 146, 271*
1984. `
..28.3: Tex or TeX - "computers are good at following instructions, but not at reading your mind"*
KNUTH, D.E.*
The TeXbook*
Addison-Wesley/American Math Society*
1984. `
..13.0,19.3: DI for weak shear*
YOSHIZAWA, A.; KIMURA, Y.*
A statistical investigation of the modelling of a mean-shear-related term in the pressure-strain correlation of a turbulent shear flow*
J. Phys. Soc. Japan 53, 2253*
1984. `
..13.0,14.0: two-scale DI*
YOSHIZAWA, A.*
Statistical analysis of the deviation of the Reynolds stress from its eddy-viscosity representation*
Phys. Fluids 27, 1377*
1984. `
..45.0,54.0,53.0: only normal stresses*
CRAWFORD, R.A.; ET AL.*
Mean velocity and turbulence measurements in an 90 deg curved duct with thin inlet boundary layer*
Final Report, Tennessee Univ. Space Inst., Tullahoma, N86-16518*
1984. `
..25.5,14.0: previous k, eps. errors due to numerics*
HACKMAN, L.P.; RAITHBY, G.D.; STRONG, A.B.*
Numerical predictions of flows over backward-facing steps.*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Fluids, 4, 711*
1984. `
..29.5,32.1: fringe fan*
NAQWI, A.A.; REYNOLDS, W.C.; CARR, L.W.*
Dual cylindrical wave laser-doppler method for measurement of wall shear stress*
Laser Anemometry in Fluid Mechanics, p.105, Ladoan / Inst. Superior Tecnico, Lisbon*
1984. `
..32.1: hologram to correct refraction by curved walls*
RICHMAN, R.M.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
The development of a transparent cylinder engine for piston engine fluid mechanics research*
S.A.E. Tech Paper 840379*
1984. `
..61.0,29.6: owl-faces etc*
BIPPES, H.; TURK, M.*
Oil flow patterns of separated flow on a hemisphere cylinder at incidence*
DFVLR-FB 84-20*
1984. `
..24.1: whirlpool nebula is "stopping vortex"*
MEHTA, R.D.; McKERNAN, D.*
Whirlpools in space*
New Scientist, 2 February, p.44*
1984. `
..55.0,16.2: plane of symmetry meas. on standard Iowa body, plus calcs.*
BAEK, J.H.*
Three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer on the bodies of revolution at incidence*
PhD Thesis, Univ. of Iowa, Univ. Mic. 84-23531*
1984. `
..22.2: hilarious scientific Berne*
SINDERMANN, C.J.*
Winning the games scientists play*
Plenum*
1984. `
..11.2: nichrome film on quartz*
SAMANT, K.R.; SIMON, T.W.; STUART, R.V.*
Using thin-film technology to fabricate a small-patch boiling heat transfer test section*
New Experimental Techniques in Heat Transfer ASME Pub. HTD-Vol.31*
1984. `
..52.0,53.0,14.0: sort of ASM model with corrections for curvature and divergence*
MORRISON, J.F.; GREGORY-SMITH, D.G.
Calculation of an axisymmetric turbulent wall jet over a surface of concave curvature*
Int. J. Heat & Fluid Flow 5, 139*
1984. `
..15.0,07.0: 4-page review (70th birthday issue)*
KUTATELADZE, S.S.*
The mixing length hypothesis in the turbulence theory*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 27, 1947*
1984. `
..25.5: intro. to TVD*
SWEBY, P.K.*
High resolution schemes using flux limiters for hyperbolic conservation laws*
SIAM J. Numer. Anal. 21, 995*
1984. `
..44.2,45.0:review of last decade, esp. endwall vortices*
SIEVERDING, C.H.*
Recent progress in the understanding of basic aspects of secondary flows in turbine blade passages*
ASME paper 84-GT-78*
1984. `
..25.2,11.1: seems to be popular at Ames*
ANDERSON, D.A.; TANNEHILL, J.C.;PLETCHER, R.H.*
Computational fluid mechanics and heat transfer*
McGraw-Hill*
1984. `
..47.1: related to drag from bow wave-breaking*
EGGERS, K.; TAKEKUMA, K.*
Effect of bow shape on free-surface shear flow*
Institut fur Schiffbau Univ. Hamburg Report no. 2342*
1984.
..06.0,07.0: consistent with Re-independent kappa of 0.41 but no independent way to find y shift*
GRIGSON, C.W.B.*
Nikuradse's experiment*
AIAA J. 22, 999*
1984. `
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..62.0: just so*
SHAYESTEH, M.V.; SHABAKA, I.M.M.A.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Turbulence structure in a three dimensional impinging jet in a cross stream*
AIAA-85-0044*
1985. `
..24.7,25.3: only 2D - motivation not clear*
MANSOUR, N.N.*
A hybrid vortex-in-cell finite-difference method for shear layer computation*
AIAA-85-0372*
1985. `
..25.7,25.10: inflate aeroplane to transform mesh*
BAKER, T.J.; JAMESON, A.; VERMELAND, R.E.*
Three-dimensional Euler solutions with grid embedding*
AIAA-85-0121*
1985. `
..23.0,60.0: investigation of shock jitter and wrinkling*
MUCK, K.C.; DUSSAUGE, J.P.; BOGDONOFF, S.M.*
Structure of the wall pressure fluctuations in a shock-induced separated turbulent flow*
AIAA-85-0179*
1985. `
..25.2,26.2: low order useless for 3D*
FORNASIER, L.*
Linearized potential flow analysis of complex aircraft configurations by HISSS, a higher-order panel method*
AIAA-85-0281*
1985. `
..62.0: just so*
CHILDS, R.E.; NIXON, D.*
Simulation of impinging turbulent jets*
AIAA-85-0047*
1985. `
..62.0: AFOSR final report 1982-85*
NIXON, D.*
A fundamental study of jet flows*
Nielsen NEAR TR 345*
1985. `
..59.0: trailer for AGARDograph 287*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
Some features of two-dimensional turbulent separated flows*
AIAA-85-0178*
1985. `
..53.0: flow viz etc with and without large VGs*
BARLOW, R.S.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Roll-cell structure in a concave turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA-85-0297*
1985. `
..25.5,27.3: time-dep. NS with false p in continuity*
KAUL, U.K.; KWAK, D.; WAGNER, C.*
A computational study of saddle point separation and horseshoe vortex system*
AIAA-85-0182*
1985. `
..29.6,45.0: techniques - mainly laser light plane*
NELSON, R.C.*
Flow visualization of high angle of attack vortex wake structures (invited paper)*
AIAA-85-0102*
1985. `
..27.4,25.10: grid patching and ADI*
SCHUSTER, D.M.; BIRCKELBAW, L.D.*
Numerical computation of viscous flowfields about multiple component airfoils*
AIAA-85-0167*
1985. `
..29.6,05.5: LIF in crystals on water surface*
GHARIB, M.; HERNAN, M.A.; YAVROUIAN, A.H.; SAROHIA, V.*
Flow velocity measurement by image processing of optically activated tracers*
AIAA-85-0172 and AGARD CP 413, 1986*
1985. `
..60.0,24.1: Princeton like*
PETRIE, H.L.; SAMIMY, M.; ADDY, A.L.*
A study of compressible turbulent free shear layers using laser doppler velocimetry*
AIAA-85-0177*
1985. `
..59.2: mainly past - Coanda was an accident*
WOOD, N.; NIELSEN, J.*
Circulation control airfoils past, present, future*
AIAA-85-0204*
1985. `
..30.2: simulate larger tunnel but not necessarily free air*
DAVIS, S.S.*
Generalized adaptive-wall wind tunnels*
AIAA-85-0225*
1985. `
..24.2: see Herbert, 0489*
ZANG, T.A.; HUSSAINI, M.Y.*
Numerical experiments on subcritical transition mechanism*
AIAA-85-0296*
1985. `
..53.0,60.0,18.2: one slow and one rapid case*
JAYARAM, M.; SMITS, A.J.*
The distortion of a supersonic turbulent boundary layer by bulk compression and surface curvature*
AIAA-85-0299*
1985. `
..25.5: mix high order with enough low order to bound the solutions*
SYED, S.; GOSMAN, A.; PERIC, M.*
Assessment of discretization schemes to reduce numerical diffusion in the calculation of complex flows*
AIAA-85-0441*
1985. `
..24.2: finite amplitude TS wave self induction*
HERBERT, T.*
Three-dimensional phenomena in the transitional flat-plate boundary layer*
AIAA-85-0489*
1985. `
..45.0,54.0: axi bump at M= . 7 - u,v with LDV*
MEHTA, R.D.*
Effect of a longitudinal vortex on a separated turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA-85-0530*
1985. `
..27.1: SLOR for visc. and invisc. together, in psi, omega - see AIAA J. 24, 585, 86*
HAFEZ, M.*
Numerical procedures for viscous-inviscid interaction problems*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 2-9 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..27.2: nothing special - no normal p. g.*
CEBECI, T.; CLARK, R.W.; CHANG, K.C.; HALSEY, N.D.; LEE, K.*
Airfoils with separation and the resulting wakes.*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 2-13 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..27.4: simple review*
BUTTER, D.J.*
Research into multi-element aerofoil aerodynamics*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 2-27 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..25.8: they call it the FA method*
CHEN, C.J.; CHENG, W.S.*
Finite analytic prediction of turbulent flow past an inclined cylinder*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 3-27 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..07.0,13.0: can be preferable to integration to wall*
RUBESIN, M.W.; VIEGAS, J.R.*
A critical examination of the use of wall functions as boundary conditions in aerodynamic calculations*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 6-45 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..29.5,32.1: Tanner rides again*
MURPHY, J.D.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
The laser-interferometer skin-friction meter - a numerical and experimental study*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 7-1 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..59.0: lecture included computer movie of exptl vel vectors*
MATHIOULAKIS, D.; TELIONIS, D.P.*
Velocity and vorticity measurements around laminar separation in periodic flow*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 7-3 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..59.2: Wadcock repeat*
HASTINGS, R.C.; WILLIAMS, B.R.*
Studies of the flow field near an NACA 4412 aerofoil at nearly maximum lift*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 7-23 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..25.5,61.0: amusing art*
PERRY, A.E.; CHONG, M.S.; HORNUNG, H.G.*
Local solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations in separated flows*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 8-25 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..24.2: useful review*
NARASIMHA, R.*
Statistical models for the transition zone in the boundary layer*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 9-13 (differs from N. and Dey in Proc.)*
1985. `
..45.0,16.2: excellent presentation*
MEIER, H.U.; CEBECI, T.*
Flow characteristics of a body of revolution at incidence*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach, p. 10-21 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..25.5: unrealistic to ignore periodicity*
MAJUMDAR, S.; RODI, W.*
Numerical calculations of turbulent flow past circular cylinders*
Presented at 3rd Symp. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerod. Flows, Long Beach (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..27.2,25.7: defect formulation - normal p. g. doesn't make a lot of difference*
EDWARDS, D.E.; CARTER, J.E.; HAFEZ, M.M.*
Viscous/inviscid interaction analysis of transonic shock induced separated flow including normal pressure gradients*
AIAA-85-0371*
1985. `
..24.1: linear stability theory*
GASTER, M.; KIT, E.; WYGNANSKI, I.*
Large-scale structures in a forced turbulent mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 150, 23*
1985. `
..24.1,22.1: somewhat of a fluke*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; HASAN, M.A.Z.*
Turbulence suppression in free turbulent shear flows under controlled excitation. Part 2 Jet-noise reduction*
J. Fluid Mech. 150, 159*
1985. `
..22.1,24.1: five parts in this issue - low Re, up to 2 in. choked. Lockheed work*
TANNA, H.K.; AHUJA, K.K.*
Tone excited jets. Part I - Introduction*
J. Sound Vib. 102, 57*
1985. `
..31.1,28.1: autocorrelation for PWA with small differences in time delay*
CASTRO, I.P.*
Time-domain measurements in separated flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 150, 183*
1985. `
..24.1: turbulent BL - rolls grow at first then decay*
FIEDLER, H.E.; MENSING, P.*
The plane turbulent shear layer with periodic excitation*
J. Fluid Mech. 150, 281*
1985. `
..24.4: update of Gray, Owen work and expts.*
POLL, D.I.A.*
Some observations of the transition process on the windward face of a long yawed cylinder*
J. Fluid Mech. 150, 329*
1985. `
..12.2: same order, would you believe - large*
CONSTANTIN, P.; FOLAS, G.; MANLEY, O.P.; TEMAM, R.*
Determining modes and fractal dimensions of turbulent flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 150, 427*
1985. `
..24.4: fairly brutal forcing*
NISHIOKA, M.; ASAI, M.*
Some observations of the subcritical transition in plane Poiseuille flow.*
J. Fluid Mech. 150, 441*
1985. `
..22.1,23.0: calcs and expts - there is significant attenuation at high Mach no*
HANSON, D.B.; MAGLIOZZI, B.*
Propagation of propeller tone noise through a fuselage boundary layer*
J. Aircraft 22, 63*
1985. `
..25.6,62.0: laminar impinging jet calcs.*
RIZK, M.H.; MENON, S.*
A numerical investigation of VTOL aerodynamics*
Flow Tech. Inc. no. 170*
1985. `
..28.2,28.3: shallow and can't learn from experience*
D'AMBROSIO, B.*
Expert systems - myth or reality?*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 1, p. 275*
1985. `
..28.2: pilot ACE, designed by Alan Turing*
NASH, J.C.*
The birth of a computer*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 2, p. 177*
1985. `
..28.3: Whitechapel MG-l preview*
POUNTAIN, D.*
Byte UK: realizing a dream*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 2, p. 379*
1985. `
..31.1,31.2: Exx2 varies linearly with T for given U.*
BREMHORST, K.*
Effect of fluid temperature on hot-wire anemometers and an improved method of temperature compensation and linearisation without use of small signal assumptions*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 18, 44*
1985. `
..27.1: Mahgoub method, eliminating dp/dy by continuity - compressible only, ill conditioned*
DASH, S.M.; SINHA, N.*
Noniterative cross-flow integration for the pressure-split analysis of subsonic mixing-layer problem (TN)*
AIAA J. 23, 153*
1985. `
..24.3,9.1: works on BL soon after transition but needs too much microphone power*
GOODMAN, W.L.*
Emmons spot forcing for turbulent drag reduction *
AIAA J. 23, 155*
1985. `
..42.3: experiments and 1/11 power laws*
FERNANDO, H.J.S.; LONG, R.S.*
On the nature of the entrainment interface of a two-layer fluid subjected to zero-mean-shear turbulence.*
J. Fluid Mech. 151, 21*
1985. `
..19.0: analytic signal etc - useful review*
SREENIVASAN, K.R. *
On the fine-scale intermittency of turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 151, 81*
1985. `
..05.0: phase angle changes rapidly near wavelength of 6000 wall units*
ABRAMS, J.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
Relaxation effects observed for turbulent flow over a wavy surface*
J. Fluid Mech. 151, 443*
1985. `
..28.3:Fortran and Pascal programs*
THESEN, A.*
An efficient generator of uniformly distributed random variates between zero and one*
Simulation 44, 17*
1985. `
..16.1: BMU conical transformation of Smith method*
ASHILL P.R.; SMITH, P.D.*
An integral method for calculating the effects on turbulent boundary-layer development of sweep and taper*
Aero. J. 89, 43*
1985. `
..62.0: meaning downstream - mean U and rms u only*
QUINN, W.R.; MARSTERS, G.F.*
Upstream influence on turbulent jet flows from cruciform nozzles*
Aero. J. 89, 55*
1985. `
..25.7: just total p. loss near nose*
RIZZI, A.*
Spurious entropy production and very accurate solutions to the Euler equations*
Aero. J. 89, 59*
1985. `
..48.0: not very forthcoming about vortex shedding - but plate wake too*
ZHOU, M.D.; SQUIRE, L.C.*
The interaction of a wake with a turbulent boundary layer*
Aero. J. 89, 72*
1985. `
..24.4: some suppression of TS waves and Karman street*
STRYKOWSKI, P.J.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
The control of transitional flows*
AIAA-85-0559*
1985. `
..09.3,02.1: IIT LEBU drag reduction not reproduced*
LYNN, T.B.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Measurements in manipulated turbulent boundary layers*
Yale University Report l FM 85*
1985. `
..28.3: high-accuracy floating point*
RICE, P.*
Arithmetic on your PC*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 3, p. 119*
1985. `
..28.3: cheap customisable editor*
McMAHON, S.*
Build your dream editor*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 3, p. 171*
1985. `
..28.3: faint praise*
CARSON, G.*
The Altos 586 with the Xenix development system*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 3, p. 247*
1985. `
..47.2,61.0: elliptical-section models - Re stress mean.*
HUANG, T.T.*
Measured similarity properties of eddy viscosity and mixing length in 3-D turbulent stern flows*
SSPA 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance*
1985. `
..47.2,61.0: single wire - three simple hulls*
FUKUDA, K.; FUJII, A.*
Experimental study on Reynolds stress in ship stern flow*
SSPA 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance*
1985. `
..47.2,27.2: elliptic calc. with k, eps.*
SHIROSE, Y.; MURAOKA, K.; TSUTSUMI, T.*
Numerical simulation of separated flow around two-dimensional and axisymmetric bodies at various Reynolds numbers*
SSPA 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance*
1985. `
..47.2,27.2: elliptic calc. with k, eps.*
SUNG, C.H.*
Prediction of the turbulent wake of a body of revolution with stern separation*
SSPA 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance*
1985. `
..27.1: PNS with stabilizing source in x-mom.eqn.*
RAVEN, H.C.; HOEKSTRA, M.*
A parabolized Navier-Stokes solution method for ship stern flow calculations*
SSPA 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance*
1985. `
..47.2,25.5,25.10: non-orthogonal coordinate system*
MALIN, M.R.; ROSTEN, H.I.; SPALDING, D.B.; TATCHELL, D.G.*
Application of PHOENICS to flow around ship's hulls*
SSPA 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance*
1985. `
..07.0: useful experiments*
GRIGSON, C.W.B.*
Velocity loss functions of rough surfaces in intermediate flow*
SSPA 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance*
1985. `
..47.2,05.5: surface tension and viscous effects*
PATEL, V.C.; LANDWEBER, L.; TANG, C.J.*
Free-surface boundary layer and the origin of bow vortices*
SSPA 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance*
1985. `
..09.3,09.4,09.5: bubbles, grooves and LEBUs*
JOHANSSON, A.V.; ALFREDSSON, P.H.*
Recent developments of drag reduction methods for ships*
SSPA 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance*
1985. `
..61.0: just so*
MEHTA, R.D.*
Aerodynamics of sports balls*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 17, 151*
1985. `
..57.0: a bit dated*
SMITS, A.J.; WOOD, D.H.*
The response of turbulent boundary layers to sudden perturbations*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 17, 321*
1985. `
..11.3,43.1: especially atmos. surface layer*
HUNT, J.C.R.*
Turbulent diffusion from sources in complex flows*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 17, 447*
1985. `
..25.10: good review*
EISEMAN, P.R.*
Grid generation for fluid mechanics computations*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 17, 487*
1985. `
..24.7,25.3: good review*
LEONARD, A.*
Computing three-dimensional incompressible flows*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 17, 523*
1985. `
..19.1: -5/3 line in plot of vel. excursion vs. 1/(crossing time)*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
The universal nature of zero-crossing time and velocity scales in turbulent shear flows *
AIAA J. 23, 161*
1985. `
..59.0: good LDV data but no w*
DRIVER, D.M.; SEEGMILLER, H.L.*
Features of a reattaching turbulent shear layer in divergent channel flow*
AIAA J. 23, 163*
1985. `
..27.2,53.0: second order BL plus simple curvature fiddle*
EGHLIMA, A.; KLEINSTREUER, C.*
Numerical analysis of attached turbulent boundary layers along strongly curved surfaces*
AIAA J. 23, 177*
1985. `
..25.6: ONERA Paris*
DANG, K.T.*
Evaluation of simple subgrid-scale models for the numerical simulation of homogeneous turbulence*
AIAA J. 23, 221*
1985. `
..25.5: change in adjacent step length equals chem. reaction with rate eqn*
GREENBURG, J.B.*
A new self-adaptive grid method *
AIAA J. 23, 317*
1985. `
..42.2: natural vortices, not trailing*
PARKS, E.K.; WINGROVE, R.C.; BACH, R.E.; MEHTA, R.S.*
Identification of vortex-induced clear air turbulence using airline flight records*
J. Aircraft 22, 124*
1985. `
..27.2: Bristow simul. perturbation prog. (AIAA J 20, 1160, 82) better than Dvorak*
RUMSEY, C.L.*
Evaluation of a stalled airfoil analysis program*
J. Aircraft 22, 156*
1985. `
..54.0: submarine fin tip vortices, Re, c only 300,000*
LEE, H.; SCHETZ, J.A.*
Experimental results for Reynolds number effects on trailing vortices*
J. Aircraft 22, 158*
1985. `
..59.2: Flettner rotates again*
MORISSEAU, K.C.*
Marine application of Magnus effect devices*
Naval Engrs. J. vol. 97, no. 1, p. 51*
1985. `
..28.3:love and hate*
MANUEL, T.*
Unix update*
Electronics Week 4 March, p. 47*
1985. `
..28.3: bubble and shell progs for BBC - Beeb*
SURAC, N.*
Searching and sorting, Part 1*
BEEBUG Mag. vol. 3, no. 10, p. 28, April*
1985. `
..60.0,23.0: low freq but seems to scale on delta*
DOLLING, D.S.; OR, C.T.*
Unsteadiness of the shock wave structure in attached and separated compression ramp flows.*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 24*
1985. `
..29.6:pH-sensitive dye combinations*
GARDNER, R.A.*
Colorimetric flow visualization*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 33*
1985. `
..32.0: correlation or - better - Gaster's direct transform*
SRIKANTAIAH, D.V.; COLEMAN, H.W.*
Turbulence spectra from individual realization laser velocimetry data*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 35*
1985. `
..29.6,23.0: LIF for quantitative pressure fluctuation*
ACKERMANN, U.; BAGANOFF, D.; McDANIEL, J.C.*
Dependence of laser-induced fluorescence on gas-dynamic fluctuations with application to measurements in unsteady flows*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 45*
1985. `
..29.6,60.0: mainly Schlieren*
MUELLER, T.J.*
The role of flow visualization in the study of afterbody and base flows. A review*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 61*
1985. `
..29.6: two images and time correlation - part 2 on p. 277*
GRANDKE, T.*
Theory and application of the laser shadow technique. Part 1.*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 77*
1985. `
..31.1: error correlate on probe fibre diameter - viscous blockage?*
BOTTCHER, J.; ECKELMANN, H.*
Measurement of the velocity gradient with hot-film probes*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 87*
1985. `
..29.2: quasi-steady theory and some meas.*
CHO, S.H.; BECKER, H.A.*
Response of static pressure probes in turbulent streams*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 93*
1985. `
..59.0,17.2: more smoke pics*
FREYMUTH, P.; BANK, W.; PALMER, M.*
Reynolds number dependence of vortex patterns in accelerated flow around airfoils*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 109*
1985. `
..24.1,22.1: exciting lam. BL can synch. the pairing*
ZAMAN, K.B.M.Q.*
Far-field noise of a subsonic jet under controlled excitation*
J. Fluid Mech. 152, 83*
1985. `
..24.1,28.1: literally - digitized images*
JIMENEZ, J.; COGOLLOS, M.; BERNAL, L.P.*
A perspective view of the plane mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 152, 125*
1985. `
..29.6: align with stream surfaces but then flip*
SAVAS, O.*
On flow visualization using reflective flakes*
J. Fluid Mech. 152, 235*
1985. `
..59.0,24.1: further smoke pics*
FREYMUTH, P.; BANK, W.; PALMER, M.*
Further experimental evidence of vortex splitting*
J. Fluid Mech. 152, 289*
1985. `
..24.1: cold wires and laser - x,r plane only*
KOMORI, S.; UEDA, H.*
The large-scale coherent structure in the intermittent region of the self-preserving round free jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 152, 337*
1985. `
..24.1: very large indeed*
DZIOMBA, B.; FIEDLER, H.E.*
Effect of initial conditions on two-dimensional free shear layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 152, 419*
1985. `
..09.1: the dodgy meas.*
McCOMB, W.D.; CHAN, K.T.J.*
Laser-Doppler anemometer measurements of turbulent structure in drag-reducing fibre suspensions*
J. Fluid Mech. 152, 455*
1985. `
..28.3: 6802 and BSR modules*
CIARCIA, S.*
Ciarcia's circuit cellar - build the home run control system. Part I Introduction*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 4, p. 102*
1985. `
..28.3: set of theme articles on AI *
MINSKY, M.*
Communication with alien intelligence*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 4, p. 126*
1985. `
..28.3:OK for 32 bit and multiple DMA*
GROPPO, R.*
S-100 bus adapted to 68000-based Unix computer*
Computer Design vol. 24, no. 3, p. 161*
1985. `
..25.2,25.7: just so - pretty pics.*
KUTLER, P.*
A perspective of theoretical and applied computational fluid dynamics*
AIAA J. 23, 328*
1985. `
..24.1,23.0,46.0: all fouled up by transition, as usual*
GUTMARK, E.; HO, C.M.*
Near-field pressure fluctuations of an elliptic jet*
AIAA J. 23, 354*
1985. `
..25.5: Issa's PISO algorithm - faster than SIMPLE*
BENODEKAR, R.W.; GODDARD, A.J.H.; GOSMAN, A.D.; ISSA, R.I.*
Numerical prediction of turbulent flow over surface-mounted ribs*
AIAA J. 23, 359*
1985. `
..24.7,25.3,24.1: not very inspired*
INOUE, O.*
Vortex simulation of a turbulent mixing layer*
AIAA J. 23, 367*
1985. `
..25.6,25.7: a bestiary of schemes*
COAKLEY, T.J.*
Implicit upwind methods for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 23, 374*
1985. `
..62.0: Wooler for initial rise, sxx-.85 for decay*
NUNN, R.H.*
Vorticity growth and decay in the jet in cross flow (TN)*
AIAA J. 23, 473*
1985. `
..29.5: just so - Brown, Boveri work.*
ACHARYA, M.; BORNSTEIN, J.; ESCUDIER, M.P.; VOKURKA, V.*
Development of a floating element for the measurement of surface shear stress*
AIAA J. 23, 410*
1985. `
..45.0,11.3: just so*
EIBECK, P.A.; EATON, J.K.*
Heat-transfer effects of a longitudinal vortex embedded in a turbulent boundary layer*
Mech. Engg Dept, Stanford paper*
1985. `
..59.2,27.4: up to 3 elements*
STEINBACH, D. *
Experimental and theoretical investigations of the flow around airfoil systems with ground effect*
DFVLR-FB 85-17*
1985. `
..21.2,32.2,24.1: some info on technique*
KOMPENHANS, J.; HOFER, H.R.; RANNENBERG, S.*
Untersuchung von Dichtegradientenschwankungen in einem turbulenten Freistrahl mit Hilfe der Laser Schlieren Kreuzstrahl Methode*
DFVLR-FB 85-19*
1985. `
..30.3: 80 cm dia, deformed by 64 jacks*
WEDEMEYER, E.; HEDDERGOTT, A.*
The rubber tube test section of the DFVLR in Gottingen*
DFVLR-FB 85-18*
1985. `
..28.1: Part I Jan 85*
FORSYTHE, W.*
A new method for the computation of digital filter coefficients - Part II*
Simulation, vol. 44, pt. 2, p. 75*
1985. `
..25.5,27.2: good summary and application to external flow*
MURTHY, K.N.S.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Computation of three dimensional viscous flows using a space-marching method*
J. Aircraft 22, 311*
1985. `
..61.0,49.0: mainly rectangular section S bend*
BALL, W.H.*
Tests of wall suction and blowing in highly offset diffusers*
J. Aircraft 22, 161*
1985. `
..44.2: phase averaged samples*
BREUGELMANS, F.A.E.; MATHIOUDAKIS, K.; CASALINI, F.*
Rotating stall cells in a low-speed axial flow compressor*
J. Aircraft 22, 175*
1985. `
..25.2,30.1: no marked decrease in use of ground test facilities*
KORKEGI, R.H.*
Impact of computational fluid dynamics on development test facilities*
J. Aircraft 22, 182*
1985. `
..27.2: CLMAX et al. - none accurate. See Rumsey p. 156*
BLASCOVICH, J.D.*
A comparison of separated flow airfoil analysis methods*
J. Aircraft 22, 208*
1985. `
..30.1: large but usable*
TREASTER, A.L.; GURNEY, G.B.; JACOBS, P.O.*
Sidewall boundary-layer corrections in subsonic, two-dimensional airfoil/hydrofoil testing*
J. Aircraft 22, 229*
1985. `
..06.0,57.0: correlates on h plus, even in pressure gradient*
NIGIM, H.H.; COCKRELL, D.J.*
Effects caused by small discrete two-dimensional roughness elements immersed in turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 153, 17*
1985. `
..25.6,19.2: small structures align with large scale strain - Rlambda up to 80*
KERR, R.M.*
Higher-order derivative correlations and the alignment of small-scale structures in isotropic numerical turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 153, 31*
1985. `
..19.3,25.6: test field model poor at high k*
HERRING, J.R.; McWILLIAMS, J.C.*
Comparison of direct numerical simulation of two-dimensional turbulence with two-point closure - the effects of intermittency*
J. Fluid Mech. 153, 229*
1985. `
..17.1: pseudo-wavelength 25D - simple rig*
SHEMER, L.; WYGNANSKI, I.; KIT, E.*
Pulsating flow in a pipe*
J. Fluid Mech. 153, 313*
1985. `
..11.3,19.1: pulse-heated mandoline*
BUDWIG, R.; TAVOULARIS, S.; CORRSIN, S.*
Temperature fluctuations and heat flux in grid-generated isotropic turbulence with streamwise and transverse mean-temperature gradients.*
J. Fluid Mech. 153, 441*
1985. `
..30.2,44.3: thickness can halve - simple calc.*
MURTHY, A.V.*
Corrections for attached sidewall boundary-layer effects in two-dimensional airfoil testing*
NASA CR 3873*
1985. `
..17.1: data from Stanford water tunnel*
BRERETON, G.J.; CARR, L.W.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Unsteady turbulent boundary-layer experiments with rapidly changing free-stream conditions*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 386 - Unsteady Aerodynamics, Gottingen*
1985. `
..17.1: chc. box and visc.-inviscid interaction*
CEBECI, T.; CARR, L.W.; KHATTAB, A.A.; SCHIMKE, S.M.*
Computational aspects of unsteady flows*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 386 - Unsteady Aerodynamics, Gottingen*
1985. `
..22.2: all mixed up with vortex streets*
CARTWRIGHT, M.*
The technology of turbulence*
New Scientist, 106, 1455*
1985. `
..61.0,11.6: discs on tube axis*
SIVASEGARAM, S.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Vortex shedding in disk-stabilized flames*
IC Mech. Engg Dept FS/85/1*
1985. `
..31.1: generalized k formula - large errors in getting vw with single slant wire*
PHILLIPS, W.R.C.*
Higher-order response equations for an inclined hot-wire*
J. Phys. E 18, 314*
1985. `
..31.1: arguments of coefficients differ between constant-U and constand-yaw calibrations*
BRUUN, H.H.; TROPEA, C.*
The calibration of inclined hot-wire probes*
J. Phys. E 18, 405*
1985. `
..31.1: see also Legg - here, u wire normal to plane of vee*
MATHIOUDAKIS, K.; BREUGELMANS, F.A.E.*
Use of triple hot wires to measure unsteady flows with large direction changes*
J. Phys. E 18, 414*
1985. `
..28.3: one word covers a variety of techniques for increasing computing speed*
KRAJEWSKI, R.*
Multiprocessing - an overview*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 5, p. 171*
1985. `
..28.3: This PC is geared towards business applications*
FINGER, A.*
IBM PC AT*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 5, p. 270*
1985. `
..50.0,60.0,23.0: increase near shock, surprise*
RAGHUNATHAN, S.; McADAM, R.J.W.*
The effect of freestream turbulence on pressure fluctuations in transonic flow*
Aero J. 89, 87*
1985. `
..24.4,16.2: TS-like waves near LE*
POLL, D.I.A.; PAISLEY, D.J.*
On the effect of wing taper and sweep direction on leading edge transition*
Aero J. 89, 109*
1985. `
..25.7,25.10: also Eiseman, p. 551*
BERGER, M.J.; JAMESON, A.*
Automatic adaptive grid refinement for the Euler equations*
AIAA J. 23, 561*
1985. `
..25.8,25.10: easy to generate well structured grid - see AIAA 24, 611 for FVM*
PELZ, R.B.; JAMESON, A.*
Transonic flow calculations using triangular finite elements*
AIAA J. 23, 569*
1985. `
..24.4: digital hot wire results*
WILKINSON, S.P.; MALIK, M.R.*
Stability experiments in the flow over a rotating disk*
AIAA J. 23, 588*
1985. `
..46.0: none*
POLLARD, A.; IWANIW, M.A.*
Flow from sharp-edged rectangular orifices - the effect of corner rounding (TN)*
AIAA J. 23, 631*
1985. `
..62.0: possible fault in data reduction program*
GILBERT, B.*
An investigation of turbulence mechanism in V/STOL upwash flow fields*
Grumman paper for Reno*
1985. `
..27.1: careful numerical checks*
McCROSKEY, W.J.; BAEDER, J.D.; BRIDGEMAN, J.O.*
Calculation of helicopter airfoil characteristics for high tip-speed applications*
Presented at 41st Ann. Forum of American Helicopter Soc.*
1985. `
..25.5,25.7: just so - MacCormack explicit method*
KURUVILA, G.; ANDERSON, J.D.*
A study of the effects of numerical dissipation on the calculation of supersonic separated flows*
AIAA-85-0301*
1985. `
..09.3:simple spanwise vortex in lam BL*
KINNEY, R.B.; TASLIM, M.E.; HUNG, S.C.*
Numerical study of large eddy breakup and its effect on the drag characteristics of boundary layers*
NASA CR 3884*
1985. `
..25.7,25.10:matching with metric discontinuities*
RAI, M.M.*
An implicit, conservative, zonal boundary scheme for Euler equation calculations*
NASA CR 3865*
1985. `
..30.3: 300 pages but incomplete descriptions and few drawings*
PENARANDA, F.E.; FREDA, M.S.*
Aeronautical facilities catalogue. Vol. 1 Wind tunnels*
NASA RP-1132*
1985. `
..28.2,25.2:published version - see NASA TM,'84 - Harv. non placet*
MEHTA, U.*
Knowledge-based systems for computational aerodynamics and fluid dynamics*
Knowledge-Based Problem Solving (J.S. Kowalik, Ed.) Prentice-Hall, Ch.6*
1985. `
..53.0:Hoffmann-like - uses undefined "effective curvature"*
SHIZAWA, T.; HONAMI, S.*
Experiments on turbulent boundary layers over a concave surface - response of turbulence to curvature.*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 21-1 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..05.0,01.1,24.7: 3D NS solutions - looks unstable*
LIU, N.S.; SHAMROTH, S.J.; McDONALD, H.*
On hairpin vortices as model of wall turbulence structure*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 2-1 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..31.1:significant heat transfer to wall - effect on wire not clear*
KRISHNAMOORTHY, L.V.; WOOD, D.H.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
The temperature field of a hot-wire adjacent to a conducting wall*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 11-15 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..31.1:includes numerical solutions - lam and turb calibns. differ*
CASTRO, I.P.; DIANAT, M.*
The pulsed wire skin-friction measurement technique*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 11-19 (Proc. p. 278)*
1985. `
..25.6,53.0:big uv diffusion on stable side of channel*
MOSER, R.D.; MOIN, P.*
Effects of wall curvature on turbulence statistics*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 21-7 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..18.2,53.0: 12 deg expansion at M = 1 . 76*
DUSSAUGE, J.P.*
The relaxation of a "relaminarized" turbulent boundary-layer in supersonic flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 2-27 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..43.2:trailer for 1990 to 1995 WOCE*
WOODS, J.D.*
The World Ocean Circulation Experiment*
Nature 314, 501*
1985. `
..31.1:bigger effects than Mani and Antonia*
KRISHNAMOORTHY, L.V.; WOOD, D.H.; ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Effect of wire diameter and overheat ratio near a conducting wall*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 121*
1985. `
..31.1,31.3:severe phase lag effects*
MAO, Z.X.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
The use of scalar transport probes to measure wall shear stress in a flow with imposed oscillations*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 129*
1985. `
..31.2:encore*
PETIT, C.; PARANTHOEN, P.; LECORDIER, J.C. GAJAN. P.*
Dynamic behaviour of cold wires in heated airflows (300 < T < 600K)*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 169*
1985. `
..31.1:errors due to parabolic law profile if wire spacing large*
CASTRO, I.P.; DIANAT, M.*
The measurement of skin friction with a pulsed wire gauge*
Univ. Surrey paper*
1985. `
..60.0:far from 2D - adv. p. g. makes things worse*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.*
Turbulent-boundary-layer developments in an adverse pressure gradient after an interaction with a normal shock wave*
J. Fluid Mech. 154, 43*
1985. `
..21.2:because of impeded entrainment - see also p. 111*
SCHNEIDER, W.*
Decay of momentum flux in submerged jets*
J. Fluid Mech. 154, 91*
1985. `
..25.9,25.7:nice particle paths in horseshoe in centre plane - colour graphics*
HUNG, C.M.; BUNING, P.G.*
Simulation of blunt-fin-induced shock-wave and turbulent boundary-layer interaction*
J. Fluid Mech. 154, 163*
1985. `
..12.1,12.3:RDT in right ballpark*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
The effect of contraction on a homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 154, 187*
1985. `
..25.6,53.0:internal waves - good agreement with Wigeland and Nagib*
BARDINA, J.; FERZIGER, J.H.; ROGALLO, R.S.*
Effect of rotation on isotropic turbulence - computation and modelling*
J. Fluid Mech. 154, 321*
1985. `
..13.0:constant in Rotta model is a tensor, too small to restore isotropy*
WEINSTOCK, J.; BURK, S.*
Theoretical pressure-strain term, experimental comparison, and resistance to large anisotropy*
J. Fluid Mech. 154, 429*
1985. `
..59.0:3D but apparently low AR*
KIYA, M.; SASAKI, K.*
Structure of large-scale vortices and unsteady reverse flows in the reattaching zone of a turbulent separation bubble*
J. Fluid Mech. 154, 463*
1985. `
..30.2,44.2:2D - same as Dedoussis*
OJHA, S.K.; SHEVARE, G.R.*
Exact solution for wind tunnel interference using the panel method*
Computers & Fluids, 13, 1*
1985. `
..25.7:sequence of explicit ops. - looks implicit*
MORETTI, G.*
Fast Euler solver for steady, one dimensional flows*
Computers and Fluids, 13, 61*
1985. `
..24.1,25.5:2D time dependent full NS*
SHIMIZU, A.; WADA, T.*
A numerical analysis of vortex growth in a two-dimensional jet*
Computers and Fluids, 13, 83*
1985. `
..30.2:derivation of Maskell-type formulae*
HACKETT, J.E.; SUGAVANAM, A.*
Recent developments in three-dimensional wake analysis*
Lockheed Georgia paper*
1985. `
..32.1:including results for V,W and uv*
BELL, J.H.; RODMAN, L.C.; MEHTA, R.D.*
Aspects of the design and performance of a 3-component LDV system*
Paper to be presented at the llth ICIASF Meeting on Instrumentation, Stanford*
1985. `
..45.0,44.2:Langston cascade*
MOORE, J.; ADHYE, R.Y.*
Secondary flows and losses downstream of a turbine cascade*
ASME 85-GT-64*
1985. `
..45.0,27.3:upwinded control volumes give no numerical mixing*
MOORE, J.; MOORE, J.G.*
Performance evaluation of linear turbine cascades using three-dimensional viscous flow calculations*
ASME 85-GT-65*
1985. `
..25.5:excellent review*
SHANG, J.S.*
An assessment of numerical solutions of the compressible Navier-Stokes equations*
J. Aircraft, 22, 353*
1985. `
..30.2:refers to WALINT panel method*
MABEY, D.G.; STEINIE, F.W.*
Computer studies of hybrid slotted working sections with minimum steady interference at subsonic speeds*
Aero. J. 89, 135*
1985. `
..25.7:had sole use of a 205*
RIZZI, A.*
Modelling vortex flowfield by supercomputers with super-size memory*
Aero. J. 89, 149*
1985. `
..31.1,28.1:FM, not true digital*
WALKER, M.D.; MAXEY, M.R.*
A whirling hot-wire anemometer with optical data transmission*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 18, 516*
1985. `
..25.5:colour graphics*
SCOTT, J.N.; HANKEY, W.L.*
Numerical simulation of cold flow in an axisymmetric centerbody combustor*
AIAA J. 23, 641*
1985. `
..25.5:hybrid upwind and central differences*
LI, C.P.*
A finite difference method for solving unsteady viscous flow problems*
AIAA J. 23, 659*
1985. `
..27.3:usual McDonald method for Shabaka*
GORSKI, J.J.; GOVINDAN, T.R.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Computation of three-dimensional turbulent shear flows in corners*
AIAA J. 23, 685*
1985. `
..25.5,25.7:still bidiagonal, ignoring MacCormack's latest*
GUPTA, R.N.; GNOFFO, P.A.; MacCORMACK, R.W.*
Viscous shock-layer flowfield analysis by the explicit-implicit method*
AIAA J. 23, 723*
1985. `
..24.1: mainly refers to buoyancy, but MLs also - 3D instability*
KLAASEN, G.P.; PELTIER, W.R.*
The onset of turbulence in finite amplitude Kelvin Helmholtz billows*
J. Fluid Mech. 155, 1*
1985. `
..54.0,45.0:just so*
SHABAKA, I.M.M.A.; MEHTA, R.D.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Longitudinal vortices imbedded in turbulent boundary layers. Part 1. Single vortex*
J. Fluid Mech. 155, 37*
1985. `
..25.6,19.3:hairpin vortices*
MOIN, P.; KIM, J.*
The structure of the vorticity field in turbulent channel flow. Part 1. Analysis of instantaneous fields and statistical corrrelations*
J. Fluid Mech. 155, 441*
1985. `
..42.0: Thorney Island tests*
McQUAID, J.; ROEBUCK, B.*
Large scale field trials on dense vapour dispersion*
Health and Safety Executive, Safety Engg Lab. Sheffield Rept*
1985. `
..25.6:driven cavity example but intended for LES*
KIM, J.; MOIN, P.*
Application of a fractional step method to incompressible Navier Stokes equation*
J. Comp. Phys. 59, 308 and NASA TM 85898, N84-22328*
1985. `
..04.0,59.2:not very inspired review*
MUELLER, T.J.*
Low Reynolds number vehicles*
AGARDograph 288*
1985. `
..24.1,11.6:mixing can be stopped over a small x interval - x-wise osc*
ROBERTS, F.A.*
Effect of a periodic disturbance on structure and mixing in turbulent shear layers and wakes*
Thesis, Caltech.,AD-A149 278*
1985. `
..25.5:QUICK, Leonard parab. upwind, is best*
HUANG, P.G.; LAUNDER, B.E.; LESCHZINER, M.A.*
Discretization of non linear convective processes - a broad range comparison of four schemes*
Comp. Meth. Appl. Mech. and Engg 48, 1*
1985. `
..24.1,62.0: excited jet can break up into several streams*
LEE, M.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Bifurcating and blooming jets*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 1-7 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..24.1: very low freq. disturbances - due to transition?*
ALI, S.K.; KLEWICKI, C.L.; DISIMILE, P.J.; LAWSON, I.; FOSS, J.F.*
Entrainment region phenomena for a large plane shear layer*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 3-7 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..24.1,24.7: explosive destruction and recreation by shear instability - calcs*
STAQUET, C.; LESIEUR, M.*
Study of the mixing layer from the point of view of two-dimensional turbulence*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 3-27 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..24.1,24.7: vorticity eqns., in 2D only*
MANSOUR, N.N.; BARR, P.K.*
Simulation of turbulent mixing layers*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 3-33 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..24.1,25.6: Re, x=3 million - 8 x-wires, and highly-3D randomly forced simulation*
METCALFE, R.W.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; MENON, S.*
Coherent structures in a turbulent mixing layer - A comparison between direct numerical simulations and experiments*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 4-13 (Proc. p. 110)*
1985. `
..23.0,24.1: p(x,t) with Re, d=38000*
LONG, D.F.; ARNDT, R.E.A.*
The orthogonal decomposition of pressure fluctuations surrounding a turbulent jet*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 4-27 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..24.1,20.0:large scale vorticity in wake - highly educed*
HAYAKAWA, M.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Eduction of coherent structures in the turbulent plane wake*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 4-33 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..59.0,29.5,31.1: pulsed wall gauge*
ADAMS, E.W.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Effects of the upstream boundary layer thickness and state on the structure of reattaching flows*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 5-1 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..59.0: reversed flow intermittency at unspecified y *
KIYA, M.; SASAKI, K.*
Turbulence structure and unsteadiness in a separation-reattachment flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 5-7 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..23.0,50.0,59.0: blunt-nosed body - x,R reduced by FST*
HILLIER, R.; DULAI, B.S.*
Pressure fluctuations in a turbulent separated flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 5-13 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..59.0,24.1: vortex rings only at low Re - area ratio 3 and x,R=2D, max*
KHEZZAR, L.; WHITELAW, J.H.; YIANNESKIS, M.*
An experimental study of round sudden-expansion flows*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 5-25 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..59.0,24.1: large - backstep with turb. BL*
ROOS, F.W.; KEGELMAN, J.T.*
Influence of excitation on coherent structures in reattaching shear layers*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell (forum - not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..24.1,25.6: 2D or 3D? apparent global feedback from pairing*
GRINSTEIN, F.F.; ORAN, E.S.; BORIS, J.P.*
Simulation of asymmetric entrainment in spatially evolving planar shear flows*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell (forum - not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..47.2: not enough data presented - more?*
SARDA, O.P.; PATEL, V.C.*
An experimental study of turbulent flow past a ship hull*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 7-9 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..21.2,42.2: nozzle span vertical - tends to flatulence*
GIGER, M.; JIRKA, G.H.; DRACOS, T.*
Meandering jets in a shallow fluid layer*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 7-23 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..62.0: stubby stack contaminates results*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Wind tunnel experiments of cooling-tower plumes in the presence of cross flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 7-29 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..08.0,02.1: good conditional data but crude non-dimensionalizing*
SENDA, M.; TOMONARI, N.; SUZUKI, K.*
Intermittent structure of a transpired turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 9-1 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..01.1,23.0:see also Expts. in Fluids 4, 49, '86*
KOBASHI, Y.; ICHIJO, M.*
A structure model of turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 9-17 (not in Proc. - but see Expts. in Fluids 4, 49)*
1985. `
..25.6,01.1: nice perspective views of surfaces - direct simulation*
KIM, J.*
Evolution of a vortical structure associated with the bursting event in a channel flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 9-23 (Proc. p. 221)*
1985. `
..07.0,19.2: 1/k laws from overlap*
PERRY, A.E.; LIM, K.L.; HENBEST, S.M.*
A spectral analysis of smooth flat-plate boundary layers*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 9-29 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..09.1: just about recovers to log law*
BEWERSDORFF, H.W.; OHLENDORF, D.*
The influence of drag reducing surfactants on the structure of turbulence in pipe flows*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 9-41 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..09.1: u fluctuation peaks at y, plus = 50*
GAMPERT, B.; DELGADO, A.*
The Reynolds stress tensor in two-dimensional drag reducing channel flows*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 9-47 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..02.2,11.6: seems to be the "temperature ramp" phenomenon*
DRAKE, M.C.; SHYY, W.; PITZ, R.W.*
Superlayer contributions to conserved scalar PDFs in a H2 turbulent jet diffusion flame*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 10-13 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..23.0: De Haan-type tube - seems to give good Reynolds stress balance*
SHISHOV, E.V.; PLATOV, S.A.; ROGANOV, P.S.; ZABOLOTSKY, V.P.*
Contribution of pressure fluctuations to heat and momentum transfer processes in a turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. ll-25 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..13.0,12.2: sensible - requires model to tend to RDT*
LECOINTE, Y.; PIQUET, J.; VISONNEAU, M.*
Rapid term modelling of Reynolds stress closures with the help of rapid distortion theory*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 12-7 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..13.0: as distinct from asymptotic return to isotropy*
WEINSTOCK, J.; BURK, S.*
Theoretical pressure strain term - resistance to large anisotropies of stress and dissipation*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 12-13*
1985. `
..13.0: transport terms from one-point closure*
BERTOGLIO, J.P.; JEANDEL, D.*
A simplified spectral closure for inhomogeneous turbulence - Application to the boundary layer*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 12-19 (Proc. p. 19)*
1985. `
..13.0: Sheffield Chem/Fuel Dept - nonlinear addition to Rotta term*
VASQUEZ-MALEBRAN, S.A.; BOYSAN, F.*
On the modelling of the return to isotropy of homogeneous nonisotropic turbulence*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 12-25*
1985. `
..13.0: Rotta term OK in buoyant flow*
MOENG, C.H.; WYNGAARD, J.C.*
A study of the closure problem for pressure-scalar covariances*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 12-31*
1985. `
..25.6: just so - RNG*
McCOMB, M.A.; SHANMUGASUNDARAM, V.*
Further developments in the application of renormalisation group methods to the subgrid modelling problem*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 13-7*
1985. `
..11.3,21.2: coherent and random contributions to fluxes are roughly equal*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BRITZ, D.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Similarity between velocity and temperature fields in a turbulent plane jet*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 14-l*
1985. `
..53.0,11.3: detailed, including triples - St rises 50 percent more than cf*
GIBSON, M.M.; SERVAT-DJOO, K.*
Measurements in the heated turbulent boundary layer on a mildly curved concave surface*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 14-7 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..59.0,11.3: turbulent flux in recirculation region is small*
VOGEL, J.C.; EATON, J.K.*
The transport of heat in a turbulent reattaching flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 14-13 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..11.2,31.1,05.0: cantilevered V-shaped wire as slant wire - but dissipation estimated from inertial subrange formula in sublayer*
NAGANO, Y.; HISHIDA, H.*
Production and dissipation of turbulent velocity and temperature fluctuations in fully developed pipe flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 14-19 (not in Proc.)*
1985. `
..11.2: 0.5mm wires, 28mm BL*
KRISHNAMOORTHY, L.V.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Temperature dissipation near the wall of a turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 14-25*
1985. `
..50.0,24.1,13.0: new dissipation equation - see previous*
POPE, S.B.; HAWORTH, D.C.*
The mixing layer between turbulent fields of different scales*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 15-19 (Proc. p. 44)*
1985. `
..17.1: high freq. limit - discuss phase in Stokes layer*
BINDER, G.; TARDU, S.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.; KUENY, J.L.*
Large amplitude periodic oscillations in the wall region of a turbulent channel flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 16-l*
1985. `
..17.1: freq. range covers phase jump*
MAO, Z.X.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
Studies of the wall shear stress in a turbulent pulsating pipe flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 16-9 - JFM 170, 545*
1985. `
..17.1,13.0: upgraded sublayer modelling*
KEBEDE, W.; LAUNDER, B.E.; YOUNIS, B.A.*
Large-amplitude periodic pipe flow - a second-moment closure study*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 16-23*
1985. `
..25.6,53.0: brief results*
DANG, K.; ROY, P.*
Direct and large eddy simulation of homogeneous turbulence submitted to solid body rotation*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 17-l*
1985. `
..25.6,11.6,13.0: not combustion, just IC engine- new model for stress, dissipation and time scale*
WU, C.T.; FERZIGER, J.H.; CHAPMAN, D.R.*
Simulation of modeling of homogeneous, compressed turbulence*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 17-13 (not in Proc.), and Stanford Rept TF-21*
1985. `
..25.6: homo, DNS, 128 cubed - horseshoes, but less pronounced at Re, lambda = 70 than 14*
MOIN, P.; ROGERS, M.M.; MOSER, R.D.*
Structure of turbulence in the presence of uniform shear*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 17-21*
1985. `
..17.1: linear decrease with x - Stokes plus frozen slug*
BRERETON, G.J.; REYNOLDS, W.C.; CARR, L.W.*
Unsteady turbulent boundary layers - some effects of abrupt freestream velocity changes*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 18-l*
1985. `
..17.1: experiments - omega, plus from 0.0035 to 0.013 at Re, x less than one million*
COUSTEIX, J.; HOUDEVILLE, R.*
Turbulence and skin friction evolutions in an oscillating boundary layer*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 18-7*
1985. `
..17.1: sonic throat - but freq only 21 Hz*
COOK, W.J.; MURPHY, J.D.; OWEN, F.K.*
An experimental and computational study of turbulent boundary layers in oscillating flows*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 18-13*
1985. `
..13.0,14.0,25.5:stagger stresses and stabilize by extracting diffusivity part*
HUANG, P.G.; LESCHZINER, M.A.*
Stabilization of recirculating-flow computations performed with second-moment closures and third-order discretization*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 20-7*
1985. `
..25.5,25.10: basic theory and two examples*
PHILLIPS, R.E.; MILLER, T.F.; SCHMIDT, F.W.*
A multilevel-multigrid algorithm for axisymmetric recirculating flows*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 20-21*
1985. `
..25.5: just so - see other Vanka refs.*
VANKA, S.P.*
Block-implicit coupled calculation of internal fluid flows*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 20-27*
1985. `
..53.0: mean flow and Re stresses - at one z only*
KOYAMA, H.S.; OHUCHI, M.*
Effects of Coriolis force on boundary layer development*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 21-19*
1985. `
..53.0:vortex gens. reduce low freqs, of course*
BARLOW, R.S.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Velocity spectra for turbulent boundary layers on a concave surface*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 21-13*
1985. `
..53.0,20.0: preliminary meas., unspectacular - see thesis, 86*
WITT, H.T.; JOUBERT, P.N.*
Effect of rotation on a turbulent wake*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 21-25*
1985. `
..25.6,42,3: only 32 cubed, Re, lambda 20 to 40 - shear-periodic BCs.*
ELGHOBASHI, S.; GERZ, T.; SCHUMANN, U.*
Direct simulation of a turbulent homogeneous shear flow with buoyancy*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 22-7*
1985. `
..25.6,42.3: only 32 cubed, SGS - 3D turb pulsed by waves but some tendency to 2D turb.*
METAIS, O.*
Influence of stable stratification on three-dimensional isotropic turbulence*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 22-27*
1985. `
..13.0,44.1: requires near-wall damping near surface*
McGUIRK, J.J.; PAPADIMITRIOU, C.*
Buoyant surface layers under fully entraining and internal jump conditions*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 22-33*
1985. `
..32.1: 1 microsec switching of polarization to get 2 effective beams*
BAHNEN, R.H.; KOELLER, K.H.*
Two-component laser Doppler system with Pockels cell - first measurements in turbulent flows*
J. Phys. E 18, 684*
1985. `
..29.6: IC Chem Engg did it before Hampshire 1984*
POPOVICH, M.M.*
Comment on 'Flow visualization with stroboscopic illumination to provide an unambiguous record of direction'*
J. Phys. E 18, 716*
1985. `
..28.3: part of special report on microprocessor systems*
MOKHOFF, N.*
Complete systems now possible with 32-bit chip sets*
Computer Design 1 July, p. 77*
1985. `
..43.0,04.0,59.2: good PBL inner layer review*
TIELEMAN, H.W.*
A survey of the turbulence in the marine surface layer for the operation of low-Reynolds number aircraft*
VPI-E-85-10*
1985. `
..60.0: breather tubes between upper and lower surfaces*
MABEY, D.G.; LEE, P. *
Reduction of low frequency buffet from a bluff body at transonic speeds*
RAE TM Aero 2030*
1985. `
..50.0: RSM better than k, eps. but doesnt simulate length scale effect*
RODI, W.; SCHEUERER, G.*
Calculation of turbulent boundary layers under the effect of free stream turbulence*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 2-19*
1985. `
..59.0: Re,h=300,000 and Re, theta = 3000. Not in TSF 5*
DURST, F.; SCHMITT, F.*
Experimental studies of high Reynolds number backward-facing step flow*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 5-19*
1985. `
..13.0,16.1: similar to Rech. Aero paper*
ABID, R.; DELERY, J.; SCHMITT, R.*
An examination of turbulence models for a separating three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at 4th Int. Conf. on Num. Methods in Lam. and Turb. Flow, Swansea*
1985. `
..13.0, 25.5: real stress equation model*
JONES, W.P.; MARQUIS, A.J.*
Calculation of axisymmetric recirculating flows with a second order turbulent model*
Presented at 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Cornell, p. 20-1*
1985. `
..45.0,62.0: axial vortex in circular jet - funny results*
SHIBL, A.; SEIF, A.*
Influence of imposed vortex on the development of turbulent free shear flow*
Riyadh - to be AIAA paper*
1985. `
..13.0: useful review - a bit shaky on secondary flow*
NALLASAMY, M.*
A critical evaluation of various turbulence models as applied to internal fluid flows*
NASA Tech Paper 2474*
1985. `
..09.4,09.5: riblets, and flow under scales*
BECHERT, D.W.; HOPPE, G.*
On the drag reduction of the shark skin*
AIAA-85-0546*
1985. `
..62.0,61.0: large lateral spread*
HOGG, S.I.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
The three dimensional turbulent corner wall jet*
Aero. J. 89, 167*
1985. `
..27.2: similar to Long Beach paper*
WILLIAMS, B.R.*
The prediction of separated flow using a viscous-inviscid interaction method*
Aero. J. 89, 185*
1985. `
..62.0,46.0,25.8: four parallel jets on corners of a square*
BAKER, A.J.; ORZECHOWSKI, J.A.; STUNGIS, G.E.*
Prediction of secondary vortex flowfields generated by an interacting multiple free-jet configuration*
AIAA J. 23, 983*
1985. `
..62.0: 2D, inclined - normal stress meas. only*
ELBANNA, H.; SABBAGH, J.A.; RASHED, M.I.I.*
Interception of two equal turbulent jets*
AIAA J. 23, 985*
1985. `
..24.1: mainly splitter wake effects - non pairing oscillation*
BADRI NARAYANAN, M.A.; RAGHU, S.; TULAPURKARA, E.G.*
The nonequilibrium region of a mixing layer*
AIAA J. 23, 987*
1985. `
..15.0,25.4: RK in time after backward differences in space*
SWAFFORD, T.W.; WHITFIELD, D.L.*
Time-dependent solution of three-dimensional compressible turbulent integral boundary layer equations*
AIAA J. 23, 1005*
1985. `
..24.2: see Nosenchuck*
MAESTRELLO, L.; TING, L.*
Analysis of active control by surface heating*
AIAA J. 23, 1038*
1985. `
..14.0,55.0: Pope mod. makes things worse*
RUBEL, A.*
On the vortex stretching modification of the k-e turbulence model - radial jets*
AIAA J. 23, 1129*
1985. `
..25.5: spectral form of MacCormack implicit overestimates viscous effects, so use full scheme as post-processor*
LAVANTE, E. von; LYER, V.S.V.*
Simplified implicit block bidiagonal finite difference method for solving the Navier-Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 23, 1130*
1985. `
..25.5,44.2: inviscid and viscous*
McNALLY, W.D.; SOCKOL, P.M.*
Review - computational methods for internal flows with emphasis on turbomachinery*
ASME J. Fluids Engg 107, 6*
1985. `
..29.2: still shear errors*
SITARAM, N.; TREASTER, A.L.*
A simplified method of using four-hole probes to measure three-dimensional flow fields*
ASME J. Fluids Engg 107, 31*
1985. `
..06.0: spanwise bars - fairly useful. See JFE 106, 405*
NOURMOHAMMADI, K.; HOPKE, P.K.; STUKEL, J.J.*
Turbulent air flow over rough surfaces. II Turbulent flow parameters*
ASME J. Fluids Engg 107, 55*
1985. `
..21.1,14.0: showing singularity at edge*
PAULLAY, A.J.; MELNIK, R.E.; RUBEL, A,; RUDMAN, S.; SICLARI, M.J.*
Similarity solutions for plane and radial jets using a k-e turbulence model*
ASME J. Fluids Engg 107, 79*
1985. `
..42.4,53.0: convection rolls rather than crossflow instab. of Ekman layer - maybe relevant to T-G in 3D BL*
MASON, P.J.*
A numerical study of cloud streets in the planetary boundary layer*
Boundary-Layer Met. 32, 281*
1985. `
..31.1: - probe in xy plane, sheared but far from surface*
BOTTCHER, J.; MARSCHALL, E.; JOHNSON, G.*
Investigation of the flowfield immediately upstream of a hot film probe*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 215*
1985. `
..62.0: so so*
SO, R.M.C.; AHMED, S.A.; MONGIA, H.C.*
Jet characteristics in confined swirling flow*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 221*
1985. `
..32.2: electronic Tritton*
NOSSEIR, N.S.; DAGAN, B.*
Tests of a fiber-optic velocity transducer*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 239*
1985. `
..25.6: cross-stresses non-invariant but model is invariant*
SPEZIALE, C.G.*
Galilean invariance of subgrid-scale stress models in the large-eddy simulation of turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 156, 55*
1985. `
..59.0: disc at front gives a torpedo-like shape*
KOENIG, K.; ROSHKO, A.*
An experimental study of geometrical effects on the drag and flow field of two bluff bodies separated by a gap*
J. Fluid Mech. 156, 167*
1985. `
..50.0,09.2,09.5: reduced*
MADAVAN, N.K.; DEUTSCH, S.; MERKLE, C.L.*
Measurements of local skin friction in a microbubble-modified turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 156, 237*
1985. `
..16.2: some support for Van den Berg sublayer law*
DEMETRIADES, A.; McCULLOUGH, G.*
Mean-flow measurements in a supersonic three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 156, 401*
1985. `
..09.1,05.0: drag reduction only when polymer ejected from sublayer*
TIEDERMAN, W.G.; LUCHIK, T.S.; BOGARD, D.G.*
Wall layer structure and drag reduction*
J. Fluid Mech. 156, 419*
1985. `
..28.1: one of a group of papers - see Moffat*
KLINE, S.J.*
The purposes of uncertainty analysis*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 153*
1985. `
..28.1: see also Kline*
MOFFAT, R.J.*
Using uncertainty analysis in the planning of an experiment*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 173*
1985. `
..27.2: simple free-streamline model for wake*
CELIK, I.; PATEL, V.C.; LANDWEBER, L.*
Calculation of the mean flow past circular cylinders by viscous-inviscid interaction*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 218*
1985. `
..06.0: form drag and blockage*
TAYLOR, R.P.; COLEMAN, H.W.; HODGE, B.K.*
Prediction of turbulent rough-wall skin friction using a discrete element approach*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 251*
1985. `
..21.2,32.1: painstaking - LDV values lower than HWA*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; CHANDRASEKHARA, M.S.*
LDA measurements in plane turbulent jets*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 264*
1985. `
..25.10,25.7:not seen - see TM-85989, 1984*
NAKAHASHI, K.; DEIWERT, G.S.*
A self-adaptive grid control method with application to airfoil flow*
AIAA-85-1525-CP*
1985. `
..59.2,54.0: drooped l.e. flap plus near-horizontal tab - expts*
HOFFLER, K.D.; RAO, D.M.*
An investigation of the tabbed vortex flap*
J. Aircraft 22, 490*
1985. `
..42.2: measured velocity field*
FROST, W.; CHANG, H.P.; McCARTHY, J.; ELMORE, K.L.*
Aircraft performance in a JAWS microburst*
J. Aircraft 22, 561*
1985. `
..25.7,26.2: transonic full-pot. eqn. - see p. 467 for grid*
SHMILOVICH, A.; CAUGHEY, D.A.*
Multigrid calculation of transonic flow past wing-tail-fuselage combinations*
J. Aircraft 22, 581*
1985. `
..59.2,54.0: plots of cf, cp but not secondary flow*
DeJARNETTE, F.R.; WOODSON, S.H.*
Numerical and experimental determination of secondary separation on delta wings in subsonic flow*
J. Aircraft 22, 602*
1985. `
..24.2: localized inflexion behind trip does not necessarily produce instability*
SMITH, F.T.; BODONYI, R.J.*
On short-scale inviscid instabilities in flow past surface-mounted obstacles and other non-parallel motions*
Aero. J. 89, 205*
1985. `
..25.7: Salford - captures shocks by switching between MacCormack and Beam/Warming*
CAUSON, D.M.; FORD, P.J.*
Numerical solutions of the Euler equations governing axisymmetric and three dimensional transonic flow*
Aero. J. 89, 226*
1985. `
..31.1: droop in calibn. for l/d < 200*
KUHN, W.; DRESSLER, B.*
Experimental investigations on the dynamic behaviour of hot-wire probes*
J. Phys. E. 18, 614*
1985. `
..24.1,45.0: nice pairing*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
The discrete vortices from a delta wing*
AIAA J. 23, 961*
1985. `
..17.2: chord Re 45000 - USAF Academy*
WALKER, J.M.; HELIN, H.E.; STRICKLAND, J.H.*
An experimental investigation of an airfoil undergoing large-amplitude pitching motions*
AIAA J. 23, 1141*
1985. `
..25.7,25.9: C-O mesh, M= 0 . 82 with shock*
MANSOUR, N.N.*
Computation of the tip vortex of a low-aspect-ratio wing*
AIAA J. 23, 1143*
1985. `
..21.2,62.0: Str up to 0.0048 - the jet flaps*
LAI, J.C.S.; SIMMONS, J.M.*
Instantaneous velocity measurements in a vane-excited plane jet*
AIAA J. 23, 1157*
1985. `
..24.1,24.7: 2D vorticity calcs and simple expt*
McINVILLE, R.M.; GATSKI, T.B.; HASSAN, H.A.*
Analysis of large vortical structures in shear layers*
AIAA J. 23, 1165*
1985. `
..18.2: shock tube - rms intensities increase by factor 3 for factor 3 increase of total T across shock*
TROLIER, J.W.; DUFFY, R.E.*
Turbulence measurements in shock-induced flows*
AIAA J. 23, 1172*
1985. `
..24.1,11.6: asymmetric entrainment, not explained by gradient transport*
KOOCHESFAHANI, M.M.; DIMOTAKIS, P.E.; BROADWELL, J.E.*
A "Flip" experiment in a chemically reacting turbulent mixing layer*
AIAA J. 23, 1191*
1985. `
..29.5: like Pontikos but fences only 1 . 4 mm long*
HIGUCHI, H.*
A miniature, directional surface-fence gage*
AIAA J. 23, 1195*
1985. `
..25.5: 1981 method abandoned - now flux-split pentadiagonal implicit stage*
MacCORMACK, R.W.*
Current status of numerical solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations*
AIAA-85-0032*
1985. `
..17.2: good Ames-type review - unsteady vortex interaction included*
McCROSKEY, W.J.; BAEDER, J.D.*
Some recent advances in computational aerodynamics for helicopter applications*
Int. Symp. on Comp. Fluid Dyn., Tokyo and NASA TM 86777*
1985. `
..54.0,45.0: idiosycratic but interesting*
HUNT, J.C.R.*
Vorticity and vortex dynamics in complex turbulent flows*
Presented at Canadian Congress of Appl. Mech.*
1985. `
..24.1,32.1: 4 foci for spanwise vorticity - interpolated to get all 4 vels. simultaneously*
LANG, D.B.*
Laser doppler velocity and vorticity measurements in turbulent shear layers*
PhD Thesis, Caltech, Univ. Microfilms DA8519549*
1985. `
..24.2: slightly disappointing review - which way do horseshoes go?*
RILEY, J.J.; GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
The dynamics of turbulent spots*
Frontiers in Fluid Mech. (S.H. Davis and J.L.Lumley, Eds., Springer) p. 123*
1985. `
..28.2: not seen - upgrade of 1975 book?*
BEAUCHAMP, K.G.*
Applications of Walsh and related functions - with an introduction to sequency theory*
Academic Press*
1985. `
..28.3,28.2: one of an Imperial College series in this issue, inc. Hope and Piolos*
KOWALSKI, R.*
Logic programming*
BYTE vol. 10, no.8, p. 161*
1985. `
..25.1,44.1,05.5: nominally for free surface flows but applicable to any open or closed surface*
McDONALD, B.E.; WITTING, J.M.*
A conservation law related to Kelvin's circulation theorem*
J. Comp. Phys. 56, 237*
1985. `
..25.10,25.6,28.1: for spectral methods or general FFT*
CAIN, A.B.; FERZIGER, J.H.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Discrete orthogonal function expansions for non-uniform grids using the fast Fourier transform*
J. Comp. Phys. 56, 272*
1985. `
..62.0,01.2: still small jet vel - T.cond. sampling*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
On the structure of jets in a crossflow*
J. Fluid Mech. 157, 163*
1985. `
..24.1: discusses shape of vortex cores*
POZRIKIDIS, C.; HIGDON, J.J.L.*
Nonlinear Kelvin-Helmholtz instability of a finite vortex layer.*
J. Fluid Mech. 157, 225*
1985. `
..59.0, 31.1: flying hot wire*
THOMPSON, B.E.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Characteristics of a trailing-edge flow with turbulent boundary-layer separation*
J. Fluid Mech. 157, 305*
1985. `
..53.0: still claims spiral streamlines*
WATMUFF, J.H.; WITT, H.T.; JOUBERT, P.N.*
Developing turbulent boundary layers with system rotation.*
J. Fluid Mech. 157, 405*
1985. `
..24.4: his - useful - point of view*
NARASIMHA, R.*
The laminar-turbulent transition zone in the boundary layer*
Prog. in Aerospace Sci. 22, 29*
1985. `
..30.1: cryogenic*
HOLMES, H.K.*
Model measurements in the National Transonic Facility*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 1*
1985. `
..29.5: wire-and-cavity skin friction gauge*
BLANCHARD, A.*
Instrumentation and testing techniques in the T2 transonic cryogenic wind tunnel at the ONERA/CERT*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 9*
1985. `
..32.1,30.3: fibre optics - 200 psi*
SEEGMILLER, H.L.*
Development of a new LDV for the Ames high Reynolds number channel no.II*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 36*
1985. `
..32.1: former pumps latter - different colour*
PFEIFER, H.J.*
A new optical system for three-dimensional laser-Doppler velocimetry using an Argon-ion laser and a dye laser*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 56*
1985. `
..31.1,31.2: Langley man - responds to rho, u and To, not just rho x u*
STAINBACK, P.C.*
A review of hot wire anemometry in transonic flows*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 67*
1985. `
..29.6,28.1: parallel architecture*
MORAITIS, C.S.; MAISTROS, J.G.*
A microcomputer system for real time digitized image compression*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 133*
1985. `
..32.2: LIF - only temperature fluctuations shown*
GROSS, K.P.; McKENZIE, R.L.; LOGAN, P.*
Simultaneous measurements of temperature density, and pressure in a turbulent flow using laser-induced fluorescence*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 217*
1985. `
..30.1: spanwise slats*
PARKINSON, G.V.; HAMEURY, M.*
Development of the tolerant wind tunnel*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 228*
1985. `
..32.2: holographics interferometer*
LEE, G.; PERRY, R.*
A tomographic technique for aerodynamics at subsonic speeds*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 269*
1985. `
..32.2: good general review*
BACHALO, W.*
Application of optical interferometry in compressible flows*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 277*
1985. `
..32.1: severe*
ADDY, A.L.; PETRIE, H.L.; SAMIMY, M.*
An evaluation of LDV velocity and fringe bias effects in separated high speed turbulent flow*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford, p. 296*
1985. `
..44.2,32.1: LDV for eddy shedding*
STRUNCK, V.*
On an unsteady flow 2D LDA application in a turbulent wake*
Presented at 11th ICIASF, Stanford, p. 251*
1985. `
..45.0,32.1:very poor results for cross stresses*
SCHEIMAN, J.; KUBENDRAN, L.R.*
Laser velocimeter measurements in a wing fuselage type junction*
Presented at llth ICIASF, Stanford*
1985. `
..59.2:useful intro.*
CONWAY, A.*
Windpower makes a comeback*
Engineering 225, 488, Sept.*
1985. `
..29.6:admirably detailed instructions - and warnings about drag increments*
DOBNEY, D.G.; HANSON, P.; FIDDES, S.P.*
The "minituft" surface flow visualisation method - experience of use in the RAE 5m pressurised low-speed wind tunnel*
RAE TM Aero 2038 - and Aero. J. 90, 10, 1986*
1985. `
..59.2:MacReady pterodactyl project for Smithsonian*
ANON.*
How to design a flying dinosaur*
Machine Design vol. 57, no. 19, p. 26, Aug.*
1985. `
..16.1,16.2:reviews by Yosh, Michel, Hornung, v.d. Berg, Young, Cebeci, Whitehead*
ANON.*
Three dimensional boundary layers*
AGARD Rept 719*
1985. `
..54.0: just so - not much recent, and see M.G. Hall Ann Rev '72*
HALL, J.L.*
An introduction to vortex breakdown and vortex core bursting*
NAE Canada Aero Note NAE-AN-28*
1985. `
..14.0,43.1:needs an f term in the diss eqn of K, eps. for Ekman layer*
DETERING, H.W.; ETLING, D.*
Application of the k, eps. turbulence model to the atmospheric boundary layer*
Boundary-Layer Met. 33, 113*
1985. `
..43.1,13.0:purely theoretical - Onsager - but educative*
CLAUSSEN, M.*
A model of turbulence spectra in the atmospheric surface layer*
Boundary-Layer Met. 33, 151*
1985. `
..43.1:full depth convective motions penetrate surface layer - convective cells*
SCHOLS, J.L.J.; JANSEN, A.E.; KROM, J.G.*
Characteristics of turbulent structures in the unstable atmospheric surface layer*
Boundary-Layer Met. 33, 173*
1985. `
..43.1,11.4,06.0:fluxes and triples, inc. joint prob. dists*
MAITANI, T.; SEO, T.*
Turbulent transport of scalar quantities within and above a paddy field*
Boundary-Layer Met. 33, 197*
1985. `
..43.1,23.0:pressure at surface only -interesting but unrealistic*
MAITANI, T.; SEO, T.*
Estimates of velocity-pressure and velocity-pressure gradient interactions in the surface layer over plant canopies*
Boundary-Layer Met. 33, 51*
1985. `
..25.7:chat review - in ICASE/NASA Workshop on theoretical approaches to turbulence*
CHAPMAN, G.T.; TOBAK, M.*
Observations, theoretical ideas and modeling of turbulent flows - past, present and future*
NASA-TM-86679, N85-27167*
1985. `
..25.7,28.2:helpful comments on graphical output*
STEGER, J.L.; BUNING, P.L.*
Developments in the simulation of compressible inviscid and viscous flow on supercomputers*
NASA-TM-86674, N85-19924*
1985. `
..01.1,28.1,11.6: expression for autocorrelation of random telegraph signals - Rice*
BRAY, K.N.C.; LIBBY, P.A.*
Passage times and flamelet crossing frequencies in premixed turbulent combustion*
UCSD paper*
1985. `
..09.4,05.0,29.6: VITA on wall stress between riblets only - smoke wire too*
CHOI, K.S.*
Near-wall turbulence structure on a riblet wall*
BMT Ltd Paper*
1985. `
..55.0,53.0: low-speed expts and BFA calcs - a,1 decreases*
LAI, E.; SQUIRE, L.C.*
Boundary-layer development on the afterbody of an engine nacelle*
J. Fluid Mech. 158, 23*
1985. `
..25.6,42.3: straight Smago but useful progress report*
EIDSON, T.M.*
Numerical simulation of the turbulent Rayleigh-Benard problem using subgrid modelling*
J. Fluid Mech. 158, 245*
1985. `
..24.1: correlations outside layer - delayed pub. version.*
BROWAND, F.K.; TROUTT, T.R.*
The turbulent mixing layer - geometry of large vortices*
J. Fluid Mech. 158, 489*
1985. `
..59.2,04.0: Re from 50000 to 610000 - severe performance loss below 300000*
GALBRAITH, R.A.McD.*
The aerodynamic characteristics of a GU25-5(ll)8 aerofoil for low Reynolds numbers*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 253*
1985. `
..32.2,29.6: for axi. flow - Abel transform for point resolution*
GRANDKE, T.*
Theory and application of the laser shadow technique. Part 2*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 277*
1985. `
..28.2,28.3: RISC*
WALLICH, P.*
Towards simpler, faster computers*
IEEE Spectrum vol. 22, no.8, p. 38, Aug.*
1985. `
..27.1,25.5: NS calcs - test case for interaction calcs.*
KING, L.S.; JOHNSON, D.A.*
Comparison of supercritical airfoil flow calculations with wind tunnel results*
AIAA J. 23, 1301*
1985. `
..13.0,04.0: just so*
PATEL, V.C.; RODI, W.; SCHEUERER, G.*
Turbulence models for near-wall and low Reynolds number flows - a review*
AIAA J. 23, 1308*
1985. `
..23.0: not believable - pitot plus hot film probe*
KOMERATH, N.M.; HEGDE, U.G.; STRAHLE, W.C.*
Turbulent static pressure fluctuations away from flow boundaries*
AIAA J. 23, 1320*
1985. `
..30.2: IC metal vs. plastic work*
MEHTA, R.D.*
Turbulent boundary layer perturbed by a screen*
AIAA J. 23, 1335*
1985. `
..13.0: hybrid k, eps. and RSM - muddies the waters*
AMANO, R.S.; GOEL, P.*
Computations of turbulent flow behind backward-facing steps using Reynolds-stress closure*
AIAA J. 23, 1356*
1985. `
..24.2: convex not concave*
MALIK, M.R.; POLL, D.I.A.*
Effect of curvature on three-dimensional boundary layer stability*
AIAA J. 23, 1362*
1985. `
..61.0: cleaning up a drogue box*
MABEY, D.G.*
Elimination of buffeting on the rear fuselage of the Hercules tanker*
RAE TM 2032 and Aero. J. 88, 339*
1985. `
..25.7,25.10: 5 Cray sec for 128x16 C mesh*
HALL, M.G.*
Cell-vertex multigrid schemes for solution of the Euler equations*
RAE TM 2029*
1985. `
..27.2: fiddle as before for p. g. - see Pouagare etc.*
KIRTLEY, K.R.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Computation of internal incompressible separated flows using a space-marching technique*
AIAA-85-1624*
1985. `
..17.1: lam solns, with no singularity - crude turb. solns.*
HINDASH, I.O.*
Theoretical investigation of laminar and turbulent unsteady boundary layers along a flat plate*
PhD thesis, University of Colorado*
1985. `
..46.0: Ames calcs of Zamir-like secondary flow in laminar entry*
DAVIS, D.O.; GESSNER, F.B.; KERLICK, G.D.*
Experimental and numerical investigation of supersonic flow through a square duct*
AIAA-85-1622*
1985. `
..30.2:just so*
GANZER, U.*
A review of adaptive wall wind tunnels*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 22, 81*
1985. `
..28.3,13.0,28.1:one of a series on social science*
HOUSTON, T.R.*
Why models go wrong*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 10, p. 151*
1985. `
..24.6,27.1: thickness definitions for curved surfaces with dp/dy*
MONNOYER, F.*
Three dimensional higher order boundary layers*
VKI TN 155*
1985. `
..29.6:uses 1kW mercury lamp*
MORRIS, O.A.; CORLETT, W.A.; WASSUM, D.L.; BABB, C.D.*
Vapor screen technique for flow visualization in the Langley unitary plan wind tunnel*
NASA TM 86384*
1985. `
..27.2,54.0,59.2:McCroskey associate - Euler and PNS*
SRINIVASAN, G.R.*
Computations of two dimensional airfoil vortex interactions*
NASA CR 3885*
1985. `
..30.2:unsteady flow too*
DURBIN, P.A.; MURAMOTO, K.K.*
Flow through very porous screens*
NASA TP 2436*
1985. `
..28.3:compares Bell and CCITT*
REPKO, M.*
Modem standards aimed at modern transmission speeds*
Comp. Design Vol. 24, no. 9, p. 119, August 1*
1985. `
..25.7: Euler implicit with time derivatives in continuity - not Lakshmi*
CHOI, D.; MERKLE, C.L.*
Application of time iterative schemes to incompressible flow*
AIAA J. 23, 1518*
1985. `
..30.1: update of AR-174 (1982)*
NORTH, R.J.; SCHIMANSKI, D.*
Cryogenic test technology*
AGARD Advisory Report 212*
1985. `
..26.2: extremely long time scale*
WILLIAMS, M.H.; BLAND, S.R.; EDWARDS, J.W.*
Flow instabilities in transonic small-disturbance theory*
AIAA J. 23, 1491*
1985. `
..61.0,31.1: hot wires in separated flow - dodgy*
MERZ, R.A.; YI, C.H.; PRZIREMBEL, C.E.G.*
The subsonic near-wake of an axisymmetric semielliptical afterbody*
AIAA J. 23, 1512*
1985. `
..30.2: tabs in Langley 4 x 7 m*
MARTIN, R.M.; BROOKS, T.F.; HOAD, D.R.*
Reduction of background noise induced by wind tunnel jet exit vanes*
AIAA J. 23, 1631*
1985. `
..25.10,27.1: numerically generated body-fitted coords*
CHEN, H.C.; PATEL, V.C.*
Calculation of trailing-edge, stern and wake flows by a time-marching solution of the partially-parabolic equations*
IIHR Report 285*
1985. `
..31.1: triple probe and normally-inserted slant wire poor - Kleb w high*
LOFDAHL, L.*
A comparison of three different hot-wire techniques for the determination of the Reynolds stress tensor*
Presented at Euromech 202*
1985. `
..59.0,48.0: Prasit-like flow viz*
WILLIAMSON, C.H.K.*
Evolution of a single wake behind a pair of bluff bodies*
J. Fluid Mech. 159, 1*
1985. `
..24.1: fully turbulent initial BL - no actual evidence that structure is 2D*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; ZAMAN, K.B.M.Q.*
An experimental study of organised motions in the turbulent plane mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 159, 85*
1985. `
..16.2: just so*
BRADSHAW, P.; PONTIKOS, N.S.*
Measurements in the turbulent boundary layer on an 'infinite' swept wing*
J. Fluid Mech. 159, 105*
1985. `
..19.1,11.3,43.1: tidal channel - see JFM 144, 231*
GARGETT, A.E.*
Evolution of scalar spectra with the decay of turbulence in a stratified fluid.*
J. Fluid Mech. 159, 379*
1985. `
..44.2,22.1: good and noisy*
FURBER, S.B.*
The effect of very low axial clearances on the performance of an axial-flow compressor stage*
J. Fluid Mech. 159, 477*
1985. `
..59.2,54.0: nasty behaviour at high alpha*
ANDERSON, S.B.*
Handling qualities related to stall/spin accidents of supersonic fighter aircraft*
J. Aircraft 22, 875*
1985. `
..28.2: fairly low-level review*
HANCOCK, G.J.*
Aerodynamics - the role of the computer*
Aero. J. 89, 269*
1985. `
..28.3: differences from PC - PB has this issue*
NORTON, P.*
ROM BIOS extensions for the PC AT*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 11, p. 59*
1985. `
..28.3: 286 is fast already*
FRIED, S.R.*
The 8087/80287 performance curve*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 11, p. 66*
1985. `
..28.3: describes MMU and pipeline*
CLAFF, W.J.*
Moving from the 8088 to the 80286*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 11, p. 92*
1985. `
..28.3: better ones than DEBUG*
DRAKE, F.; McCAFFREY, A.; SADOWSKY, J.*
A survey of debuggers*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 11, p. 177*
1985. `
..45.0,11.3: ties up with Humphrey work*
JOHNSON, R.W.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
Local Nusselt number and temperature field in turbulent flow through a heated square-sectioned U-bend*
Int. J. Heat & Fluid Flow 6, 171*
1985. `
..17.1,17.2: preview of required research especially on unsteady vortices*
LANG, J.D.; FRANCIS, M.S.*
Unsteady aerodynamics and dynamic aircraft maneuverability*
In AGARD Symposium on "Unsteady Aerodynamics", AGARD CP 386*
1985. `
..45.0,16.2,61.0: streamlined cyl - mean flow only*
HARSH, M.D.; PIERCE, F.J.*
An experimental investigation of a turbulent junction vortex*
VPI-E-85-4*
1985. `
..12.2,14.0,25.6: proper orthogonal decomposition*
HONG, S.K.; RUBESIN, M.W.*
Application of large eddy interaction model to channel flow*
NASA TM 86691*
1985. `
..11.3: surface T up to 520C - Nielsen work*
SIEBERS, D.L.; MOFFATT, R.F.; SCHWIND, R.G.*
Experimental, variable properties natural convextion from a large, vertical flat surface*
J. Heat Transfer 107, 124*
1982. `
..42.3,46.0: see Haines and Smith's roll vortices, Nature 306, 351, 1983*
SMITH, M.C.; HAINES, D.A.*
Discussion of "An experimental study of mixed, forced and free convection heat transfer" X.A.Wang, JHT 1982*
J. Heat Transfer 107, 738*
1985. `
..28.3: 80386 etc*
BARNEY, C.*
How Intel aims to regain momentum*
Comp Design vol. 58, no. 42, p. 47, 21 Oct*
1985. `
..16.1,16.2: Eppler method on Lansen fin model*
ARONSON, D.; LEKANDER, P.*
Experimental and computational analysis of the flow on a swept wing with small aspect ratio at low Reynolds numbers*
FFA TN 1985-52*
1985. `
..48.0,27.4,59.0: flat plate with cylinder at h/d=l.3*
MULLER, U.R.*
Measurements of mean flow and Reynolds stress dynamics in a relaxing boundary layer*
RWTH Aachen paper*
1985. `
..25.5: TEACH-like plus QUICK*
FREITAS, C.J.; STREET, R.L.; FINDIKAKIS, A.G.; KOSEFF, J.R.*
Numerical simulation of three-dimensional flow in a cavity*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Fluids 5, 561*
1985. `
..29.2: straightfoward and useful intro to yawmeters*
WICKENS, R.H.; WILLIAMS, C.D.*
Calibration and use of five-hole flow direction probes for low speed wind tunnel application*
Canadian NAE-AN-29*
1985. `
..16.2,24.4:massive scale effects*
POLL, D.I.A.*
On the effects of boundary layer transition on a cylindrical afterbody at incidence in low speed flow*
Aero. J. 89, 315*
1985. `
..53.0: delta/R = .055 - no w meas*
BARLOW, R.S.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Structure of turbulent boundary layers on a concave surface*
Stanford Univ. Rept. MD-47*
1985. `
..01.1,09.3:they suspect net drag reduction may not be possible*
MUMFORD, J.C.; SAVILL, A.M.*
Parametric studies of flat plate turbulence manipulators including direct drag results and laser flow visualization*
Laminar Boundary layers - FED, vol. 11, p. 41 (ASME book no 100167, E.M. Uram and H.E. Weber, Eds.)*
1985. `
..29.5,31.1:exhaustive discussion*
MATHEWS, J.; POLL, D.I.A.*
The theory and application of heated films for the measurement of skin friction*
Cranfield CoA Rept 8515*
1985. `
..24.1,29.6: LIF - 3D eddies*
DAHM, W.J.A.*
Experiments on entrainment, mixing and chemical reactions in turbulent jets at large Schmidt number*
PhD thesis, Caltech*
1985. `
..25.5,25.10:good review - spring analogy is good*
THOMPSON, J.F.*
A survey of dynamically adaptive grids in the numerical solution of partial differential equations*
Appl. Num. Methods 1, 3*
1985. `
..24.4,44.2:including Morkovin, Reshotko*
GRAHAM, R.W. (Ed.)*
Transition in turbines (NASA Lewis symposium 1984)*
NASA CP 2386*
1985. `
..24.4,50.0,04.0:preliminary results, mainly for low Re TBLs*
RESHOTKO, E.; PAIK, D.K.*
Transition in a disturbed environment*
In NASA CP 2386, p. 35*
1985. `
..59.0: same as tapered towers only different*
GRIFFIN, O.M.*
Vortex shedding from bluff bodies in a shear flow - a review*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 298*
1985. `
..25.10: curved boundaries as well as corners*
SRIDHER, K.P.; DAVIS, R.T.*
A Schwarz-Christoffel method for generating two-dimensional flow grids*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 330*
1985. `
..61.0: extension of Schofield work*
LOGAN, E.; LIN, S.H.; ISLAM, O.*
Flow formed by spanwise gaps between roughness elements*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 385*
1985. `
..43.1: simple spectral shape - but vertical diffusion matters on the unstable side*
CLAUSSEN, M.*
Estimation of the Monin-Obukhov similarity functions from a spectral model*
Boundary-Layer Met. 33, 233*
1985. `
..07.0,04.0: cf formula from wake law*
TANI, I.; MOTOHASHI, T.*
Non-equilibrium behaviour of turbulent boundary layer flows*
Proc. Japan Academy, 61, 333*
1985. `
..60.0: comprehensive review*
DELERY, J.M.*
Shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interaction and its control*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 22, 209*
1985. `
..28.3: just so - see also p. 62 . Author was first director*
PAKE, G.C.*
Research at Xerox PARC - a founder's assessment*
IEEE Spectrum vol. 22, no. 10, p. 54*
1985. `
..25.5: latest in a series - see Ames file*
CHANG, J.L.C.; KWAK, D.; DAO, S.C.; ROSEN, R.*
A three-dimensional incompressible flow simulation method and its application to the space shuttle main engine, Part II - turbulent flow*
AIAA-85-1670*
1985. `
..28.3: group of articles*
ROBINSON, P.*
Graphics hardware - the Amiga's custom graphics chips*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 11, p. 169*
1985. `
..28.3: can use AutoCAD with some patching - GKS compat, 640x480*
JADRNICEK, R.*
IBM's professional graphics system*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 11, p. 355*
1985. `
..31.3: acceptance cones - eventual good uv*
JAROCH, M.*
Development and testing of pulsed-wire probes for measuring fluctuating quantities in highly turbulent flows*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 315*
1985. `
..24.1,21.1: Re=7600 so symmetrical structures*
CHAMBERS, A.J.; ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Effect of symmetry and asymmetry of turbulent structures on the intersction region of a plane jet*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 343*
1985. `
..28.1,28.3,05.0: VTR, Colorado digitizer, VAX. Sublayer stats. support Ligrani fairly well*
LU, L.J.; SMITH, C.R.*
Image processing of hydrogen bubble flow visualization for determination of turbulence statistics and bursting characteristics*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 349*
1985. `
..32.0,31.1: small on u because a given particle has small width*
LUCHIK, T.S.; TIEDERMAN, W.G.*
Effect of spanwise probe volume length on laser velocimeter measurements in wall bounded turbulent flows*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 339*
1985. `
..31.1: optical fibre beam - not worth it for ordinary wire length*
TAKAGI, S.*
Hot-wire height gauge using a laser and photodiodes.*
Expts. in Fluids 3, 341*
1985. `
..25.10,25.5:short chat and few details*
NAPOLITANO, M.*
An incremental multigrid strategy for the fluid dynamics equations*
Yale U. DCS/RR-357, AD-A151 953*
1985. `
..62.0:still a mom discrepancy - but OK where dtau/dy = 0, of course*
GILBERT, B.L.*
An investigation of turbulence mechanisms in V/STOL upwash flow fields*
Grumman Rept RE-707, final rept on AFOSR F49620 82 C 0025*
1985. `
..62.0,25.5:VLES - spreading rate 33 percent*
CHILDS, R.E.; NIXON, D.*
Unsteady three dimensional simulations of a VTOL upwash fountain*
AIAA-85-0212 and NASA Ames Workshop (more results)*
1985. `
..28.2:deterministic recurrence relation settles down to 3 million period*
CLARK, R.N.*
A pseudorandom number generator*
Simulation 45, 252*
1985. `
..27.2,25.5: says NS takes only 20 percent more time than PNS - but storage?*
SHAMROTH, S.J.*
Calculation of steady and unsteady airfoil flow fields via the Navier Stokes Equations*
NASA CR 3899*
1985. `
..25.5:comparison of TEACH and PHOENICS - not really the numerics of BCs*
NALLASAMY, M.; CHEN, C.P.*
Studies on effects of boundary conditions in confined turbulent flow predictions*
NASA CR 3929*
1985. `
..28.3:just so*
MARRIN, K.*
Realtime and multiuser operating systems target IBM PC AT*
Comp. Design December, p. 135*
1985. `
..53.0,59.0,14.0: k, eps. calcs - Baskaran like flow*
BERGELES, G.C.*
Numerical calculation of turbulent flow around two dimensional hills*
J. Wind Engg and Indust. Aero. 21, 307*
1985. `
..25.6,19.3:uses DI - a bit better than dim. anal.*
YOSHIZAWA, A.; HORIUTI, K.*
A statistically derived subgrid scale kinetic energy model for the large eddy simulation of turbulent flows*
J. Phys. Soc. Japan 54, 2834*
1985. `
..15.0,44.2:a bit out of date but sound*
McDONALD, H.*
Computation of turbomachinery boundary layers*
Ch. 6 of "Aerothermodynamics of Aircraft Engine Components" (G.C. Oates, Ed.) AIAA*
1985. `
..61.0,16.2:rotating body at front, non-rotating rear so no dp/dy - see also AIAA-85-1610 and Rubesin AIAA 81-0416*
HEBBAR, K.S.; DRIVER, D.M.*
A three dimensional turbulent boundary layer undergoing transverse strain and streamwise pressure gradient*
NASA TM 86768*
1985. `
..53.0: thesis hill*
JOUBERT, P.N.; BASKARAN, V.; SMITS, A.J.*
On the interaction between the extra rates of strain in the boundary layer*
Proceedings, 2nd Int. Sympo. on Ship Viscous Resistance, Goteborg*
1985. `
..13.0,14.0,18.1: compressible version of Rept 62, '84 - useful review of models, too*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
A calculation method for two-dimensional or axisymmetric compressible boundary layer flows*
ARA Report 65*
1985. `
..29.6: LIF time-delay interference for secondary flow*
PURNELL, A.F.*
A Moire approach to flow velocimetry*
Presented at Euromech Colloquium 202, "Measurement Techniques in Low Speed Turbulent Flows"*
1985. `
..30.3: improved wide-angle diffuser*
OHMAN, L.H.; BROWN, D.; BOWKER, A.J.; ELLIS, F.A.*
Recent improvements to the NAE 5 ft x ft blowdown wind tunnel*
Canadian NAE-AN-31*
1985. `
..30.2: input to panel method*
MOKRY, M.*
Subsonic wall interference corrections for half-model tests using sparse wall pressure data*
NAE Aero Rept. LR-616*
1985. `
..28.2,22.2: mainly for computers*
WEISS, E.H.*
How to write a usable user manual*
ISI Press*
1985. `
..42.2: not only KH turbulence - windrows too*
THORPE, S.A.*
Small scale processes in the upper ocean boundary layer*
Nature 318, 519*
1985. `
..05.0: main cause is u in sweeps*
HEATHERSHAW, A.D.; THORNE, P.D.*
Sea-bed noises reveal role of turbulent bursting phenomenon in sediment transport by tidal currents*
Nature 316, 339*
1985. `
..54.0: interesting photos - PB has colour prints*
STEIN, D.E.*
Vortex generators, case history, use of vortex generators in aircraft design*
Boeing Airliner, Oct.-Dec., p.5*
1985. `
..29.2: 10-hole yaw and pitch probe*
KOHN, A.*
Flow field measurements in the 3-m x 3-m low speed windtunnel of the DFVLR in Gottingen*
DFVLR-Mitt. 85-14*
1985. `
..43.1: dissipation from du'/dz in ocean*
GREGG, M.C.*
Intensive measurements of turbulence and shear in the equatorial undercurrent*
Nature 318, 140*
1985. `
..59.2: useful review*
DRELA, M.; LANGFORD, J.S.*
Human-powered flight*
Scientific American, 253, 122*
1985. `
..43.0,55.0,62.0: ring vortex caused by lateral divergence in impinging jet*
LINDEN, P.F.; SIMPSON, J.E.*
Microbursts - a hazard for aircraft*
Nature 317, 601*
1985. `
..25.7:analytical soln. shows entropy max. in shock*
PIKE, J.*
Notes on the structure of viscous and numerically captured shocks*
Aero. J. 89, 889*
1985. `
..17.2: stall angle increased*
FRANCIS, M.S.; KEESEE, J.E.*
Airfoil dynamic stall performance with large-amplitude motions*
AIAA J. 23, 1653*
1985. `
..17.2,29.6: hysteresis loop depending on freq*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; HO, C.M.*
The pitching delta wing*
AIAA J. 23, 1660*
1985. `
..11.4: just so*
HAMMOND, G.P.*
Turbulent Prandtl number within a near-wall flow*
AIAA J. 23, 1668*
1985. `
..25.5,25.7: extension of Euler methods - unconditionally stable, finite vol. *
HOLLANDERS, H.: LERAT, A.; PEYRET, R.*
Three-dimensional calculation of transonic viscous flows by an implicit method*
AIAA J. 23, 1670*
1985. `
..62.0: two, inline or side by side - all stresses except vw*
ISAAC, K.M.; JAKUBOWSKI, A.K.*
Experimental study of the interaction of multiple jets with a cross flow*
AIAA J. 23, 1679*
1985. `
..13.0,14.0: published version of 84-0175 - now refers to Green and to McDonald*
JOHNSON, D.A.; KING, L.S.*
A mathematically simple turbulence closure model for attached and separated turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 23, 1684*
1985. `
..24.1,29.6: LIF - shows vortex core is fast fluid*
KOOCHESFAHANI, M.M.; DIMOTAKIS, P.E.*
Laser-induced fluorescence measurements of mixed fluid concentration in a liquid plane shear layer*
AIAA J. 23, 1700*
1985. `
..50.0: still Cambridge - 1-5Tu factor on cosine wake*
EVANS, R.L.*
Freestream turbulence effects on turbulent boundary layers in an adverse pressure gradient*
AIAA J. 23, 1814*
1985. `
..25.7: Rizzi vorticity can't be trusted*
HARTWICH, P.M.*
Finite difference solutions of the Euler equations in the vicinity of sharp edges*
AIAA J. 23, 1820*
1985. `
..25.10: mainly re "brick statue" internal mesh points*
MORETTI, G.*
Comment on "Second-order accurate boundary conditions for compressible flows"*
AIAA J. 23, 1838*
1985. `
..21.1,24.1: scattered Re/initial effects - transition or Kotsovinos*
LEMIEUX, G.P.; OOSTUIZEN, P.H.*
Experimental study of the behaviour of plane turbulent jets at low Reynolds number*
AIAA J. 23, 1845*
1985. `
..25.5: explicit more stable than implicit*
SHYY, W.*
Numerical outflow boundary condition for Navier-Stokes flow calculations by a line iterative method*
AIAA J. 23, 1847*
1985. `
..26.2,25.3: Green's third identity - not L.E. Erickson*
ERICKSON, L.L.; STRANDE, S.M.*
A theoretical basis for extending surface-panelling methods to transonic flow*
AIAA J. 23, 1860*
1985. `
..50.5,20.0: simple mean flow meas. show simple increase of mixing*
PAI, S.*
Freestream turbulence effects on wake properties of a flat plate at an incidence*
AIAA J. 23, 1868*
1985. `
..25.7: CDC personal computer again*
RIZZI, A.*
Three-dimensional solutions to the Euler equations with one million grid points*
AIAA J. 23, 1986*
1985. `
..59.0: less suction with thicker BL*
TANNER, M.*
Boundary-layer thickness and base pressure*
AIAA J. 23, 1987*
1985. `
..24.4,42.0,53.0: expts correlate on GoxGo + .3Gr*
KAMOTANI, Y.; LIN, J.K.; OSTRACH, S.*
Effect of destabilizing heating on Gortler vortices*
J. Heat Transfer 107, 877*
1985. `
..11.2,31.3: full practical details*
BAUGHN, J.W.; TAKASHASHI, R.K.; HOFFMAN, M.A.; McKILLOP, A.A.*
Local heat transfer measurements using an electrically heated thin gold-coated plastic sheet*
J. Heat Transfer 107, 953*
1985. `
..18.1,11.6: see 25, 1333 for non-reacting case*
CHENG, R.K.; NG, T.T.*
Conditional Reynolds stress in a strongly heated turbulent boundary layer with premixed combustion*
Phys. Fluids 28, 473*
1985. `
..25.5: beneath a duct flow - Re = . 01*
SHEN, C.; FLORYAN, J.M.*
Low Reynolds number flow over cavities*
Phys. Fluids 28, 3191*
1985. `
..11.3,19.1,14.0: anisotropic eddy diffusivity from DI*
YOSHIZAWA, A.*
Statistical analysis of the anisotropy of scalar diffusion in turbulent shear flows*
Phys. Fluids 28, 3226*
1985. `
..29.6: from APS meeting poster session*
REED, H.L.*
Gallery of Fluid Motion*
Phys. Fluids 28, 2631*
1985. `
..59.0,56.0: just so*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
Two-dimensional turbulent separated flow*
AGARDograph 287, vol. 1*
1985. `
..31.3,62.0: thermocouples*
WARK, C.E.; FOSS, J.F.*
Development of a temperature measurement system with application to a jet in a crossflow experiment*
NASA CR 174896, N85-25262*
1985. `
..54.0: Phillips type - two wings, no centre body. Non-rolled up part?*
CANTWELL, E.R.; WESTPHAL, R.V.; MEHTA, R.D.*
Doubled-branched vortex generator*
NASA TM 88201*
1985. `
..29.6: vorton model based on Ahlborn method*
AHLBORN, B.; AHLBORN, F.; LOEWEN, S.*
A model for turbulence based on rate equations*
J. Phys. D, Appl. Phys. 18, 2127*
1985. `
..62.0,25.6: VLES Ames workshop version has more figures*
CHILDS, R.E.: NIXON, D.*
Unsteady three-dimensional simulations of a VTOL upwash fountain*
AIAA-85-0212*
1985. `
..16.2,54.0: rotating body computations with self-induced p.g. - see also JSME 28, 1893.*
NAKAMURA, I.; YAMASHITA, S.; WATANABE, T.*
An effect of sudden circumferential strain on the laminar boundary layer on a rotating cylinder in an axial flow*
Acta Mech. 57, 69*
1985. `
..59.0: LDV including triples but no vw2*
SZCZEPURA, R.T.*
Flow characteristics of an axisymmetric sudden pipe expansion - results obtained from the turbulence studies rig. Part l mean and turbulence velocity results*
CEGB Berkeley TPRD/B/0702/N85*
1985. `
..54.1,24.4: bifurcations*
BUHLER, K.; ZIEREP, J.*
New secondary instabilities for high Re-number flow between two rotating spheres*
Laminar Turbulent Transition (V.V. Kozlov, Ed.) Springer, p.677*
1985. `
..44.2,11.3: film cooling and separation to follow*
RODI, W.; SCHEUERER, G.*
Calculation of heat transfer to convection-cooled gas turbine blades*
J. Engg Power 107, 620*
1985. `
..44.2,45.0,29.6: smoke - not directly related to 85-GT-217. VD has*
SONODA, T.*
Experimental investigation on spatial development of streamwise vortices in a turbine inlet guide vane cascade*
ASME paper 85-GT-20*
1985. `
..61.0,44.2: Mojola like but seems stable - two co and one contra vortex. VD has*
ISHII, J.; HONAMI, S.*
A three-dimensional turbulent detached flow with a horseshoe vortex*
ASME paper 85-GT-70*
1985. `
..45.0,44.2: detailed 5-hole surveys. VD has*
YAMAMOTO, A.; YANAGI, R.*
Production and development of secondary flows and losses within a three dimensional turbine stator cascade*
ASME paper 85-GT-217*
1985. `
..06.0: strong enough to produce separation*
CHAUVE, M.P.; SCHIESTEL, R.*
Influence of weak wall undulations on the structure of turbu1ent pipe flow - an experimental and numerical study*
J. Fluid Mech. 160, 47*
1985. `
..56.0,32.1: scanning in y*
CHEHROUDI, B.; SIMPSON, R.L.*
Space-time results for a separating turbulent boundary layer using a rapidly scanning laser anemometer*
J. Fluid Mech. 160, 77*
1985. `
..59.2,48.0,27.1: splendid visc. - invisc. test case with large dp/dy*
NAKAYAMA, A.*
Characteristics of the flow around conventional and supercritical airfoils*
J. Fluid Mech. 160, 155*
1985. `
..24.3: multiple spots produced by plungers*
SAVAS, O.; COLES, D.*
Coherence measurements in synthetic turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 160, 421*
1985. `
..09.3,17.1: calcs for oncoming spanwise line vortex*
DOWLING, A.P.*
The effect of large-eddy breakup devices on oncoming vorticity*
J. Fluid Mech. 160, 447*
1985. `
..24.4,32.1: inner layer spinup - LDV heats recirculating flow*
COOPER, E.R.; JANKOWSKI, D.F.; NEITZEL, G.P.; SQUIRE, T.H.*
Experiments on the onset of instability in unsteady circular Couette flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 161, 97*
1985. `
..31.1,29.5: simple unsteady theory*
MENENDEZ, A.N.; RAMAPRIAN, B.R.*
The use of flush-mounted hot-film gauges to measure skin friction in unsteady boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 161, 139*
1985. `
..29.6,59.2: plan view of smoke*
FREYMUTH, P.; FINAISH, F.; BANK, W.*
Three-dimensional vortex patterns in a starting flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 161, 239*
1985. `
..24.2: stable at low amp., unstable at high*
LYELL, M.J.; HUERRE, P.*
Linear and nonlinear stability of plane stagnation flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 161, 295*
1985. `
..53.0: see 371*
MUCK, K.C.; HOFFMANN, P.H.; BRADSHAW, P.*
The effect of convex surface curvature on turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 161, 347*
1985. `
..53.0: see 347*
HOFFMANN, P.H.; MUCK, K.C.; BRADSHAW, P.*
The effect of concave surface curvature on turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 161, 371*
1985. `
..25.7,54.0: Euler - patterns like gravity current head*
STERN, M.E.; PRATT, L.J.*
Dynamics of vorticity fronts*
J. Fluid Mech. 161, 513*
1985. `
..13.0,53.0,59.0: steps and Castro curved jet*
CELENLIGIL, M.C.; MELLOR, G.L.*
Numerical solution of two-dimensional turbulent separated flows using a Reynolds stress closure model*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 467*
1985. `
..25.10: not necessarily Laplace*
EISEMAN, P.R.*
Adaptive grid generation by mean value relaxation*
J. Fluids Engg. 107, 477*
1985. `
..61.0: just so*
ZDRAVKOVICH, M.M.*
Flow around two intersecting circular cylinders*
J. Fluids Engg. 107, 507*
1985. `
..28.3,28.2: how to choose suitable scientific software*
NASH, J.C.*
Scientific applications software*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 13, p. 145*
1985. `
..28.3: how to handle files with large record lengths*
CURRIE, C.R.J.*
Programming insight - virtual fielding in Microsoft BASIC*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 13, p. 155*
1985. `
..28.3: tour through COM, EIES, PARTI, NOTEPAD, and other systems - one of a series in this issue*
MEEKS, B.N.*
An overview of conferencing systems*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 13, p. 169*
1985. `
..28.3: tools for recovering data and managing directories*
RABINOVITZ, R.*
The Norton utilities*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 13, p. 323*
1985. `
..28.3: the graphics systems on some popular microcomputers*
WEBSTER, B.*
Microcomputer colour graphics - observations*
BYTE vol. 10, no. 13, p. 405*
1985. `
..13.0: P.Y.Chou - development of 1945 ideas - mentions Rotta*
ZHOU, P.Y.*
On the condition of pseudo-similarity and the theory of turbulence*
Scientia Sinica, 28, 405*
1985. `
..14.0: Hassid-Poreh model - like Glushko*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
A one-equation turbulence model for boundary layer flows*
ARA Memo 257*
1985. `
..27.4,14.0: k, eps. - the usual expts plus his QMC work*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
Calculation of wake/boundary layer mixing flows using a two-equation turbulence model*
ARA Memo 258*
1985. `
..11.3,45.0,27.3:partial relaminarization not reproduced*
IACOVIDES, H.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
ASM predictions of turbulent momentum and heat transfer in coils and U-bends*
Proc. 4th Int. Conf. on Num. Methods in Lam. and Turb. Flow, Swansea*
1985. `
..22.2:excellent articles - Sci. American plus humour*
MURPHY, P. (Ed.)*
Flying things*
The Exploratorium vol. 9, no. 3, p. 1, Fall issue*
1985. `
..25.6:note title - not VLES. Eddy vis. based on SGS diss. and cell size*
GROTZBACH, G.*
Application of the TURBIT-3 subgrid scale model to scales between large eddy and direct simulations*
KfK PSB-Ber. 1815*
1985. `
..24.4,50.0: nice U and u data*
ACHARYA, M.*
Pressure-gradient and free-stream turbulence effects on boundary layer transition*
Brown Boveri Rept KLR 85-127 C*
1985. `
..27.1:also general description in CR 3805*
MEAD, H.R.; MELNIK, R.E.*
GRUMFOIL - a computer code for the viscous transonic flow over airfoils*
NASA CR 3806*
1985. `
..06.0: Van Driest A+ vs. C*
GRANVILLE, P.S.*
Mixing length formulations for turbulent boundary layers over arbitrarily rough surfaces*
J. Ship Res. 29, 223*
1985. `
..54.0: HWA meas of "mean" vel behind rotating 4 bladed prop*
FAVIER, D.; MARESCA, C.*
Etude du sillage 3D d'une helice aerienne*
AGARD-CP-366 "Aerodynamics and acoustics of propellers"*
1985. `
..54.0: the usual pics but a definitive presentation*
FREYMUTH, P.*
The vortex patterns of dynamic separation - a parametric and comparative study*
Prog. Aerospace Sci. 22, 161*
1985. `
..22.2: including tech. drawing*
AUSTIN, M.; DODD, R.F.*
The ISTC Handbook of Technical Writing and Publication Techniques*
Heinemann - in LPL*
1985. `
..31.1: negative tangential cooling parameter*
SAMET, M.; EINAV, S.*
Directional sensitivity of unplated normal-wire probes*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 56, 2299*
1985. `
..55.0,04.0: divergence parameter up to 0 . 05*
SADDOUGHI, S.G.; ERM, L.P.; JOUBERT, P.N.*
The effects of streamline divergence on developing turbulent boundary layers*
Proc. Osaka Int. Colloq. on Ship Viscous Flow, pub. by Osaka Univ.*
1985. `
..14.0,25.6: same again, this time from Ames - see TM 86691, 1985*
HONG, S.K.*
Large eddy interactions in a turbulent channel flow*
NASA-TM-86757, N86-10464*
1985. `
..17.1: just so*
ANON.*
Unsteady aerodynamics - fundamentals and applications to aircraft dynamics*
AGARD CP 386*
1985. `
..13.0: speed of propagation of energy and dissipation fronts must be equal*
LELE, S.K.*
A consistency condition for Reynolds stress closures*
Phys. Fluids 28, 64*
1985. `
..27.4: transformations from circles*
SUDDHOO, A.; HALL, I.M.*
Test cases for the plane potential flow past multi-element aerofoils*
Aero. J. 89, 403*
1985. `
..25.10,25.5: good review*
ATTA, E.H.*
Zonal methods and computational fluid dynamics*
Proc. Int. Mtg on Adv. in Nuc. Engg Comp. Meth., Am. Nuc. Soc., p. 198*
1985. `
..25.10:just so, just Joe*
THOMPSON, J.F.*
A survey of composite grid generation for general three-dimensional regions*
Proc. Int. Mtg on Adv. in Nuc. Engg Comp. Meth., Am. Nuc. Soc., p. 213*
1985. `
..25.10:rather general*
DWYER, H.A.; IBRANI, S.*
Some uses of adaptive techniques in fluid dynamics*
Proc. Int. Mtg on Adv. in Nuc. Engg Comp. Meth., Am. Nuc. Soc., p. 214*
1985. `
..27.1:asymptotic matching*
BOGUCZ, E.A.*
Analysis of the turbulent near wake at a sharp trailing edge*
Ph.D. Thesis, Lehigh, Univ. Mic. 8505010*
1985. `
..45.0,59.2:Cutler-like bubble pics*
THOMPSON, D.H.*
A visualisation study of the vortex flow around double-delta wings*
Australian ARL-AERO-R-165*
1985. `
..06.0,61.0: including Handford-like half-bodies*
GAUDET, L.*
Measurements of the drag of various three-dimensional excrescences in turbulent boundary layers*
RAE TR 85068*
1985. `
..31.1,31.3:odd eddy shedding hysteresis near Re 44 - Pr has little effect on Nu*
PITTS, W.M.*
Response behavior of hot-wires and films to flows of different gases*
NBS IR-85/3203, PB86-103454*
1985. `
..54.0,59.2:review of existing devices*
HEFFERNAN, K.G.*
Trailing vortex attenuation devices*
Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, AD-A159 535*
1985. `
..25.10:including discontinuous solutions*
HAWKEN, D.F.*
Review of adaptive grid techniques for solution of partial differential equations*
UTIAS Review no. 46*
1985. `
..54.0,59.2:region of twist at part span*
HOLBROOK, G.T.; DUNHAM, D.M.; GREENE, G.C.*
Vortex wake alleviation studies with a variable twist wing*
NASA TP 2442*
1985. `
..25.6,24.7,25.3:ess fay*
GREENGARD, C.*
The core spreading method approximates the wrong equation*
J. Comp. Phys. 61, 345*
1985. `
..45.1,25.9:usual McDonald method*
LIN, S.J.; LEVY, R.; SHAMROTH, S.J.; GOVINDAN, T.R.*
A three-dimensional viscous flow analysis for the helicopter tip vortex generation problem*
NASA CR 3906*
1985. `
..25.6: Deardorff model no better than Smago*
SCHEMM, C.E.; LIPPS, F.B.*
A three-dimensional numerical study of turbulence in homogeneous fields*
Computers and Fluids 13, 185*
1985. `
..30.1: 6 atm, M= 0 . 9, 80K*
JOHNSON, W.G.*
High Reynolds number tests of a NASA SC(3)-0712(B) airfoil in the Langley 0.3-meter transonic cryogenic tunnel*
NASA TM 86371*
1985. `
..31.3,29.5: liquid crystals*
IRELAND, P.T.; JONES, T.V.*
The measurement of local heat transfer coefficients in blade cooling geometries*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 390*
1985. `
..45.0,30.1: useless if flow separates - a useful note*
BIPPES, H.*
The effect of a splitter plate as boundary layer removal system in half-model testing*
DFVLR-FB 85-64*
1985. `
..30.2: good indication of when shocks reach tunnel wall*
MUNDELL, A.R.G.; MABEY, D.G.*
Pressure fluctuations caused by transonic shock/boundary-layer interaction*
RAE TM 2047*
1985. `
..54.0,42.3: rotating fluids - review*
TRITTON, D.J.*
Experiments on turbulence in geophysical fluid dynamics*
Enrico Fermi Summer School paper*
1985. `
..29.6,61.0: especially noses*
WERLE, H.*
Principaux types de decollement libre observes sur maquettes ellipsoidales*
ONERA Note Tech. 1985-7*
1985. `
..06.0,11.3: Pr,t unaltered*
LIGRANI, P.M.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Thermal boundary layers on a rough surface downstream of steps in wall temperature*
Boundary-Layer Met. 31, 127*
1985. `
..59.0,02.1: dual decomposition*
KIYA, M.*
Large-scale and small-scale turbulence structure in the intermediate wake of a two-dimensional normal plate*
Bull. JSME 28, 1054*
1985. `
..25.2,22.2: good general review*
KRAUSE, E.*
Computational fluid dynamics - its present status and future direction*
Computers and Fluids 13, 239*
1985. `
..29.6: polyaphrons*
SCHETZ, J.A.*
New flow visualization technique for water tunnel testing of combustors*
AFWAL-TR-85-2042, AD-A158 015*
1985. `
..45.0: early progress on submarine problem - calcs too*
SCHETZ, J.A.; SIMPSON, R.L.*
Numerical and experimental studies of 3D and unsteady turbulent body/appendage/propeller flows*
VPI, AD-A157 078*
1985. `
..04.0,14.0,16.1: just so - specifically in 3D*
HAEFELE, K.; SCHONAUER, W.*
The disappointing numerical tests with a transitional low Reynolds number turbulence model*
Univ Karlsruhe Rechenzentrum Ber. 28/85*
1985. `
..28.2: with reference to A.I.*
AGRE, P.A.*
Routines*
MIT AI Memo 28, N86-19032*
1985. `
..28.3: nothing startling, not helpful on sources*
HARVEY, B.L.*
A survey of public domain software for microcomputers*
Rep. No. DTNSRDC/CMLD-85-12, AD-A160 603*
1985. `
..28.3: not seen*
SIMPSON, H.*
True BASIC - a complete manual*
TAB Books, Blue Ridge Summit, PA*
1985. `
..48.0,59.2: multi-element and BLC*
OSKAM, B.; VAN DEN BERG, B.*
Technical evaluation report on the FDP Symposium on Improvement of Aerodynamic Performance through Boundary Layer Control and High Lift Systems*
AGARD Advisory Report 210*
1985. `
..50.0,59.0: NACA0015 aerofoil behind grid*
POTTER, J.L.*
The role of freestream turbulence scale in subsonic flow separation*
NASA-CR-176237, N86-10014*
1985. `
..45.0: square duct - data rept, u' only*
CRAWFORD, R.A.*
Mean velocity and turbulence measurements in a 90 deg curved duct with thin inlet boundary layer*
NASA-CR-174811, N86-16518*
1985. `
..25.5,25.7: NS for shear layer, Euler for outer flow - see AIAA-85-1640*
HOLST, T.L.*
Computational aspects of zonal algorithms for solving the compressible Havier-Stokes equations in three dimensions*
NASA-TM-86774, N86-13296*
1985. `
..25.5,25.7: PDE-generated basic H-grid with zonal spline interpolation - and useful review*
HOLST, T.L.; ET AL.*
Numerical solution of transonic wing flows using an Euler/Navier Stokes approach*
AIAA-85-1640 (BLL)*
1985. `
..44.2,05.5: LDV experiments in wind-wave tank*
CHEUNG, T.K.*
A study of the turbulent layer in the water at an air-water interface*
PhD thesis and TR 287, CE Dept, Stanford, AD-A154 117*
1985. `
..54.0,24.4: horseshoes from rotating cam generators*
VIETS, H.; BETHKE, R.J.; BOUGINE, D.*
Three-dimensional vortex dynamics near a wall*
Turbulent Shear Flows 4 - Karlsruhe (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.). Springer, p.34*
1985. `
..11.3,19.2: pdf transport model*
ANAND, M.S.; POPE, S.B.*
Diffusion behind a line source in grid turbulence*
Turbulent Shear Flows 4 - Karlsruhe (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.). Springer, p.46*
1985. `
..13.0,02.0: including inter-zone transfer model*
JANICKA, J.; KOLLMANN, W.*
Reynolds-stress closure model for conditional variables*
Turbulent Shear Flows 4 - Karlsruhe (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.). Springer, p.73*
1985. `
..53.0: misc hot wire meas and odd flow viz.*
KOYAMA, H.S.*
Effects of streamline curvature on laminar and turbulent wakes*
Turbulent Shear Flows 4 - Karlsruhe (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.). Springer, p.141*
1985. `
..01.1,48.0:quadrant analysis*
FABRIS, G.; NAKAYAMA, A.*
An investigation of Reynolds stress structures in plane turbulent wakes*
Turbulent Shear Flows 4 - Karlsruhe (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.). Springer, p.192*
1985. `
..05.0,11.2: liquid crystal, hydrogen bubble - U and T streaks correspond*
IRITANI, Y.; KASAGI, N.; HIRATA, M.*
Heat transfer mechanism and associated turbulence structure in the near-wall region of a turbulent boundary layer*
Turbulent Shear Flows 4 - Karlsruhe (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.). Springer, p.223*
1985. `
..46.0: extensive meas. of everything except vw, in longl ridge roughness - see Hinze*
NEZU, I.; NAKAGAWA, H.; TOMINAGA, A.*
Secondary currents in a straight channel flow and the relation to its aspect ratio*
Turbulent Shear Flows 4 - Karlsruhe (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.). Springer, p.246*
1985. `
..07.0,29.5 Escudier (1987) non placet, rationem habet*
NITSCHE, W.; THUNKER, R.; HABERLAND, C.*
A computational Preston tube method*
Turbulent Shear Flows 4 - Karlsruhe (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.). Springer, p.261*
1985. `
..29.5,06.0: details of floating element*
ACHARYA, M.; ESCUDIER, M.P.*
Measurements of the wall shear stress in boundary layer flows*
Turbulent Shear Flows 4 - Karlsruhe (L.J.S. Bradbury et al., Eds.). Springer, p.277 (Proc. p. 176)*
1985. `
..59.2: including laminar flow control*
ANON.*
Aircraft drag prediction and reduction*
AGARD-R-723*
1985. `
..54.0,45.0,05.5: like time integral of wall stress*
SARPKAYA, T.; HENDERSON, D.O.*
Free surface scars and striations due to trailing vortices generated by a submerged lifting surface*
AIAA-85-0445*
1985. `
..25.6: invariant maps*
LEE, M.J.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Numerical experiments on the structure of homogeneous turbulence*
Stanford Report TF-24*
1985. `
..48.0: Reynolds stress only*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
Two-dimensional turbulent wake/boundary layer mixing. Part 1: constant pressure flow*
Queen Mary College, London, EP 1070*
1985. `
..48.0: Reynolds stress only - uncambered slat*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
Two-dimensional turbulent wake/boundary layer mixing. Part 2: A wing/leading edge slat configuration*
Queen Mary College, London, EP 1071*
1985. `
..28.3: 160 pages*
TRAISTER, R.J. *
Going from BASIC to C*
Prentice-Hall*
1985. `
..31.2,32.1: Mach 2.3*
ELENA, M.; LACHARME, J.P.; GAVIGLIO, J.*
Comparison of hot-wire and laser doppler anemometry methods in supersonic turbulent boundary layers*
IMST paper*
1985. `
..25.4,25.10: need modified schemes for non-ortho grids*
ACHARYA, S.; PATANKAR, S.V.*
Use of an adaptive grid procedure for parabolic flow problems*
Int. J. Heat & Mass Transfer 28, 1057*
1985. `
..28.1: relevant to ADC overloads*
PREUMONT, A.*
On the peak factor of stationary Gaussian processes*
J. Sound Vib. 100, 15*
1985. `
..11.1,13.0: experiments suggest pressure temperature gradient model need not contain mean gradients*
ANTONIA, R.A.*
On a heat transport model for a turbulent plane jet*
Int. J. Heat & Mass Transfer 28, 1805*
1985. `
..13.0, 11.1: yes, if sublayer parabolic*
LAUNDER, B.E.*
Numerical computation of convective heat transfer in complex turbulent flows - time to abandon wall functions?*
Int. J. Heat & Mass Transfer 27, 1485*
1985. `
..25.1,54.0: evaluation of circulation*
KRAUSE, E.*
Review of some vortex relations*
Computers and Fluids 13, 513*
1985. `
..54.0: simple integral relations*
KRAUSE, E.*
A contribution to the problem of vortex breakdown*
Computers and Fluids 13, 375*
1985. `
..25.10: CV analysis minimises metric problems - see Voke*
NAKAYAMA, A.*
A numerical method for solving momentum equations in generalised coordinates (its application to three-dimensional separated flow)*
J. Fluids Engg 107, 49*
1985. `
..50.0: grids and rods - Reynolds stresses and spectra. Effect of anisotropy not large*
FANG, L.-W.; HOFFMAN, J.A.*
Effects of anisotropic free-stream turbulence on turbulence boundary layer behavior*
California Poly. State Univ., San Luis Obispo, N86-16192*
1985. `
..25.5: staggered grid*
GALPIN, P.F.; VAN DOORMAAL, J.P.; RAITHBY, G.D.*
Solution of the incompressible mass and momentum equations by applications of a coupled equation line solver*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Fluids 5, 615*
1985. `
..25.5: driven cavity using Issa PISO - see also p.25*
PHILLIPS, R.E.; SCHMIDT, F.W.*
A multilevel-multigrid technique for recirculating flows*
Num. Heat Transfer 8, 573*
1985. `
..54.0: translate*
LIEBE, W.*
What essentially is a vortex?*
ZAMM 65, T209*
1985. `
..24.2,53.0: Gortler evolves to Orr-Somm. eigenfunction, crit. Go infinite*
HALL, P.*
The Gortler vortex instability mechanism in three-dimensional boundary layers*
Proc. Roy. Soc. A 399, 135*
1985. `
..54.0: streamwise vortex - see also Pearson JFM 146, 271*
MOORE, D.W.*
The interaction of a diffusing line vortex and an aligned shear flow*
Proc. Roy. Soc. A 399, 367*
1985. `
..11.2,24.4: useful data, not much analysis*
WANG, T.; SIMON, T.W.; BUDDHAVARAPU, J.*
Heat transfer and fluid mechanics measurements in transitional boundary layer flows*
J. Engg Gas Turbines and Power 107, 1007*
1985. `
..19.3,28.1: Scripps - see also Landahl book. Vol, p are correct*
ARMI, L.; FLAMENT, P.*
Cautionary remarks on the spectral interpretation of turbulent flows*
J. Geophys. Res. 90C6, 11779*
1985. `
..48.0: LDV, V,W - log law fails near corners*
NEZU, I.; RODI, W.*
Experimental study on secondary currents in open channel flow*
Proc. 21st IAHR Congress, Melbourne, Australia, p.115*
1985. `
..30.1: does not have to simulate flow over model*
ASHILL, P.R.; KEATING, R.F.A.*
Calculation of tunnel wall interference from wall-pressure measurements*
RAE TR 85086 (pub. in Aero. J. 92, 36, 1988)*
1985. `
..28.1,28.3: DISSPLA functions - no listing*
PATTERSON, M.R.; LONG, E.C.*
EZPLOT, Fortran graphics routines for the IBM PC*
Oak Ridge ORNL/CSD-129, DE86 004598*
1985. `
..45.0,54.0,59.2: 2 volumes - Langley conf. proc.*
CAMPBELL, J.F.; OSBORN, R.F.; FOUGHNER, J.T.*
Vortex flow aerodynamics*
NASA CP 2416*
1985. `
..12.2,01.1: hairpin vortex model*
WALLACE, J.M.*
The vortical structure of bounded turbulent shear flow*
Lecture Notes in Physics 135, 253 (G.E.A. Meier, F. Obermeier, Eds.), Springer*
1985. `
..07.0,12.2:just so*
WINTER, K.G.*
A collection of data on the normal-stress integral term occurring in the momentum equation of turbulent boundary layers*
RAE TR 85097*
1985. `
..31.1,01.1: 146 pages*
FOSS, J.F.*
Transverse vorticity measurements using an array of four hot-wire probes*
Michigan State U. Rept FSFL-R-006 and N85-29184*
1985. `
..24.2,24.1: BL disturbances become 3D - no vortex rolls (student of Th. Herbert)*
BERTOLOTTI, F.P.*
Temporal and spatial growth of subharmonic disturbances in Falkner-Skan flows*
AD-A163512, PhD thesis, VPI*
1985. `
..24.2: streamwise vorticity is primary, not secondary*
BRIDGES, T.J.; MORRIS, P.J.*
A statistical analysis of the effect of freestream turbulence on the Blasius boundary layer*
AD-A163606, Wisconsin MRC Rept 2882*
1985. `
..59.2: mainly helicopter rotors*
WARMBRODT, W.; SMITH, C.A.; JOHNSON, W.*
Rotorcraft research testing in the national full-scale aerodynamics complex at NASA Ames Research Center*
NASA-TM-86687, N85-27854/7/GAR*
1985. `
..24.2: see Bangalore paper for the BL case*
CORKE, T.C.; SHAKIB, F.; NAGIB, H.M.*
Effects of low amplitude forcing on axisymmetric jet flows*
AIAA-85-0573*
1985. `
..59.2:not only pictures - useful background for students*
SMITH, H.*
The illustrated guide to aerodynamics*
TAB Books*
1985. `
..10.0,11.6: including Sc effects*
DIMOTAKIS, P.E.; BROADWELL, J.E.; ZUKOSKI, E.E.*
Combustion in turbulent jets and buoyant flames*
Caltech GRI-86/0034, PB86-203205*
1985. `
..24.3: contributions from European tunnel operators - not BLC*
KOPPENWALLNER, G.; SZODRUCH, J. (Eds.)*
Boundary layer control by transition fixing*
N87-15160, ESA-TT-909 of DFVLR-Mitt-84-17 (DGLR meeting)*
1985. `
..04.0,59.2: Notre Dame meeting - Eppler and Somers well used*
MUELLER, T.J. (Ed.)*
Proceedings of the conference on low Reynolds number airfoil aerodynamics*
AD-A163 609, UNDAS-CP-77B123*
1985. `
..25.10: local inclined rectangular grids overlaid on larger grid*
CARUSO, S.C.; FERZIGER, J.H.; OLIGER, J.*
Adaptive grid techniques for elliptic fluid flow problems*
AD-A169 471, Stanford CLaSSiC-85-10*
1985. `
..44.2: a.k.a. HOST - inc. Mongia, Murthy et al on aerothermal modelling*
ANON.*
Turbine hot section technology*
NASA CP 2405*
1985. `
..11.4,29.4: spectrometer results from phosphor dots*
NOEL, B.W.; ET AL.*
A proposed method for remote thermometry in turbine engines*
AIAA-85-1468*
1985. `
..09.3: tandem plates - most effects over by x=50 delta - see also 0519*
PLESNIAK, M.W.; NAGIB, H.M.*
Net drag reduction in turbulent boundary layers resulting from optimized manipulation*
AIAA-85-0518*
1985. `
..09.3: turbulence measurements - reduced intermittency in outermost part*
GUEZENNEC, Y.G.; NAGIB, H.M.*
Documentation of mechanisms leading to net drag reduction in manipulated turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA-85-0519*
1985. `
..09.3: tandem NACA 0009 works as well as flat plate*
ANDERS, J.B.; WATSON, R.D.*
Airfoil large-eddy breakup devices for turbulent drag reduction*
AIAA-85-0520*
1985. `
..09.5,24.4: unsteady surface heating in water*
NOSENCHUCK, D.M.; LYNCH, M.K.*
Active control of low-speed streak bursting in turbulent spots*
AIAA-85-0535*
1985. `
..09.1: electromagnetically-driven dimples*
WILKINSON, S.P.; BALASUBRAMANIAN, R.*
Turbulent burst control through phase-locked traveling surface depressions*
AIAA-85-0536*
1985. `
..09.3: plate-plus-cylinder LEBU producing single-sided vortex streek - query conservation of vorticity*
GOODMAN, W.L.*
The effect of opposing-unsteady vorticity on the turbulent structures in wall flow*
AIAA-85-0550*
1985. `
..09.3,25.5: unsteady "driven" cavity flow*
GATSKI, T.B.*
Drag characteristics of unsteady, perturbed boundary flows*
AIAA-85-0551*
1985. `
..24.2,09.5: review - unpublished?*
RESHOTKO, E.*
Control of boundary layer transition*
AIAA-85-0562*
1985. `
..14.0,07.0: further development of AIAA-83-1694*
VIEGAS, J.R.; RUBESIN, M.W.; HORSTMAN, C.C.*
On the use of wall functions as boundary conditions for two-dimensional separated compressible flows*
AIAA-85-0180*
1985. `
..13.0,18.1,25.5: see also TSF 4*
HA MINH, H.; RUBESIN, M.W.; VANDROMME, D.; VIEGAS, J.R.*
On the use of second order closure modelling for the prediction of turbulent boundary layer/shock wave interactions - physical and numerical aspects*
Presented at International Symposium on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 9-12*
1985. `
..17.1,44.1,45.0: 3-film meas. with phase-locked averages - wakes disturb secondary-flow vortices*
SHARMA, O.P.; BUTLER, T.L.; JOSLYN, H.D.; DRING, R.P.*
Three-dimensional unsteady flow in an axial flow turbine*
J. Prop. and Power 1, 29*
1985. `
..44.2,50.0: rotating-rod wake generator*
DOORLY, D.J.; OLDFIELD, M.L.G.*
Simulation of wake passing in a stationary turbine rotor cascade*
J. Prop. and Power 1, 316*
1985. `
..54.0,32.1: stagnation at front of bubble, then recirc. in spiral instability*
UCHIDA, S.; NAKAMURA, Y.; OHSAWA, M.*
Experiments on the axisymmetric vortex breakdown in a swirling flow*
Trans. Jap. Soc. Aero. Space Sci. 27, 206*
1985. `
..54.0: wave explanation - points out that Kelvin, 1880, was there first and discusses higher azimuthal modes, with expts*
ITO, T.; SUEMATSU, Y.; HAYASE, T.*
On the vortex breakdown phenomena in a swirling pipe-flow*
Memoirs, Faculty of Eng., Nagoya Univ 37, 117*
1985. `
..62.0,08.0: 5-hole probe meas. for vel. ratio 1 . 94, d/delta 0 . 5 to 1. See also vol. 22, p. 1736, 1979*
SUGIYAMA, Y.; KAWASE, M.*
A flow field with a jet affected by a nonuniform cross flow*
Bull. JSME 28, 1387*
1985. `
..19.1: review, and experiments with both signs of III*
LE PENVEN, L.; GENCE, J.N.; COMTE-BELLOT, G.*
On the approach to isotropy of homogeneous turbulence - effect of the partition of of kinetic energy among the velocity components*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis and J.L. Lumley, Eds., Springer), 1*
1985. `
..12.2,59.0: alleged windows of chaos in cylinder wake - vibrating, says Van Atta JFM 174, 113*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Transition and turbulence in fluid flows and low-dimensional chaos*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis and J.L. Lumley, Eds., Springer), 41*
1985. `
..19.3: review*
HERRING, J.R.*
Some contributions of two-point closure to turbulence*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis and J.L. Lumley, Eds., Springer), 68*
1985. `
..02.1,11.6: discussion of intermittency source problem*
KOLLMANN, W.*
Intermittent turbulent flow*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis and J.L. Lumley, Eds., Springer), 88*
1985. `
..53.0,11.3: experiments on heat transfer in Hoffmann-like rig*
GIBSON, M.M.*
Effects of streamline curvature on turbulence*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis and J.L. Lumley, Eds., Springer), 184*
1985. `
..10.0,11.1: discussion of superposability*
LUMLEY, J.L.; VAN CRUYNINGEN, I.*
Limitations of second order modeling of passive scalar diffusion*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis and J.L. Lumley, Eds., Springer), 199*
1985. `
..22.2: 107 references*
CORRSIN, S.*
Publications of Stanley Corrsin*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis and J.L. Lumley, Eds., Springer), 281*
1985. `
..25.1: good on distributions and limit theorems - in Math. Lib.*
LARSEN, R.J.; MARX, M.L.*
An introduction to probability and its applications*
Prentice-Hall*
1985. `
..62.0: just so -- VLES of 2D wall jet and upwash*
CHILDS, R.E.; NIXON, D.*
Unsteady three-dimensional simulations of VTOL upwash fountain turbulence*
NASA CP 2462, Ames Ground Effect Workshop*
1985. `
..53.0,11.3,44.2: turbine blade cooling - Nu depends on sense of radial flow, due to buoyancy*
MORRIS, W.D.; HARASGAMA, S.P.*
Local and mean heat transfer on the leading and trailing surfaces of a square-sectioned duct rotating in the orthogonal-mode*
In AGARD-CP-390, "Heat transfer and cooling in gas turbines"*
1985. `
..11.3,44.2: 52 refs. - expts. only*
METZGER, D.E.*
Cooling techniques for gas turbine airfoils - a survey*
in AGARD-CP-390, "Heat transfer and cooling in gas turbines"*
1985. `
..14.0,24.1,44.2: k, eps - not bad for more than 1% FST but predicts transition too fast*
RODI, W.; SCHEUERER, G.*
Calculation of laminar-turbulent boundary layer transition on turbine blades*
in AGARD-CP-390, "Heat transfer and cooling in gas turbines"*
1985. `
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..06.0:stochastic roughness and wire mesh - some turb. meas*
ACHARYA, M.; BORNSTEIN, J.; ESCUDIER, M.P.*
Turbulent boundary layers on rough surfaces*
Brown Boveri Report KLR 84-205 C and Expts. in Fluids 4, 33*
1986. `
..28.3: BYTEnet programs for IBM PC etc*
MITTELBACH, H.*
Easy 3D graphics*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 1, p. 153*
1986. `
..45.0: laminar calcs - 2 rows of shuttle lox posts*
ROGERS, S.E.; KWAK, D.; KAUL, U.K.*
A numerical study of three-dimensional incompressible flow around multiple posts*
AIAA-86-0353*
1986. `
..06.0: transitional region shorter for spheres than sand*
LIGRANI, P.M.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Structure of transitionally rough and fully rough turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 162, 69*
1986. `
..13.0,11.1: steep*
SHIH, T.H.; LUMLEY, J.L.*
Influence of timescale ratio on scalar flux relaxation - modelling Sirivat & Warhaft's homogeneous passive scalar fluctuations*
J. Fluid Mech. 162, 211*
1986. `
..59.0,50.0,23.0: effect of turb. scale fairly weak*
HUOT, J.P.; REY, C.; ARBEY, H.*
Experimental analysis of the pressure field induced on a square cylinder by a turbulent flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 162, 283*
1986. `
..42.1: confirmation of Gibson ideas*
ITSWEIRE, E.C.; HELLAND, K.N.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
The evolution of grid-generated turbulence in a stably stratified fluid*
J. Fluid Mech. 162, 299*
1986. `
..25.6,01.1: published version*
KIM, J.; MOIN, P.*
The structure of the vorticity field in turbulent channel flow. Part 2. Study of ensemble-averaged fields*
J. Fluid Mech. 162, 339*
1986. `
..01.1: quadrant better than VITA*
BOGARD, D.G.; TIEDERMAN, W.G.*
Burst detection with single-point velocity measurements*
J. Fluid Mech. 162, 389*
1986. `
..25.6: Smago constant is a measure of num. resolution*
MASON, P.J.; CALLEN, N.S.*
On the magnitude of the subgrid-scale eddy coefficient in large-eddy simulations of turbulent channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 162, 439*
1986. `
..54.0: flow viz. and detailed meas.*
SHIN, H.W.; GREITZER, E.M.; CHENG, W.K.; TAN, C.S.; SHIPPEE, C.L.*
Circulation measurements and vortical structure in an inlet-vortex flow field*
J. Fluid Mech. 162, 463*
1986. `
..28.1: ny Nyquist, D about 1.5*
LOVEJOY, S.; SCHERTZER, D.; LADOY, P.*
Fractal characterisation of inhomogeneous geophysical measuring networks*
Nature 319, 43*
1986. `
..53.0: fast initial change is recovery from p.g. not curvature*
ALVING, A.E.; SMITS, A.J.*
The recovery of a turbulent boundary layer from longitudinal curvature*
AIAA-86-0435*
1986. `
..01.0,23.0: VITA but no details - see also Cornell 85*
KOBASHI, Y.; ICHIJO, M.*
Wall pressure and its relation to turbulent structure of a boundary layer*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 49*
1986. `
..45.0:just so*
CUTLER, A.D.; BRADSHAW, P.*
The interaction between a strong longitudinal vortex and a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA-86-1071*
1986. `
..61.0,17.1: almost entirely launch vehicles*
ERICSSON, L.E.; REDING, J.P.*
Fluid dynamics of unsteady separated flow. Part 1 - Bodies of revolution*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 23, 1*
1986. `
..25.5: predictor corrector to get p and continuity right*
ISSA, R.I.*
Solution of the implicitly discretized fluid flow equations by operator splitting*
J. Comp. Phys. 62, 40*
1986. `
..25.5: examples of Issa's PISO time-split*
ISSA, R.E.; GOSMAN, A.D.; WATKINS, A.P.*
The computation of compressible and incompressible recirculating flows by a non-iterative implicit scheme*
J. Comp. Phys. 62, 66*
1986. `
..25.5:for split second order equations*
QUARTAPELLE, L.; NAPOLITANO, M.*
Integral conditions for the pressure in the computation of incompressible viscous flows*
J. Comp. Phys. 62, 340*
1986. `
..28.3:runs IBM PC programs on Macintosh*
CROCKETT, L.*
MacCharlie*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 2, p. 262*
1986. `
..29.2: crossflow not bad, incidence awful*
TAMIGNIAUX, T.L.B.; OATES, G.C.*
Effect of a nearby solid surface on a five-hole pressure probe*
AIAA J. 24, 335 (was AIAA-85-0334)*
1986. `
..22.2,28.2:says new engrs skilled at computer running, not physical intuition*
SMITH, G.E.*
The dangers of CAD*
Mech. Engg. 108, 2, 58, Feb.*
1986. `
..42.3: horizontally homogeneous*
ADRIAN, R.J.; FERREIRA, R.T.D.S.; BOBERG, T.*
Turbulent thermal convection in wide horizontal fluid layers. A review.*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 121*
1986. `
..53.0,62.0: offset jet over top of step*
PELFREY, J.R.R.; LIBURDY, J.A.*
Effect of curvature on the turbulence of a two-dimensional jet*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 143*
1986. `
..24.4: just so*
MAUTNER, T.S.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
Wall shear stress measurements in the plane of symmetry of a turbulent spot*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 153*
1986. `
..31.1,54.0: including his 9-wire probe*
WALLACE, J.M.*
Methods of measuring vorticity in turbulent flows - a review*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 61*
1986. `
..44.1,06.1: Stanford wind-wave tank*
PAPADIMITRAKIS, Y.; HSU, E.; STREET, R.*
The structure of the turbulent boundary layer over a mobile and deformable boundary*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 97*
1986. `
..24.4,53.0: 18 principal regimes*
ANDERECK, C.D.; LIU, S.S.; SWINNEY, H.L.*
Flow regimes in a circular Couette system with independently rotating cylinders*
J. Fluid Mech. 164, 155*
1986. `
..25.5,62.0: wedge tone - Poisson grid, psi-omega, second order, Re up to 450*
OHRING, S.*
Calculations of self-excited impinging jet flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 69*
1986. `
..17.1,25.4: characteristic box - not really intelligent*
CEBECI, T.*
Unsteady boundary layers with an intelligent numerical scheme*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 129*
1986. `
..24.1,21.2: disturbances symmetric then antisymmetric then swept*
THOMAS, F.O.; GOLDSCHMIDT, V.W.*
Structural characteristics of a developing turbulent planar jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 227*
1986. `
..24.2: extends Hall et al. Proc Roy Soc. A395, 229, 1984*
HALL, P.; MALIK, M.R.*
On the instability of a three-dimensional attachment-line boundary layer - weakly nonlinear theory and a numerical approach*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 257*
1986. `
..59.0,24.1,31.1: bluff plate and splitter - Reynolds stresses with hot wire and pulsed wire*
RUDERICH, R.; FERNHOLZ, H.H.*
An experimental investigation of a turbulent shear flow with separation, reverse flow, and reattachment*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 283*
1986. `
..27.1,25.4: Flare, Hilbert and Mechul*
CEBECI, T.; CLARK, R.W.; CHANG, K.C.; HALSEY, N.D.; LEE, K.*
Airfoils with separation and the resulting wakes*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 323*
1986. `
..19.2: strong departures from vel. and temp. at Re, lambda of 160*
ANTONIA, R.A.; ANSELMET, F.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
Assessment of local isotropy using measurements in a turbulent plane jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 365*
1986. `
..19.2,11.3: larger than iso by 50 to 100 percent*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Anisotropy of the temperature dissipation in a turbulent wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 393*
1986. `
..24.4,29.6: flow viz and wake-like 3D vortices*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
Aspects of the equilibrium puff in transitional pipe flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 439*
1986. `
..12.1,29.6: bubbles and LDV, grouped bursts*
TALMON, A.M.; KUNEN, J.M.G.; OOMS, G.*
Simultaneous flow visualization and Reynolds-stress measurement in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 163, 459*
1986. `
..44.3: two-pin test, mom. integral etc.*
FRASER, C.J.*
The assessment of boundary layer two-dimensionality*
Aero. J. 90, 41*
1986. `
..54.0,59.2: rotor vortex hits tail rotor*
AHMADI, A.R.*
An experimental investigation of blade-vortex interaction at normal incidence*
J. Aircraft 23, 47*
1986. `
..06.0: roughness measurement techniques*
VORBURGER, T.B.; ET AL*
Surface roughness studies for wind tunnel models used in high Reynolds number testing*
J. Aircraft 23, 56*
1986. `
..25.5,25.7: just so*
WALTERS, R.W.; DWYER, D.L.; HASSAN, H.A.*
A strongly implicit procedure for the compressible Navier Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 24, 6*
1986. `
..25.7,44.2: seems to be a powerful general method*
BURATYNSKI, E.K.; CAUGHEY, D.A.*
An implicit LU scheme for the Euler equations applied to arbitrary cascades*
AIAA J. 24, 39*
1986. `
..23.1,24.4: part of the hypersonic boom*
DEMETRIADES, A.*
Pressure fluctuations on hypersonic vehicles due to boundary layer instability*
AIAA J. 24, 188*
1986. `
..27.1: it is not valid for viscous flows*
POLING, D.R.; TELIONIS, D.P.*
The response of airfoils to periodic disturbances - the unsteady Kutta condition*
AIAA J. 24, 193*
1986. `
..27.2: usual eddy vis. formulae*
CHANG, K.C.; BUI, M.N.; CEBECI, T.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
The calculation of turbulent wakes*
AIAA J. 24, 200*
1986. `
..25.7: cunning finite volume upwinding*
WORNOM, S.F.; HAFEZ, M.M.*
Implicit conservative schemes for the Euler equations*
AIAA J. 24, 215*
1986. `
..22.1,54.0: u fluctuations*
BROOKS, T.F.; MARCOLINI, M.A.*
Airfoil tip vortex formation noise*
AIAA J. 24, 246*
1986. `
..27.1,25.8: Viswanath piecewise-linear T, transformed*
SRINIVAS, K.; FLETCHER, C.A.J.*
Computation of turbulent asymmetric trailing-edge flows*
ZAMP 37, 53*
1986. `
..32.2: fibre built in at both ends - light lost when it bends*
BARTON, J.S.; SAOUDI, M.*
A fibre optic vortex flowmeter*
J. Phys. E. 19, 64*
1986. `
..31.1,32.2: TSI 1440 and 1291*
BIRCH, A.D.; BROWN, D.R.; DODSON, M.G.; SWAFFIELD, F.*
Aspects of design and calibration of hot-film aspirating probes for the measurement of gas concentration*
J. Phys. E. 19, 59*
1986. `
..25.5: published version with comments on BCs*
ISSA, R.I.*
Solution of the implicitly discretised fluid flow equations by operator-splitting*
J. Comp. Phys. 62, 40*
1986. `
..25.10: primarily for first-order schemes -- good review. see also NASA CR 3865, 1984*
RAI, M.M.*
A conservative treatment of zonal boundaries for Euler equation calculations*
J. Comp. Phys 62, 472*
1986. `
..25.10: implicit version of JCP 62, 472*
RAI, M.M.*
A relaxation approach to patched-grid calculations with the Euler equations*
J Comp. Phys. 66, 99*
1986. `
..25.5: published version*
ISSA, R.I.; GOSMAN, A.D.; WATKINS, A.P.*
The computation of compressible and incompressible recirculating flows by a non-iterative implicit scheme*
J. Comp. Phys. 62, 66*
1986. `
..25.10: collapse trapezium to triangle*
MARSHALL, G.; EISEMAN, P.; KUO, J.T.*
A general collapsing technique for three-dimensional algebraic grid generation*
J. Comp. Phys. 62, 180*
1986. `
..02.1,23.0: -4,-5,-6 power laws, resp.*
LELE, S.K.*
Irrotational fluctuations with planar, cylindrical, and spherical homogeneity*
Cornell University paper*
1986. `
..31.1: extends JFM 119, 155, 1982.*
MULLER, U.R.*
Comparison of turbulence measurements with single, x and triple hot-wire probes*
Submitted to Expts. in Fluids (unpub.?)*
1986. `
..28.3:80286 plus TRW vector processor*
CHRIST, N.H.; TERRANO, A.E.*
A micro-based supercomputer*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 4, p. 145*
1986. `
..28.1,25.2:Pan and Reif approx then Newton*
PHIPPS, T.E.*
The inversion of large matrices*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 4, p. 181*
1986. `
..28.1,25.2: large order*
THOMAS, B.*
The Runge-Kutta methods*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 4, p. 191*
1986. `
..07.0,18.2: K now 0 . 41 - see R&M 3712*
GAUDET, L.*
Experimental investigation of the turbulent boundary layer at high Reynolds numbers and a Mach number of 0 . 8*
Aero. J. 90, 83 - also RAE TR 84094*
1986. `
..09.4,09.5,06.0:mainly geometry*
RASCHI, W.G.; MUSICK, J.A.*
Hydrodynamic aspects of shark scales*
NASA CR 3963*
1986. `
..45.0,32.1:for Atlanta meeting*
ABID, R.; SCHMITT, R.*
Experimental study of a turbulent horseshoe vortex using a three component laser velocimeter*
AIAA-86-1069*
1986. `
..45.0,59.2:vortex asymmetry*
KEENER, E.R.*
Flow separation patterns on symmetric forebodies*
NASA TM 86016*
1986. `
..62.0: no uw or vw*
SHERIF, S.A.; PLETCHER, R.H.*
Measurements of the flow and turbulence charcteristics of round jets in cross flow*
AIAA-86-1110*
1986. `
..09.3,09.4:calls LEBUs OLDs - Outer Layer Devices - and correlates riblet data by effective slip*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
Review - mean flow in turbulent boundary layers disturbed to alter skin friction*
AIAA-86-1126*
1986. `
..29.5:endless belt instead of surface element - insensitive to p.g.*
VAKILI, A.D.; WU, J.M.; LAWING, P.L.*
Wall shear stress measurements using a new transducer*
AIAA-86-1092*
1986. `
..43.0,06.0: part 2, p. 167 and part 3 p. 277 - energy budget, quadrants etc*
RAUPACH, M.R.; COPPIN, P.A.; LEGG, B.J.*
Experiments on scalar dispersion within a model plant canopy*
Boundary-Layer Met. 35, 21*
1986. `
..41.0,13.0:update of Hassid and Galperin 1983*
GALPERIN, B.; HASSID, S.*
A modified turbulent energy model for geophysical flows - influence of the ground proximity*
Boundary-Layer Met. 35, 155*
1986. `
..13.0,43.1:with negligible shear and mean pressure-strain*
MOENG, C.H.; WYNGAARD, J.C.*
An analysis of closures for pressure-scalar covariances in the convective boundary layer*
J. Atmos. Sci. 43, 2499*
1986. `
..13.0,46.1:argues that the dissipation models don't contribute to anisotropy - but why should they?*
SPEZIALE, C.G.*
The dissipation rate correlation and turbulent secondary flows in ducts*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 118*
1986. `
..11.3,19.2:lognormal model better than Beta model but neither good*
ANTONIA, R.A.*
Reynolds number dependence of temperature structure functions in turbulent shear flows*
Boundary-Layer Met. 34, 411*
1986. `
..25.5,54.0,24.7: Biot-Savart and NS calcs*
MOIN, P.; LEONARD, A.; KIM, J.*
Evolution of a curved vortex filament into a vortex ring*
NASA Tech Paper 86831 and Phys. Fluids 29, 955, 1986*
1986. `
..25.2,22.2:IMA Conf Proc*
MORTON, K.W.; BAINES, M.J.*
Numerical methods for fluid dynamics II*
Clarendon Press, Oxford*
1986. `
..13.0,25.6,22.2:Superturb*
NIXON, D.*
A report on a workshop on turbulence research*
NEAR Inc. TR-361*
1986. `
..16.1,27.1: useful review of his work*
CEBECI, T.*
An approach to practical aerodynamic configurations*
AGARD/VKI Special Course on "Computation of three-dimensional boundary layers including separation", AGARD Rept. 741*
1986. `
..16.1:just so*
BRADSHAW, P.*
Physics and modelling of three-dimensional boundary layers*
AGARD/VKI Special Course on "Computation of three-dimensional boundary layers including separation", AGARD Rept. 741*
1986. `
..17.1: Gottingen May 85 meeting*
MABEY, D.G.; CHAMBERS, J.R.*
Unsteady aerodynamics - fundamentals and applications to aircraft dynamics*
AGARD-AR-222*
1986. `
..29.5: automated data reduction*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; BACHALO, W.D.; HOUSER, M.H.*
Improved skin friction interferometer*
NASA-TM-88216*
1986. `
..16.1,17.1: not much on codes*
COUSTEIX, J.*
Three-dimensional and unsteady boundary-layer computations*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 18, 173*
1986. `
..22.2: very appreciative*
STUART, J.T.*
Keith Stewartson - his life and work*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 18, 1*
1986. `
..12.2: properly cautious*
GUCKENHEIMER, J.*
Strange attractors in fluids*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 18, 15*
1986. `
..25.7: including Godunov - nearly CIR*
ROE, P.L.*
Characteristic-based schemes for the Euler equations*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 18, 337*
1986. `
..24.4,29.5,30.2: depend on (unmeasured) free stream turb. - increasing CR delays transition*
KREPLIN, H.P.; MEIER, H.U.; MERCKER, E.; LANDHAUSSER, A.*
Wall shear stress measurements on a prolate spheroid at zero incidence in the DNW wind tunnel*
DFVLR-Mitt. 86-06*
1986. `
..30.1: Lewis thick vanes - loss 0 . 12 compared to 0 . 14 for thin vanes*
GELDER, T.F.; MOORE, R.D.; SANZ, J.M.; McFARLAND, E.R.*
Wind tunnel turning vanes of modern design*
AIAA-86-0044, NASA-TM-87416*
1986. `
..09.1,29.6: 256-diode Reticon camera*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
The response of elastic and viscoelastic surfaces to a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Appl. Mech. 53, 206*
1986. `
..54.0,59.2: vortex ring near hover*
RAYNER, J.M.V.; JONES, G.; THOMAS, A.*
Vortex flow visualizations reveal change in upstroke function with flight speed in bats*
Nature 321, 162, 8 May*
1986. `
..43.0,23.0,05.0: use Elliott gauge for p' in flow*
SCHOLS, J.L.J.; WARTENA, L.*
A dynamical description of turbulent structures in the near neutral atmospheric surface layer - the role of static pressure fluctuations*
Boundary-Layer Met. 34, 1*
1986. `
..59.2: variable camber*
BROWN, D.*
One wing for all conditions*
Jane's Defence Weekly p. 845, 10 May*
1986. `
..28.1: minimises inflexions - good for shock p. dist.*
SKROBANSKI, J.J.; LOVELL, D.A.*
A conic-cubic method for curve fitting and function interpolation*
Aero. J. 90, 95*
1986. `
..45.0,61.0,29.6: fluorescent minitufts - up to four vortices. Names are really WU, WANG and TIAN*
GENXING, W.; TZEHSING, W.; SHIXHONG, T.*
Investigation of vortex patterns on slender bodies at high angles of attack*
J. Aircraft 23, 321*
1986. `
..03.0,46.0: about same K as plane surface*
MISU, I.; OKAMOTO, T.; KAI, Y.*
Reverse transition of turbulent corner flow in contraction of rectangular sections*
Trans. Jap. Soc. Aero and Space Sci. 28, 218*
1986. `
..29.6: tow dye-coated wires through a slightly stable tank before the test*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
The use of the dye-layer technique for unsteady flow visualization*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 34*
1986. `
..48.1: claims effect of pressure gradient on turbulence*
CHOI, D.W.; GESSNER, F.B.; OATES, G.C.*
Measurements of confined, coaxial jet mixing with pressure gradient*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 39*
1986. `
..62.0: reattaching 2D jet from top of step*
PELFREY, J.R.R.; LIBURDY, J.A.*
Mean flow characteristics of a turbulent offset jet*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 82*
1986. `
..59.2: small insects - see Nature*
BUCKHOLZ, R.H.*
The functional role of wing corrugations in living systems*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 93*
1986. `
..25.10,25.7,27.4: brick statue - simple extrapolations*
CLARKE, D.K.; SALAS, M.D.; HASSAN, H.A.*
Euler calculations for multielement airfoils using Cartesian grids*
AIAA J. 24, 353*
1986. `
..13.0,15.0: eddy vis. good enough for aerofoils*
CEBECI, T.; CHANG, K.C.; LI, C.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Turbulence models for wall boundary layers*
AIAA J. 24, 359*
1986. `
..14.0,53.0: LEIM again*
HONG, S.K.; MURTHY, S.N.B.*
Effective velocity of transport in curved wall boundary layers*
AIAA J. 24, 361*
1986. `
..28.1,01.1: Shannon*
CORKE, T.C.; GUEZENNEC, Y.G.*
Discrimination of coherent features in turbulent boundary layers by the entropy method*
AIAA J. 24, 377*
1986. `
..24.4: suction with hole Re up to 300 doesn't destabilize*
SARIC, W.S.; REED, H.L.*
Effect of suction and weak mass injection on boundary-layer transition*
AIAA J. 24, 383*
1986. `
..25.5: artificial time dependent compressibility*
KWAK, D.; CHANG, J.L.C.; SHANKS, S.P.; CHAKRAVARTHY, S.R.*
A three-dimensional incompressible Navier-Stokes flow solver using primitive variables*
AIAA J. 24, 390*
1986. `
..24.4: Brownies again*
KEGELMAN, J.T.; MUELLER, T.J.*
Experimental studies of spontaneous and forced transition on an axisymmetric body*
AIAA J. 24, 397*
1986. `
..25.10: not straightforward, they say*
KREIS, R.I.; THAMES, F.C.; HASSAN, H.A.*
Application of a variational method for generating adaptive grids*
AIAA J. 24, 404*
1986. `
..62.1: viscous dominated - simple theory*
KARAGOZIAN, A.R.*
An analytical model for the vorticity associated with a transverse jet*
AIAA J. 24, 429*
1986. `
..60.0: Ames axi. bump*
BACHALO, W.D.; JOHNSON, D.A.*
Transonic, turbulent boundary-layer separation generated on an axisymmetric flow model*
AIAA J. 24, 437*
1986. `
..31.1: must NOT align rotation axis with flow*
JACKSON, T.W.; LILLEY, D.G.*
Accuracy and directional sensitivity of the single-wire technique*
AIAA J. 24, 451*
1986. `
..30.6: motorized flap to compensate for BL growth with time*
SATO, J.; TANEDA, H.*
Mach number control of Ludwieg tubes*
AIAA J. 24, 459*
1986. `
..54.0,25.1: Cauchy*
MORINO, L.*
Material contravariant components - vorticity transport and vortex theorems*
AIAA J. 24, 526*
1986. `
..22.2,12.2: excellent and good humoured assessment of chaos*
AREF, H.*
Review of turbulence and chaotic phenomena in fluids*
AIAA J. 24, 543*
1986. `
..27.2: line relaxation for stream function in BL and outer flow - see Carter*
HALIM, A.; HAFEZ, M.*
Calculation of separation bubbles using boundary-layer-type equations*
AIAA J. 24, 585*
1986. `
..25.7,25.10: easier to fit bodies*
JAMESON, A.; MAVRIPLIS, D.*
Finite volume solution of the two-dimensional Euler equations on a regular triangular mesh*
AIAA J. 24, 611*
1986. `
..14.0: main trouble is gradient model for pv*
BERNARD, P.S.*
Limitations of the near-wall k, eps. turbulence model*
AIAA J. 24, 619*
1986. `
..59.0,24.1: two dimensionality persists if forced - unforced behaviour not clearly explained*
BHATTACHARJEE, S.; SCHEELKE, B.; TROUTT, T.R.*
Modification of vortex interactions in a reattaching separated flow*
AIAA J. 24, 623*
1986. `
..17.2: constant pitch-up rate, Re about 100000*
STRICKLAND, J.H.; GRAHAM, G.M.*
Dynamic stall inception correlation for airfoils undergoing constant pitch rate motions*
AIAA J. 24, 678*
1986. `
..25.7: Euler solutions exhibit turbulence*
RIZZI, A.; PURCELL, C.J.*
Simulation of inviscid vortex-stretched turbulent shear-layer flow*
AIAA J. 24, 680*
1986. `
..24.1,46.0: strong vortex ovalling*
GUTMARK, E.; HO, C.M.*
Visualization of a forced elliptic jet*
AIAA J. 24, 684*
1986. `
..62.0: roughly perpendicular - scrappy results*
ELBANNA, H.; SABBAGH, J.A.*
Interaction of two nonequal jets*
AIAA J. 24, 686*
1986. `
..45.0: experiments with artificial shear flow*
SHIN, H.W.; CHENG, W.K.; GREITZER, E.M.; TAN, C.S.*
Inlet vortex formation due to ambient vorticity intensification*
AIAA J. 24, 687*
1986. `
..23.0,09.3: reduced by 12 percent*
BEELER, G.B.*
Turbulent boundary-layer wall pressure fluctuations downstream of a tandem LEBU*
AIAA J. 24, 689*
1986. `
..25.5,59.2: Re up to 1000 - secondary eddies*
BRAZA, M.; CHASSAING, P.; MINH, H.H.*
Numerical study and physical analysis of the pressure and velocity fields in the near wake of a circular cylinder*
J. Fluid Mech. 165, 79*
1986. `
..12.2,05.0: more hairpins and spectra*
PERRY, A.E.; HENBEST, S.; CHONG, M.S.*
A theoretical and experimental study of wall turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 165, 163*
1986. `
..25.5,24.1: explicit flux corrected transport method - 2D only*
GRINSTEIN, F.F.; ORAN, E.S.; BORIS, J.P.*
Numerical simulations of asymmetric mixing in planar shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 165, 201*
1986. `
..45.0: laminar*
KLUWICK, A.; WOHLFAHRT, H.*
Hot-wire-anemometer study of the entry flow in a curved duct*
J. Fluid Mech. 165, 335*
1986. `
..11.3,02.2,10.0: intermittency not actually measured - see also p. 373*
STAPOUNTZIS, H.; SAWFORD, B.L.; HUNT, J.C.R.; BRITTER, R.E.*
Structure of the temperature field downwind of a line source in grid turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 165, 401*
1986. `
..42.3,02.1: linearized calcs. - not useful for neutral flows*
CARRUTHERS, D.J.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
Velocity fluctuations near an interface between a turbulent region and a stably stratified layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 165, 475*
1986. `
..31.2:useful tutorial*
FINGERSON, L.M.*
What is the frequency response of a cold wire?*
TSI Flow Lines, no. 1, p. 6*
1986. `
..27.3,54.0:zonal block PNS and Euler, following Flores - nice plot3d graphics*
SRINIVASAN, G.R.; McCROSKEY, W.J.; BAEDER, J.D.; EDWARDS, T.A.*
Numerical simulation of tip vortices of wings in subsonic and transonic flow*
AIAA-86-1095 (AIAA J. 26, 1153, 1988)*
1986. `
..16.1: doesn't seem to comprehend characteristics*
SCHONAUER, W.*
The numerical solution of the 3-D boundary layer equations in streamline coordinates*
Univ. Karlsruhe Rechenzentrum Ber. 29/86*
1986. `
..61.0: mean vorticity contours from PWA*
SAVORY, E.; TOY, N.*
The flow regime in the turbulent near wake of a hemisphere*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 181*
1986. `
..20.0: no double rollers as in cyl. wake*
BONNET, J.P.; DELVILLE, J.; GAREM, H.*
Space and space-time longitudinal velocity correlations in the turbulent far wake of a flat plate in incompressible flow*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 189*
1986. `
..46.0: some with abrupt nozzle contractions - U, v, T*
TSUCHIYA, Y.; HORIKOSHI, C.; SATO, T.*
On the spread of rectangular jets*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 197*
1986. `
..59.2,48.0: see NAL AE-TM-4-81 for data*
HEBBAR, K.S.*
Mean and turbulence measurements in the boundary layer and wake of a symmetric aerofoil*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 214*
1986. `
..25.5: unsteady driven cavity - vortex coalescence*
GUSTAFSON, K.; HALASI, K.*
Vortex dynamics of cavity flows*
J. Comp. Phys. 64, 279*
1986. `
..27.3: assumed pressure gradient*
POUAGARE, M.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
A space-marching method for viscous incompressible internal flows*
J. Comp. Phys. 64, 389*
1986. `
..24.4: spot on one side induces transition on the other*
SOKOLOV, M.; ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
A turbulent spot in a two-dimensional duct*
J. Fluid Mech. 166, 211*
1986. `
..13.0,14.0,15.0: pub. version based on ARA reports*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
A calculation method for two-dimensional wall-bounded turbulent flows*
Aero. J. 90, 174*
1986. `
..54.0,59.2: three kinds - full span, part span, secondary separation*
POLL, D.I.A.*
Spiral vortex flow over a swept-back wing*
Aero. J. 90, 185*
1986. `
..59.2,27.1: for VAX11/780 - several authors' programs*
KRANTZ, P.; HEDMAN, S.G.*
Airfoil optimization*
J. Aircraft 23, 355*
1986. `
..59.2,54.0: oil flow and p. dist.*
ER-EL, J.; WEIHS, D.*
Ground effect on slender wings at moderate and high angle of attack*
J. Aircraft 23, 357*
1986. `
..62.0,25.7: FLO-53 captures vortices*
AGARWAL, R.K.; DEESE, J.E.*
Euler solutions for airfoil/jet/ground-interaction flowfields*
J. Aircraft 23, 376*
1986. `
..25.10: advanced tension-spring analogy*
CARCAILLET, R.; KENNON, S.R.; DULIKRAVICH, G.S.*
Optimization of three-dimensional computational grids*
J. Aircraft 23, 415*
1986. `
..60.0,61.0: swept wedge-wall interaction*
SETTLES, G.S.; HORSTMAN, C.C.; McKENZIE, T.M.*
Experimental and computational study of a swept compression corner interaction flowfield*
AIAA J. 24, 744*
1986. `
..25.5: including driven cavity at Re=1000*
NAPOLITANO, M.; WALTERS, R.W.*
An incremental block-line-Gauss-Seidel method for the Navier Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 24, 770*
1986. `
..27.2: defect formulation*
EDWARDS, D.E.; CARTER, J.E.; HAFEZ, M.M.*
Viscous/inviscid analysis of transonic shock-induced separation including normal pressure gradients*
AIAA J. 24, 777*
1986. `
..11.6: intro to six papers*
MURTHY, S.N.B.*
Editorial - colloquium on turbulent reactive flows*
AIAA J. 24, 865*
1986. `
..25.10: 3D version of spring analogy*
NAKAHASHI, K.; DEIWERT, G.S.*
Three-dimensional adaptive grid method*
AIAA J. 24, 948*
1986. `
..14.0,53.1: published version, LEIM*
HONG, S.K.; MURTHY, S.N.B.*
Pressure-strain correlations in curved wall boundary layers*
AIAA J. 24, 971*
1986. `
..59.0,46.0: secondary flow remains weak - no vw meas.*
NAKAO, S.*
Turbulent flow in square ducts after an expansion*
AIAA J. 24, 979*
1986. `
..27.1: just use defect formulation - nice*
SOCKOL, P.M.; JOHNSTON, W.A.*
Coupling conditions for interacting boundary layer and rotational inviscid flow*
AIAA J. 24, 1033*
1986. `
..54.0: commentary on Lakshmi and Horlock JFM 1973*
HOKENSON, G.J.*
Vorticity with variable viscosity*
AIAA J. 24, 1039*
1986. `
..59.0: existing models underpredict*
AMANO, R.S.; GOEL, P.*
Triple-velocity products in a channel with a backward-facing step*
AIAA J. 24, 1040*
1986. `
..30.3: just so*
BOWDITCH, D.N.*
Current wind tunnel capability and planned improvements at Lewis Research Center*
NASA-TM-87190, N86-18329*
1986. `
..13.0,14.0: ASM better than k, eps.*
SULTANIAN, B.K.; NEITZEL, G.P.; METZGER, D.E.*
A study of sudden expansion pipe flow using an algebraic stress model*
AIAA-86-1062*
1986. `
..09.1: mainly Flow Co work but good references*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
Boundary layer interactions with compliant coatings - an overview*
Appl. Mech. Rev. 39, 511*
1986. `
..13.0,04.0: Rotta redistribution best, wall correction has little effect*
SO, R.M.C.; YOO, G.J.*
On the modelling of low Reynolds number turbulence*
NASA CR-3994*
1986. `
..23.0,32.2:Elliott without dimple, 0 . 6 cm dia.*
PAPADIMITRAKIS, Y.A.; HSU, E.Y.; STREET, R.L.*
An instrument for measuring turbulent pressure fluctuations*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 57, 666*
1986. `
..24.1,59.2: axi body - oscs can raise stag. point*
GHARIB, M.; ROSHKO, A.*
The effect of flow oscillations on cavity drag*
Caltech paper, submitted to J. Fluid Mech*
1986. `
..11.2: thermochromic liquid crystals better than cholesteric*
BAUGHN, J.W.; HOFFMAN, M.A.; MAKEL, D.B.*
Improvements in a new technique for measuring and mapping heat transfer coefficients*
Rev. Sci. Instrum 57, 650*
1986. `
..16.2: just so*
VAN DEN BERG, B.*
Three-dimensional shear layer experiments and their use as test cases for calculation methods*
In AGARD/VKI Special Course on "Computation of three-dimensional boundary layers including separation", NLR MP 86036L, AGARD Rept. 741*
1986. `
..07.0: matching etc - not clear on inactive motion*
PHILLIPS, W.R.C.*
On the wall region of a turbulent boundary layer*
Cornell Univ. FDA-86-08*
1986. `
..04.0,05.0: book chapter*
LAUNDER, B.E.*
Low-Reynolds-number turbulence near walls*
UMIST TFD/86/4*
1986. `
..29.6: laser-based techniques*
BRYANSTON-CROSS, P.J.*
High speed flow visualisation*
Prog. Aerospace Sci. 23, 85*
1986. `
..59.2,44.2: mainly unducted fans*
LANGE, R.H.*
A review of advanced turboprop transport aircraft*
Prog. Aerospace Sci. 23, 151*
1986. `
..17.1,59.0: laser light sheet - pitching motion*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; HO, C.M.*
Unsteady flow around an ogive cylinder*
J. Aircraft 23, 520*
1986. `
..09.5: excellent scientific review*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
Review - Mean flow in turbulent boundary layers disturbed to alter skin friction*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 127*
1986. `
..14.0,07.0: needs an eps. equation fiddle to keep the log law - or the ML formula*
RODI, W.; SCHEUERER, G.*
Scrutinizing the k-e turbulence model under adverse pressure gradient conditions*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 174*
1986. `
..27.2: DUIT-like iteration doesn't help for backsteps*
LEWIS, J.P.; PLETCHER, R.H.*
Limitations of the boundary-layer equations for predicting laminar symmetric sudden expansion flows*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 208*
1986. `
..45.0,14.0: LDV mean velocities only - k, eps. gives too slow a recovery - 6 hours on 205*
AZZOLA, J.; HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; IACOVIDES, H.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
Developing turbulent flow in a U-bend of circular cross section - measurement and computation*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 214*
1986. `
..25.2,25.5: semidirect - advantages for variable grid*
CHANG, S.C.*
Solution of elliptic partial differential equations by fast Poisson solvers using a local relaxation factor. I and II*
NASA Tech. Papers 2529 and 2530*
1986. `
..25.10: i.e. not differential - transfinite interpolation*
SMITH, R.E.; WIESE, M.R.*
Interactive algebraic grid generation technique*
NASA Tech. Paper 2533*
1986. `
..13.0,02.1: second order, based on intermittency - see also p. 1423*
BYGGSTOYL, S.; KOLLMANN, W.*
A closure model for conditional stress equations and its application to turbulent shear flows*
Phys. Fluids 29, 1430*
1986. `
..02.1: discussion of superlayer statistics*
DANCEY, C.L.*
A simple model for the average local entrainment rate*
Phys. Fluids 29, 2031*
1986. `
..21.2,21.3,24.1: correlation maps - small spanwise length scales*
THOMAS, F.O.; BREHOB, E.G.*
An investigation of large scale structure in the similarity region of a two-dimensional turbulent jet*
Phys. Fluids 29, 1788*
1986. `
..09.3: vortices shed by LEBUs reduce v*
BALAKUMAR, P.; WIDNALL, S.E.*
Application of unsteady aerodynamics to large-eddy breakup devices*
Phys. Fluids 29, 1779*
1986. `
..18.2,24.1: M=2.3 - useful experiment, odd theory*
CHINZEI, N.; ET AL.*
Spreading of two-stream supersonic turbulent mixing layers*
Phys. Fluids 29, 1345*
1986. `
..42.3: Carl embattled?*
GIBSON, C.H.*
Ocean turbulence - big bangs and continuous creation*
UCSD paper*
1986. `
..01.1,05.0,25.6: progress report, especially horseshoes, streaks and VITA*
KIM, J.*
Investigation of turbulent shear flows by numerical simulation*
Presented at 10th Nat. Congr. Applied Mech., Austin, Texas*
1986. `
..25.5: so-called Gauss-Seidel smoothing*
VANKA, S.P.*
Block-implicit multigrid solution of Navier Stokes equations in primitive variables*
J. Comp. Phys. 65, 138 (Pub. of Cornell 85)*
1986. `
..25.10: dynamic driven cavity*
FUCHS, L.*
A local mesh-refinement technique for incompressible flows*
Computers and Fluids 14, 69*
1986. `
..25.5: upwinding gets pressure wrong if flow inclined to grid*
GALPIN, P.F.; RAITHBY, G.D.; VAN DOORMAAL, J.P.*
Discussion of upstream-weighted advection approximations for curved grids*
Numer. Heat Transfer 9, 241*
1986. `
..48.0: stacked flat plates - Re stresses and u,v triples*
KREPLIN, H.P.; NAKAYAMA, A.; LIU, B.*
Measurement of wake/wake and double-wake/boundary-layer interactions in zero pressure gradient flows*
Cal State Univ, Long Beach, Rep ME-86-1*
1986. `
..29.2: d, plus up to 6000 - porous plugs help*
PLENTOVICH, E.B.; GLOSS, B.B.*
Orifice-induced pressure error studies in Langley 7- by 10-foot high-speed tunnel*
NASA-TP-2545*
1986. `
..05.0,29.6: w from H2 bubble tracking seems large*
KASAGI, N.; HIRATA, M.; NISHINO, K.*
Streamwise pseudo-vortical structures and associated vorticity in the near-wall region of a wall-bounded turbulent shear flow*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 309*
1986. `
..49.0: mean only - including half power law*
TRUPP, A.C.; AZAD, R.S.; KASSAB, S.Z.*
Near wall velocity distributions within a straight conical diffuser*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 319*
1986. `
..20.0,18.0,29.6: laser planogram*
BONNET, J.P.; CHAPUT, E.*
Large-scale structures visualisation in a high Reynolds number, turbulent flat-plate wake at supersonic speed*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 350*
1986. `
..22.2: short chapters on each section of a report*
MICHAELSON, H.B.*
How to write and publish engineering papers and reports*
ISI Press, Philadelphia*
1986. `
..22.2: just so*
SMITH, P.D. (Ed.)*
European research on viscous flows. Eurovisc Annual Report 1985*
RAE TM Aero 1067*
1986. `
..12.1: more experiments in the French rig*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; HOPFINGER, E.J.; CAPERAN, P.*
The role of inertial energy transfer in uniformly distorted homogeneous turbulence*
Fluid Dyn. Res. (Japan) l, 3*
1986. `
..07.0: discussion of wake parameter etc*
TANI, I.*
Some equilibrium turbulent boundary layers*
Fluid Dyn. Res. (Japan) l, 49*
1986. `
..25.5,44.2: synoptic - full paper, un-numbered, from NTIS*
POUAGARE, M.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Computation of turbulent flows on rotating bodies and ducts*
J. Prop. Power 2, 289*
1986. `
..13.0: somewhat dated*
PERSEN, L.N.*
Concepts of turbulence and CFD applications*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 23, 167*
1986. `
..59.2: aerodynamics, structures and systems*
LEYMAN, C.S.*
A review of the technical development of Concorde*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 23, 185*
1986. `
..22.1: just so*
FFOWCS WILLIAMS, J.E.*
The aerodynamic potential of anti-sound*
Proc. 15th ICAS Congress, London, p. 1*
1986. `
..44.2: useful review by Rolls Royce*
MILLER, S.C.; BENNETT, H.W.*
Future trends in propulsion*
Proc. 15th ICAS Congress, London, p. 25*
1986. `
..59.2: magnificent*
LISSARAGUE, P.; LECOMTE, P.*
The race for speed from the beginning of aviation to the present day*
Proc. 15th ICAS Congress, London, p. 41*
1986. `
..59.2,24.4: DH Canada*
EGGLESTON, B.; JONES, D.J.; POOLE, R.J.D.; KHALID, M.*
Thick supercritical airfoils with low drag and NLF capability*
Proc. 15th ICAS Congress, London, p. 60*
1986. `
..60.0: fins*
STOLLERY, J.L.; FOMISON, N.R.; HUSSAIN, S.*
The effects of sweep and bluntness on glancing interactions at supersonic speeds*
Proc. 15th ICAS Congress, London, p. 172*
1986. `
..48.0: thesis work*
JOHNSTON, L.J.; HORTON, H.P.*
An experimental study of turbulent wake/boundary layer mixing flows*
Proc. 15th ICAS Congress, London, p. 360*
1986. `
..54.0,59.2: secondary vortex shows up well*
CARCAILLET, R.; MANIE, F.; PAGAN, D.; SOLIGNAC, J.L.*
Leading edge vortex flow over a 75 degree-swept delta wing - experimental and computational results*
Proc. 15th ICAS Congress, London, p. 589*
1986. `
..59.2,16.2:discussions of data set*
BERTELRUD, A.; OLSSON, J.*
Method of analysing data on a swept wing in flight*
Proc. 15th ICAS Congress, London, p. 1201*
1986. `
..28.2: not very convincing - just says they have too little background*
DREYFUS, H.; DREYFUS, S.*
Why computers may never think like people*
Technology Review, Jan 1986, p. 44*
1986. `
..29.6: general conical laser light sheet - digitally driven mirrors*
PRENEL, J.P.; PORCAR, R.; REINICHE, S.; DIEMUNSCH, G.*
Optical oscilloscope for three-dimensional flow visualization*
Optics and Laser Tech. 18, 208*
1986. `
..19.3,12.2: yes - Liapunov exponent is positive. Strange attractor because chaotic but dissipative - O(10) modes?*
DEISSLER, R.G.*
Is Navier-Stokes turbulence chaotic?*
Phys. Fluids 29, 1453*
1986. `
..24.3: useful general review of roughness and Ballotini - in German*
TUSCHE, S.*
Experience of the application and assessment of roughness strips for boundary layer transition fixing in high speed wind tunnel tests*
DFVLR-Mitteilung 86-12*
1986. `
..48.0: careful meas. agree with Brederode log law but wake varies up to Re of 300000*
NEZU, I.; RODI, W.*
Open-channel flow measurements with a laser doppler anemometer*
Proc. ASCE, J. Hydraulic Engg 112, 335*
1986. `
..31.2: "obvious" scheme using a cold wire in the bridge*
TAKAGI, S.*
A hot-wire anemometer compensated for ambient temperature variations*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum, 19, 739*
1986. `
..29.5: just so*
MURPHY, J.D.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
The laser interferometer skin-friction meter - a numerical and experimental study*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum, 19, 744*
1986. `
..20.2,24.1: depend on body - meas. up to x=1000.2theta*
WYGNANSKI, I.; CHAMPAGNE, F.; MARASLI, B.*
On the large-scale structures in two-dimensional, small-deficit, turbulent wakes*
J. Fluid Mech. 168, 31*
1986. `
..42.1; one of a series*
GIBSON, C.H.*
Internal waves, fossil turbulence and composite ocean microstructure spectra*
J. Fluid Mech. 168, 89*
1986. `
..10.0,62.0,51.0,05.5: jet impinges on surface from below*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.; PRATURI, A.; RODI, W.*
Experiments on vertical plane buoyant jets in shallow water*
J. Fluid Mech. 168, 305*
1986. `
..59.0,59.2: including rectangular cavity spin-up*
FINAISH, F.; FREYMUTH, P.; BANK. W.*
Starting flow over spoilers, double steps and cavities*
J. Fluid Mech. 168, 383*
1986. `
..62.0: Mellor turbulence model - fully 3D calcs.*
SYKES, R.I.; LEWELLEN, W.S.; PARKER, S.F.*
On the vorticity dynamics of a turbulent jet in a crossflow*
J. Fluid Mech. 168, 393*
1986. `
..05.0: Benney-Gustavsson resonance causes streaks*
JANG, P.S.; BENNEY, D.J.; GRAN, R.L.*
On the origin of streamwise vortices in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 169, 109*
1986. `
..24.1: see also p. 151*
KAYKAYOGLU, R.; ROCKWELL, D.*
Unstable jet-edge interaction. Part l. Instantaneous pressure fields at a single frequency*
J. Fluid Mech. 169, 125*
1986. `
..31.1: long pub. version of NBS IR 85/3203*
PITTS, W.M.; McCAFFREY, B.J.*
Response behaviour of hot wires and films to flows of different gases*
J. Fluid Mech. 169, 465*
1986. `
..59.0,24.4: longitudinal vortices rather like mixing layer*
WEI, T.; SMITH, C.R.*
Secondary vortices in the wake of circular cylinders*
J. Fluid Mech. 169, 513*
1986. `
..31.1: Rodi and Acrivlellis scheme usually best*
SWAMINATHAN, M.K.; RANKIN, G.W.; SRIDHAR, K.*
Evaluation of the basic systems of equations for turbulence measurements using the Monte Carlo technique*
J. Fluid Mech. 170, 1*
1986. `
..24.1,11.6: results depend on Schmidt number*
KOOCHESFAHANI, M.M.; DIMOTAKIS, P.E.*
Mixing and chemical reactions in a turbulent liquid mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 170, 83*
1986. `
..05.0: final version - 3 models. uv goes as y cubed*
CHAPMAN, D.R.; KUHN, G.D.*
The limiting behaviour of turbulence near a wall*
J. Fluid Mech. 170, 265*
1986. `
..59.0: flow viz.*
CHEN, W.L.; RISING, H.; OTTINO, J.M.*
Laminar mixing and chaotic mixing in several cavity flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 170, 355*
1986. `
..24.1: continuous vortex lines*
BERNAL, L.P.; ROSHKO, A.*
Streamwise vortex structure in plane mixing layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 170, 499*
1986. `
..17.1,05.0: omega plus up to 0 . 05 - big phase shift at 0 . 015*
MAO, Z.-X.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
Studies of the wall shear stress in a turbulent pulsating pipe flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 170, 545*
1986. `
..27.1: 1983 review*
LOCK, R.C.*
The prediction of the drag of aerofoils and wings at high subsonic speeds*
Aero. J. 90, 207*
1986. `
..59.0: boiler tubes*
ABD-RABBO, A.; WEAVER, D.S.*
A flow visualization study of flow development in a staggered tube array*
J. Sound Vib. 106, 241*
1986. `
..28.3: enables breakpoint in DEBUG*
BATUTIS, E.*
Breaking out*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 9, p. 127*
1986. `
..09.4,05.0: riblets constrain streaks - clear in flow viz.*
JOHANSEN, J.B.; SMITH, C.R. *
The effect of cylindrical surface modifications on turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 24, 1081*
1986. `
..59.2: helicopters*
JOHNSON, W.*
Recent developments in rotary-wing aerodynamic theory*
AIAA J. 24, 1219*
1986. `
..48.0,59.2: including Reynolds stress but no dp/dy*
BROOKS, T.F.; MARCOLINI, M.A.; POPE, D.S.*
Airfoil trailing edge measurements*
AIAA J. 24, 1245*
1986. `
..24.7,25.3: code for full 3D integro-diff. eqns*
LIU, C.H.; TAVANTZIS, J.; TING, L.*
Numerical studies of motion and decay of vortex filaments*
AIAA J. 24, 1290*
1986. `
..29.6: emphasis on high speeds but good general review*
SETTLES, G.S.*
Modern developments in flow visualization*
AIAA J. 24, 1313*
1986. `
..09.4: short note - riblets constrain streaks (i.e. dye)*
BACHER, E.V.; SMITH, C.R.*
Turbulent boundary-layer modification by surface riblets*
AIAA J. 24, 1382*
1986. `
..45.0: published version of AIAA-85-0040*
KUBENDRAN, L.R.; McMAHON, H.M.; HUBBARTT, J.E.*
Turbulent flow around a wing/fuselage-type juncture*
AIAA J. 24, 1447*
1986. `
..62.0,11.6: discusses vortex pair - analytical model*
KARAGOZIAN, A.R.*
The flame structure and vorticity generated by a chemically reacting transverse jet*
AIAA J. 24, 1502*
1986. `
..59.0: flat plate at side - see Zhou multi elt.*
GOODMAN, W.L.*
Modification of the Karman-vortex street in the freestream*
AIAA J. 24, 1556*
1986. `
..27.1: TE meshline should follow streamline*
HAASE, W.*
Influence of trailing-edge meshes on skin friction in Navier-Stokes calculations*
AIAA J. 24, 1557*
1986. `
..09.3,06.0: LEBUs work just as well*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
Drag reducing outer-layer devices in rough wall turbulent boundary layers*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 247*
1986. `
..24.1: two-stream one develops quicker - pub. version*
MEHTA, R.D.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
Near-field turbulence properties of single- and two-stream plane mixing layers*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 257*
1986. `
..32.1: needs significant spectral density in medium freq range - not much advance on Fisher JFM 1967*
GRANDKE, T.*
A crossed beam laser shadow technique for spatially resolved measurements in turbulent flow*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 289*
1986. `
..29.5: pub version*
HIRT, F.; ZURFLUH, U.; THOMANN, H.*
Skin friction balances for large pressure gradients*
Expts. in Fluids 4, 296*
1986. `
..54.0,59.2:two parallel wings*
SEATH, D.D.; WILSON, D.R.*
Vortex-airfoil interaction tests*
ARO-21346 (U. of Texas), AD-A164 810*
1986. `
..59.2:flexible slats, etc*
HILBIG, R.; KOERNER, H.*
Aerodynamic design trends for commercial aircraft*
NASA-TM-77976, DGLR meeting paper 84-082*
1986. `
..25.1,19.2: detailed ref.*
YAKHOT, V.; ORSZAG, S.A.*
Renormalization group analysis of turbulence - I. Basic theory*
J. Sci. Comp. 1, 1*
1986. `
..24.2: excellent historical review and intro to O-S eqn*
STUART, J.T.*
Hydrodynamic stability and turbulent transition*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 23*
1986. `
..27.1,27.2:just so*
MELNIK, R.E.; BROOK, J.W.*
The computation of viscid-inviscid interaction on airfoils with separated flow*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 23*
1986. `
..27.1: SLOR for Laplace at same x as BL step, imbedded in global Laplace.*
EDWARDS, D.E.; CARTER, J.E.*
A quasi-simultaneous finite difference approach for strongly interacting flow.*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 126*
1986. `
..27.1: mainly discussion of viscous term*
BLOTTNER, F.G.*
Significance of the thin-layer Navier-Stokes approximation*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 184*
1986. `
..27.1: normal p. g. matters*
MEHTA, U.; CHANG, K.C.; CEBECI, T.*
Relative advantages of interactive and thin-Navier-Stokes procedures*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 198, and NASA TM 86778*
1986. `
..27.2,59.0: RAE method does poorly*
ADAIR, D.; THOMPSON, B.E.; WHITELAW, J.H.; WILLIAMS, B.R.*
Comparison of interactive and Navier-Stokes calculations of separating boundary-layer flows.*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 168*
1986. `
..25.5,25.7: Cray XMP not big enough*
HORSTMAN, C.C.; KUSSOY, M.I.; LOCKMAN, W.K.*
Computation of the three dimensional shock-wave/turbulent boundary-layer interaction flows*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.) Springer, p. 449*
1986. `
..24.2: useful review - not same as sympo. paper*
NARASIMHA, R.; DEY, J.*
Transitional spot formation rate in two-dimensional boundary layers*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.), Springer, p. 57*
1986. `
..27.2,47.2: uses displacement-thickness curvature*
HUANG, T.T.; CHANG, M.S.*
Computation of velocity and pressure variation across thick turbulent stern flows*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.), Springer, p. 341*
1986. `
..27.1: converges in less than 10 its. - 2-3 min. on Cray*
CEBECI, T.; CHEN, L.T.; CHANG, K.C.*
An interactive scheme for three-dimensional transonic flows,*
Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows III (T. Cebeci, Ed.), Springer, p. 412*
1986. `
..26.2: Lighthill argument originally due to Mangler*
VOLPE, G.; MELNIK, R.E.*
Method for designing closed airfoils for arbitrary supercritical speed distributions*
J. Aircraft 23, 775*
1986. `
..28.3:ANSI.SYS replacement*
ZACKIN, A.*
Enhanced console driver*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 10, p. 183*
1986. `
..61.0,45.0: vortex loses v and the low-p. core by 90 deg round*
ECKERLE, W.A.; LANGSTON, L.S.*
Measurements of a turbulent horseshoe vortex formed around a cylinder*
NASA CR 3986*
1986. `
..31.1: useful review*
LOFDAHL, L.*
Hot-wire techniques for the determination of the Reynolds stress tensor in three dimensional flows*
Dantec Information no. 3, p. 2, September*
1986. `
..31.1:nearly linear relation between E2 at speed U and at zero speed as hot R is varied*
MACHEN, P.C.*
Correction of unlinearised hot-film anemometer measurements for ambient temperature changes*
Dantec Information no. 3, p. 8, September*
1986. `
..25.1,25.5:Poisson BCs*
ORSZAG, S.A.; ISRAELI, M.; DEVILLE, M.O.*
Boundary conditions for incompressible flows*
Princeton Univ. paper*
1986. `
..45.0,54.0:general chat*
STAFF, Ames Fluid Dyn. Res. Branch*
Vortical flows research program of the Fluid Dynamics Research Branch*
NASA TM 88332*
1986. `
..24.3:traces of several longitudinal vortices for some distance downstream*
GIBBINGS, J.C.; GOKSEL, O.T.; HALL, D.J.*
The influence of roughness trips on boundary layer transition. Part 2 - Characteristics of single spherical trips*
Aero. J. 90, 357*
1986. `
..24.4,04.0: turbulence at Re, theta = 280*
PAIK, D.K.; RESHOTKO, E.*
Low Reynolds number boundary layers in a disturbed environment*
NASA CR 175031*
1986. `
..22.2: broad survey - a bit wordy for students, especially mathematicians*
LIGHTHILL, M.J.*
An informal introduction to theoretical fluid mechanics*
Oxford (IMA Monograph Series)*
1986. `
..07.0: Coles with cooked cosine wake*
GAUDET, L.*
Integral boundary-layer parameter relationships and a skin-friction law derived from a velocity profile family for two-dimensional incompressible flow*
RAE TM 2080*
1986. `
..05.0,01.1,24.4: suction hole pair or osc. wing*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Coherent structures in a turbulent boundary layer. Part 1 - Generation of "artificial" bursts*
Phys. Fluids 29, 7*
1986. `
..16.1,48.0,61.0: just so - see ICAS 86-2.4.2*
MOGHADAM, A.H.Kh.; SQUIRE, L.C.*
Three-dimensional interaction of wakes and boundary layers*
AIAA-86-1820*
1986. `
..48.0,16.1: just so - see AIAA-86-1820*
SQUIRE, L.C.; AGOROPOULOS, D.; MOGHADAM, A.H.Kh.*
Wake/boundary-layer interactions in two and three dimensions*
Proc. 15th ICAS Congress, London, ICAS-86-2.4.2*
1986. `
..05.0,01.1: comments on VITA vs quadrant*
NAGIB, H.M.; GUEZENNEC, Y.G.*
On the structure of turbulent boundary layers*
Presented at 10th Symposium on Turbulence, Rolla*
1986. `
..28.2,25.1: an appraisal of A.M. Turing's paper "On computable numbers" published in November 1936*
IVALL, T.*
Fifty years of computer science*
Electronics and Wireless World, Nov., p. 52*
1986. `
..28.2: excellent review by IBM man*
SAMMET, J.E.*
Why ADA is not just another programming language*
Comm. ACM 29, 722*
1986. `
..11.6,21.0: turbulence reduced in jet combustion zone, increased downstream*
SISLAN, J.P.; JIANG, L.-Y.; CUSWORTH, R.A.*
Laser doppler velocimetry investigation of the turbulence structure of axisymmetric diffusion flames*
UTIAS Report No. 291*
1986. `
..59.2: winglets, etc*
YATES, J.E.; DONALDSON, C. DuP.*
A fundamental study of drag and an assessment of conventional drag-due-to-lift reduction devices*
NASA CR 4004*
1986. `
..24.3: first of 3 parts - thesis work*
GIBBINGS, J.C.; GOKSEL, O.T.; HALL, D.J.*
The influence of roughness trips upon boundary-layer transition. Part 1 - characteristics of wire trips*
Aero. J. 90, 289*
1986. `
..24.7,25.3,54.0: vortex filament method - gives spiral breakdown too*
NAKAMURA, Y.; LEONARD, A.; SPALART, P.R.*
Internal structure of a vortex breakdown*
AIAA-86-1074*
1986. `
..24.1,21.0: a few turbulence measurements in transition*
TUCKER, H.J.; ISLAM, S.M.N.*
Development of axisymmetric laminar to turbulent free jets from initially parabolic profiles*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 321*
1986. `
..03.0: K = 8E-6 - transition via slug flow*
TANAKA, H.; YABUKI, H.*
Laminarization and reversion to turbulence of low Reynolds number flow through a converging to constant area duct*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 325*
1986. `
..21.0,24.1,22.1: symmetric structures*
THOMAS, F.O.; GOLDSCHMIDT, V.W.*
Acoustically induced enhancement of widening and fluctuation intensity in a two-dimensional turbulent jet*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 331*
1986. `
..25.5: 3D version of psi, omega*
HAMED, A.; ABDALLAH, S.*
Internal three-dimensional viscous flow solution using the streamlike function*
J. Fluids Engg 108, 348*
1986. `
..17.1,54.0: Baldwin-Lomax calcs*
SRINIVASAN, G.R.; McCROSKEY, W.J.; BAEDER, J.D.*
Aerodynamics of two-dimensional blade-vortex interaction*
AIAA J. 24, 1569*
1986. `
..24.8: pulsed heating strips*
MAESTRELLO, L.*
Active transition fixing and control of the boundary layer in air*
AIAA J. 24, 1577*
1986. `
..54.0: secondary vortex leads to tongue*
ERSOY, S.; WALKER, J.D.A.*
Flow induced at a wall by a vortex pair*
AIAA J. 24, 1597*
1986. `
..13.0 - kT equation - dU/dy term in L eqn. not zero*
ZEIERMAN, S.; WOLFSHTEIN, M.*
Turbulent time scale for turbulent-flow calculations*
AIAA J. 24, 1606*
1986. `
..12.2,56.0: max shear stress as vel scale*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.*
Two-dimensional separating turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 24, 1611*
1986. `
..24.1: Michigan State - X probe to map u,v*
DISIMILE, P.J.*
Phase averaged transverse vorticity measurements in an excited, two-dimensional mixing layer*
AIAA J. 24, 1621*
1986. `
..06.0,24.4: misc. useful correlations*
FEIEREISEN, W.J.; ACHARYA, M.*
Modelling of transition and surface roughness effects in boundary-layer flows*
AIAA J. 24, 1642*
1986. `
..61.0: Rutgers - St = 0.2*
PORTEIRO, J.L.F.*
Wake periodicity in subsonic bluff-body flows*
AIAA J. 24, 1703*
1986. `
..53.0,24.4: pattern, but not wavelength, depends on last screen*
SWEARINGEN, J.D.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Spacing of streamwise vortices on concave walls*
AIAA J. 24, 1706*
1986. `
..25.7: acceleration factor of 15*
JAMESON, A.; YOON, S.*
Multigrid solution of the Euler equations using implicit schemes*
AIAA J. 24, 1737*
1986. `
..24.1,02.1,11.6: useful simple physics and model*
DIMOTAKIS, P.E.*
Two-dimensional shear-layer entrainment*
AIAA J. 24, 1791*
1986. `
..62.0: opposed rows, staggered laterally - longitudinal vortices*
BREIDENTHAL, R.E.; ET AL.*
Turbulent mixing in two-dimensional ducts with transverse jets*
AIAA J. 24, 1867*
1986. `
..13.0: another of the series*
AMANO, R.S.*
Comparison of pressure-strain correlation models for the flow behind a disk*
AIAA J. 24, 1870*
1986. `
..28.3: just so - but see p. 110*
WELLS, P.*
Intel's 80386 Architecture*
BYTE Vol. 11, No. 11 (IBM PC issue) p. 89*
1986. `
..28.3: 80386 can't virtualize itself*
SHIELL, J.*
Virtual memory, virtual machines*
BYTE Vol. 11, No. 11 (IBM PC issue) p. 110*
1986. `
..28.3: simply bank-switched memory*
DUNCAN, R.*
Lotus/Intel/Microsoft expanded memory*
BYTE Vol. 11, No. 11 (IBM PC issue) p. 168*
1986. `
..31.1: mainly for meteorological instruments but generally applicable*
MOORE, C.J.*
Frequency response corrections for eddy correlation systems*
Boundary-Layer Met. 37, 17*
1986. `
..32.1: oscillating mirror*
ANTOINE, M.M.; SIMPSON, R.L.*
A rapidly scanning three-velocity-component laser Doppler anemometer*
J. Phys. E, Sci. Instrum. 19, 853*
1986. `
..24.2: just so*
NISHIOKA, M.; MORKOVIN, M.V.*
Boundary-layer receptivity to unsteady pressure gradients - experiments and overview*
J. Fluid Mech. 171, 219*
1986. `
..23.0,09.1: small but interestingly non-wavelike*
DUNCAN, J.H.*
The response of an incompressible, viscoelastic coating to pressure fluctuations in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 171, 339*
1986. `
..24.1,24.7,25.3: secondary vorticity in mixing layer*
PULLIN, D.I.; JACOBS, P.A.*
Inviscid evolution of stretched vortex arrays*
J. Fluid Mech. 171, 377*
1986. `
..24.2,53.0: discussions of triple deck but relevant to vortices*
HALL, P.; BENNETT, J.*
Taylor-Gortler instabilities of Tollmien-Schlichting waves and other flows governed by the interactive boundary-layer equations*
J. Fluid Mech. 171, 441*
1986. `
..29.5: Frei, JFM 1980, too optimistic about corrections for Preston tubes*
HIRT, F.; THOMANN, H.*
Measurement of wall shear stress in turbulent boundary layers subject to strong pressure gradients*
J. Fluid Mech. 171, 547*
1986. `
..22.2: Corrsin volume - good obituary/review*
PHILLIPS, O.M.*
Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (S.H. Davis and J.L. Lumley, eds.)*
J. Fluid Mech. 171, 563*
1986. `
..29.6:aerod. force 1000 times centrifugal force*
O'LEARY, C.O.; DREW, W.*
Flow visualization on rolling models using minitufts*
RAE TM Aero 2083, and Aero. J. 91, 269, 1987*
1986. `
..24.1,59.0: see also MDRL 86-4 = AIAA 86-0112, and AIAA 85-0554*
ROOS, F.W.; KEGELMAN, J.T.*
Spanwise coherence of vortical structures in a reattaching turbulent shear layer*
McDonnell Douglas Res. Lab. MDRL 86-22*
1986. `
..25.7,25.10: conservative zonal BCs*
RAI, M.M.*
A relaxation approach to patched grid calculations with Euler equations*
J. Comp. Phys. 66, 99*
1986. `
..24.3:part 1, page 357*
GIBBINGS, J.C.; GOKSEL, O.T.; HALL, D.J.*
The influence of roughness trips on boundary layer transition. Part 3 - Characteristics of rows of spherical transition trips*
Aero J. 90, 393*
1986. `
..25.2:interesting general chat*
AREF, H.*
The numerical experiment in fluid dynamics*
J. Fluid Mech. 173, 15*
1986. `
..47.2:who done it?*
OOSSANEN, P. VAN; JOUBERT, P.N.*
The development of the winged keel for twelve-metre yachts*
J. Fluid Mech. 173, 55*
1986. `
..25.5,61.0: see also Hornung and Perry*
PERRY, A.E.; CHONG, M.S.*
A series expansion study of the Navier Stokes equations with application to three dimensional separation patterns*
J. Fluid Mech. 173, 207*
1986. `
..24.1: general review*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Coherent structures and turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 173, 303*
1986. `
..12.2: dimension of interfaces and iso-property surfaces - 2.4 for BL edge*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; MENEVEAU, C.*
The fractal facets of turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 173, 357*
1986. `
..02.1,42.1:review*
TURNER, J.S.*
Turbulent entrainment - the development of the entrainment assumption, and its application to geophysical flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 173, 431*
1986. `
..25.6,42.3: stable everywhere since Ri goes as dU/dy squared*
TSAI, H.M.; VOKE, P.R.; LESLIE, D.C.*
Numerical investigation of a combined free and forced convection turbulent channel flow*
Abstract for 6th Symp. on Turbulent Shear flows, Toulouse*
1986. `
..23.0: measure total p. and subtract TKE*
GIOVANANGELI, J.P.*
A new method for measuring in-stream small scale static pressure fluctuations with application to wind-wave interactions*
IMST paper*
1986. `
..32.1: constant time-interval sampling - originally suggested by Simpson*
CRAIG, R.R.; NEJAD, A.S.; HAHN, E.Y.; SCHWARTZKOPF, K.G.*
Approach for obtaining unbiased laser doppler velocimetry data in highly turbulent flows*
J. Prop. Power 2, 541*
1986. `
..45.0,60.0: vortices due to side wall BL/shock interaction, or flow turning as such?*
FISHER, S.A.*
Three-dimensional flow effects in a two-dimensional supersonic air intake*
J. Prop. Power 2, 546*
1986. `
..27.1,16.1: BL method clipped near separation - not clear how*
FIRMIN, M.C.P.*
Applications of RAE viscous flow methods near separation boundaries for three-dimensional wings in transonic flow*
RAE Tech Memo 2065*
1986. `
..25.6,05.0: driven by imposed log profile for y, plus above 30*
AZAB, K.; McLAUGHLIN, J.B.*
Numerical simulation of the viscous wall region*
Presented at 10th Symposium on Turbulence, Rolla*
1986. `
..46.0,51.0,61.0,62.0: also a few still air results*
YAMADA, H.; NAKAMURA, I.; YAMASHITA, S.; YANO, H.*
Experiments on three-dimensional mixing of a wall jet with a turbulent boundary layer*
Bull. JSME 29, 3328*
1986. `
..13.0,14.0: k, eps., ASM, RSM*
RODI, W.*
Turbulence modelling for incompressible flows - a report on the Euromech 180 Colloquium*
PCH Physico Chemical Hydrodynamics 7, 297*
1986. `
..06.0,09.4: odd third moments*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.; WATSON, R.D.*
Measurements of turbulence moments in boundary layers over transversely grooved surfaces*
NASA Langley paper*
1986. `
..13.0,25.5,25.4: just so - says TSL approx. not quite good enough for jets*
HAROUTUNIAN, V.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
Second-moment modelling of turbulent buoyant shear flows with an elliptic solver*
UMIST TFD/86/6 - Presented at ASME Winter Annual Meeting*
1986. `
..25.7: improved treatment of shocks*
PAISLEY, M.F.*
A comparison of cell centre and cell vertex schemes for the steady Euler equations*
Oxford Num. Analysis Group, Report 86/1*
1986. `
..31.3: just so*
PEARCE, M.D.; INMAN, P.N.*
Design considerations for thermal conductivity gas concentration aspirating probes*
3rd Int. Workshop on Wind and Water Tunnel Modelling of Atmos. Flow and Dispersion, Lausanne*
1986. `
..25.7,44.2: vector potential for rot. part*
CHAVIAROPOULOS, P.; GIANNAKOGLOU, K.; PAPAILIOU, K.D.*
Numerical computation of three-dimensional rotational inviscid subsonic flows, using the decomposition of the flow field into a rotational and an irrotational part*
ASME Paper 86-GT-169*
1986. `
..46.0: pair of corner vortices as at low M*
DAVIS, D.O.; GESSNER, F.B.; KERLICK, G.D.*
Experimental and numerical investigation of supersonic turbulent flow through a square duct*
AIAA J. 24, 1508*
1986. `
..62.0,11.3: peak in mass transfer near corner*
ALAMDARI, F.; HAMMOND, G.P.; MONTAZERIN, N.*
Heat/mass transfer beneath a two-dimensional wall-jet deflected by a normal, flat-plate obstruction*
Heat Transfer 86 - Proc 8th Int. Heat Transfer Conf. - Hemisphere, Washington*
1986. `
..25.6: interesting but not earth-shaking - Munich meeting*
SCHUMANN, U.; FRIEDRICH, R. (Eds.)*
Direct and large eddy simulation of turbulence*
Notes on Num. Fluid Mech. 15, Vieweg*
1986. `
..50.0,51.0: Lewis - simple theory plus refs. to experiments*
SIMON, F.F.*
Jet model for slot film cooling with effect of free-stream and constant turbulence*
NASA TP 2655*
1986. `
..25.5,28.2: MacCormack, Baldwin-Lomax, Cray*
SHANG, J.S.; SCHERR, S.J.*
Navier-Stokes solution for a complete re-entry configuration*
J. Aircraft 23, 881*
1986. `
..42.3,24.1: coherent structures - but 3D?*
LAI, M.C.; JENG, S.M.; FAETH, G.M.*
Structure of turbulent adiabatic wall plumes*
J. Heat Transfer 108, 827*
1986. `
..11.6,24.4: transition - nice pics*
TSURUDA, T.; HARAYAMA, M.; HIRANO, T.*
Growth of flame front turbulence*
J. Heat Transfer 108, 877*
1986. `
..27.3: 3D PNS - crossflow viscous terms negligible*
DEGANI, D.; SCHIFF, L.B.*
Computation of turbulent supersonic flows around pointed bodies having crossflow separation*
J. Comp. Phys. 66, 173*
1986. `
..25.9: including discussions of BCs*
ABARBANEL, S.S.; DWOYER, D.L.; GOTTLIEB, D.*
Improving the convergence rate to steady state of parabolic ADI methods*
J. Comp. Phys. 67, 1*
1986. `
..25.5: semi-direct, accelerated 2-step method*
CHANG, S.C.*
Solution of elliptic PDEs by fast Poisson solvers using a local relaxation factor*
J. Comp. Phys. 67, 91*
1986. `
..28.3: for scientists and engineers*
STEWART, G.A.*
Product preview - Lotus manuscript*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 12, p. 91*
1986. `
..28.3: one of a series on "representing knowledge" - expert systems*
THOMPSON, B.; THOMPSON, W.*
Finding rules in data*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 12, p. 149*
1986. `
..28.3: just so*
HEARN, E.D.*
Digitizers for data entry*
BYTE vol. 11, no. 12, p. 261*
1986. `
..24.1,50.0: water flume experiments*
KIYA, M.; OHYAMA, M.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
Vortex pairs and rings interacting with shear-layer vortices*
J. Fluid Mech. 172, 1*
1986. `
..13.0: buoyancy contributions to mean and turbulent parts are similar*
WEINSTOCK, J.*
Theoretical pressure-strain term in a stratified fluid*
J. Fluid Mech. 172, 17*
1986. `
..24.1,11.6: Stanford - LIF*
MASUTANI, S.M.; BOWMAN, C.T.*
The structure of a chemically reacting plane mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 172, 93*
1986. `
..21.0,24.1: extensive correlation maps*
ANTONIA, R.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; BRITZ, D.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Organised structures in a turbulent plane jet - topology and contribution to momentum and heat transport*
J. Fluid Mech. 172, 211*
1986. `
..24.1: nice flow viz - low Re*
LASHERAS, C.; CHO, J.S.; MAXWORTHY, T.*
On the origin and evolution of streamwise vortical structures in a plane, free shear layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 172, 231*
1986. `
..25.6,03.0,04.0: published version*
SPALART, P.R.*
Numerical study of sink-flow boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 172, 307*
1986. `
..13.0,16.1,41.0: pub. version of AIAA-85-1652 - 131 refs, esp. use of ASM*
LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Turbulence modelling for complex shear flows*
AIAA J. 24, 1900*
1986. `
..18.2,24.1,59.0: blunt base at M = 1.5 or 2.07 - inc. triple products with LDV*
SAMIMY, M.; ADDY, A.L.*
Interaction between two compressible, turbulent free shear layers*
AIAA J. 24, 1918*
1986. `
..12.1: "a rich variety of flow types"*
McDONOUGH, J.M.; BYWATER, R.J.*
Large-scale effects on local small-scale chaotic solutions to Burgers' equation*
AIAA J. 24, 1924*
1986. `
..25.7: can get sharp shocks with central differences and nonlinear diss.*
PULLIAM, T.H.*
Artificial dissipation models for the Euler equations*
AIAA J. 24, 1931*
1986. `
..27.2: PNS - subtract fictitious dp/dt from dp/dx*
BARNETT, M.; DAVIS, R.T.*
Calculation of supersonic flows with strong viscous-inviscid interaction*
AIAA J. 24, 1949*
1986. `
..24.1,59.0: backstep with oscillating flap to enhance vortices*
ROOS, F.W.; KEGELMAN, J.T.*
Control of coherent structures in reattaching laminar and turbulent shear layers*
AIAA J. 24, 1956*
1986. `
..60.0,62.0: Princeton-like step and ramp at Ohio*
PETRIE, H.L.; SAMIMY, M.; ADDY, A.L.*
Compressible separated flows*
AIAA J. 24, 1971*
1986. `
..09.5,24.4: peridic blowing through floor perforations*
CHAMBERS, F.W.*
Synthetically generated turbulent boundary-layer development and structure*
AIAA J. 24, 1987*
1986. `
..59.0: just u-component, using hot wires*
MERZ, R.A.; YI, C.H.; PRZIREMBEL, C.E.G.*
Turbulence intensities in the near-wake of a semielliptical afterbody*
AIAA J. 24, 2038*
1986. `
..29.6,28.1: just so*
TOY, N.; WISBY, C.*
A preliminary investigation into the real-time image analysis of a visualized turbulent wake*
Presented at 10th Sympo. on Turbulence, Rolla.*
1986. `
..24.1,59.0: see also MDRL86-4 = AIAA 86-0112 and AIAA 85-0554*
ROOS, F.W.; KEGELMAN, J.T.*
Spanwise coherence of vortical structures in a reattaching turbulent layer*
Presented at 10th Sympo. on Turbulence, Rolla.*
1986. `
..25.5,22.2: useful review of not very useful meeting*
McCROSKEY, W.J.*
AGARD Fluid dynamics panel symposium on applications of computational fluid dynamics in aeronautics*
NASA TM 88356*
1986. `
..62.0: pitot and disc static*
YAMADA, H.; NAKAMURA, I.; YAMASHITA, S.; YANO, N.*
Experiments on a two-dimensional impinging jet on a wedge*
Bull. JSME, 29, 1726*
1986. `
..11.6,18.1: heat release suppresses turbulence*
DIBBLE, R.W.; KOLLMANN, W.; FARSHCHI, M.; SCHEFER, R.W.*
Second-order closure for turbulent non-premixed flames - scalar dissipation and heat release effects*
SANDIA Rept. SAND85-8861*
1986. `
..42.3: simulating confined PCB*
ORTEGA, A.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Experiments on buoyancy-induced convection heat transfer from an array of cubical elements on a vertical channel wall*
Stanford report HMT-38*
1986. `
..01.1,19.1,24.1: Aero Lib has fiche*
FOSS, J.F.; KLEWICKI, C.L.; DISIMILE, P.J.*
Transverse vorticity measurements using an array of four hot-wire probes*
NASA Contractor Report 178098*
1986. `
..25.6,11.1: hairpin vortices*
ROGERS, M.M.; MOIN, P.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
The structure and modeling of the hydrodynamic and passive scalar fields in homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
Stanford Univ. TF-25*
1986. `
..54.0,59.2:useful results from flow viz.*
PAYNE, F.M.; NELSON, R.C.*
An experimental investigation of vortex breakdown on a delta wing*
NASA CP 2416, p. 135*
1986. `
..24.1:general review - for Adv. Appl. Mech 26*
LIU, J.T.C.*
Contributions to the understanding of large scale coherent structures in developing free turbulent shear flows*
NASA CR 176772, N86-24932*
1986. `
..25.1:just so*
RICHMOND, M.C.; CHEN, H.C.; PATEL, V.C.*
Equations of laminar and turbulent flows in general curvilinear coordinates*
IIHR-300, AD-A166 837*
1986. `
..11.6:one of a series of meetings*
JOHNSTON, S.C.*
SANDIA cooperative group on the aerothermochemistry of turbulent combustion*
SAND-86-8213, DE86 008838*
1986. `
..28.2: thought provoking - holographic memeory needed*
DENNING, P.J.*
Will machines ever think*
NASA-TM-89244, N86-33071, Amer. Sci. vol. 74, no. 4*
1986. `
..25.10: see re CFD notes - auto-source Poisson*
SORENSON, R.L.*
Elliptic grid generation of composite three dimensional grids about realistic aircraft*
NASA-TM-88240, N86-31527*
1986. `
..24.4,29.6:interferometer for fluctuations*
AZZAZY, M.; MODARRESS, D.; TROLINGER, J.D.*
Feasibility study of optical boundary layer transition detection methods*
NASA-CR-178109, N86-28675*
1986. `
..25.6:quite mathematical*
SPALART, P.R.*
Numerical simulation of boundary layers. Part 1 - weak formulation and numerical method*
NASA-TM-88222, N86-28376*
1986. `
..25.10: CAD-CAM system - parabolic, with detailed discussion of body fitting*
EDWARDS, T.A.*
Geometry defintion and grid generation for a complete fighter aircraft*
NASA-TM-88242, N86-28050*
1986. `
..25.4,25.5: for use in NS algorithm*
VAN DALSEM, W.R.; STEGER, J.H.*
Using the boundary layer equations in 3-dimensional viscous flow simulation*
NASA-TM-88241, N86-28061*
1986. `
..24.1:part 3, JFM 141, 139*
CORCOS, G.M.*
Coherent structures in turbulent shear layers and relation to mixing reaction and combustion*
AD-A167 042*
1986. `
..45.0: flow viz. and mean LDV*
DICKINSON, S.C.*
Flow visualization and velocity meaurements in the separated region of an appendage-flat plate junction*
DTNSRDC-86/020, AD-A167 611*
1986. `
..30.1: seen*
SPEARMAN, M.L.*
Lessons learned with wind tunnels*
NASA-TM-87710, N86-2355?*
1986. `
..42.3,10.0,05.5: vertical jets*
HUBBARD, D.W.*
Free surface turbulence*
Mich. Tech. Univ., AD-A168 013*
1986. `
..29.5: surface gauges have a phase lag*
GIDDINGS, T.A.; COOK, W.J.*
Response of hot element flush wall gauges in oscillating laminar flow*
NASA-CR-177083, N86-29151*
1986. `
..11.6: just so*
SCHEFER, R.W.; ET AL.*
Nonreacting turbulent mixing flows - a literature survey and data base*
SAND-86-8217, DE86 010864*
1986. `
..25.2: general*
ANON.*
Applications of computational fluid dynamics in aeronautics*
AGARD-CP-412*
1986. `
..11.6: wood*
ATREYA, A.*
Steady propagation of an opposed-wind diffusion flame on a charring solid*
Presented at 8th Int. Heat Transfer Conf.*
1986. `
..06.0,07.0,04.0: useful but not earth-shaking*
GRANVILLE, P.S.*
Eddy viscosities and mixing lengths for turbulent boundary layers on flat plates, smooth or rough*
DTNSRDC-86/067*
1986. `
..58.0,14.0: it works*
TZUOO, K.L.; FERZIGER, J.H.; KLINE, S.J.*
Zonal models of turbulence and their application to free shear flows*
Thermosciences Divn, Stanford Univ. Rept TF-27, PB87-183562*
1986. `
..28.2:LISP*
NAKAMURA, I.; WATANABE, T.*
An automatic generation of FORTRAN code for finite difference method*
Bull. JSME, 29, 3361*
1986. `
..28.2:a cookbook*
PRESS, W.H.; ET AL.*
Numerical recipes*
Cambridge Univ. Press*
1986. `
..06.0,59.0,45.0: general review*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.; LOGAN, E.*
Viscous flow around wall mounted obstacles*
ARL, Australia, Aero Propulsion Rept 172*
1986. `
..25.7: for Euler-type equations - one space dim. and time*
CHILDS, P.N.; MORTON, K.W.*
Characteristic Galerkin methods for scalar conservation laws in one dimension*
Oxford Univ. Computing Lab., Num. Analysis Group Rept 86/5*
1986. `
..25.2,25.6: just so*
HUSSAINI, M.Y.*
Some recent developments in spectral methods*
Tenth Int. Conf. Num. Methods in Fluid Dyn. (Lec. Notes in Phys., vol. 264) (Zhuang, F.G. and Zhu, Y.L. eds, Springer), p. 18*
1986. `
..25.2: broad review - useful for students too*
KUTLER, P.*
A perspective of computational fluid dynamics*
Tenth Int. Conf. Num. Methods in Fluid Dyn. (Lec. Notes in Phys., vol. 264) (Zhuang, F.G. and Zhu, Y.L. eds, Springer), p. 30*
1986. `
..25.5: need to calculate perturbation eigenvalues*
BRAMLEY, J.S.; SLOAN, D.M.*
A downstream boundary condition for the numerical solution of viscous flow*
Tenth Int. Conf. Num. Methods in Fluid Dyn. (Lec. Notes in Phys., vol. 264) (Zhuang, F.G. and Zhu, Y.L. eds, Springer), p. 123*
1986. `
..27.2,25.5: 3D stream function/vorticity approach*
CARTER, J.E.; DAVIS, R.L.; EDWARDS, D.E.; HAFEZ, M.M.*
Three-dimensional separated viscous flow analyses*
Tenth Int. Conf. Num. Methods in Fluid Dyn. (Lec. Notes in Phys., vol. 264) (Zhuang, F.G. and Zhu, Y.L. eds, Springer), p. 147*
1986. `
..24.2,25.5: Koh-like vorticity transport*
CHENG, S.-L.*
Computation of turbulent spot evolution*
Tenth Int. Conf. Num. Methods in Fluid Dyn. (Lec. Notes in Phys., vol. 264) (Zhuang, F.G. and Zhu, Y.L. eds, Springer), p. 165*
1986. `
..24.1,24.2: transformation to time-growing layer - feedback usually small*
KAUL, U.K.*
A numerical method to assess the feedback in a free shear layer*
Tenth Int. Conf. Num. Methods in Fluid Dyn. (Lec. Notes in Phys., vol. 264) (Zhuang, F.G. and Zhu, Y.L. eds, Springer), p. 369*
1986. `
..25.6,14.0: ASM-like SGS*
SU, M.D.*
Algebraic model of large eddy simulation*
Tenth Int. Conf. Num. Methods in Fluid Dyn. (Lec. Notes in Phys., vol. 264) (Zhuang, F.G. and Zhu, Y.L. eds, Springer), p. 589*
1986. `
..25.6,25.10: multigrid - not clear what happens near boundaries*
TOKUNAGA, H.; SATOFUKA, N.; MIYAGAWA, H.*
Direct simulation of shear flow turbulent in a plane channel by method of lines with new sixth order accurate Poisson solution*
Tenth Int. Conf. Num. Methods in Fluid Dyn. (Lec. Notes in Phys., vol. 264) (Zhuang, F.G. and Zhu, Y.L. eds, Springer), p. 617*
1986. `
..13.0: just so*
ROTTA, J.C.*
Experience of second order turbulent flow closure models*
Zeitschrift fur Flugwissenschaften und Weltraumforschung, ZFW, 10, 401*
1986. `
..25.1,16.8: relevant to characteristic box*
DONNELLY, J.D.P.*
Stable boundary conditions for some hyperbolic difference schemes*
Oxford Univ. Computing Lab. Report No. 86/18*
1986. `
..44.0,06.0: uses 0.5 mm grid for interference*
MIZUNO, A.; NAGASE, Y.; YAMAUCHI, K.*
K-Moire method - a technique for visualizing slightly deformed liquid surfaces*
Fluid Control and Measurement, vol. 2, p. 663 (M. Harada, Ed.), Pergamon*
1986. `
..29.5: Ajagu-like but with sandwiched films*
AOYAGI, M.; TAKEHANA, N.; MASUDA, S.; ARIGA, I.*
Improvement of hot film surface gage for wall shear stress measurement*
Fluid Control and Measurement, vol. 2, p. 863 (M. Harada, Ed.), Pergamon*
1986. `
..29.5: endless belt - does it work? *
VAKILI, A.D.; WU, J.M.*
Direct measurement of skin friction with a new instrument.*
Fluid Control and Measurement, vol. 2, p. 875 (M. Harada, Ed.), Pergamon*
1986. `
..24.1,59.0,23.0: wall p for sampling condition - horseshoe vortices. See pages 39, 272*
KIYA, M.*
Vortices and unsteady flow in turbulent separation bubbles*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech. Conf., Auckland, New Zealand, p. 1*
1986. `
..12.1: general review*
PERRY, A.E.*
A description of eddying motions and turbulence*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 7*
1986. `
..24.1,59.0,22.1: acoustically excited - see p. 1, 272, M. Welsh ref'd*
WELCH, L.W.; CARRA, C.; HOURIGAN, K.*
Measurement of instantaneous velocities in separated flow around a bluff body using laser doppler anemometry*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 39*
1986. `
..59.0,23.0,50.0: high negative wall p excursions in high free stream turbulence*
MELBOURNE, W.H.; SAATHOFF, P.J.*
Under the reattaching shear layer*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 43*
1986. `
..45.0,61.0: discussion of cancelling surface vorticity*
MORTON, B.R.; EVANS-LOPEZ, J.L.*
Horseshoe vortices and bridge pier erosion*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 256*
1986. `
..11.3,59.0,22.1: heat transfer from bluff plate - see p. 1, 39*
COOPER, P.I.; HOURIGAN, K.; FLOOD, G.J.; THOMPSON, M.C.*
Experimental and numerical determination of heat transfer from a bluff body in separated flow*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 272*
1986. `
..59.0,32.1: yet another bluff plate - PWA meas of forward-flow fraction*
GARTSHORE, I.S.; DJILALI, N.*
Flow separation - problems and possibilities*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 276*
1986. `
..24.2: spreads at 7 deg. - Inman to note*
SANKARAN, H.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
The influence of a favourable pressure gradient on the growth of a turbulent spot*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 342*
1986. `
..08.0,05.0,01.2: increased speed of T fronts*
ANTONIA, R.A.; KRISHNAMOORTHY, L.V.; FULACHIER, L.; ANSELMET, F.; BENABID, R.*
Influence of wall suction on coherent structures in a turbulent boundary layer*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 346*
1986. `
..25.6,54.0: divergence-free spectral method*
STANAWAY, S.K.; CANTWELL, B.J.; SPALART, P.H.*
A full simulation of a vortex ring*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 362*
1986. `
..54.0,59.2: as ARL 165*
THOMPSON, D.H.*
Visualisation of vortex flows around wings with highly-swept leading edges*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 367*
1986. `
..01.2: "Swinging mean" VITA-like window to detect a step*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; BISSET, D.K.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Detection of structures in turbulent shear flows*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 448*
1986. `
..06.0: positive shear stress gradient near wall*
LI, J.D.; HENBEST, S.M.; PERRY, A.E.*
The difficulties in the measurements of Reynolds stresses in smooth-and in rough-wall turbulent boundary layers*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 456*
1986. `
..04.0,01.1: VITA burst interval decreases with increasing Re*
SHAH, D.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Reynolds number dependence of a turbulent duct flow*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 460*
1986. `
..30.2: axi stream function calcs for analysis*
WATMUFF, J.H.*
Wind tunnel contraction design*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 472*
1986. `
..13.0,14.0: ASM little better than k, eps., but eps. equation poor*
TRUELOVE, J.S.; MAHMUD, T.*
Calculation of strongly swirling jet flows*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 492*
1986. `
..59.0,58.0: internal layer after reattachment grows as x to the two-thirds*
SCHOFIELD, W.H.; LOGAN, E.*
Turbulent flow around wall mounted prisms*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 500*
1986. `
..30.3,05.0: water speed 10 to 100 mm/s*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; CHAN, W.K.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
A thick viscous sublayer test facility*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 524*
1986. `
..18.2,01.1: small M effect on Head and Bandy structure angles*
SPINA, E.F.; SMITS, A.J.*
Organized structures in a supersonic, turbulent boundary layer*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 533 and Princeton MAE-1736*
1986. `
..04.0: u-component at R, theta up to 4000*
LANSPEARY, P.V.*
Mean and fluctuating velocity in a low Reynolds number boundary layer*
Ninth Australasian Fluid Mech Conf, Auckland New Zealand, p. 618*
1986. `
..25.2: report of NRC committee*
ANON*
Current capabilities and future directions in computational fluid dynamics*
National Academy Press, Washington*
1986. `
..24.2: spreading angle decreases*
SANKARAN, R,.; CHAMBERS, A.J.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
The influence of a favourable pressure gradient on the growth of a turbulent spot*
9th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Auckland*
1986. `
..18.2: up to 0.2 atm.*
LIN, Z.B.; HARVEY, J.K.*
The investigation of the structure of hypersonic turbulent boundary layers on a 5 deg sharp cone using the electron beam fluorescence technique*
IC Aero Report 82-02*
1986. `
..53.1,11.3: turb. Pr increases 20-25 percent*
YOU, S.M.; SIMON, T.W.; KIM, J.*
Boundary layer heat transfer and fluid mechanics measurements on a mildly-curved convex wall*
Proc. 8th Int. Heat Transfer Conf. vol. 3, p. 1089*
1986. `
..50.0,53.0: smaller than for flat surface - might not be true for concave case*
YOU, S.M.; SIMON, T.W.; KIM, J.*
Free-stream turbulence effects on convexly curved turbulent boundary layers*
ASME paper 86-WA/HT-46*
1986. `
..31.1: useful guide to literature and practicalities*
LOMAS, C.G.*
Fundamentals of hot wire anemometry*
Cambridge*
1986. `
..23.0,59.0: measurements behind backstep - good review too*
FARABEE, T.M.*
An experimental investigation of wall pressure fluctuations beneath non-equilibrium turbulent flows*
AD-A171 508, DTNSRDC-86/047*
1986. `
..30.2: admits low Re troubles*
ERICKSON, G.E.; PEAKE, D.E.; ET AL.*
Water facilities in retrospect and prospect - an illuminating tool for vehicle design*
NASA-TM-89409, N87-13403*
1986. `
..45.0: laminar calcs. for shuttle LOX posts.*
KWAK, D.; ET AL.*
A numerical study of incompressible juncture flows*
NASA TM-88319*
1986. `
..30.3:just so*
BRADSHAW, P.*
Wind tunnels and test rigs of the Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College*
Imperial College Aero Rept 86-02, N87-13455*
1986. `
..22.2:just so*
BRADSHAW, P.*
A bibliography of turbulent flows*
Imperial College Aero Rept 80-03, N87-13660*
1986. `
..04.0,59.2: discussion of techniques*
MUELLER, T.J.; ET AL.*
Low Reynolds number wind tunnel measurements - the importance of being earnest*
Proc. Int. Conf. on Aerodynamics at Low Reynolds Numbers, London*
1986. `
..13.0,25.0: ref. for effect of wrong dpdy on dudy and thence turb.*
HUANG, P.G.*
The computation of elliptic turb. flow with 2nd moment closure models*
PhD thesis, University of Manchester*
1986. `
..30.1: worries about changes in LN2 feed rate*
JOHNSON, C.B.; STAINBACK, P.C.*
Dynamic measurement of total temperature, pressure and velocity in the Langley 0.3-meter transonic cryogenic tunnel*
NASA TP 2584*
1986. `
..13.0,05.0: assumes longl. vortices as outer b.c.s for sublayer - see Chapman*
WALKER, J.D.A.; SCHARNHORST, R..K.; WEIGAND, G.G.*
Wall layer models for the calculation of velocity and heat transfer in turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA-86-0213*
1986. `
..13.0,24.2: review of authors' recent interests*
ORSZAG, S.A.; PELZ, R.B.; BAYLY, B.J.*
Secondary instabilities, coherent structure, and turbulence*
Lecture Notes in Engineering vol.24 (C.A. Brebbia and S.A. Orszag, Eds.), Springer (1985 Nobeyama workshop), p. 1*
1986. `
..13.0,25.6: especially use of simulations to calibrate simpler models*
FERZIGER, J.H.*
Bootstrapping in turbulence computation*
Lecture Notes in Engineering vol.24 (C.A. Brebbia and S.A. Orszag, Eds.), Springer (1985 Nobeyama workshop), p.15*
1986. `
..28.2: overall performance depends largely on scalar speed*
MENDEZ, R.H.*
The scalar performance of three supercomputers. Cray's X-MP/2, Fujitsu's VP-200 and NEC's SX-2*
Lecture Notes in Engineering vol.24 (C.A. Brebbia and S.A. Orszag, Eds.), Springer (1985 Nobeyama workshop), p.148*
1986. `
..28.2: bubbles - one of several supercomputer descriptions/benchmarks*
PERRENOD, S.C.*
The CRAY-2. The new standard in supercomputing*
Lecture Notes in Engineering vol.24 (C.A. Brebbia and S.A. Orszag, Eds.), Springer (1985 Nobeyama workshop), p.174*
1986. `
..12.2,22.2: not quite an introductory text*
LANDAHL, M.T.; MOLLO-CHRISTENSEN, E.*
Turbulence and random processes in fluid mechanics*
University Press, Cambridge*
1986. `
..62.0,11.6,29.6: cubic flame holder - nice colour pics*
MURTHY, S.N.B.; WARNER, C.F.; YAN, J.*
Ignition and flame stability of fuel jet through blockers in cross flow*
AIAA-86-1535*
1986. `
..10.0,43.1: passive plume in unstable BL - flux-transport model*
SUN, W.Y.; CHANG, C.Z.*
Diffusion model for a convective layer. part II: plume released from a continuous point source*
J. Climate and Appl. Met. 25, 1454*
1986. `
..50.0: Re up to 300000 - see 1982 paper*
NEVE, R.S.*
The importance of turbulence macroscale in determining the drag coefficient of spheres*
Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow, 7, 28*
1986. `
..61.0: not seen - car aerod.*
ANON.*
Aerodynamics - recent developments. Int. Congress and Exposition, Detroit*
S.A.E. Special Pub. 656*
1986. `
..27.2, 16.1: inviscid plus lam., transn., turb. BL calcu.*
DE BRUIN, A.C.; HOEIJMAKERS, H.W.M.*
Computation of three-dimensional boundary layer transition and separation on a 65 deg swept delta wing at 20 deg angle of attack*
NLR MP 86075 U*
1986.`
..43.0: broad review*
CAMP, D.W.; FROST, W. (Eds.)*
Atmospheric turbulence relative to aviation, missile, and space programs*
NASA CP 2468*
1986. `
..05.0,25.6: published version of AIAA-82-0963*
ROBINSON, S.K.*
Instantaneous velocity profile measurements in a turbulent boundary layer*
Chem. Eng. Commun. 43, 347*
1986. `
..14.0,59.0: alg. correlation for k and eps. in separated region*
GOLDBERG, U.C.*
Separated flow treatment with a new turbulence model*
AIAA J. 24, 1711*
1986. `
..13.0,05.0: assumes longl. vortices as outer b.c.'s for sublayer -- see Chapman*
WALKER, J.D.A.; SCHARNHORST, R.K.; WEIGAND, G.G.*
Wall layer models for the calculation of velocity and heat transfer in turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA-86-0213*
1986. `
..24.1,21.0,46.0: non-circular orifices, especially with sharp corners, enhance mixing*
GUTMARK, E.; WYGNANSKI, I.*
Small scale mixing in the initial region of a jet*
Final Research Report - AD-A193-500*
1986. `
..24.1: intro*
BROWAND, F.K.*
The structure of the turbulent mixing layer*
Physica 18D, 135*
1986. `
..11.6,59.0: can type, with entry swirl*
BICEN, A.F.; JONES, W.P.*
Velocity characteristics of isothermal and combusting flows in a model combustor*
Combust. Sci. and Tech., 49, 1*
1986. `
..11.2,20.0: balances for longitudinal and lateral heat fluxes*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Heat transport in a turbulent plane wake*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 29, 1585*
1986. `
..62.0: hot wire for mean flow only -- impingement velocity = 2 . 3 U, inf.*
SUGIYAMA, Y.; KOJIMA, Y.; NIWA, F.*
A three-dimensional flow field around a turbulent jet injected normally into a confined cross flow*
Memoirs, Fac. of Engg., Nagoya University, 38, 233*
1986. `
..46.0,50.0,51.0,61.0,62.0:lateral growth rate about 4 times vertical - mean vel. and u' (hot film) meas. up to x/D=60 only*
MacARTHUR, C.D.*
Fluid dynamics and heat transfer of the circular tangential wall jet*
PhD thesis, Univ. of Dayton*
1986. `
..25.7,19.2:extension of Kelvin's method - 2 and 3D. Relevant to vortex stretching?*
CRAIK, A.D.D.; CRIMINALE*, W.O.*
Evolution of wavelike disturbances in shear flows - a class of exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations*
Proc. Roy. Soc. A406, 13*
1986. `
..52.0,22.1: Morrison's pineapple*
CARPENTER, P.W.; BRIDSON, D.W.; GREEN, P.N.*
Features of discrete tones generated by jet flows over Coanda surfaces*
AIAA-86-1365*
1986. `
..49.0,44.2: also ch. 7 on internal BLs by Johnston*
KLINE, S.J.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Diffusers - flow phenomena and design*
Advanced topics in turbomachinery technology (PLS-2) (D. Japikse, ed.), Concepts ETI, Inc.*
1986. `
..19.2: recurrence relations, representing cascade "chain" - useful references to Russian work. See also J. de Mec. 1988*
GLEDZER, E.B.*
Estimate of the constant in "2/3 law" of turbulence obtained by reduction of the hydrodynamic equations*
Soviet Physics JETP vol. 64, pt. 3, p. 483*
1986. `
..18.1: relevant to eddy shocklets?*
HUSSAINI, M.Y.; COLLIER, P.; BUSHNELL, D.M.*
Turbulence alteration due to shock motion*
Turbulent shear layer/shock wave interactions (J. Delery, Ed.), Springer, p. 371*
1986. `
..18.1: relevant to eddy shocklets*
HUSSAINI, M.Y.; COLLIER, F.; BUSHNELL, D.M.*
Turbulence alteration due to shock motion*
Turbulent Shear Layer/Shock Wave Interactions (IUTAM Symposium 1985, Ed. J. Delery), Springer*
1986. `
..22.2:just so*
KLINE, S.J.; ROSENBERG, N.*
An overview of innovation*
In "The Positive Sum Strategy" (R. Landau and N. Rosenberg, Eds.), National Academy Press*
1986. `
..11.6: just so*
QUINN, J.A.; ET AL.*
Measuring diffusion coefficients by Taylor's method of hydrodynamic stability*
AIChE J. 32, 2028*
1986. `
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..14.0,19.4: TSDIA leads to cross-diffusion terms in eps. equation*
YOSHIZAWA, A.*
Statistical modeling of a transport equation for the kinetic energy dissipation rate*
Phys. Fluids 30, 628*
1987. `
..04.0,59.2,24.4: especially the bubble - see also AIAA-86-1065, 87-0242*
BRENDEL, M.; MUELLER, T.J.*
Boundary layer measurements on an airfoil at low Reynolds numbers*
AIAA-87-0495*
1987. `
..25.7: unsteady AF method*
SANKAR, L.N.; MALONE, J.B.; SCHUSTER, D.*
Euler solutions for transonic flow past a fighter wing*
J. Aircraft 24, 10*
1987. `
..25.7,27.2: thin-layer NS, Pulliam method. Pub. version of AIAA-85-1640*
HOLST, T.L.; ET AL.*
Transonic wing flows using an Euler/Navier-Stokes zonal approach*
J. Aircraft 24, 17*
1987. `
..59.2: LDV meas - pub. version of RAE TM Aero 2026*
HASTINGS, R.C.; WILLIAMS, B.R.*
Studies of the flow field near a NACA 4412 aerofoil at nearly maximum lift*
Aero. J. 91, 29*
1987. `
..14.0,11.6,42.1: extension of two-fluid model with inferences from mixing length theory*
SPALDING, D.B.*
A turbulence model for buoyant and combusting flows*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Engg 24, 1*
1987. `
..60.0: another in the series*
DUSSAUGE, J.P.; GAVIGLIO, J.*
The rapid expansion of a supersonic turbulent flow - role of bulk dilatation*
J. Fluid Mech. 174, 81*
1987. `
..12.1,59.0: lock-in etc - Sreenivasan wrong*
VAN ATTA, C.W.; GHARIB, M.*
Ordered and chaotic vortex streets behind circular cylinders at low Reynolds numbers*
J. Fluid Mech. 174, 113*
1987. `
..01.1,59.0,20.0: flying hot wire expts*
PERRY, A.E.; STEINER, T.R.*
Large-scale vortex structures in turbulent wakes behind bluff bodies. Part 1 - Vortex formation processes*
J. Fluid Mech. 174, 233*
1987. `
..05.0,29.6: 3 components from particles and shifted light sheet*
UTAMI, T.; UENO, T.*
Experimental study on the coherent structure of turbulent open-channel flow using visualization and picture processing*
J. Fluid Mech. 174, 399*
1987. `
..01.l,05.0: quadrant vs. VITA*
LUCHIK, T.S.; TIEDERMAN, W.G.*
Timescale and structure of ejections and bursts in turbulent channel flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 174, 529*
1987. `
..62.0: ejector with no secondary flow*
SO, R.M.C.; AHMED, S.A.; YU, M.H.*
The near field behavior of turbulent gas jets in a long confinement*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 2*
1987. `
..29.5: inclined static pressure holes*
ONSRUD, G.; PERSEN, L.N.; SAETRAN, L.R.*
On the measurement of wall shear stress*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 11*
1987. `
..32.1,28.1: in effect, filtered at sample rate*
ADRIAN, R.J.; YAO, C.S.*
Power spectra of fluid velocities measured by laser Doppler velocimetry*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 17*
1987. `
..24.4: Caltech surface heaters - see Cooke IIT*
ROBEY, H.F.*
On the use of a phased heater array for the controlled excitation of arbitrary three-dimensional perturbations in a laminar boundary layer*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 33*
1987. `
..59.0: gauzes at entry - dp/dr evaluated*
LAWS, E.M.; LIM, E.H.; LIVESEY, J.L.*
Momentum balance in highly distorted turbulent pipe flows*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 36*
1987. `
..29.5: disapproves of Nitsche "variable kappa"*
ESCUDIER, M.P.; ACHARYA, M.*
Critique of the computational Preston tube method*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 59*
1987. `
..29.5: not entirely convincing reply to Escudier and Acharya*
NITSCHE, W.*
Rebuttal to "Critique of the computational Preston tube method"*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 63*
1987. `
..32.1,01.2,11.6: seeding in fuel or in oxidant*
DIBBLE, R.W.; HARTMANN, V.; SCHEFER, R.W.; KOLLMANN, W.*
Conditional sampling of velocity and scalars in turbulent flames using simultaneous LDV-Raman scattering*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 103*
1987. `
..59.2: smaller than Thompson 1985*
ADAIR, D.*
Characteristics of a trailing flap flow with separation*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 114*
1987. `
..01.2: VITA as rough location, then correlation between shifted traces at different y*
BRITZ, D.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
A computer algorithm for the identification of temperature fronts in a turbulent shear flow*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 134*
1987. `
..29.6: set of 5mW LEDs*
HILLIER, W.; LENT, H.M.; MEIER, G.E.A.; STASICKI, B.*
A pulsed light generator for high speed photography*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 141*
1987. `
..62.0: mean and fluctuating u*
ELBANNA, H.; SABBAGH, J.A.*
Interaction of two nonequal plane parallel jets*
AIAA J. 25, 12*
1987. `
..60.0,23.0: only double the upstream rms*
TAN, D.K.M.; TRAN, T.T.; BOGDONOFF, S.M.*
Wall pressure fluctuations in a three-dimensional shock-wave/turbulent boundary interaction*
AIAA J. 25, 14*
1987. `
..05.0,29.5: VITA averages scaled on inner variables depend weakly on Re*
SHAH, D.A.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Scaling of wall shear stress fluctuations in a turbulent duct flow*
AIAA J. 25, 22*
1987. `
..16.2: published version of AIAA-85-1610*
DRIVER, D.M.; HEBBAR, S.K.*
Experimental study of a three-dimensional, shear-driven, turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 25, 35*
1987. `
..31.1: averages of other products don't work*
AZAD, R.S.; KASSAB, S.Z.; DANG, T.H.*
Experimental evaluation of approximations for w2 and vw2*
AIAA J. 25, 171*
1987. `
..24.1: report on several forced experiments*
WYGNANSKI, I.J.; PETERSEN, R.A.*
Coherent motion in excited free shear flows*
AIAA J. 25, 201*
1987. `
..13.0: latest version of Green-based model*
JOHNSON, D.A.*
Transonic separated flow predictions with an eddy-viscosity / Reynolds-stress closure model*
AIAA J. 25, 252*
1987. `
..25.5,27.2: says NS nearly as fast as parabolized eqns*
NAPOLITANO, M.*
High Reynolds number separated flow solutions using Navier-Stokes and approximate equations*
AIAA J. 25, 260*
1987. `
..60.0,59.2: perforated wall plenum*
RAGHUNATHAN, S.; MABEY, D.G.*
Passive shock-wave/boundary-layer control on a wall-mounted model*
AIAA J. 25, 275*
1987. `
..25.5,59.2: genuine design*
HIROSE, N.; TAKANASHI, S.; KAWAI, N.*
Transonic airfoil design procedure utilizing a Navier-Stokes analysis code*
AIAA J. 25, 353*
1987. `
..25.7: weak solution depends on discretization*
POWELL, K.G.; MURMAN, E.M.; PEREZ, E.S.; BARON, J.R.*
Total pressure loss in vortical solutions of the conical Euler equations*
AIAA J. 25, 360*
1987. `
..16.1,25.4: elliptic if normal vorticity specified (zero or otherwise)*
EDWARDS, D.E.; CARTER, J.E.; SMITH, F.T.*
Analysis of three-dimensional separated flow with the boundary-layer equations*
AIAA J. 25, 380*
1987. `
..09.3: mainly laminar friction but sensitive to incidence*
GOVINDARAJU, S.P.; CHAMBERS, F.W.*
Direct measurements of drag of ribbon-type manipulators in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 25, 388*
1987. `
..61.1,16.1,25.4: time-like algorithm to avoid space-marching problems*
VAN DALSEM, W.R.; STEGER, J.L.*
Efficient simulation of separated three-dimensional viscous flows using the boundary-layer equations*
AIAA J. 25, 395*
1987. `
..25.5: Mac '81 3 times faster*
ONG, C.; KNIGHT, D.*
Hybrid MacCormack and implicit Beam-Warming algorithms for a supersonic compression corner*
AIAA J. 25, 401*
1987. `
..25.6,25.5,17.2: Re=4 million, 321x80 unsteady grid, 6 hours HITAC time per cycle*
SHIDA, Y.; KUWAHARA, K.; ONO, K.; TAKAMI, H.*
Computation of dynamic stall of a NACA-0012 airfoil*
AIAA J. 25, 408*
1987. `
..14.0,19.4: DIA theory - see Yosh in sec. 19*
NISIZIMA, S,; YOSHIZAWA, A.*
Turbulent channel and Couette flows using an anisotropic k-e model*
AIAA J. 25, 414*
1987. `
..09.3: only very small net drag reduction*
NGUYEN, V.D.; SAVILL, A.M.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
Skin friction measurements following manipulation of a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 25, 498*
1987. `
..16.1: VKI 1986 lectures*
ANON.*
Computation of three-dimensional boundary layers including separation*
AGARD Report No. 741*
1987. `
..29.2: sphere with slots to 112 deg. - 20 mm dia.*
BLACKMORE, P.A.*
A static pressure probe for use in turbulent three-dimensional flows*
J. Wind Engg and Indust. Aero. 25, 207*
1987. `
..06.0,07.0: correlation formulae*
GRANVILLE, P.S.*
Three indirect methods for the drag characterization of arbitrarily rough surfaces on flat plates*
J. Ship Res. 31, 70*
1987. `
..11.3: vortex stretching - including mean wakes of wires*
VANFOSSEN, G.J.; SIMONEAU, R.J.*
A study of the relationship between free-stream turbulence and stagnation region heat transfer*
J. Heat Transfer 109, 10*
1987. `
..11.3,54.0: just so*
EIBECK, P.A.; EATON, J.K.*
Heat transfer effects of a longitudinal vortex embedded in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Heat Transfer 109, 16*
1987. `
..11.3,45.0: heat transfer equivalent of Azzola and Humphrey (unpub.)*
BAUGHN, J.W.; IACOVIDES, H.; JACKSON, D.C.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
Local heat transfer measurements in turbulent flow around a 180-deg pipe bend*
J. Heat Transfer 109, 43*
1987. `
..11.3,45.0,29.6: nice flow viz. - see also p. 55*
CHENG, K.C.; YUEN, F.P.*
Flow visualization studies on secondary flow patterns in straight tubes downstream of a 180 deg bend and in isothermally heated horizontal tubes*
J. Heat Transfer 109, 49*
1987. `
..59.0,61.0: says that mean flow rapidly becomes 2-D*
GAI, S.L.; SHARMA, S.D.*
Pressure distributions behind a rearward facing segmented step*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 154*
1987. `
..29.6: several types of camera or photodiode array*
WINTER, M.; LAM, J.K.; LONG, M.B.*
Techniques for high-speed digital imaging of gas concentrations in turbulent flows*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 177*
1987. `
..32.2: ion drift anemometer*
DURBIN, P.A.; McKINZIE, D.J.; DURBIN, E.J.*
An anemometer for highly turbulent or recirculating flows*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 184*
1987. `
..29.6: TiCl4, and mixed with CCl4 as cleaning agent*
BIENKIEWICZ, B.; CERMAK, J.E.*
A flow visualisation technique for low-speed wind-tunnel studies*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 212*
1987. `
..29.6: fibre optics connection to fixed laser*
KOGA, D.J.; ABRAHAMSON, S.D.; EATON, J.K.*
Development of a portable laser sheet*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 215*
1987. `
..45.0,24.4: see p. 43*
ACARLAR, M.S.; SMITH, C.R.*
A study of hairpin vortices in a laminar boundary layer. Part I. Hairpin vortices generated by a hemisphere protuberance*
J. Fluid Mech. 175, 1*
1987. `
..24.4: see p. 1 - good sketches and video frames*
ACARLAR, M.S.; SMITH, C.R.*
A study of hairpin vortices in a laminar boundary layer. Part II. Hairpin vortices generated by fluid injection*
J. Fluid Mech. 175, 43*
1987. `
..23.0,05.0,01.0: mainly VITA - sweeps gives low p and uv*
JOHANSSON, A.V.; HER, J.Y.; HARITONIDIS, J.H.*
On the generation of high-amplitude wall-pressure peaks in turbulent boundary layers and spots*
J. Fluid Mech. 175, 119*
1987. `
..53.0,20.0: see Savill and Masuda jet*
NAKAYAMA, A.*
Curvature and pressure-gradient effects on a small-defect wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 175, 215*
1987. `
..45.0: see also 1984 Geophys. F.D.*
MASON, P.J.; MORTON, B.R.*
Trailing vortices in the wakes of surface-mounted obstacles*
J. Fluid Mech. 175, 247*
1987. `
..18.2,53.0: delta/R of . 02 and . 1 behave very differently*
JAYARAM, M.; TAYLOR, M.W.; SMITS, A.J.*
The response of a compressible turbulent boundary layer to short regions of concave surface curvature*
J. Fluid Mech. 175, 343*
1987. `
..32.2: simple relations between vel. and p.d. statistics*
TSINOBER, A.; KIT, E.; TEITEL, M.*
On the relevance of the potential-difference method for turbulence measurements*
J. Fluid Mech. 175, 447*
1987. `
..25.6,53.0: published version*
MOSER, R.D.; MOIN, P.*
The effects of curvature in wall-bounded turbulent flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 175, 479*
1987. `
..16.1,25.6: mild relevance to Ames 3D turbulent test cases*
BERNSTEIN, L.; ISHAQ, M.S.*
The laminar boundary layer on a flat plate in periodic sideslip*
J. Fluid Mech. 175, 535*
1987. `
..25.6,19.2: highly anisotropic - horseshoes*
ROGERS, M.M.; MOIN, P.*
The structure of the vorticity field in homogeneous turbulent flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 176, 33*
1987. `
..24.1: admits helical disturbances - see also p. 221*
COHEN, J.; WYGNANSKI, I.*
The evolution of instabilities in the axisymmetric jet. Part 1. The linear growth of disturbances near the nozzle*
J. Fluid Mech. 176, 191*
1987. `
..24.1: admits helical disturbances - see also p. 191*
COHEN, J.; WYGNANSKI, I.*
The evolution of instabilities in the axisymmetric jet. Part 2. The flow resulting from the interaction between two waves*
J. Fluid Mech. 176, 221*
1987. `
..11.2,19.3: highly anisotropic*
KRISHNAMOORTHY, L.V.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Temperature-dissipation measurements in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 176, 265*
1987. `
..22.2: just so - see also Wieghardt in IAHR book*
OSWATITSCH, K.; WIEGHARDT, K.*
Ludwig Prandtl and his Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 1*
1987. `
..54.0,44.2: burners, turbo. outlets, breakdown etc.*
ESCUDIER, M.*
Confined vortices in flow machinery*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 27*
1987. `
..45.0,16.1,54.0: just so*
BRADSHAW, P.*
Turbulent secondary flows*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 53*
1987. `
..61.0,12.2: definitive discussion*
PERRY, A.E.; CHONG, M.S.*
A description of eddying motions and flow patterns using critical-point concepts*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 125*
1987. `
..11.6: good on physics as well as pdf's*
POPE, S.B.*
Turbulent premixed flames*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 237*
1987. `
..25.5,25.6: mainly collocation - they differentiate Cheb.*
HUSSAINI, M.Y.; ZANG, T.A.*
Spectral methods in fluid dynamics*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 339*
1987. `
..42.2: especially on Great Plains - see p. 493 also*
KLEMP, J.B.*
Dynamics of tornadic thunderstorms*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 369*
1987. `
..42.2: Great Red Spot etc - see p. 369 also*
FLIERL, G.R.*
Isolated eddy models in geophysics*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 493*
1987. `
..12.2: admits limited quantitative applicability - but says the Crow response sets a blueprint for eddy development*
SAVILL, A.M.*
Recent developments in rapid-distortion theory*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 19, 531*
1987. `
..22.2,13.0,25.2: excellent review of all levels*
FERZIGER, J.H.*
Simulation of incompressible turbulent flows*
J. Comp. Phys. 69, 1*
1987. `
..25.5: constructs b.c.s. giving exponential decay outside*
HAGSTROM, T.M.*
Boundary conditions at outflow for a problem with transport and diffusion*
J. Comp. Phys. 69, 69*
1987. `
..25.10: simultaneous - uniform distribution on arc length of solution*
DORFI, E.A.; DRURY, L.O'C.*
Simple adaptive grids for 1-D initial value problems*
J. Comp. Phys. 69, 175*
1987. `
..25.7: finite time step and Seidel when subsonic, infinite timestep where supersonic*
CHAKRAVARTHY, S.R.; SZEMA, K.Y.*
Euler solver for three-dimensional supersonic flows with subsonic pockets*
J. Aircraft 24, 73*
1987. `
..30.2,04.0: general discussion of tunnel tests w.r.t. RPVs*
MARCHMAN, J.F.*
Aerodynamic testing at low Reynolds numbers.*
J. Aircraft 24, 107*
1987. `
..59.2: helicopter tip relevance*
VAN DAM, C.P.*
Induced-drag characteristics of crescent-moon-shaped wings*
J. Aircraft 24, 115*
1987. `
..59.2,22.1: swept blades etc.*
HARDIN, J.C.; LAMKIN, S.L.*
Concepts for reduction of blade/vortex interaction noise*
J. Aircraft 24, 120*
1987. `
..31.1: for high intensity flow - recommends a rotated crosswire*
BURESTI, G.; DI COCCO, N.R.*
Hot-wire measurement procedures and their appraisal through a simulation technique*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 87*
1987. `
..09.1: review of a confused subject - partial rehabilitation of Kramer's dolphin skin*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
Compliant coatings research - a guide for the experimentalist*
J. Fluids & Structures 1, 55*
1987. `
..02.2,01.2,11.2: including prob. dists.*
SCHEFER, R.W.; HARTMANN, V.; DIBBLE, R.W.*
Conditional sampling of velocity in a turbulent nonpremixed propane jet*
AIAA J. 25, 1318 (and SANDIA Rept. SAND87-8610*
1987. `
..31.2: T wire between x wires*
BLAIR, M.F.; BENNETT, J.C.*
Hot-wire measurements of velocity and temperature fluctuations in a heated turbulent boundary layer*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 209*
1987. `
..46.0: includes gamma but no vw*
NAKAMURA, I.; MIYATA, M.; KUSHIDA, T.; KAGIYA, Y.*
An experimental study of the intermittent region of a corner turbulent boundary layer*
JSME Int. J. 30, 72*
1987. `
..28.3: group of articles*
SHELDON, K.*
Image processing*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 3, p. 14*
1987. `
..31.1: colour-contour map of rake signals*
TABATABAI, M.; KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
Flow visualization using hot-wire anemometry*
Dantec Info no. 4, p. 11*
1987. `
..31.1: general description of IC Mech Engg System*
THOMPSON, B.E.*
Appraisal of a flying hot-wire anemometer*
Dantec Info no. 4, p. 15*
1987. `
..25.6,04.0: developing in time - why low Re for LES?*
TSAI, H.M.; LESLIE, D.C.*
Large eddy simulation of a developing turbulent boundary layer at low Reynolds number*
Submitted to J. Fluid Mech. (unpub.?)*
1987. `
..06.0: k,d grooves and grit*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
Rough wall turbulent boundary layers in the transition regime*
J. Fluid Mech. 180, 231*
1987. `
..54.0,59.2:mainly mean flow*
TAKAHASHI, R.K.; McALISTER, K.W.*
Preliminary study of a wing-tip vortex using laser velocimetry*
NASA TM 88343*
1987. `
..28.3: 2D farms or 3D cubes of processors*
MOKHOFF, N.*
Parallelism breeds a new class of supercomputers*
Computer Design vol. 26, no. 6, p. 53*
1987. `
..24.1,18.1: considers splitter plate wake in general - calcs*
KOOCHESFAHANI, M.M.; FRIELER, C.E.*
Inviscid instability characteristics of free shear layers with non-uniform density*
AIAA-87-0047*
1987. `
..25.6: review including Rogers and Moin half-horseshoes*
MOIN, P.*
Analysis of turbulence data generated by numerical simulations*
AIAA-87-0194*
1987. `
..24.1: guide to Foss' interests*
FOSS, J.F.; DAVIS, E.D.; HAW, R.C.; ALI, S.K.*
Coherent motion induced fluctuations in the primary transition region of a plane shear layer*
Presented at ASME Symposium, Univ of Cincinnati*
1987. `
..53.0,31.1: flies spanwise to measure W*
SHIZAWA, T.; HONAMI, S.*
Measurements of longitudinal vortices in a turbulent boundary layer over a concave surface by the flying hot-wire system*
Science University of Tokyo paper*
1987. `
..44.1,30.3: old wind-wave tunnel - new one upcoming*
BOUWMEESTER, R.J.B.; WALLACE, R.G.*
Oil entrainment by breaking waves*
Michigan State Univ., Civ. Engg Dept paper*
1987. `
..43.0: infers vert. component prob. dist from simple updraught/downdraught model*
HUNT, J.C.R.; KAIMAL, J.C.; GAYNOR, J.E.*
Eddy structure in the convective boundary layer - new measurements and new concepts*
To be submitted to Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc.*
1987. `
..11.6,25.2: operator splitting for "stiff" problems*
TZENG, L.S.; WICHMAN, I.S.; BAUM, H.W.*
A combined analytical-numerical solution procedure for chemically-reacting flows*
Michigan State U., M.E.Dept paper*
1987. `
..13.0,53.1: extra curvature terms in model but no extra empirical content*
ZEMAN, O.; JENSEN, N.O.*
Modifications of turbulence characteristics in flow over hills*
Quart J. Roy. Met. Soc. 113, 55*
1987. `
..54.0: anti-swirl VGs downstream*
McGINLEY, C.B.; BEELER, G.B.*
Vortex unwinding in a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Aircraft 24, 221*
1987. `
..11.6: effect of Damkohler number*
DIBBLE, R.; MAGRE, P.*
Finite chemical kinetics effects in a subsonic turbulent hydrogen flame*
SAND87-8601*
1987. `
..17.1: review - MRS criterion validated by Ho*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
Unsteady separation on lifting surfaces*
Appl. Mech. Rev. 40, 441*
1987. `
..45.0,54.0: including unequal vortices with 2 to 1 circulation rates*
PAULEY, W.R.; EATON, J.K.*
An experimental study of the development of longitudinal vortex pairs embedded in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA-87-1309*
1987. `
..25.6: periodic (images) but growing streamwise*
TSAI, H.M.; VOKE, P.R.; LESLIE, D.C.*
Large-eddy simulation of turbulent free shear flows*
Submitted to 5th Int. Conf. on Num. Methods in Lam. and Turb. Flows*
1987. `
..45.0,54.0: single vortex - data report and meandering*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; PAULEY, W.R.; EATON, J.K.*
Interaction between a vortex and a turbulent boundary layer*
NASA TM 88361*
1987. `
..25.6,19.3: vorticity tends to point in the middle strain direction*
ASHURST, W.T.; KERSTEIN, A.R.; KERR, R.M.; GIBSON, C.H.*
Alignment of vorticity and scalar gradient with strain rate in simulated Navier-Stokes turbulence*
To appear in Phys. Fluids*
1987. `
..04.0,50.2,30.1: VPI - effects are large*
MARCHMAN, J.F.; SUMANTRAN, V.; SCHAEFER, C.G.*
Acoustic and turbulence influences on stall hysteresis*
AIAA J. 25, 50*
1987. `
..29.2: chamfered tube plus pitot - mechanical version*
CHU, J.K.; RIOS-CHIQUETE, E.; SAROHIA, S.; BERNSTEIN, L.*
The "Chu-tube" - a velocimeter for use in highly-sheared, three-dimensional steady flows*
Aero. J. 91, 142*
1987. `
..25.6,24.2: suction and blowing*
LAURIEN, E.*
Numerical simulation of active control of laminar-turbulent transition in the flat-plate boundary layer*
DFVLR-FB-86-05*
1987. `
..62.0: inviscid vortex sheet model with allowance for entrainment*
COELHO, S.L.V.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
On the initial deformation of strong jets in cross flows*
DAMTP, Cambridge paper*
1987. `
..31.1: uses current sources instead of top bridge resistors*
MILLER, I.S.; SHAH, D.A.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
A constant temperature hot-wire anemometer*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 311*
1987. `
..29.1,30.1,28.3: 4 micro-controlled degrees of freedom*
SHAYESTEH, M.V.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Microcomputer-controlled traverse gear for three-dimensional flow explorations*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 321*
1987. `
..31.1: just so*
LIGRANI, P.M.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Subminiature hot-wire sensors - development and use*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 323*
1987. `
..31.1: use Collis and Williams with film temperature*
ABDEL-RAHMAN, A.; TROPEA, C.; SLAWSON, P.; STRONG, A.*
On temperature compensation in hot-wire anemometry*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 315*
1987. `
..25.10: published version of AIAA-85-1525 - spring analogy*
NAKAHASHI, K.; DEIWERT, G.S.*
Self-adaptive grid method with application to airfoil flow*
AIAA J. 25, 513*
1987. `
..16.2: synoptic of AIAA-85-1668 on rotating body with step*
HEBBAR, S.K.; DRIVER, D.M.*
Experimental investigation of a swirling, axisymmetric, turbulent boundary layer with pressure gradient*
AIAA J. 25, 521*
1987. `
..25.7: ADI unstable in 3D - so use SLR*
WORNOM, S.F.; HAFEZ, M.M.*
Relaxation algorithms for the Euler equations*
AIAA J. 25, 523*
1987. `
..25.4: second-order accurate on arbitrary grid*
LOYD, B.; MURMAN, E.M.*
Finite-volume solution of the compressible boundary-layer equations*
AIAA J. 25, 525*
1987. `
..25.5: flux-splitting - thin layer only at present*
THOMAS, J.L.; WALTERS, R.W.*
Upwind relaxation algorithms for the Navier-Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 25, 527*
1987. `
..25.10: just so*
HODGE, J.K.; LEONE, S.A.; McCARTY, R.L.*
Noniterative parabolic grid generation for parabolized equations*
AIAA J. 25, 542*
1987. `
..55.0: body of rev. at incidence - significant conv./div. effects on structure*
PATEL, V.C.; BAEK, J.H.*
Boundary layers in planes of symmetry. Part 1. Experiments in turbulent flow*
AIAA J. 25, 550*
1987. `
..24.1,11.6: vol entrainment rate falls 1 percent for each percent density change*
HERMANSON, J.C.; MUNGAL, M.G.; DIMOTAKIS, P.E.*
Heat release effects on shear-layer growth and entrainment*
AIAA J. 25, 578*
1987. `
..54.0: rippled T.E. acts as vortex generators*
WERLE, M.J.; PATERSON, R.W.; PRESZ, W.M.*
Trailing-edge separation/stall alleviation*
AIAA J. 25, 624*
1987. `
..24.1,32.1: confirms frequency jumps found with intrusive HWA*
EINAV, S.; AVIDOR, J.M.; GUTMARK, E.; GASTER, M.*
Initial instability in a free jet mixing layer measured by laser doppler anemometry*
AIAA J. 25, 628*
1987. `
..23.0,21.3: low convection velocity, especially at low k (effect of backoff transducer?)*
McGRATH, B.E.; SIMPSON, R.L.*
Some features of surface pressure fluctuations in turbulent boundary layers with zero and favorable pressure gradients*
NASA CR 4051*
1987. `
..59.0: 20mm x 8 mm high fence - good data including triples*
KIM, K.C.; CHUNG, M.K.*
Investigation of a reattaching separated turbulent shear layer - flow past a two-dimensional normal fence (Parts 1 and 2)*
Submitted to Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow*
1987. `
..28.1,30.2: tunnel unsteadiness matters*
MABEY, D.G.; WELSH, B.L.*
The measurement of oscillatory pressures with discrete and sweep excitation*
J. Fluids and Structures 1, 95*
1987. `
..29.2: extension of Haan - see also pages 275 and 335*
HOLMES, J.D.; LEWIS, R.E.*
Optimization of dynamic-pressure-measurement systems. 1. Single point measurements*
J. Wind Engg and Indust. Aero. 25, 249*
1987. `
..59.0,25.6: coarse*
MURAKAMI, S.; MOCHIDA, A.*
Three-dimensional numerical simulation of air flow around a cubic model by means of large eddy simulation*
J. Wind Engg and Indust. Aero. 25, 291*
1987. `
..29.2,23.0: controlled leak*
GERSTOFT, P.; HANSEN, S.O.*
A new tubing system for the measurement of fluctuating pressures*
J. Wind Engg and Indust. Aero. 25, 335*
1987. `
..24.2,25.6: patterns like Coles' Rotta paper*
KRIST, S.E.; ZANG, T.A.*
Numerical simulation of channel flow transition - resolution requirements and structure of the hairpin vortex*
NASA TP 2667*
1987. `
..54.0: everything except vw - seems to be a well-rolled-up vortex*
MEHTA, R.D.; CANTWELL, E.R.*
Properties of a half-delta wing vortex*
Presented at 6th Turbulent Shear Flows Symposium, Toulouse, paper 8-3*
1987. `
..11.6: see also Expts in Fluids 5, 103*
DIBBLE, R.W.; ET AL.*
Measurements of joint probability of velocity and concentrations in a turbulent nonpremixed flame*
SAND85-8234*
1987. `
..25.1: lively chat - mainly pure maths*
STEWART, I.*
The problems of mathematics*
Oxford University Press*
1987. `
..24.1,54.0: like coloured vortex pictures*
PRESTWICH, A.*
Starburst galaxies - more heat than light*
New Scientist 14 May, p. 46*
1987. `
..50.0: conference version of thesis*
HANCOCK, P.E.; BRADSHAW, P.*
The structure of a turbulent boundary layer beneath a turbulent free stream*
Presented at 6th Turbulent Shear Flows Symposium, Toulouse, paper 1-1*
1987. `
..32.1: not quite clear if it works*
AZZAZY, M.; MODARRESS, D.; HOEFT, T.*
High-sensitivity density fluctuation detector*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 428*
1987. `
..28.3: including pixel-shading advice*
CIARCIA, S.*
Build a Gray-scale video digitizer*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 5, p. 95*
1987. `
..28.3: personal printing has come a long way in a short time*
SEYBOLD, J.W.*
The desktop-publishing phenomenon*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 5, p. 149*
1987. `
..32.2,29.6: akin to 2-shot bubble wire*
HANSEN, E.C.*
Quantitative visualization of steady and unsteady flows using spark velocimetry*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 58, 444*
1987. `
..59.0: "one is dismayed if not surprised by the disorderly state of a topic of such practical importance"*
ZDRAVKOVICH, M.M.*
The effects of interference between circular cylinders in cross flow*
J. Fluids and Structures 1, 239*
1987. `
..54.0,59.2: deployable strakes*
RAO, D.M.; MOSKOVITZ, C.; MURRI, D.G.*
Forebody vortex management for yaw control at high angles of attack*
J. Aircraft 24, 248*
1987. `
..59.2: simple dimensional analysis*
LAVAN, C.K.; DRUMMOND, C.K.*
Applications of similitude in airship design*
J. Aircraft 24, 287*
1987. `
..25.6: full simulation, 192 x-points*
KIM, J.; MOIN, P.; MOSER, R.*
Turbulence statistics in fully developed channel flow at low Reynolds number*
J. Fluid Mech. 177, 133*
1987. `
..23.0,56.0: increase up to separation*
SIMPSON, R.L.; GHODBANE, M.; McGRATH, B.E.*
Surface pressure fluctuations in a separating turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 177, 167*
1987. `
..01.1,12.1: latest version - see Rotta meeting*
PERRY, A.E.; LIM, K.L.; HENBEST, S.M.*
An experimental study of the turbulence structure in smooth- and rough-wall boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 177, 437*
1987. `
..05.0: spanwise fence "scrapers"*
MARUYAMA, S.; TANAKA, H.*
The effect of spatial restriction on the inner-layer structure of wall turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 177, 485*
1987. `
..24.1,22.1,59.0: shear layer differs from free shear layer*
GHARIB, M.; ROSHKO, A.*
The effect of flow oscillations on cavity drag*
J. Fluid Mech. 177, 501*
1987. `
..11.3,59.0: low total T in bluff body wake - the Eckert-Weise effect, which needs a time-dependent explanation. Not Ranque-Hilsch?*
KUROSAKA, M.; ET AL.*
Energy separation in a vortex street*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 1*
1987. `
..54.0,42.2: dishpan experiments - no reference to Crow*
GRIFFITHS, R.W.; HOPFINGER, E.J.*
Coalescing of geostrophic vortices*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 73*
1987. `
..54.0: ellipse become S-shaped, then rolls up*
MELANDER, M.V.; McWILLIAMS, J.C.; ZABUSKY, N.J.*
Axisymmetrization and vorticity-gradient intensification of an isolated two-dimensional vortex through filamentation*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 137*
1987. `
..59.0: mathematical*
JIMENEZ, J.*
On the linear stability of the inviscid Karman vortex street*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 177*
1987. `
..59.0,60.0: Mach number up to 0.9*
NAKAGAWA, T.*
Vortex shedding behind a square cylinder in transonic flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 303*
1987. `
..24.2,25.6: TS wave plus random 3D - rapid breakdown*
SPALART, P.R.; YANG, K.S.*
Numerical study of ribbon-induced transition in Blasius flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 345*
1987. `
..10.0: good profiles of mean and fluctuating conc.*
NAKAMURA, I.; SAKAI, Y.; MIYATA, M.*
Diffusion of matter by a non-buoyant plume in grid-generated turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 379*
1987. `
..24.4: wave packets at spot tips - spreading rate increases with Re*
HENNINGSON, D.S.; ALFREDSSON, P.H.*
The wave structure of turbulent spots in a plane Poiseuille flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 405*
1987. `
..14.0,46.1: stress contains terms quadratic in strain rate - better for secondary flow*
SPEZIALE, C.G.*
On nonlinear k-l and k, eps. models of turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 459*
1987. `
..50.0,59.0: rectangular block*
NAKAMURA, Y.; OZONO, S.*
The effects of turbulence on a separating and reattaching flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 178, 477*
1987. `
..06.0: large range - stub wings, rivets, fairings*
GAUDET, L.*
Measurement of the drag of various three-dimensional excrescences in turbulent boundary layers*
Aero. J. 91, 170*
1987. `
..24.4,01.2: thermocouple rake*
GUTMARK, E.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
On the structure of a turbulent spot in a heated laminar boundary layer*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 217*
1987. `
..24.4: buoyant dye-sheet wake*
HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; MARCUS, D.L.*
Some observations of a sheared Rayleigh-Taylor/Benard instability*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 235*
1987. `
..30.2: painstaking meas.*
KARNIK, U.; TAVOULARIS, S.*
Generation and manipulation of uniform shear with the use of screens*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 247*
1987. `
..04.0,59.2: usually degrades performance at Re=100000*
HUBER, A.F.H.; MUELLER, T.J.*
The effect of trip wire roughness on the performance of the Wortmann FX 63-137 airfoil at low Reynolds numbers*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 263*
1987. `
..19.1: statistics of h.f. envelope*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BRITZ, D.H.; SHAH, D.A.; CHAMBERS, A.J.*
On the fine scale intermittency of turbulence*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 282*
1987. `
..24.2: up-to-date review*
STUART, J.T.*
Instability, three-dimensional effects and transition in shear flows*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 1*
1987. `
..24.3,50.0,30.3: prolate spheroid in several tunnels - DNW best*
MEIER, H.U.; MICHEL, U.; KREPLIN, H.P.*
The influence of wind tunnel turbulence on the boundary layer transition*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 26*
1987. `
..24.4,24.3: short wires in spanwise row*
ZHOU, M.D.; LIU, T.S.*
Stability investigation in nominally two dimensional laminar boundary layers by means of heat pulsing*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 47*
1987. `
..24.2,24.3: full review but no results*
SARIC, W.S.; REED, H.L.*
Three-dimensional stability of boundary layers*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 71*
1987. `
..01.1,24.4: lecture contained latest results for "vortex fingers"*
COLES, D.*
Coherent structures in turbulent boundary layers*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 93*
1987. `
..01.1: up-to-date statement - bow-legged vortices*
PERRY, A.E.*
Turbulence modelling using coherent structures in wakes, plane mixing layers and wall turbulence*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 115*
1987. `
..01.1,43.0: nearly neutral - measure of "burstiness"*
NARASIMHA, R.; KAILAS, S.V.*
Energy events in the atmospheric boundary layer*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 188*
1987. `
..06.0: Nikuradse not close-packed*
TANI, I.*
Turbulent boundary layer development over rough surfaces*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 223*
1987. `
..59.2: historical review plus FFA database*
BERTELRUD, A.*
The role of free flight experiments in the study of three-dimensional shear layers*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 250*
1987. `
..31.1: including 3-wire probe with cold wire for angular acceptance check*
MULLER, U.R.*
Developments in measuring Reynolds stresses*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 300*
1987. `
..16.1: review*
COUSTEIX, J.; MICHEL, R.*
Three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer calculations*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 439*
1987. `
..25.5,59.2: taking over from interaction calculations*
SCHMIDT, W.*
Numerical simulation of turbulent flows using Navier Stokes equations*
Perspectives in Turbulence Studies (Rotta Symposium, Gottingen, H.U. Meier and P. Bradshaw, eds.), Springer, p. 473*
1987. `
..25.6: latest version*
TSAI, H.M.; VOKE, P.; LESLIE, D.C.*
Numerical investigation of a combined free and forced convection turbulent channel flow.*
Presented at 6th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Toulouse, paper 5-3*
1987. `
..29.6: preheated air enters evaporation trays*
GRANDMAISON, E.W.; NG, S.; BEEKER, H.A.*
A smoke generation system for fluid dynamics research*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 605*
1987. `
..31.1: four wires in double Vee*
SAMET, M.; EINAV, S.*
A hot-wire technique for simultaneous measurements of instantaneous velocities in 3D flows*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 683*
1987. `
..11.3,44.2: as heat-transfer analogy*
JOSLYN, H.D.; DRING, R.P.*
A trace gas technique to study mixing in a turbine stage*
ASME 87-GT-118*
1987. `
..53.0,45.0,24.4: preliminary paper on 180 deg bend*
ARNAL, M.; FIRMINO, F.; HUMPHREY, J.A.C.*
Unsteady motion and transition to turbulence in developing curved duct flow*
Presented at 6th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Toulouse, paper 13-2*
1987. `
..53.0,50.0: 90 deg. curve - effect of freestream turb. smaller*
KIM, J.; SIMON, T.W.*
Measurements of the turbulent transport of heat and momentum in convexly curved boundary layers - effects of curvature, recovery and free-stream turbulence*
ASME 87-GT-199*
1987. `
..27.1: including normal stresses and curvature*
ASHILL, P.R.; WOOD, R.F.; WEEKS, D.J.*
An improved, semi-inverse version of the viscous, Garabedian and Korn method (VGK)*
RAE TR 87002*
1987. `
..59.2: aerodynamics*
ANON.*
Integrated design of advanced fighters*
AGARD-LS-153*
1987. `
..54.0,16.2: mean flow - NACA 0015*
HORTON, H.P.; XENOPHONTOS, X.M.*
Experimental studies of viscous regions near streamlined wing tips*
QMC paper*
1987. `
..25.6: spectral versus spatial differencing*
GAVRILAKIS, S.; TSAI, H.M.; VOKE, P.R.; LESLIE, D.C.*
Simulation methods for low Reynolds number channel flow*
Submitted to 5th Int. Conf. on Num. Methods in Laminar and Turb. Flows, Montreal*
1987. `
..07.0: gives integral thicknesses for Finley's wake profile*
TANI, I.*
Equilibrium, or nonequilibrium, of turbulent boundary layer flows*
Proc. Japan Academy, 63B, 96*
1987. `
..28.3,28.1: BASIC program - segment is intersection of plane and triangular facet*
BOURKE, D.*
A contouring subroutine*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 6, p. 143*
1987. `
..25.5: useful general ref*
ROSENFELD, M.; ISRAELI, M.*
Numerical solution of incompressible flows by a marching multigrid nonlinear method*
AIAA J. 25, 641*
1987. `
..30.2: can be large*
TAN-ATICHAT, J.; HARANDI, S.*
Effects of acoustic disturbances on measured flow characteristics through a contraction*
AIAA J. 25, 659*
1987. `
..60.0: increased intensity*
KUNTZ, D.W.; AMATUCCI, V.A.; ADDY, A.L.*
Turbulent boundary-layer properties downstream of the shock-wave/boundary-layer interaction*
AIAA J. 25, 668*
1987. `
..46.0,45.0: initial effects of contraction*
GESSNER, F.B.; FERGUSON, S.D.; LO, C.H.*
Experiments on supersonic turbulent flow development in a square duct*
AIAA J. 25, 690*
1987. `
..62.0: uninspired*
HANCOCK, G.J.*
A review of the aerodynamics of a jet in a cross flow*
Aero. J. 91, 201*
1987. `
..24.3: published version*
ASHILL, P.R.; FULKER, J.L.; WEEKS, D.J.*
The air-injection method of fixing boundary-layer transition and investigating scale effects*
Aero. J. 91, 214*
1987. `
..59.2;24.4,29.2: pressure taps on sliding ribbon*
WEIBUST, E.; BERTELRUD, A.; RIDDER, S.O.*
Experimental investigation of laminar separation bubbles and comparison with theory*
J. Aircraft, 24, 291*
1987. `
..59.2,24.4: useful lack of data at representative Re*
DODBELE, S.S.; VAN DAM, C.P.; VIJGEN, P.M.H.W.; HOLMES, B.J.*
Shaping of airplane fuselages for minimum drag*
J. Aircraft, 24, 298*
1987. `
..27.1: 100-page review*
LOCK, R.C.; WILLIAMS, B.R.*
Viscous-inviscid interaction in external aerodynamics*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 24, 51*
1987. `
..05.0: points out clearly that different sampling schemes locate different parts of ejections*
BOGARD, D.G.; TIEDERMAN, W.G.*
Characteristics of ejections in turbulent channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 179, 1*
1987. `
..27.2: useful background*
PARKINSON, G.V.; YEUNG, W.*
A wake source model for airfoils with separated flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 179, 41*
1987. `
..25.5,54.0: relevance to vortex breakdown unclear - possible axi. alternative to driven cavity*
LUGT, H.J.; ABBOUD, M.*
Axisymmetric vortex breakdown with and without temperature effects in a container with a rotating lid*
J. Fluid Mech. 179, 179*
1987. `
..20.0,19.2: strongly aniso.*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; SHAH, D.A.*
Turbulent energy dissipation in a wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 179, 307*
1987. `
..62.0,45.0: allegedly large entrainment - but very low Re*
HO, C.M.; GUTMARK, E.*
Vortex induction and mass entrainment in a small-aspect-ratio elliptic jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 179, 383*
1987. `
..59.0,24.1: detailed discussion of differences from mixing layer*
CASTRO, I.P.; HAQUE, A.*
The structure of a turbulent shear layer bounding a separation region*
J. Fluid Mech. 179, 439*
1987. `
..30.3,29.6,42.3: just so*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
The water towing tank as an experimental facility. An overview*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 289*
1987. `
..20.0: proportional to width of wake, so not vortex street*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; FULACHIER, L.*
Average wavelength of organised structures in the turbulent far wake of a cylinder*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 298*
1987. `
..32.1: narrow*
DURST, F.; RUCK, B.*
Effective particle size range in laser-Doppler anemometry*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 305*
1987. `
..30.2,29.2: refers to nozzle pressure gradient, not interference*
MAUGHAN, J.R.; INCROPERA, F.P.*
Secondary flow in horizontal channels heated from below*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 344*
1987. `
..29.6: rotate an eccentric cylindrical lens*
SHLIEN, D.J.*
Inexpensive method of generation of a good quality laser light sheet for flow visualization*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 356*
1987. `
..30.2: published version - weave matters as well as solidity*
MEHTA, R.D.; HOFFMANN, P.H.*
Boundary layer two-dimensionality in wind tunnels*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 358*
1987. `
..25.1,12.1: excellent and sane review*
CANTWELL, B.J.*
Applications of phase-plane techniques to fluid mechanics*
Stanford Univ CTR tutorial*
1987. `
..17.1,25.6: sinusoidal free stream and k, eps calc.*
SPALART, P.R.; BALDWIN, B.S.*
Direct simulation of a turbulent oscillating boundary layer*
NASA TM 89460, and TSF 6, p. 417*
1987. `
..13.0,25.6:comptes rendus*
MANSOUR, N.N.; KIM, J.; MOIN, P.*
Reynolds stress and dissipation rate budgets in a turbulent channel flow*
NASA Ames paper*
1987. `
..25.6,05.0: v goes quickly to zero with t so/and it looks like a streaky sublayer*
LEE, M.J.; KIM, J.; MOIN, P.*
Turbulence structure at high shear rate*
Presented at 6th Turbulent Shear Flows Symposium, Toulouse, paper 22-6*
1987. `
..28.3:cycle length 2E9*
TELFORD, A.*
A fast, reversible, 8086 random number generator*
The .EXE Magazine, July, p. 52*
1987. `
..45.0,54.0:another 5-hole probe - see Langston*
PIERCE, F.J.; KIM, C.M.; HARSH, M.D.*
The mean flow structure of a turbulent junction vortex*
Virginia Poly. Rept VPI-E-87-6*
1987. `
..28.2,28.3:one of a series in this issue*
CLOCKSIN, W.*
A Prolog primer*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 9, p. 147*
1987. `
..42.3:the executive toy*
HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; SCHULER, C.*
Transition to turbulence at the interface of an unstable granular solid-liquid pair*
Liverpool Univ. paper*
1987. `
..27.4: Mobbs not-much-progress report*
NEWLING, J.C.*
Viscous-inviscid matching of the flow around 2-D multi-aerofoils*
BAe Woodford Rept No. BAe-MAe-R-FDM-0141*
1987. `
..14.0: emphasizes need for good wall layer model*
RATNANATHER, J.T.*
Studies in simple turbulence models*
Oxford Univ. Computing Lab. Report 87/7*
1987. `
..25.4: "nearly hyperbolic" at high Re*
REES, M.D.*
Moving point and particle methods for convection-diffusion equations*
Oxford Univ. Computing Lab. Report 87/8*
1987. `
..14.0,25.6: 64-page progress report*
HONG, S.K.; PAYNE, F.R.*
Dynamics of large eddies in turbulent channel flows*
Univ. of Texas, Arlington,Tech. Rept 246*
1987. `
..24.1: including vortex calcs*
MEHTA, R.D.; INOUYE, O.; KING, L.S.; BELL, J.H.*
Comparison of experimental and computational techniques for plane mixing layers*
Phys. Fluids 30, 2054*
1987. `
..12.1: Platonic form of TBL - good review of VITA, Bursts etc.*
ARAKERI, J.H.*
Structure measurements in a synthetic turbulent boundary layer*
PhD thesis, Caltech*
1987. `
..25.7,28.2: generates Van der Corput pseudo-random numbers*
TORO, E.F.*
The random choice method on a non-staggered grid utilising an efficient Riemann solver*
Cranfield, C.O.A. Report 8708*
1987. `
..31.1: don't pitch while measuring yaw*
SAMET, M.; EINAV, S.*
Directional sensitivity of unplated slanted-wire probes*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 58, 835*
1987. `
..25.5,25.7: absolutely typical - RAE, ARA and nobody else*
HALL, M.G.; FIDDES, S.P.*
Computational fluid dynamics in the United Kingdom*
RAE Tech Memo Aero 2098*
1987. `
..31.1,01.1: yaw and parasitic pitch calibrations - cosine law good*
CLAUSEN, P.D.; WOOD, D.W.*
The interpretation of X-probe measurements in the wake of a wind turbine*
ASME Sympo. on Thermal Anemometry, Ohio*
1987. `
..62.0: very high jet/tunnel vel. ratio*
BARATA, J.M.M.; DURAO, D.F.G.; HEITOR, M.V.; McGUIRK, J.J.*
The turbulence characteristics of a single impinging jet through a crossflow*
Presented at 6th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Toulouse, paper 13-5*
1987. `
..16.2,53.0,49.0: stress/energy ratio decreases, though streamline curvature concave*
CLAUSEN, P.D.; WOOD, D.H.*
Some measurements of swirling flow through an axisymmetric diffuser*
Presented at 6th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Toulouse, paper 1-3*
1987. `
..28.3: price 28 pounds*
DA CRUZ, F.*
Kermit - a file transfer protocol*
Digital Press (DEC)*
1987. `
..59.2,16.2: underestimates lift at high incidence - favourable radial flow in BL?*
CLAUSEN, P.D.; PIDDINGTON, D.M.; WOOD, D.H.*
An experimental investigation of blade element theory for wind turbines. Part I. Mean flow results*
J. Wind Eng and Indust. Aero. 25, 189*
1987. `
..44.0,43.0: bubbles are useful tracers*
THORPE, S.A.; HALL, A.J.*
Bubble clouds and temperature anomalies in the upper ocean*
Nature, 328, 48*
1987. `
..11.2,44.2: thin sheet of crystals, thin gold sheet for heater*
HIPPENSTEELE, S.A.; RUSSELL, L.M.; TORRES, F.J.*
Use of a liquid-crystal, heater-element composite for quantitative, high-resolution heat transfer coefficients on a turbine airfoil, including turbulence and surface roughness effects*
NASA TM 87355*
1987. `
..59.2,54.0: mainly delta-wing l.e. treatment -JPJ has*
RAO, D.M.; CAMPBELL, J.F.*
Vortical flow management techniques*
Prog. Aero. Sci. 24, 173*
1987. `
..44.2: useful chatty review*
SARAVANAMUTTOO, H.I.H.*
Modern turboprop engines*
Prog. Aero. Sci. 24, 225*
1987. `
..25.2: - know thine enemy*
NOOR, A.K.; ATLURI, S.N.*
Advances and trends in computational structural mechanics*
AIAA J. 25, 977*
1987. `
..54.0,59.2,29.6: slot I/O to affect pairing - General Scanning Co. vibrating mirror for light sheet*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Control of the discrete vortices from a delta wing*
AIAA J. 25, 1042*
1987. `
..14.0,18.1: upgrade of Jones & Launder for 2D compressible stag. pt. flow*
STRAHLE, W.C.; SIGMAN, R.K.; MEYER, W.L.*
Stagnating turbulent flows*
AIAA J. 25, 1071*
1987. `
..25.5,20.0,27.1: full NS - k, eps underestimates far-wake growth*
PATEL, V.C.; CHEN, H.C.*
Turbulent wake of a flat plate*
AIAA J. 25, 1078*
1987. `
..16.2,61.0: 90 deg wedge only - 60 deg to follow*
ANDERSON, S.D.; EATON, J.K.*
Experimental study of a pressure-driven, three-dimensional, turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 25, 1086*
1987. `
..25.5: Baldwin-Lomax. Aerofoil at 25 deg not very periodic*
RUMSEY, C.L.; THOMAS, J.L.; WARREN, G.P.; LIU, G.C.*
Upwind Navier-Stokes solutions for separated periodic flows*
AIAA J. 25, 535*
1987. `
..30.2: just so - low speed*
LEE, D.C.L.; SEARS, W.R.*
Experiments with an adaptable wall wind tunnel for large lift*
J. Aircraft 24, 371*
1987. `
..54.0,50.0: scales on dissipation rate*
SARPKAYA, T.; DALY, J.J.*
Effect of ambient turbulence on trailing vortices*
J. Aircraft 24, 399*
1987. `
..25.5,17.1: 2D, Re up to 1000 - mess of vortices*
BABA, N.; MIYATA, H.*
Higher order accurate difference solutions of vortex generation from a circular cylinder in an oscillatory flow*
J. Comp. Phys. 69, 362*
1987. `
..25.2: good review*
BYRNE, G.D.; HINDMARSH, A.C.*
Stiff ODE solvers - a review of current and coming attractions*
J. Comp. Phys. 70, 1*
1987. `
..25.5: eigenvalue decomposition avoids 3D Poisson storage*
KU, H.C.; HIRSH, R.S.; TAYLOR, T.D.*
A pseudo-spectral method for solution of the three-dimensional incompressible Navier-Stokes equations*
J. Comp. Phys. 70, 439*
1987. `
..59.2: aeronautics mainly involuntary*
NANGIA, R.K.*
Aerodynamic and hydrodynamic aspects of high-speed water surface craft*
Aero. J. 91, 241*
1987. `
..32.1: just so - JKE and others*
EDWARDS, R.V.*
Report on the special panel on statistical particle bias problems in Laser anemometry*
J. Fluids Engg 109, 89*
1987. `
..23.0,59.0: surface-mounted. Rms, pdf, spectra*
SUZUKI, Y.; KIYA, M.; SAMPO, T.; NAKA, Y.*
Pressure fluctuations on the surface of a hemisphere immersed in a thick turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluids Engg 109, 130*
1987. `
..14.0: polishing of Jones-Launder model*
NAGANO, Y.; HISHIDA, M.*
Improved form of the k, eps model for wall turbulent shear flows*
J. Fluids Engg 109, 156*
1987. `
..50.0,11.3: Oklahoma work - U and T defect, not wake, go roughly as exp (-10y/d)*
SEPRI, P.*
Exponential wake structure of heated turbulent boundary layers at elevated levels of free-stream turbulence*
J. Heat Transf. 109, 336*
1987. `
..29.4: calibration factor nearly unity*
PAN, H.C.; ZHANG, S.Y.*
Measurement of streamwise vorticity using a vane vorticity meter*
Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow 8, 72*
1987. `
..45.0,44.2: "the flat plate of 3D flow", he says - see also NASA CR 3986*
ECKERLE, W.A.; LANGSTON, L.S.*
Horseshoe vortex formation around a cylinder*
J. Turbomachinery, 109, 278*
1987. `
..19.3: consequence of an inverse cube fit to f(r)*
ROSEN, G.*
Transformation invariance of the longitudinal velocity correlation in a grid-generated turbulence at high Reynolds numbers*
J. Fluid Mech. 180, 87*
1987. `
..13.0,18.1,24.1: conventional averaging and conventional turbulence model do well - at M=0*
SHIH, T.H.; LUMLEY, J.L.; JANICKA, J.*
Second-order modelling of a variable-density mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 180, 93*
1987. `
..59.0,28.1,29.6: 2D Galerkin NS sim. at Re=110 - streaklines, streamlines and particle paths*
EATON, B.E.*
Analysis of laminar vortex shedding behind a circular cylinder by computer-aided flow visualization*
J. Fluid Mech. 180, 117*
1987. `
..21.1,54.0: includes vw - says swirl decreases mixing at large x*
ELSNER, J.W.; KURZAK, L.*
Characteristics of turbulent flow in slightly heated free swirling jets*
J. Fluid Mech. 180, 147*
1987. `
..20.0: for x = 40d or less, get wavy vortex rolls*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; HAYAKAWA, M.*
Eduction of large-scale organised structures in a plane turbulent wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 180, 193*
1987. `
..60.0,23.0: shock osc. freq. equals outer layer bursting freq. 0.13 u/delta*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.; MUCK, K.C.*
Some new aspects of the shock-wave/boundary-layer interaction in compression-ramp flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 180, 405*
1987. `
..54.0: in still air*
WALKER, J.D.A.; SMITH, C.R.; CERRA, A.W.; DOLIGALSKI, T.L.*
The impact of a vortex ring on a wall*
J. Fluid Mech. 181, 99*
1987. `
..59.0,24.4: expts on interaction between Karman vortices and shear layer modes*
KOURTA, A.; BOISSON, H.C.; CHASSAING, P.; MINH, H.H.*
Nonlinear interaction and the transition to turbulence in the wake of a circular cylinder*
J. Fluid Mech. 181, 141*
1987. `
..25.7: general discussion and very plausible results*
RIZZI, A.; PURCELL, C.J.*
On the computation of transonic leading-edge vortices using the Euler equations*
J. Fluid Mech. 181, 163*
1987. `
..11.6,59.0: p.g. affects heat flux balance even at low M*
HEITOR, M.V.; TAYLOR, A.M.K.P.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
The interaction of turbulence and pressure gradients in a baffle-stabilized premixed flame*
J. Fluid Mech. 181, 387*
1987. `
..18.1,25.6: up to supersonic relative M*
PASSOT, T.; POUQUET, A.*
Numerical simulation of compressible homogeneous flows in the turbulent regime*
J. Fluid Mech. 181, 441*
1987. `
..24.2: interaction between low free-stream freq. and high TS freq.*
GOLDSTEIN, M.E.; LEIB, S.J.; COWLEY, S.J.*
Generation of Tollmien-Schlichting waves on interactive marginally separated flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 181, 485*
1987. `
..18.2,60.0: MBB aerofoil - benchmark LDV mean vel. meas.*
MATEER, G.G.; ET AL.*
An experimental investigation of a supercritical airfoil at transonic speeds*
AIAA-87-1241*
1987. `
..14.0,25.6: see also U. Tex. Arlington Rept 246*
HONG, S.K.; PAYNE, F.R.*
Development of large-eddy interaction model for inhomogeneous turbulent flows*
AIAA-87-1248*
1987. `
..32.2: double pulse gives temperature and density*
GROSS, K.P.; McKENZIE, R.L.; LOGAN, P.*
Measurements of temperature, density, pressure and their fluctuations in supersonic turbulence using laser-induced fluorescence*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 372*
1987. `
..32.2: fluorescence proportional to velocity normal to laser sheet*
RICKA, J.*
Photobleaching velocimetry*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 381*
1987. `
..24.1,44.3,54.0: strong spanwise flow from sidewall into vortex core - see AIAA J. 26, 1403, 1988*
AUERBACH, D.*
Some three-dimensional effects during vortex generation at a straight edge*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 385*
1987. `
..29.6: image processing of fringe pattern to get continuous density plot*
WATT, D.W.; VEST, C.M.*
Digital interferometry for flow visualization*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 401*
1987. `
..31.1: just so*
LIGRANI, P.M.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Spatial resolution and measurement of turbulence in the viscous sublayer using subminiature hot-wire probes*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 407*
1987. `
..29.6: phase-locked hydrogen bubble pics*
ONGOREN, A.; CHEN, J.; ROCKWELL, D.*
Multiple time-surface characterization of time-dependent three-dimensional flows*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 418*
1987. `
..31.2: need l/d > 1500*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
The effect of wire length on temperature statistics in a turbulent wake*
Expts. in Fluids 5, 426*
1987. `
..13.0,11.1: cumulant discard analysis - N.B. TSF 1-4 are 79, 80, 82, 85*
DAKOS, T.; GIBSON, M.M.*
On modelling the pressure terms of the scalar flux equations*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer), p. 7*
1987. `
..13.0: transport terms from one-point closure*
BERTOGLIO, J.P.; JEANDEL, D.*
A simplified spectral closure for inhomogeneous turbulence - application to the boundary layer*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 19*
1987. `
..50.0,24.1: shear-free mixing layer between two iso. turb. fields - see next*
VEERAVALLI, S.; WARHAFT, Z.*
The interaction of two distinct turbulent velocity scales in the absence of mean shear*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 31*
1987. `
..50.0,24.1,13.0: new dissipation equation - see previous*
POPE, S.B.; HAWORTH, D.C.*
The mixing layer between turbulent fields of different scales*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 44*
1987. `
..25.6: irrotational strains and relaxation - 128 cubed, simple pressure-strain behaviour*
LEE, M.J.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
On the structure of homogeneous turbulence*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer), p. 54*
1987. `
..53.0,42.3: preliminary meas. - unspectacular*
ROHR, J.J.; HELLAND, K.N.; ITSWEIRE, E.C.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
Turbulence in a stably stratified shear flow - a progress report*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 67*
1987. `
..20.0: nearly all bodies produce self - pres. wakes*
LOUCHEZ, P.R.; KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
Investigation of the detailed spread characteristics of plane turbulent wakes*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 98*
1987. `
..24.1,25.6: Re, x=3 million - 8 x-wires, and highly-3D randomly forced simulation*
METCALFE, R.W.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; MENON, S.; HAYAKAWA, M.*
Coherent structures in a turbulent mixing layer - a comparison between direct numerical simulations and experiments*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 110*
1987. `
..24.1: Re=100 - interaction with side walls*
LASHERAS, J.C.; MAXWORTHY, T.*
Structure of the vorticity field in a plane, free shear-layer*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 124*
1987. `
..24.1: orthogonal decomposition of u(y,t) - vortex ring?*
GLAUSER, M.N.; LEIB, S.J.; GEORGE, W.K.*
Coherent structures in the axisymmetric turbulent jet mixing layer*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 134*
1987. `
..62.0: self-similar fountain with u'/U = 0.5 on C.L.*
SARIPALLI, K.R.*
Laser Doppler measurements in a three dimensional fountain upwash*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 146*
1987. `
..06.0: careful intensity meas.*
ACHARYA, M.; ESCUDIER, M.P.*
Turbulent flow over mesh roughness*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 176*
1987. `
..04.0: log law down to R, theta = 600*
ERM, L.P.; SMITS, A.J.; JOUBERT, P.N.*
Low Reynolds number turbulent boundary layers on a smooth flat surface in a zero pressure gradient*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 186*
1987. `
..01.1: interesting relations between different moments*
DURST, F.; JOVANOVIC, J.; KANEVCE, L.*
Probability density distribution in turbulent wall boundary layer flows*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 197*
1987. `
..25.6,01.1: nice perspective views of surfaces - direct simulation*
KIM, J.*
Evolution of a vortical structure associated with the bursting event in a channel flow*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 221*
1987. `
..25.6: a megabuck of time - funny log law, see Galbraith*
SPALART, P.R.; LEONARD, A.*
Direct numerical simulation of equilibrium turbulent boundary layers*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 234*
1987. `
..27.3,16.1:ML, k,eps and RSM - all rather dodgy*
LIANDRAT, J.; AUPOIX, B.; COUSTEIX, J.*
Calculation of longitudinal vortices imbedded in a turbulent boundary layer*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 253*
1987. `
..45.0: vortex gets flatter with x, even with zero p. g.*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; EATON, J.K.; PAULEY, W.R.*
Interaction between a vortex and a turbulent boundary layer in a streamwise pressure gradient*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 266*
1987. `
..31.1:includes numerical solutions - lam and turb calibns. differ*
CASTRO, I.P.; DIANAT, M.; BRADBURY, L.J.S.*
The pulsed wire skin-friction measurement technique*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 278*
1987. `
..25.5,14.0,11.6: real life - horribly complicated*
COUPLAND, J.; PRIDDIN, C.H.*
Modelling the flow and combustion in a production gas turbine combustor*
Turbulent Shear Flows 5 (F. Durst et al., Eds., Springer) p. 310*
1987. `
..59.2,54.0,17.2: mainly a discussion of forces*
ERICSSON, L.E.; REDING, J.P.*
Fluid dynamics of unsteady separated flow. Part 2. Lifting surfaces*
Prog. Aerosp. Sci. 24, 249*
1987. `
..27.3,48.0,46.0: Gessner's duct with cruciform splitter plate*
DEMUREN, A.O.; RODI, W.*
Three-dimensional calculation of turbulent duct flow with non-uniform inlet conditions*
Computers and Fluids 15, 47*
1987. `
..11.6:also for stagnation points*
BRAY, K.N.C.; CHAMPION, M.; LIBBY, P.A.*
Premixed turbulent flames subject to stretch. Part 1. A simple model applied to flames in counterflowing streams*
Submitted to Combustion and Flame*
1987. `
..12.2:extension of Frisch beta model*
MENEVEAU, C.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
The multifractal spectrum of the dissipation field in turbulent flows*
Yale University paper*
1987. `
..25.2,28.2:just so*
MARVIN, J.G.*
NASA CFD Validation workshop, July 14 - 16, 1987*
NASA Ames paper*
1987. `
..28.2,28.3: Cray to Mac.*
DONGARRA, J.J.*
Performance of various computers using standard linear equations software in a Fortran environment*
Simulation, 51*
1987. `
..18.1: extended analogy between vel. and temp. fluctuations*
GAVIGLIO, J.*
Reynolds analogies and experimental study of heat transfer in the supersonic boundary layer*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, 30, 911*
1987. `
..54.0: Critical Rossby no. of 0.6, based on max. swirl*
SPALL, R.E.; GATSKI, T.B.; GROSCH, T.B.*
A criterion for vortex breakdown*
NASA-CR-178232, N87-18028, Phys. Fluids 30, 3434*
1987. `
..28.2: computer science with a human face - good on AI*
HAREL, D.*
Algorithmics - the spirit of computing*
Addison-Wesley*
1987. `
..61.0: skin-friction singularities are always accompanied by pressure extrema*
TOBAK, M.*
Topology of pressure surfaces in three-dimensional separated flows*
NASA Ames paper (see AIAA-96-0319)*
1987. `
..25.1: just so - high level but not forbidding. Price DM 128*
YAGLOM, A.M.*
Correlation theory of stationary and related random functions. Vol. I - Basic results*
Springer*
1987. `
..45.0,54.0,11.3: St correlates with inner-layer rms intensity*
PAULEY, W.R.; EATON, J.K.*
The effect of embedded longitudinal vortex pairs on turbulent boundary layer heat transfer*
Presented at 2nd Int. Sympo. on Transport Phenomena in Turbulent Flows, Tokyo*
1987. `
..29.6: four lenses, but easily adjustable*
DIEMUNSCH, G.; PRENEL, J.P.*
A compact light sheet generator for flow visualisations*
Optics and Laser Tech. 19, 141*
1987. `
..28.1,28.3: Bezier curves as nonuniform rational B-spline*
WILLIAMS, T.*
Special report on graphics technology*
Computer Design vol. 26, no. 14, p. 53*
1987. `
..25.5: mathematical treatment - see ASME 84-GT-241, 85-GT-65*
BENSON, D.*
Convection dominated flows using Moores' upwinding method*
Oxford Univ. Computing Lab. Rept 87/4*
1987. `
..24.4,53.0,44.2: flow viz. and mean flow*
SHIGEMI, M.; HOHNSON, M.W.; GIBBINGS, J.C.*
Boundary layer transition on a concave surface*
Proc. I. Mech. E. 262, 223*
1987. `
..12.2: would you believe - Fermat's last theorem?*
STEWART, I.*
The arithmetic of chaos*
Nature, 329, 670*
1987. `
..59.2,24.5: viscous drag on silk filaments*
HUMPHREY, J.A.C.*
Fluid mechanic constraints on spider ballooning*
Oecologia, 73, 469*
1987. `
..53.0,24.1: Re, x only 200000 - no decrease in growth rate for stable curvature*
PLESNIAK, M.W.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
The effect of stabilizing and destabilizing curvature on a turbulent mixing layer*
Presented at 2nd Int. Sympo. on Transport Phenomena in Turbulent Flows, Tokyo*
1987. `
..59.2,03.0: required reading for Wing Design students*
HAINES, A.B.*
27th Lanchester Memorial Lecture - scale effect in transonic flow*
Aero. J. 91, 291*
1987. `
..61.0,16.2: thesis*
ANDERSON, S.D.; EATON, J.K.*
An experimental investigation of pressure-driven three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
Stanford Thermosci. Divn. Rept MD-49*
1987. `
..25.5,27.1: Baldwin-Lomax*
KAYNAK, U.; HOLST, T.L.; CANTWELL, B.J.; SORENSON, R.L.*
Numerical simulation of transonic separated flows over low-aspect-ratio wings*
J. Aircraft 24, 531*
1987. `
..27.4: two elements only - no significant shear-layer merging*
CEBECI, T.; CHANG, K.C.; CLARK, R.W.; HALSEY, N.D.*
Calculation of flow over multielement airfoils at high lift*
J. Aircraft 24, 546*
1987. `
..61.0: check of Tobak's theory*
MEADE, A.J.; SCHIFF, L.B.*
Experimental study of three-dimensional separated flow surrounding a hemisphere-cylinder at incidence*
AIAA 87-2492-CP*
1987. `
..27.3,45.0: laminar calcs.*
GHIA, K.N.; GHIA, U.; SHIN, C.T.*
Study of fully developed incompressible flow in curved ducts, using a multigrid technique*
J. Fluids Engg 109, 226*
1987. `
..21.0: turbulent flow would be similar*
SCHNEIDER, W.; ZAUNER, E.; BOHM, H.*
The recirculatory flow induced by a laminar axisymmetric jet issuing from a wall*
J. Fluids Engg 109, 237*
1987. `
..59.2: just so*
FREYMUTH, P., FINAISH, F.; BANK, W.*
Further visualization of combined wing tip and starting vortex systems*
AIAA J. 25, 1153*
1987. `
..26.1,59.2: almost a streamline curvature method*
GILES, M.B.; DRELA, M.*
Two-dimensional transonic aerodynamic design method*
AIAA J. 25, 1199*
1987. `
..01.1: upstream-inclined cyclic jet*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Simulation of large-eddy structures in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 25, 1207*
1987. `
..21.2: LIF in far field*
DAHM, W.J.A.; DIMOTAKIS, P.E.*
Measurements of entrainment and mixing in turbulent jets*
AIAA J. 25, 1216*
1987. `
..28.3: MS-DOS compatibility is good*
DUNCAN, R.*
A programmer's introduction to OS/2*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 10, p. 101*
1987. `
..28.3,: 80386 is at least slightly faster*
GREHAN, R.*
A closer look*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 10, p. 110*
1987. `
..28.3: board with 512K RAM, A&T $800*
CIARCIA, S.*
Ciarcia's Circuit Cellar - build the circuit cellar AT computer, Part 1 - AT Basics*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 10, p. 115*
1987. `
..53.0,57.0: published version of thesis*
BASKARAN, V.; SMITS, A.J.; JOUBERT, P.N.*
A turbulent flow over a curved hill. Part 1. Growth of an internal boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 182, 47*
1987. `
..01.1,18.2: VITA on wall p. and hot wire signals*
SPINA, E.F.; SMITS, A.J.*
Organized structures in a compressible, turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 182, 85*
1987. `
..53.0,05.0,29.6: smoke wire (invented by Tani)*
SWEARINGEN, J.D.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
The growth and breakdown of streamwise vortices in the presence of a wall*
J. Fluid Mech. 182, 255*
1987. `
..60.0: last in the series - dominated by shock fluctuations*
SMITS, A.J.; MUCK, K.C.*
Experimental study of three shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interactions*
J. Fluid Mech. 182, 291*
1987. `
..17.1: zero mean flow - u and v with LDV*
SLEATH, J.F.A.*
Turbulent oscillatory flow over rough beds*
J. Fluid Mech. 182, 369*
1987. `
..13.0,53.0: uses Gibson-Launder buoyancy model - Johnston results well captured*
LAUNDER, B.E.; TSELEPIDAKIS, D.P.; YOUNIS, B.A.*
A second moment closure study of rotating channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 183, 63*
1987. `
..01.2,02.2,21.1: max conc near r = 0 . 13 x*
SHLIEN, D.J.*
Observations of dispersion of entrained fluid in the self-preserving region of a turbulent jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 183, 163*
1987. `
..50.0,12.2: good agreement with Hunt and Graham*
BRUMLEY, B.H.; JIRKA, G.H.*
Near-surface turbulence in a grid-stirred tank*
J. Fluid Mech. 183, 235*
1987. `
..24.4,24.1: seem surprised by inflexional instability*
GOLDSTEIN, M.E.; DURBIN, P.A.; LEIB, S.J.*
Roll-up of vorticity in adverse-pressure-gradient boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 183, 325*
1987. `
..45.0,44.2: flow viz. plus 5-hole probe*
RICHARDS, P.H.; JOHNSON, C.G.*
Development of secondary flows in the stator of a model turbine*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 2*
1987. `
..11.2: interface position is Gaussian plus quasi-periodic component*
ZUCHERMAN, L.; KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
Digital image analysis of a turbulent flame*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 16*
1987. `
..24.1,59.0,11.6: Sandia, Berkeley etc - orderly, etc.*
KELLER, J.O.; ET AL.*
The structure and dynamics of reacting plane mixing layers*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 33*
1987. `
..22.2,29.1: just so - Euromech 202*
BERG, B. v. d.; BERTELRUD, A.*
Measurement techniques in low-speed turbulent flows*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 61*
1987. `
..03.0,05.0: sequel to Hatzi - sublayer calcs.*
FINNICUM, D.S.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
Effect of favorable pressure gradients on turbulent boundary layers*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 1-2*
1987. `
..53.0: curvature and rotation add plausibly*
KIKUYAMA, K.; NISHIBORI, K.; MURAKAMI, M.; HARA, S.*
Effects of system rotation upon turbulent boundary layer on a concave surface*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 1-4*
1987. `
..45.1,54.1: ASM plus Van Driest*
IACOVIDES, H.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
The numerical simulation of flow and heat transfer in tubes in orthogonal-mode rotation*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 1-5*
1987. `
..62.0,23.0: vortex rings or arcs are real*
HIJIKATA, K.; MIMATU, J.*
Turbulent structure near the stagnation point of an axisymmetric impinging jet*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 2-2*
1987. `
..57.0: slow*
MIYATA, M.; ISHIDA, M.; NAKAMURA, I.*
Relaxation of asymmetric two-dimensional channel flow into a symmetric state caused by a step change in wall roughness*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 2-3*
1987. `
..48.0,59.0: cylinder wake within BL*
MULLER, U.R.; WU, J.*
Experimental investigation of turbuence energy dissipation rate in a relaxing boundary layer*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 2-4*
1987. `
..24.4,53.0,29.6: laminar flow viz. in cross section*
PEERHOSSAINI, H.; WESFREID, J.E.*
Experiments on Gortler rolls*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 2-6*
1987. `
..24.4,53.0,29.6: laminar flow viz. in cross section - see also Toulouse*
PEERHOSSAINI, H.; WESFREID, J.E.*
On the inner structure of streamwise Gortler rolls*
Int J. Heat and Fluid Flow (in press)*
1987. `
..12.2,54.0: solid body*
JACQUIN, L.; LEUCHTER, O.; GEFFROY, P.*
Experimental study of homogeneous turbulence in the presence of rotation*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 3-5*
1987. `
..17.1: lower frequency than Mao*
FINNICUM, D.S.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
Effect of imposed sinusoidal oscillations on turbulent flow in a pipe*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 4-1*
1987. `
..17.1: omega, x/U up to 4*
COOK, W.J.; MURPHY, J.D.*
Measurements of time-dependent boundary layer turbulence in an oscillating flow*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 4-2*
1987. `
..17.1: omega, x/U up to 25*
GAJDECZKO, B.; RAMAPRIAN,B.R.*
Experiments on periodic turbulent boundary layers in adverse pressure gradient*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 4-3*
1987. `
..17.1: water-flow rig*
BRERETON, G.J.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Kinetic-energy transfer in an unsteady turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 4-4*
1987. `
..17.1: omega, plus up to 0.02*
TARDU, S.; BINDER, G.; BLACKWELDER, R.*
Modulation of bursting by periodic oscillations imposed on channel flow*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 4-5*
1987. `
..11.1,25.6: Re, lambda up to 60*
ELGHOBASHI, S.; GERZ, T.; SCHUMANN, U.*
Direct simulation of the initial development and the homogeneous limit of the thermal mixing layer*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 5-1*
1987. `
..25.1,28.1: examples for jet, mixing layer and pipe*
ADRIAN, R.J.; JONES, B.G.; ET AL.*
Experimental study of stochastic estimation of turbulent conditional averages*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 6-1*
1987. `
..29.3,23.0: just so*
MITSCHE, W.; MIROW, P.; SZODRUCH, J.*
Piezo-electric foils as a means of sensing unsteady surface forces on flow-around bodies*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 6-2*
1987. `
..31.1,29.5: just so*
CASTRO, I.P.; DIANAT, M.*
A pulsed hot wire probe for near wall measurements*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 6-3*
1987. `
..31.1: thermal wake detector*
MULLER, U.R.; SCHON, T.*
Developments towards a three-component hot-wire technique for high-intensity and separated turbulent flows*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 6-4*
1987. `
..29.6: digitized movie*
CICCONE, A.D.; KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
Digital image analysis of macroscopic particle motions generated by a turbulent wind*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 6-5*
1987. `
..11.6,03.0: large Re effects*
STARNER, S.H.; BILGER, R.W.*
Anisotropy and turbulence levels in flames and round jets*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 7-2*
1987. `
..44.2,48.1: k, eps calcs. only*
SCHONUNG, B.; MANKBADI, R.R.; RODI, W.*
Computational study of the unsteady flow due to wakes passing through a channel*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 8-1*
1987. `
..62.0: nozzle height 3.5D - only uv*
SARIPALLI, K.R.*
LDV measurements on impinging twin-jet fountain flows with a simulated fuselage undersurface*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 8-4*
1987. `
..45.0,61.0: 30 deg incidence - separation from wing*
OZCAN, O.; OLCMEN, S.*
Measurements of turbulent flow behind a wing-body junction*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 8-5*
1987. `
..45.0: vortex modulated by BL outer layer eddies*
DEVENPORT, W.J.; SIMPSON,R.L.*
Time-dependent structure in wing-body junction flows*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 8-6*
1987. `
..24.1: Lumley decomposition shows vortex ring at x/d=3*
GLAUSER, M.N.; GEORGE, W.K.*
An orthogonal decomposition of the axisymmetric jet mixing layer utilizing cross-wire velocity measurements*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 10-1*
1987. `
..24.1: rms u and pdf's*
MASUTANI, S.M.; KOBAYASHI, H.; ET AL.*
Plane mixing layers with streamwise pressure gradients*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 10-2*
1987. `
..20.0: 8 x-probes at x/d=420*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; BISSET, D.K.*
Symmetric and antisymmetric modes in the turbulent far-wake*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 10-3*
1987. `
..02.1: separate intermittencies for bursts and sweeps, roughly speaking*
TABATABAI, M.; KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
Observations on the turbulent/non turbulent interface of a wake flow*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 10-4*
1987. `
..21.2: HWA and LDV in far field to evaluate balances*
TAULBEE, D.B.; HUSSEIN, H.; CAPP, S.*
The round jet - experiment and inferences on turbulence modeling*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 10-5*
1987. `
..24.1: purely axi. compressible calcs. showing upstream feedback*
GRINSTEIN, F.F.; ORAN, E.S.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Simulation of the transition region of axisymmetric free jets*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 10-6*
1987. `
..16.2,18.2: 45 deg swept bump on axi body at Ames - all the stresses by LDV*
OZCAN, O.*
Measurements in a three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 11-1*
1987. `
..47.1,56.1: k, eps calcs*
CHEN, H.C.; PATEL, W.C.*
The wake of an axisymmetric body with or without tail separation*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 11-3 (Proc. p. 215 with slightly different title, 1989)*
1987. `
..09.3: confused scaling*
BOGARD, D.G.; COUGHRAN, M.T.*
Bursts and ejections in a LEBU-modified boundary layer*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 11-6*
1987. `
..25.6,43.1: with various S.G.S.*
MASON, P.J.; THOMSON, D.J.*
Large-eddy simulations of the neutral-static-stability planetary boundary layer*
Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc. 113, 413*
1987. `
..16.2: 60 and 90 deg. wedges*
ANDERSON, S.D.; EATON, J.K.*
Reynolds shear stress development in pressure-driven three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 13-1*
1987. `
..45.0: LDV - no vw*
SCHMIDT, M.C.; WHITELAW, J.H.; YIANNESKIS, M.*
Flow in out-of-plane double S-bends*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 13-3*
1987. `
..45.0,61.0: ammonia reaction on surface below normal cylinder*
SCHUZ, G.; KOTTKE, V.*
Horseshoe vortices and their effect on heat and mass transfer*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 13-4*
1987. `
..61.0,45.0: short cyl. h/d=2*
HOLSCHER, N.; NIEMANN, H.J.*
Some aspects about the flow around a surface-mounted circular cylinder in turbulent shear flows*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 13-6*
1987. `
..53.0: wall BLs thin - essentially a curved vortex sheet*
KOYAMA, H.S.; OHUCHI, M.*
Wakes behind circular cylinder fixed in a rotating rectangular channel*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 13-7*
1987. `
..59.0: reattachment is spanwise periodic*
HIGUCHI, H.; KIM, H.; FARELL, C.*
On critical flow around a smooth circular cylinder*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 15-1*
1987. `
..59.0,62.0: "ejector pump" - LDV stress meas. and k, eps and transport calcs*
SUZUKI, K.; SUGA, K.; OSHIKAWA, Y.; LEE, C.G.*
LDV measurement of turbulence and test of turbulence models in a recirculating flow*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 15-4*
1987. `
..24.1: no interaction between the various spanwise slices*
SOKOLOV, M.; WYGNANSKI, I.; ANDERSON, R.D.*
Preliminary observations of large structures in a turbulent mixing layer subjected to uneven antisymmetric excitation across the span*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 16-6*
1987. `
..06.0,05.0: counter-rotating vortices - relation to smooth walls not clear*
OSAKA, H.; MOCHIZUKI, S.*
Streamwise vortical structure associated with the bursting phenomenon in a D-type rough wall boundary layer at a low Reynolds number*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 16-7*
1987. `
..18.2,01.1: M=2.87, VITA and uv level indicate hairpins*
FERNANDO, E.M.; SPINA, E.F.; DONOVAN, J.F.; SMITS, A.J.*
Detection of large-scale organized motions in a turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 16-8*
1987. `
..25.1,28.1: high - uv events*
MOIN, P.; ADRIAN, R.J.; KIM, J.*
Stochastic estimation of organized structures in turbulent channel flow*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 16-9*
1987. `
..13.0,54.0: four rapid pressure-strain models, but eps, eqn may be the main difficulty*
FU, S.; LAUNDER, B.E.; LESCHZINER, M.A.*
Modelling strongly swirling recirculating jet flow with Reynolds stress transport closures*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 17-6*
1987. `
..13.0,14.0,49.0: annular diffuser - transport model better than k, eps*
JONES, W.P.; MANNERS, A.*
The calculation of the flow through a two-dimensional faired diffuser*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 17-7*
1987. `
..13.0,14.0,03.0: comparisons for pipe entry length - k, eps poor at low Re*
POLLARD, A.; MARTINUZZI, R.*
A comparative study of eleven models of turbulence*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 17-9*
1987. `
..59.0,25.6: 64x16x16 - Schumann 2-part eddy vis.*
SCHMITT, L.; FRIEDRICH, R.*
Application of the large-eddy simulation technique to turbulent backward facing step flow*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 19-2*
1987. `
..59.0,31.1: HWA and PWA*
DJILALI, N.; GARTSHORE, I.S.; SALCUDEAN, M.*
An experimental and numerical study of the flow around a blunt rectangular section - a test case for computational methods?*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 19-3*
1987. `
..24.1,24.7,25.3: 3D disturbances grow - see NASA TM 88235*
INOUE, O.*
Three-dimensional vortex simulation of a plane mixing layer*
Presented at 6th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flow, Toulouse, paper no. 22-1*
1987. `
..24.4: in effect, a summary of his previous work*
KOHAMA, Y.*
Some expectation on the mechanism of cross-flow instability in a swept wing flow*
Acta Mech. 66, 21*
1987. `
..13.0,22.2:wide definition of "complex" - 2-ph., geophys. etc. Murphy, Deissler, Markatos, Yoshizawa, Grotzbach on modelling*
CHEREMISINOFF, N.P. (Ed.)*
Encyclopedia of Fluid Mechanics, vol. 6 - Complex flow phenomena and modelling*
Gulf Publishing Co.*
1987. `
..11.4: discusses wall T fluctuations - curious results*
SINAI, Y.L.*
A wall function for the temperature variance in turbulent flow adjacent to a diabatic wall*
J. Heat Transf. 109, 861*
1987. `
..24.4,18.2: leading edge contamination and crossflow instability vortices - Langley*
CREEL, T.R.; BECKWITH, I.E.; CHEN, F.J.*
Transition on swept leadng edges at Mach 3 . 5*
J. Aircraft 24, 710*
1987. `
..28.3: 80386/7 outruns VAX 11/780*
KORN, G.A.*
Turbo-simulation - a technical note*
Simulation 49, 267*
1987. `
..24.2,25.6:spatial predictor-corrector for LES at Re = 3000, 32x32x49, starting from TS waves*
DANG, K.; DESCHAMPS, V.*
Numerical simulations of transitional channel flow*
ONERA TP 1987-98, 5th Int. Conf. on Num. Methods in Laminar and Turb. Flows, Montreal*
1987. `
..59.2,30.1: deservedly*
McCROSKEY, W.J.*
A critical assessment of wind tunnel results for the NACA 0012 airfoil*
Presented at AGARD FDP Sympo. on Aerodynamic Data Accuracy and Quality, Naples, NASA TM 100019*
1987. `
..28.3: current crop*
ROBINSON, P.*
A world of workstations*
Byte vol. 12, no. 13, p. 251*
1987. `
..28.3: header file for easy access to ANSI device services*
RIDGWAY, D.*
A C interface*
Byte vol. 12, no. 13, p. 363*
1987. `
..19.1,50.0: review and new expts - parametric study including parallel grids*
ROACH, P.E.*
The generation of nearly isotropic turbulence by means of grids*
Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow 8, 82*
1987. `
..24.1: calcs with multiple harmonics to see effect of forcing*
LIU, J.T.C.; KAPTANOGLU, H.T.*
Control of free shear layers*
AIAA-87-2689*
1987. `
..16.1: general purpose program, QUICK for spanwise derivatives*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
A numerical method for three-dimensional compressible turbulent boundary layer flows*
Presented at 5th Int. Conf. on Num. Methods in Lam. and Turb. Flow, Montreal*
1987. `
..24.2,24.7: relevant to Chen 3D stability analysis*
FISCHER, T.M.; DALLMANN, U.*
Theoretical investigation of secondary instability of three-dimensional boundary layer flows with application to the DFVLR-F5 model wing*
DFVLR-FB 87-44*
1987. `
..24.1,24.2: Squire inadequate at high sweep - vel. flucns. parallel to wave dominate*
HAMA, F.R.; ET AL.*
Vorticity field structure associated with the 3D Tollmien-Schlichting waves*
Sadhana (India) 10, 321*
1987. `
..25.10:Coons patches etc - good review but many obscure references*
SMITH, R.E.; KUDLINSKI, R.A.; EVERTON, E.L.; WIESE, M.R.*
Algebraic grid generation about wing-fuselage bodies*
J. Aircraft 24, 868*
1987. `
..22.2: 600 pages - admin. as well as scientific history*
HANSEN, J.R.*
Engineer in charge. A history of the Langley Aeronautical Laboratory 1917-1958*
NASA SP-4305*
1987. `
..29.1,28.3: power-switching ICs - good review, naming brands*
HORN, D.*
Motion control in miniature*
Mech Engg vol. 109, no. 11, p. 44*
1987. `
..28.3: Inside the IBM PCs - special issue*
DUNCAN, R.*
TSRs Past and Future - MS-DOS and OS/2*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 12, p. 49*
1987. `
..28.3: reads keys during execution*
CLAFF, W.J.*
Better batch files through assembly language*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 12, p. 159*
1987. `
..28.3: just so*
BROOKSHIRE, R.G.*
Rating the IBM Compatibles*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 12, p. 193*
1987. `
..28.3: useful intro - for MS-DOS*
BAKER, P.*
Pipes and filters*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 12, p. 215*
1987. `
..28.3: A look at the various approaches used in this area of AI*
OBERMEIER, K.K.*
Natural-language processing*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 14, p. 225*
1987. `
..28.3: just so*
DAULTON, T.*
Three-dimensional perspective plotting*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 14, p. 307*
1987. `
..28.3: simple enhancement for astronomers*
HARRIS, C.*
Ferret - an image processor*
BYTE vol. 12, no. 14, p. 317*
1987. `
..29.6: mainly separation bubbles*
MUELLER, T.J.*
The visualization of low speed separated and wake flows*
AIAA-87-2422*
1987. `
..50.0,04.0: generally a decrease in lift and drag*
MICHELSEN, W.D.; MUELLER, T.J.*
Low Reynolds number airfoil performance subjected to wake interference from an upstream airfoil*
AIAA-87-2351*
1987. `
..12.2: several interesting case studies*
AREF, H.; GHARIB, M.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
Chaos in shear flows*
AIAA-87-1251*
1987. `
..28.2: NAS opening ceremony - 299 pp. of history, reviews etc*
KUTLER, P. (Ed.)*
Supercomputing in aerospace*
NASA-CP-2454, N87-25998 to 26023*
1987. `
..25.6,18.1: Favre averaged SGI models*
ERLEBACHER, G.; ET AL.*
Towards the large-eddy simulation of compressible turbulent flows*
NASA-CR-178273, N87-21259*
1987. `
..54.0: good review and NS calcs - but Ro not Galilean invariant*
SPALL, R.E.; ASH, R.L.*
A numerical study of three-dimensional vortex breakdown*
NASA-CR-181068, N87-25996*
1987. `
..59.0,56.0: LDV, HWA and thermal tuft - backflow similarity*
NAGABUSHANA, K.A.; SIMPSON, R.L.; AGARWAL, N.K.*
Experimental study of two separating turbulent boundary layers*
NASA-CR-18101, N87-26285*
1987. `
..02.1,23.0,30.2: methods of distinguishing turbulence, unsteadiness, and true irrotational fluctuation*
WOOD, D.H.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
Measurements of the free stream fluctuations above a turbulent boundary layer*
NASA-TM-100036*
1987. `
..59.2,54.0: author regretfully admits birds got there first - nice vortices in crop spray*
SPILLMAN, J.J.*
Wing tip sails - progress to date and future developments*
Aero. J. 91, 445*
1987. `
..59.2,54.0: BAe/Bristol experiments*
WILLMER, A.C.; BARRETT, R.V.; COLEMAN, J.D.*
The tip flow of a part span slotted flap*
Aero. J. 91, 453*
1987. `
..22.2: decline and fall*
PUGSLEY, A.*
The history of the Aeronautical Research Council, a personal view*
Aero. J. 91, 343*
1987. `
..18.1: emphasis on hypersonics - works quite well*
POLL, D.I.A.; HELLON, C.M.*
An appraisal of "flat plate" closure for the approximate solution of boundary layer problems*
Aero. J. 91, 373*
1987. `
..30.3: first pilot tunnel*
LADSON, C.L.; RAY, E.J.*
Evolution, calibration and operational characteristics of the two-dimensional test section of the Langley 0.3 m transonic cryogenic tunnel*
NASA TP 2741*
1987. `
..45.0,44.2: just NACA 65-015 at zero lift - all 6 Reynolds stresses*
HAZAKIRA, B.K.; RAJ, R.S.*
An investigation of the flow characteristics in the blade endwall corner region*
NACA CR 4076*
1987. `
..09.4,06.0: delta U/u tan up to. 1.0 with 15 wall unit spacing - quotes Sawyer and Winter, TM Aero 2112*
GAUDET, L.*
An assessment of the drag reduction properties of riblets and the penalties of off-design conditions*
RAE TM Aero 2113*
1987. `
..31.1: significant even for wood or perspex wall*
TURAN, O.; AZAD, R.S.; ATAMANCHUK, T.M.*
Wall effect on the hot-wire signal without flow*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 20, 1278*
1987. `
..47.0: including modification of Van Driest damping factor*
GRANVILLE, P.S.*
Mixing lengths or eddy viscosities for thick axisymmetric turbulent boundary layers near a wall*
J. Ship Research 31, 207*
1987. `
..31.1: less sensitive to v and w - no details of construction*
GIOVANANGELI, J.P.; CHAMBAUD, P.; MESTAYER, P.*
Ring wire anemometer - Part 1, Calibrations and cooling laws. Part 11, Measurement of small-scale turbulence*
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 58, 2172 and 2175*
1987. `
..54.0: vel. excess on axis can stabilize vortex - yea. Also AIAA paper*
PAGAN, D.; BENAY, R.*
Vortex breakdown induced by an adverse pressure gradient - experimental and numerical approaches*
ONERA TP 1987-119*
1987. `
..11.6,61.0: just so*
ARCOUMANIS, C.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Fluid mechanics of internal combustion engines - a review*
Proc.Inst Mech. Engrs 201C1, 57*
1987. `
..12.2,25.1: somewhat mathematical - one of a series in this issue*
PARKER, T.S.; CHUA, L.O.*
Chaos - a tutorial for engineers*
Proc. IEEE 75, 982*
1987. `
..01.1,32.2: hollow - d=9 mm but d, plus only 16 in oil*
BAWIRZANSKI, E.; RANDOLPH, M.; ECKELMANN, H.*
Direct measurement of streamwise vorticity fluctuations with a cylinder probe*
Presented at 2nd Int. Symp. on Transport Phenomena in Turbulent Flows, Toyko*
1987. `
..28.3: 12 Sept 1958*
ATHERTON, W.A.*
Pioneers 12 - J. St.C. Kilby - inventor of the integrated circuit*
Elec & Wireless World, 93, 1213, Dec.*
1987. `
..52.0: mainly transport eq. calcs - a few expts.*
FUJISAWA, N.; SHIRAI, H.*
Theoretical and experimental studies of a turbulent wall jet along a highly convex surface*
Trans. Jap. Soc. Aero. & Space Sci. 30, 162*
1987. `
..09.4,06.0: 7 percent reduction for y, plus=10*
SAWYER, W.G.; WINTER, K.G.*
An investigation of the effect on turbulent skin friction of surfaces with streamwise grooves*
RAE TM Aero 2112*
1987. `
..25.5,59.2: full NS, Runge-Kutta time stepping*
JOHNSTON, L.J.*
Some preliminary results from a prediction method for the viscous flow around aerofoil sections*
ARA Memo 281*
1987. `
..25.5,25.10: mathematics of optimum triangulation*
WEATHERILL, N.P.; JOHNSTON, L.J.; PEACE, A.J.; SHAW, J.A.*
A method for the solution of the Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations on triangular grids*
7th GAMM Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Mechanics, Louvain*
1987. `
..44.3,59.2: mainly pressure distributions*
BASTEDO, W.G.; MUELLER, T.J.*
Spanwise variation of laminar separation bubbles on wings at low Reynolds numbers*
J. Aircraft 23, 687*
1987. `
..56.0,59.0: ad. for AGARDograph 287*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
Two-dimensional turbulent separated flow*
AIAA J. 25, 775*
1987. `
..60.0: mainly but not wholly laminar*
SKEBE, S.A.; GREBER, I.; HINGST, W.R.*
Investigation of two-dimensional shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions*
AIAA J. 25, 777*
1987. `
..14.0: reworks Rotta k,l as k,eps. - wavelike solution possible*
STUTTGEN, W.; PETERS, N.*
Stability of similarity solutions by two-equation models of turbulence*
AIAA J. 25, 824*
1987. `
..24.1: unit Reynolds number effect*
POTTER, J.L.*
Transition from laminar to turbulent flow in separated shear layers*
AIAA J. 25, 888*
1987. `
..32.2,29.2: Keil tube for fluctuations*
JENKINS, R.C.*
Effects of Pitot probe shape on measurement of flow turbulence*
AIAA J. 25, 889*
1987. `
..56.0,59.3: simple flap - flow not quite separated*
ACHARYA, S.; ADAIR, D.; WHITELAW, J.H.*
Flow over a trailing flap and in its asymmetric wake*
AIAA J. 25, 897*
1987. `
..25.5,27.1: "RNS" has no longitudinal diffusion, and no diffusion at all in y direction*
RAMAKRISHNAN, S.V.; RUBIN, S.G.*
Time-consistent pressure relaxation procedure for compressible reduced Navier-Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 25, 905*
1987. `
..59.0: Re, k=37000 - mainly flapping*
DRIVER, D.M.; SEEGMILLER, H.L.; MARVIN, J.G.*
Time-dependent behavior of a reattaching shear layer*
AIAA J. 25, 914*
1987. `
..25.5,27.1: previous NS calcs. used too small a domain*
CHEN, H.C.; PATEL, V.C.*
Laminar flow at the trailing edge of a flat plate*
AIAA J. 25, 920*
1987. `
..25.7: says LU stable in 3D but ADI unstable*
JAMESON, A.; YOON, S.*
Lower-upper implicit schemes with multiple grids for the Euler equations*
AIAA J. 25, 929*
1987. `
..49.0,60.0: choked, area ratio. 1.52*
HSIEH, T.; BOGAR, T.J.; COAKLEY, T.J.*
Numerical simulation and comparison with experiment for self-excited oscillations in a diffuser flow*
AIAA J. 25, 936*
1987. `
..14.0,53.0: mainly k, eps. with c,mu=0.9 + omega/(dU/dy) - see Pouagare*
WARFIELD, M.J.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Computation of rotating turbulent flow with an algebraic Reynolds stress model*
AIAA J. 25, 957*
1987. `
..53.0,54.0: effective B is 0.25/8a 1-2*
KIM, K.Y.; CHUNG, M.K.*
New eddy viscosity model for computation of swirling turbulent flows*
AIAA J. 25, 1020*
1987. `
..54.0: over a delta wing - calcs and expts*
KRUISBRINK, A.C.H.*
Entrainment effect of a leading edge vortex*
AIAA J. 25, 1025*
1987. `
..04.0,59.2,24.4: useful review and new expts*
O'MEARA, M.M.; MUELLER, T.J.*
Laminar separation bubble characteristics on an airfoil at low Reynolds numbers*
AIAA J. 25, 1033*
1987. `
..25.10: range of mappings for nacelles and pylons*
HALSEY, N.D.*
Use of conformal mapping in grid generation for complex three-dimensional configurations*
AIAA J. 25, 1286*
1987. `
..62.0,23.0: coaxial jets between two normal plates - simple meas.*
NOSSEIR, N,.; PELED, U.; HILDEBRAND, G.*
Pressure field generated by jet-on-jet impingement*
AIAA J. 25, 1312*
1987. `
..60.0: expt. and calc. on glancing SWBL interaction*
KNIGHT, D.D.; HORSTMAN, C.C.; SHAPEY, B.; BOGDONOFF, S.*
Structure of supersonic turbulent flow past a sharp fin*
AIAA J. 25, 1331*
1987. `
..13.0,15.0: integral model with rate equation for mean KE dissipation, following Green et al. Used by Boeing circa 1997*
DRELA, M.; GILES, M.B.*
Viscous-inviscid analysis of transonic and low Reynolds number airfoils*
AIAA J. 25, 1347*
1987. `
..24.7,25.3,27.2: synoptic - needs artificial decay*
BASUKI, J.; GRAHAM, J.M.R.*
Discrete vortex computation of separated airfoil flow*
AIAA J. 25, 1409*
1987. `
..54.0,59.2: Re, c=5800*
ATTA, R.; ROCKWELL, D.*
Hysteresis of vortex development and breakdown on an oscillating delta wing*
AIAA J. 25, 1512*
1987. `
..24.1,24.7,25.3: purely 2D - even unforced statistics are quite good*
INOUE, O.; LEONARD, A.*
Vortex simulation of forced/unforced mixing layers*
AIAA J. 25, 1417*
1987. `
..24.1,18.2: excited structures may not be axi. - and are fairly weak*
LEPICOVSKY, J.; AHUJA, K.K.; BROWN, W.H.; BURRIN, R.H.*
Coherent large-scale structures in high Reynolds number supersonic jets*
AIAA J. 25, 1419*
1987. `
..25.7: can switch separation on and off*
KANDIL, O.A.; CHUANG, A.H.*
Influence of numerical dissipation on computational Euler equations for vortex-dominated flows*
AIAA J. 25, 1426*
1987. `
..25.5: "no clear benefits" - quotes Price, 1966, as originator*
VANKA, S.P.*
Second-order upwind differencing in a recirculating flow*
AIAA J. 25, 1435*
1987. `
..25.10: mainly concerned with general tensor coordinates*
HUNG, C.M.*
Extrapolation of velocity for inviscid solid boundary conditions*
AIAA J. 25, 1513*
1987. `
..30.2: subsonic - also useful review of M=0 corrections*
MURTHY, A.V.*
Similarity rule for sidewall boundary-layer effects in airfoil testing*
AIAA J. 25, 1522*
1987. `
..29.5: from mean vel. profiles - use a complete wall law, e.g. Spalding, rather than just a log law*
SAETRAN, L.R.*
Comparison of five methods for determination of the wall shear stress*
AIAA J. 25, 1524*
1987. `
..12.2,25.6: helicity slightly correlated with low eps. at edge of buffer layer*
ROGERS, M.M.; MOIN, P.*
Helicity fluctuations in incompressible turbulent flows*
Phys. Fluids 30, 2662*
1987. `
..24.7,24.1: knots and helicity - "bridges" akin to longitudinal ribs*
KIDA, S.; TAKAOKA, M.*
Bridging in vortex reconnection*
Phys. Fluids 30, 2911*
1987. `
..24.2,25.6: good agreement with experiment on wave pockets etc.*
HENNINGSON, D.; SPALART, P.; KIM, J.*
Numerical simulations of turbulent spots in plane Poiseuille and boundary-layer flow*
Phys. Fluids 30, 2914*
1987. `
..24.4,09.4: Re over 30000 - relevant to Bandyo's grooves?*
NEARY, M.D.; STEPHANOFF, K.D.*
Shear-layer-driven transition in a rectangular cavity*
Phys. Fluids 30, 2936*
1987. `
..24.2: may be important in inter-mode resonances*
HULTGREN, L.S.*
Higher eigenmodes in the Blasius boundary-layer stability problem*
Phys. Fluids 30, 2947*
1987. `
..24.1: parallel-flow calcs. - progression from Karman street to K-H vortex rolls*
POZRIKIDIS, C.; HIGDON, J.J.L.*
Instability of compound vortex layers and wakes*
Phys. Fluids 30, 2965*
1987. `
..47.1: delta/r only 8 - VITA shows wall bursts are similar to plane flows, but large-scale eddies not constrained by wall*
LUEPTOW, R.M.; HARITONIDIS, J.H.*
The structure of the turbulent boundary layer on a cylinder in axial flow*
Phys. Fluids 30, 2993*
1987. `
..05.0: extensive space-time correlations - y scaling*
BULLOCK, K.J.; COOPER, R.E., KRONAUER, R.E.; LAI, J.C.S.*
Structural similarity and lifetimes of turbulence structures in fully developed pipe flow*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3006*
1987. `
..23.0: transducer d, plus as low as 0.7 in glycerine tunnel - good collapse in inner layer scales*
LAUCHIE, G.C.; DANIELS, M.A.*
Wall-pressure fluctuations in turbulent pipe flow*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3019*
1987. `
..24.1,50.0: still strong periodicity of autocorrelations - but 3D?*
TAVOULARIS, S.; CORRSIN, S.*
The structure of a turbulent shear layer embedded in turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3025*
1987. `
..31.1,32.0: not a systematic study*
ATKINSON, J.F.; DAMIANI, L.; HARLEMAN, D.R.F.*
A comparison of velocity measurements using a laser anemometer and a hot-film probe, with application to grid-stirring entrainment experiments*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3290*
1987. `
..13.0,25.6: significant alignment with most-compressive strain direction*
ASHURST, W.T.; CHEN, J.Y.; ROGERS, M.M.*
Pressure gradient alignment with strain rate and scalar gradient in simulated Navier-Stokes turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3293*
1987. `
..19.1,54.0: helicity flatness factors large and anisotropic*
KIT, E.; TSINOBER, A.; BALINT, J.L.; WALLACE, J.M.; LEVICH, E.*
An experimental study of helicity related properties of a turbulent flow past a grid*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3323*
1987. `
..05.0,01.1,25.6: inner layer scaling at y, plus=12*
KIM, J.; SPALART, P.R.*
Scaling of the bursting frequency in turbulent boundary layers at low Reynolds numbers*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3326*
1987. `
..24.2,25.6: Coles-like "dead cow" patterns*
BIRINGEN, S.*
Three-dimensional vortical structures of transition in plane channel flow*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3359*
1987. `
..13.0,12.2,42.1: spectrum equation with input from mean-flow eigenmode growth rates - only for "unstable" mean flows?*
CANUTO, V.M.; GOLDMAN, I.; CHASNOV, J.*
A model for fully developed turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3391*
1987. `
..24.2,16.1: retracts crossflow/TS interaction in Kozlov volume*
REED, H.L.*
Wave interactions in swept-wing flows*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3419*
1987. `
..20.0,19.2: iso only at high k - Re, lambda from 40 to 80*
ANTONIA, R.A.; SHAH, D.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Spectra of velocity derivatives in a turbulent wake*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3455*
1987. `
..05.0,19.2: l/k law not really universal*
TURAN, O.; AZAD, R.S.; KASSAB, S.Z.*
Experimental and theoretical evaluation of the k-1 spectral law*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3463*
1987. `
..24.2: limit cycle at Re=6000*
JIMENEZ, J.*
Bifurcation and bursting in two-dimensional Poiseuille flow*
Phys. Fluids 30, 3644*
1987. `
..54.0: red spot not actually mentioned - see Hopfinger JFM 125, 505*
MORY, M.; CAPERAN, P.*
On the genesis of quasi-steady vortices in a rotating turbulent flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 185, 121*
1987. `
..32.1,28.1: for LDV - details of interpolation between samples at random positions*
AGUI, J.C.; JIMENEZ, J.*
On the performance of particle tracking*
J. Fluid Mech. 185, 447*
1987. `
..55.0,03.0,05.0: reverse transition is slow*
TABATABAI, M.; POLLARD, A.*
Turbulence in radial flow between parallel disks at medium and low Reynolds numbers*
J. Fluid Mech. 185, 483*
1987. `
..05.0: relevant to sublayer "sweeps"*
ERSOY, S.; WALKER, J.D.A.*
The boundary layer due to a three-dimensional vortex loop*
J. Fluid Mech. 185, 569*
1987. `
..24.2: result of phase shifts in packets - not exactly jitter*
KACHANOV, Y.S.*
On the resonant nature of the breakdown of a laminar boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 184, 43*
1987. `
..54.0: mildly relevant to delta wings*
KRASNY, R.*
Computation of vortex sheet roll-up in the Trefftz plane*
J. Fluid Mech. 184, 123*
1987. `
..24.1,25.6: Re of 400 based on inflexion thickness - rolls can suppress 3D, perhaps only at low Re*
METCALFE, R.W.; ORSZAG, S.A.; BRACHET, M.E.; MENON, S.; RILEY, J.J.*
Secondary instability of a temporally growing mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 184, 207*
1987. `
..20.0: topology and critical points in side view*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; BISSET, D.K.; FULACHIER, L.*
A description of the organized motion in the turbulent far wake of a cylinder at low Reynolds number*
J. Fluid Mech. 184, 423*
1987. `
..25.5: grids overlap laterally - upwind for u, downwind for p*
REGGIO, M.; CAMARERO, R.*
A calculation scheme for three-dimensional viscous incompressible flows*
J. Fluids Engg 109, 345*
1987. `
..59.0: "faired backstep" - backflow intermittency never reaches unity*
SERPA, J.M.; LESSMANN, R.C.; HAGIST, W.M.*
Turbulent separated and reattached flow over a curved surface*
J. Fluids Engg 109, 403*
1987. `
..13.0: modelled equation for triple products, including transport terms*
AMANO, R.S.; GOEL, P.*
Investigation of third-order closure model of turbulence for the computation of incompressible flows in a channel with a backward-facing step*
J. Fluids Engg 109, 424*
1987. `
..60.0: wave-rider like, M=2 and 2.5, complicated separation region*
SAIDA, N.; OOKA, T.*
Shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interactions induced by a semi cone*
Trans Japan Soc. for Aero. and Space Sci. 30, 173*
1987. `
..54.0,59.2: mainly flow viz. - bubble on wing*
HIGUCHI, H.; QUADRELLI, J.C.; FARELL, C.*
Vortex roll-up from an elliptic wing at moderately low Reynolds numbers*
AIAA J. 25, 1537*
1987. `
..14.0: extra term in TKE gradient*
BUSNAINA, A.A.; AHMADI, G.; CHOWDHURY, S.J.*
Two-equation turbulence model consistent with the second law*
AIAA J. 25, 1543*
1987. `
..13.0,04.0: none very satisfactory*
SO, R.M.C.; YOO, G.J.*
Low Reynolds number modelling of turbulent flows with and without wall transpiration*
AIAA J. 25, 1556*
1987. `
..59.0: blunt axial cyl with ring*
KOENIG, K.; VINCENT, L.D.; GRIFFIN, L.W.*
Experimental study of an axisymmetric cavitylike flow*
AIAA J. 25, 1597*
1987. `
..15.0: useful review and upgrade*
GRANVILLE, P.S.*
Baldwin-Lomax factors for turbulent boundary layers in pressure gradients*
AIAA J. 25, 1624*
1987. `
..25.5: finite element technique - good convergence for convection problems*
JACK, R.O.*
Convergence properties of the Lagrange-Galerkin method with and without exact integration*
Oxford Univ. Computing Lab. Num Analysis Group, Rept 87/10*
1987. `
..25.6: report on Euromech 199, Munich 1985*
SCHUMANN, U.; FRIEDRICH, R.*
On direct and large eddy simulation of turbulence*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 88*
1987. `
..25.6,42.1: full simulation - Launder's model quite good*
GERZ, T.; SCHUMANN, U.*
The pressure-strain correlation of a turbulent homogeneous shear flow under strongly-stable stratification*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 105*
1987. `
..28.1: useful physiological optics*
FARGE, M.*
Normalization of high-resolution raster display applied to turbulent fields*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 111*
1987. `
..19.3: triad interactions - local ones fundamentally different*
BRASSEUR, J.G.; CORRSIN, S.*
Spectral evolution of the Navier-Stokes equations for low order couplings of Fourier modes*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 152*
1987. `
..13.0: transport equations for spectrum shape parameters - unclear*
AUPOIX, B.; COUSTEIX, J.; LIANDRAT, J.*
MIS: An alternative for the dissipation equation*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 176*
1987. `
..01.2: conditioned on height and intervals of spikes in square of temperature derivative*
JACQUIN, L.; MESTAYER, P.*
On the detection of dissipation events in a high Reynolds number*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 215*
1987. `
..12.2,25.7: topology of Euler flows*
MOFFATT, H.K.*
Geophysical and astrophysical turbulence*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 228*
1987. `
..25.6: grey-scale vorticity pictures*
BRACHET, M.E.; MENEGUZZI, M.; POLITANO, H.; SULEM, P.L.*
Computer simulation of decaying two-dimensional turbulence*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 245*
1987. `
..24.1: cheerful review*
FIEDLER, H.E.*
Coherent structures*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 320*
1987. `
..54.0: Crow pinch-off mechanism*
TAKAKI, R.; HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.*
Analysis of cut-and-connect of vortex filaments*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 367*
1987. `
..05.0: streaky c,f contour maps*
CHOI, K.S.*
A new look at the near-wall turbulence structure*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 373*
1987. `
..05.0: Gottingen oil-channel experiments using u-VITA*
JOHANSSON, A.V.; ALFREDSSON, P.H.; ECKELMANN, H.*
On the evolution of shear-layer structures in near-wall turbulence*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 383*
1987. `
..05.0,23.0: velocity signals correlated with pressure extrema*
DINKELACKER, A.; SIEBER, M.*
Coherent structures in turbulent pipe flow*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 391*
1987. `
..24.1,54.0: 4-wire probe*
FOSS, J.F.; ALI, S.K.; HAW, R.C.*
A critical analysis of transverse vorticity measurements in a large plane shear layer*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 446*
1987. `
..54.0: 9-wire probe - all 3 components, resolution unclear*
BALINT, J.L.; VUKOSLAVCEVIC, P.; WALLACE, J.M.*
A study of the vortical structure of the turbulent boundary layer*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 456*
1987. `
..29.5,61.0,59.0: comparison of Preston tube, fence, film, McCroskey gauge and PWA (best, fence next)*
DENGEL, P.; FERNHOLZ, H.H.; HESS, M.*
Skin-friction measurements in two- and three-dimensional highly turbulent flows with separation*
Advances in Turbulence (G. Comte-Bellot and J. Mathieu, Eds.), Springer, p. 470*
1987. `
..01.1,28.1: useful entry point*
ADRIAN, R.J.; MOIN, P.; MOSER, R.D.*
Stochastic estimation of conditional eddies in turbulent channel flow*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 7*
1987. `
..12.2,05.0: 10 modes for y, plus < 40*
AUBRY, N.; KEEFE, L.R.*
A low dimensional dynamical system for the wall layer*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 21*
1987. `
..05.0,07.0: y scaling works outside inner layer, but ...*
HUNT, J.C.R.; MOIN, P.; MOSER, R.D.; SPALART, P.R.*
Self similarity of two point correlations in wall bounded turbulent flows*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 25*
1987. `
..05.0: strong shear layers of z-vorticity - see p. 237*
JIMENEZ, J.; MOIN, P.; MOSER, R.D.; KEEFE, L.R.*
Ejection mechanisms in the sublayer of a turbulent channel*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 37*
1987. `
..12.1,13.0,19.3: k-space theory*
BERTOGLIO, J.P.; SQUIRES, K.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
EDQNM closure; A homogeneous simulation to support it. A quasi homogeneous simulation to disprove it*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 53*
1987. `
..42.1,25.6: Gibson like discussion of strain rates*
ASHURST, W.T.; ROGERS, M.M.*
Direct numerical simulation of buoyantly driven turbulence*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 117*
1987. `
..11.6,25.6: just so - turbulent thickness about twice laminar*
EL-TAHRY, S.; RUTLAND, C.J.; FERZIGER, J.H.; ROGERS, M.M.*
Premixed turbulent flame calculation*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 121*
1987. `
..13.0,25.6: based on 2-point velocity correlations*
JENKINS, M.J.; MOREL, T.*
Modeling of turbulent transport as a volume process*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 133*
1987. `
..11.6,25.6: general study on 64^3 mesh*
LEONARD, A.D.; HILL, J.C.*
Analysis of non-premixed turbulent reacting flows*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 141*
1987. `
..19.2,25.6: transport eqn for pdf - vorticity and p.g. uncorrelated*
MORTAZAVI, M.; KOLLMANN, W.; SQUIRES, K.*
A statistical investigation of the single-point pdf of velocity and vorticity based on direct numerical simulations*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 147*
1987. `
..13.0,05.0: correlation of about - 0.5 between pressure and its Laplacian*
BRADSHAW, P.; MANSOUR, N.N.; PIOMELLI, U.*
On local approximations of the pressure-strain term in turbulence models*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 159*
1987. `
..13.0,25.6: highly localized, and associated with large vorticity*
BRASSEUR, J.G.; LEE, M.J.*
Local structure of intercomponent energy transfer in homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 165*
1987. `
..13.0,15.0: scaling on y and dU/dy*
HUNT, J.C.R.; SPALART, P.S.; MANSOUR, N.N.*
A general form for the dissipation length scale in turbulent shear flows*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 179*
1987. `
..13.0,25.6: MacCormack '81 code - mainly in sublayer*
RUBESIN, M.W.; VIEGAS, J.R.; VANDROMME, D.; HA MINH, H.*
Test code for the assessment and improvement of Reynolds stress models*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 185*
1987. `
..13.0,25.6: rapid and return parts of pressure-strain*
SHIH, T.H.; MANSOUR, N.N.; CHEN, J.Y.*
Reynolds stress models of homogeneous turbulence*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 191*
1987. `
..54.0,19.3: remains nearly isotropic*
SPEZIALE, C.G.; MANSOUR, N.N.; ROGALLO, R.S.*
The decay of isotropic turbulence in a rapidly rotating frame*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 205*
1987. `
..13.0,25.6: slow part, in shear homo. turb.*
WEINSTOCK, J.; SHARIFF, K.*
Evaluation of a theory for pressure-strain rate*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 213*
1987. `
..13.0: correlations highly anisotropic*
WOLFSHTEIN, M.; LELE, S.K.*
Relations between two-point correlations and pressure strain terms*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 221*
1987. `
..05.0,25.6: strong shear layers of z-vorticity - see p. 37*
JOHANSSON, A.V.; ALFREDSSON, P.H.; KIM, J.*
Shear-layer structures in near-wall turbulence*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 237*
1987. `
..24.2: liftup-sweep, then shear layer analogous to turbulent flow*
BREUER, K.; LANDAHL, M.T.; SPALART, P.S.*
The simulation of coherent structures in a laminar boundary layer*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 253*
1987. `
..05.0,25.6: asymmetry-preserving averaging schemes - one dominant vortical structure rather than vortex pair*
GUEZENNEC, Y.G.; PIOMELLI, U.; KIM, J.*
Conditionally-averaged structures in wall-bounded turbulent flows*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 263*
1987. `
..21.3,01.1,25.6: mainly eduction of circulation in x-y plane*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; JEONG, J.; KIM, J.*
Structure of turbulent shear flows*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 273*
1987. `
..05.0,25.6: just so*
SWEARINGEN, J.D.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.; SPALART, P.S.*
Inflectional instabilities in the wall region of bounded turbulent shear flows*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 291*
1987. `
..05.0,01.1: allegedly driven linearly from y, plus < 20*
LANDAHL, M.T.; KIM, J.; SPALART, P.S.*
Active layer model for wall-bounded turbulence*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 297*
1987. `
..24.2: wave packets at spot "wing tips"*
HENNINGSON, D.S.; LANDAHL, M.T.; KIM, J.*
Wave-growth associated with turbulent spot in plane Poiseuille flow*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 303*
1987. `
..24.1: comments by Bradshaw, Hunt, Jimenez, Kline*
BRADSHAW, P.*
Coherent structure*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases, Ames/Stanford CTR-S87, p. 313*
1987. `
..14.0,25.5: supplement to IB 28/85 - alleges that models fail because they do not consider the sublayer*
HAAS, U.; SCHONAUER, W.*
Numerical tests with a k, eps. model*
Univ. Karlsruhe Rechenzentrum IB 28a/87*
1987. `
..09.3,09.4: not clear whether there is any favourable interaction*
WALSH, M.J.; ANDERS, J.B.; HEFNER, J.M.*
Combined riblet and LEBU drag reduction system*
NASA-Case-LAR-13286-1, US Patent 4706910*
1987. `
..54.0,45.0: finally appeared July 88*
CUTLER, A.D.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Vortex/boundary-layer interactions - data report. Final report on NASA grant NAGW-581*
Imperial College Aero TN 87-102 - NASA-CR-181462, 181463*
1987. `
..29.6: update/revision of book*
MERZKIRCH, W.*
Techniques of flow visualization*
AGARDograph 302*
1987. `
..28.1: streak photo proc.*
CHO, Y.C.; McLACHLAN, B.G.*
Personal computer (PC) based image processing applied to fluid mechanics*
NASA TM 100024*
1987. `
..12.2: useful intro. and review - relevant to Benard convection*
NESE, J.M.; DUTTON, J.A.; WELLS, R.*
Calculated attractor dimensions for low-order spectral models*
J. Atmos. Sci. 44, 1950*
1987. `
..50.0,44.2: pt. I summary, II and III heat transfer data*
DRING, R.P.; JOSLYN, H.D.; BLAIR, M.F.*
The effect of inlet turbulence and rotor/stator interactions on the aerodynamics and heat transfer of a large-scale rotating turbine model. IV - Aerodynamic data tabulation*
NASA CR 179469, UTRC-R86-956480-4*
1987. `
..29.6,62.0,11.4,07.0: wet and dry TiO2*
RIVIR, R.B.; ROQUEMORE, W.M.; McCARTHY, J.W.*
Visualization of film cooling flows using laser sheet light*
AIAA-87-1914*
1987. `
..29.6,11.6,32.2: CARS for temperature, wet-and-dry Ti02*
ROQUEMORE, W.M.; CHEN, L-D; GOSS, L.P.; LYNN, W.F.*
The structure of jet diffusion flames*
Presented at U.S.-France joint workshop on turbulent reactive flows, Rouen*
1987. `
..30.1,29.6: intro by Peake et al, then Nosenchuck and Gharib on flow viz.*
ANON.*
Aerodynamics and relation hydrodynamic studies using water facilities*
AGARD Conf. Proc. No. 413*
1987. `
..22.2,13.0,12.2: intro by Reynolds, then chaos*
ANON.*
Special course on modern theoretical and experimental approaches to turbulent flow structure and its modelling*
AGARD Report 755*
1987. `
..30.1,29.6: just so*
SMITH, A.M.O.*
Technical evaluation report on the FDP symposium on "Aerodynamic and Related Hydrodynamic Studies using Water Facilities", AGARD CP 413*
AGARD Adv. Rept. 225*
1987. `
..27.4: RAeS 1986 symposium - mainly RAE and Hatfield work*
KING, D.A.; WILLIAMS, B.R.*
Developments in computational methods for high-lift aerodynamics*
RAE TM Aero 2116*
1987. `
..22.1,02.1: effects of intermittency and inhomogeneity*
TATARSKII, V.I.*
Some new aspects in the problem of waves and turbulence*
Radio Science, 22, 859*
1987. `
..12.1,12.2,48.0: dimension deduced from phase space is at least 10 ?*
SIEBER, M.*
Large scale structures in turbulent pipe flow*
Max-Planck-Inst. fur Stromungsforsch, Mitt 83*
1987. `
..13.0: yes - Lumley and Speziale got it wrong*
AHMADI, G.*
On material frame-indifference of turbulence closure models*
Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dynamics 38, 131*
1987. `
..11.1, 22.2: "grasshopper" life of a V.-C.*
HORLOCK, J.H.*
Combined Heat and Power - Thermodynamics and Economics*
Pergamon, Oxford*
1987.`
..59.0: cone downstream of sting with suction*
GEROPP, D.; LEDER, A.*
A study of turbulent near wake-flow characteristics behind the 50 deg. cone using LDA and visualization techniques*
2nd Int. Conf. on Laser Anemometry - Advances and Applications*
1987.`
..52.0,51.0,47.0: HWA and LDV for Reynolds stresses*
RODMAN, L.C.; WOOD, N.J.; ROBERTS, L.*
An experimental investigation of straight and curved annular wall jets*
Stanford/Ames JIAA TR-79*
1987. `
..30.1: suck it and see better*
LEDER, A.; GEROPP, D.*
An active model support to investigate turbulent near wake flow characteristics of axisymmetric bluff bodies*
Proc 12th ICIASF*
1987. `
..61.0,62.0,59.2: inc. 145-page review of V/STOL test techniques*
MITCHELL, K.*
Proc. 1985 NASA Ames Ground-Effects Workshop*
NASA CP 2462*
1987. `
..25.6,31.1: based on 1987 Reno paper - includes x-wire analysis*
MOIN, P.; SPALART, P.R.*
Contribution of numerical simulation data to the physics, modeling, and measurement of turbulence*
NASA TM 100022*
1987. `
..25.6:ejection or shifted inst. log laws quite good - good review*
PIOMELLI, U.; FERZIGER, J.H.; MOIN, P.*
Models for large eddy simulations of turbulent channel flows including transpiration*
Stanford Univ. Rept TF-32*
1987. `
..25.6:filters for LES - see also Phys. FLuids 1986, p. 1755 and p. 2323*
GERMANO, M.*
On the non-Reynolds averages in turbulence*
AIAA-87-1297*
1987. `
..50.0,59.0: high intensities, close to grids (x<14M)*
NAKAMURA, Y.; OHYA, Y.; OZONO, S.*
The effects of turbulence on bluff-body mean flow*
Presented at the 8th Int. Conf. Wind Engrg., Aachen*
1987. `
..43.2,42.1: lakes and reservoirs--full range of methods*
RODI, W.*
Examples of calculation methods for flow and mixing in stratified fluids*
J. Geophys. Res. 92 C5, 5305*
1987. `
..59.0: review - yes, streamwise*
NAUDASCHER, E.*
Flow-induced streamwise vibrations of structures*
J. Fluids and Structures 1, 265*
1987. `
..54.0: says reversed flow is evidence of vortex breakdown*
FUJII, K.; GAVALI, S.; HOLST, T.L.*
Evaluation of Navier-Stokes and Euler solutions for leading-edge separation vortices*
NASA-TM-89458*
1987. `
..25.5,26.1: q, omega and Johnson-King*
COAKLEY, T.J.*
Numerical simulation of viscous transonic airfoil flows*
AIAA-87-0416*
1987. `
..25.5,14.0: details of q, omega - see Coakley AIAA 23,374 for code*
VUONG, S.T.; COAKLEY, T.J.*
Modeling of turbulence for hypersonic flows with and without separation*
AIAA-87-0286*
1987. `
..18.1,14.0: k, eps with dilatation and Favre terms does best - but not well!*
HORSTMAN, C.C.*
Prediction of hypersonic shock-wave/turbulent-boundary-layer interaction flows*
AIAA-87-1367*
1987. `
..13.0,14.0: uses the sublayer model from AIAA-86-0213*
WALKER, J.D.A.; ECE, M.C.; WERLE, M.J.*
An embedded function approach for turbulent flow prediction*
AIAA-87-1464*
1987. `
..13.0,18.1,24.1:*
SHIH,T-H.; LUMLEY, J.L.; JANICKA, J.*
Second-order modelling of a variable-density mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 180, 93*
1987. `
..13.0: includes cubic term in Reynolds stress*
FU, S.; LAUNDER, B.E.; TSELEPIDAKIS, D.P.*
Accommodating the effects of high strain rates in modelling the pressure-strain correlation*
UMIST TFD/87/5*
1987. `
..30.1,30.3: main trouble is the fan support legs (and horrible nacelle shape)*
WADCOCK, A.J.*
The NASA Ames 7 ft. x 10 ft. wind tunnel - present flow quality and recommendations for improvement*
Analytical Methods Report 8705*
1987. `
..59.2: new NACA 4412 LDV meas. in Ames 7x10. K. Jansen has*
WADCOCK, A.J.*
Investigation of low-speed separated turbulent flow around airfoils*
NASA CR 177450*
1987. `
..17.1,59.2: Eaton has complete Proc.*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
What did we learn since the last workshop - a personal view*
Presented at AFOSR Workshop II on Unsteady Separated FLow, USAF Academy*
1987. `
..24.2: Roughly, recirc. - inc. periodic bc's - and non-recirc. Absolutely unstable systems can yield low-order chaos, but not convectively unstable system*
HUERRE, P.*
Spatio-temporal instabilities in closed and open flows*
Instabilities and Nonequilibrium Structures, (E. Tirapegui and D. Villaroel, Eds.) Reidel, 141*
1987. `
..24.1,24.2: Landau equation*
HUERRE, P.*
Evolution of coherent structures in shear flows - a phase dynamics approach*
Nuclear Physics B (Proc. Suppl.) 2, 159*
1987. `
..54.0,24.7,25.3: see Hussain*
ASHURST, W.T.; MEIRON, D.I.*
Numerical study of vortex reconnection*
Phys. Rev. Letters 58, 1632*
1987. `
..12.2,19.3: RNG following Yakhov*
RUBINSTEIN, R.; BARTON, J.M.*
Infrared properties of an anisotropically stirred fluid*
Phys. Fluids 30, 2987*
1987. `
..11.6,24.7,25.3: significant Reynolds stress in flame brush only*
ASHURST, W.T.*
Vortex simulation of unsteady wrinkled laminar flames*
Combust. Sci. and Tech. 52, 325*
1987. `
..22.2:chain-linked model for route from knowledge to market*
KLINE, S.J.*
Research, invention, innovation, and production - models and reality*
Stanford Univ. Thermosci. Divn Rept INN-1C*
1987. `
..19.3: special case of weighted curdling*
MENEVEAU, C.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Simple multifractal cascade model for fully developed turbulence*
Phys. Rev. Letters 59, 1424*
1987. `
..11.6,32.2,29.6: only finds particles with negligible velocity normal to plane*
LEWIS, G.S.; CANTWELL, B.J.; LECUONA, A.*
The use of particle tracking to obtain planar velocity measurements in an unsteady laminar diffusion flame*
Combustion Institute Paper 87-35*
1987. `
..24.7,17.1,25.5: unsteady flow in rectangular cavity - Huang has*
NAJM, H.N.; GHONIEM, A.F.*
Numerical simulation of the convective instability in adump*
AIAA-87-1874*
1987. `
..25.10,44.2: slip surface between grids*
RAI, M.M.*
Navier-Stokes simulations of rotor/stator interaction using patched and overlaid grids*
J. Prop. Power 3, 387*
1987. `
..44.2,25.5: general review*
PAYNTER, G.C.; FORESTER, C.K.; TJONNELAND, E.*
CFD for engine-airframe integration*
ASME J. Engg for Gas Turbines and Power 109, 132*
1987. `
..25.1,22.2: especially chapter 4, 5 on Gaussians*
DEVORS, J.L.*
Probability and statistics for engineering and the sciences*
Brooks/ Cole, Monterey*
1987. `
..43.1: cloud sheets and hexagons -- good review*
AGEE, E.M.*
Mesoscale cellular convection over the ocean*
Dyn. Atmos. & Oceans 10, 317*
1987. `
..22.2: see also Ann. Rev.*
WIEGHARDT, K.E.G.*
Ludwig Prandtl (1875-1953)*
In Hydraulics and Hydraulic Research - A Historical Review (G. Garbrecht, ed., IAHR - Balkema)*
1987.
..25.5,28.2: single processor*
VANKA, S.P.; MISEGADES, K.P.*
Vectorized multigrid fluid flow calculations on a Cray X-MP/48*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Fluids 7, 635*
1987. `
..25.7: useful general review of b.c.s for wave equations - part 2, 1991 Ames paper. See also TM 100010*
THOMPSON, K.W.*
Time dependent boundary conditions for hyperbolic systems*
J. Comput. Phys. 68, 24*
1987. `
..19.3: Beltrami flows not important in dissipation regions -- which are sheets*
KERR, R.M.*
Histograms of helicity and strain in numerical turbulence*
Phys. Rev. Letter 59, 783*
1987. `
..30.2,04.0: in Ames Mars facility - mean flow and turbulence down to Re, theta=500*
WHITE, B.R.*
A low-density boundary-layer wind tunnel facility*
AIAA-87-0291*
1987. `
..25.6,08.0: transpiration section mainly concerned with using bilog law as a b.c.*
PIOMELLI, U.*
Models for large eddy simulations of turbulent channel flows including transpiration*
PhD thesis, M.E. Dept., Stanford Univ.*
1987. `
..59.2: history of previous attempts - Langley etc*
ANDERSON, J.D.*
The Wright brothers. The first true aeronautical engineers*
The Wright Flyer - an Engineering Perspective (H.S. Wolko, ed.) Nat. Air and Space Mus., Smithsonian Inst.*
1987. `
..45.0,59.2: bimodal histogram - first finding of the unsteady structure?*
DEVENPORT, W.J.; SIMPSON, R.L.*
Turbulence structure near the nose of a wing-body junction*
AIAA 87-1310*
1987. `
..03.0,54.0: bursts of turbulence persist even with circumferential velocity three times axial*
NISHIBORI, K.; KIKUYAMA, K.; MURAKAMI, M.*
Laminarization of turbulent flow in the inlet region of an axially rotating pipe*
JSME Internat. J. 30, 255*
1987. `
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..28.2,28.3: intended to apply UNIX grep, etc, to numbers as well*
AHO, A.V.; KERNIGHAN, B.W.; WEINBERGER, P.T.*
The AWK programming language*
Addison-Wesley*
1988. `
..30.3: short description for prospective users*
PUFFERT-MEISSNER, W.*
The transonic wind tunnel (TWB) at DFVLR in Braunschweig*
DFVLR-Mitt. 88-01*
1988. `
..45.0,59.2: chord Re only 200000*
WOOD, D.H.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
Experimental investigation of the flow around a lifting-wing/body junction*
Submitted to 1st Nat. Fluid Dyn. Congr., Cincinnati*
1988. `
..31.2: useful review*
SMITS, A.J.; DUSSAUGE, J.-P.*
Hot-wire anemometry in supersonic flow*
Chap. 5 of A survey of measurements and measurement techniques in rapidly distorted compressible turbulent boundary layers, AGARDograph 315*
1988. `
..25.5,14.0,44.2: 2-stage semi-implicit scheme*
LIU, J.S.; SOCKOL, P.M.; PRAHL, J.M.*
Navier-Stokes cascade analysis with a stiff k, eps. turbulence solver*
NASA TM 100218, ICOMP-87-6, AIAA-88-0594*
1988. `
..28.3:Sidekick-like TSR example - a dodgy business*
SOLOMON, A.*
P-p-Pop-up a program*
PC User 15-31 March, p. 103*
1988. `
..62.0,11.3: circular jet - very clear liquid-crystal contours*
GOLDSTEIN, R.J.; FRANCHETT, M.E.*
Heat transfer from a flat surface to an oblique impinging jet*
J. Heat Tansf. 110, 84*
1988. `
..28.3: of mice and gloves*
WILLIAMS, T.*
Input technologies extend the scope of user involvement*
Computer Design vol. 27, no. 5, p. 41, 1 March*
1988. `
..09.5: special section - drag reduction. Several papers*
HEFNER, J.N.*
Dragging down fuel costs*
Aerospace America vol. 26, no. 2, p. 14*
1988. `
..53.0: claret bottle - convex effects dominate*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
A low-drag nose-body*
AIAA-88-0135*
1988. `
..28.1,28.3: including Apollo 10000 "desktop"*
MANVEL, T.*
Supercomputers - the proliferation begins*
Electronics, vol. 61, no. 5, p. 51, March*
1988. `
..11.6,13.0: useful review and new model*
CHEN, J.Y.; KOLLMANN, W.*
PDF modeling of chemical nonequilibrium effects in turbulent nonpremixed hydrocarbon flames*
SAND88-8605*
1988. `
..53.0,24.4: mainly concentric spheres, cones or cylinders*
WIMMER, M.*
Viscous flows and instabilities near rotating bodies*
Prog Aerospace Sci., 25, 43*
1988. `
..28.1: 16-bit monolithic - half-flash converters*
RIEZENMAN, M.*
Special report - High-resolution arrives for ADC chips and hybrids*
Electronics Jan 7, 133*
1988. `
..28.3: structured query language - see p. 243*
FINKELSTEIN, R.; PASCAL, F.*
SQL database management systems*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 1, p. 111*
1988. `
..28.3: refers to MS-DOS CD-ROM extensions*
DEMARIA, R.*
Microsoft's Bookshelf*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 1, p. 176*
1988. `
..28.3,28.1: transformations of fractal images - enormous compressions*
BARNSLEY, M.F.; SLOAN, A.D.*
A better way to compress images*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 1, p. 215*
1988. `
..27.3,44.2: just so - see also E.Y. Goh thesis*
DEDOUSSIS, V.*
Calculation of turbulent slender flows*
PhD Thesis, Imperial College*
1988. `
..28.3: hypertext cross-linked index to document fragments*
NELSON, T.H.*
Managing immense storage*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 1, p. 225*
1988. `
..28.3: for large databases - see p. 111*
ROBIE, J.*
Fast data access*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 1, p. 243*
1988. `
..28.3: micros with large memory are very cost-effective - run cost 1/100 of mainframe*
SAVILLE, W.*
Achieving mainframe performance*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 1, p. 255*
1988. `
..28.3: Weitek 1167 not streets better than 80387*
THOMPSON, T.*
The Intel 80387 versus the Weitek 1167*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 3, p. 205, March*
1988. `
..28.3: only integer arithmetic - Bresenham's line algorithm*
VAN AKEN, J.; KILLEBREW, C.R.*
Better bit-mapped lines*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 3, p. 249, March*
1988. `
..31.1: n=.41 for Disa plated and unplated probes*
BRUUN, H.H.; KHAN, M.A.; AL-KAYIEUM, H.H.; FARDAD, A.A.*
Velocity calibration relationships for hot-wire anemometry*
J. Phys. E. Sci. Instrum 21, 225*
1988. `
..30.3: review of 13 tunnels*
DRESS, D.A.; KILGORE, R.A.*
Cryogenic wind tunnel research - a global perspective*
Cryogenics vol. 28, no. 1, p. 10*
1988. `
..25.5: FEM and FVM - Delaunay triangles*
REES, M.D.*
Numerical solution of the heat equation on triangular grids*
Oxford Univ. Computing Lab. Num. Analysis Group, Rep 88/2*
1988. `
..31.1: Dryden invented L/R compensator*
KUETHE, A.M.*
The first turbulence measurements - a tribute to Hugh L. Dryden*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 20, 1*
1988. `
..12.2: useful review*
TURCOTTE, D.L.*
Fractals in fluid mechanics*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 20, 5*
1988. `
..30.2: just so*
SEARS, W.R.; ERICKSON, J.C.*
Adaptive wind tunnels*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 20, 17*
1988. `
..24.2: general review*
BAYLY, B.J.; ORSZAG, S.A.; HERBERT, T.*
Instability mechanisms in shear flow transition*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 20, 359*
1988. `
..09.1: optimistic review*
RILEY, J.J.; GAD-EL-HAK, M.; METCALFE, R.W.*
Compliant coatings*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 20, 393*
1988. `
..29.6,28.1: including transforms of tomographic images*
HESSELINK, L.*
Digital image processing in flow visualization*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 20, 421*
1988. `
..44.2,45.0,29.6: useful intro. - 5-hole probe meas. and oil flow*
RICHARDS, P.G.; JOHNSON, C.G.*
Development of secondary flows in the stator of a model turbine*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 2*
1988. `
..28.1,11.6,29.6: digitized video of Bunsen burner*
ZUCHERMAN, L.; KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
Digital image analysis of a turbulent flame*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 16*
1988. `
..28.1,29.6: orthogonal views - 11/750 and IIs image proc.*
RACCA, R.G.; DEWEY, J.M.*
A method for automatic particle tracking in a three-dimensional flow field*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 25*
1988. `
..24.1,11.6: Berkeley work - 2D motion dominates entrainment 3D motion dominates mixing*
KELLER, J.O.; ELLZEY, J.L.; PITZ, R.W.; SHEPHERD, I.G.; DAILY, J.W.*
The structure and dynamics of reacting plane mixing layers*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 33*
1988. `
..32.2: review of multi-p.d. probe in mag. field, and magnetized probe as such*
TSINOBER, A.; KIT, E.; TEITEL, M.*
Electromagnetic methods of turbulence measurements - shortcomings and advantage*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 44*
1988. `
..30.2,50.0: suggests lower limit set by p' in wall BLs - D.Wood disagrees*
MICHEL, U.; FROEBEL, E.*
Lower limit for the velocity fluctuation level in wind tunnels*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 49*
1988. `
..17.1,44.2: LDV - just so*
CENEDESE, A.; ACCARDO, L.; MILONE, R.*
Phase sampling in the analysis of a propeller wake*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 55*
1988. `
..28.1: report on Euromech 202 at NLR*
BERG, B. v.d.; BERTELRUD, A.*
Measurement techniques in low-speed turbulent flows*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 61*
1988. `
..32.1: choice of correction method not trivial*
PETRIE, H.L.; SAMIMY, M.; ADDY, A.L.*
Laser Doppler velocity bias in separated turbulent flows*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 80*
1988. `
..31.1: grid in E,1 - E,2 plane - spline fits, so dodgy for gradients*
LUEPTOW, R.M.; BREUER, K.S.; HARITONIDIS, J.H.*
Computer-aided calibration of x-probes using a look-up table*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 115*
1988. `
..45.0: wing with 1.5 to 1 elliptical nose*
DICKINSON, S.C.*
Time dependent flow visualization in the separated region of an appendage-flat plate junction*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 140*
1988. `
..29.2,23.0: published version - total-p tube plus two x-probes for u,v,w*
GIOVANANGELI, J.P.*
A new method for measuring static pressure fluctuations with application to wind-wave interaction*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 156*
1988. `
..31.2: large effect of overheat on yaw calibration - slack wires with l/d=300*
BONNET, J.P.; KNANI, M.A.*
Calibration and use of inclined hot wires in a supersonic turbulent wake*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 179*
1988. `
..24.4,29.6: in flat-plate wake - inc. details of filtering*
LUSSEYRAN, D.; ROCKWELL, D.*
Estimation of velocity eigenfunction and vorticity distributions from the timeline visualization technique*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 228*
1988. `
..52.0,62.0: around circular cyl. - no great increase in spreading rate after separation*
REW, H.S.; PARK, S.O.*
The interaction of two opposing, asymmetric curved wall jets*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 243*
1988. `
..17.1,28.1: physiological jitter - cyclic and turbulent components separable if there is a spectral gap*
TIEDERMAN, W.G.; PRIVETTE, R.M.; PHILLIPS, W.M.*
Cycle-to-cycle variation effects on turbulent shear stress measurements in pulsatile flows*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 265*
1988. `
..31.1: Ligrani criterion, plus wire spacing. LT. 3 eta*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; SHAH, D.A.*
Selection of wires and wire spacing for x-ires*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 286*
1988. `
..32.1: semiconductor lasers - usable despite poor coherence*
DOPHEIDE, D.; FABER, M.; REIM, G.; TAUX, G.*
Laser and avalanche diodes for velocity measurement by laser Doppler anemometry*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 289*
1988. `
..05.0,54.0: flow viz.*
CHU, C.C.; FALCO, R.E.*
Vortex ring/viscous wall layer interaction model of the turbulence production process near walls*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 305*
1988. `
..42.3: LDV in shallow cavity up to 60x crit. Ra*
MARTINET, B.; ADRIAN, R.J.*
Rayleigh-Benard convection - experimental study of time-dependent instabilities*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 316*
1988. `
..16.2,32.1: shear stress leads vel. gradient - Ames swept bump*
OZCAN, O.*
Three-component LDA measurements in a turbulent boundary layer*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 327*
1988. `
..46.0: vortex pair in each corner (60 or 120 deg)*
KHALIFA, M.M.A.; TRUPP, A.C.*
Measurements of fully developed turbulent flow in a trapezoidal duct*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 344*
1988. `
..29.1: mainly for 3D flows*
LOFDAHL, L.*
Traverse mechanisms for the determination of Reynolds stresses using hot-wire techniques*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 352*
1988. `
..22.2,59.2: the beautiful biplanes of Sydney Camm*
FOZARD, J.W.*
Jubilees in design and development - some comments on change over the period of Camm's work and influence*
Aero. J. 92, 127*
1988. `
..11.6,59.0,32.1: LDV meas. in propane/air behind axi. step expansion*
GOULD, R.D.; STEVENSON, W.H.; THOMPSON, H.D.*
Turbulence characteristics of an axisymmetric reacting flow*
NASA CR 4110*
1988. `
..48.1,59.3: u, v and uv - funny log laws due to dp/dy?*
SUNDARAM, S.; YAJNIK, K.S.*
Measurements on the merging of the wake of NACA 0012 aerofoil with a turbulent boundary layer*
NAL, India, TM FM 8801*
1988. `
..14.0: ASM-like deduction from stress-transport equations for small timescale*
AHMADI, G.; CHOWDHURY, S.J.*
A rate-dependent algebraic stress model for turbulence*
Clarkson Univ. Rept. MIE-163*
1988. `
..31.1: not seen*
HAUGDAHL, J.; LIENHARD V, J.H.*
A low-cost, high-performance DC cold-wire bridge*
J. Phys. E, Sci. Instrum. 21, 167*
1988. `
..06.0: mainly for glaciers - quite small roughness leads to no-slip*
JANSONS, K.M.*
Determination of the macroscopic (partial) slip boundary condition for a viscous flow over a randomly rough surface with a perfect slip microscopic boundary condition*
Phys. Fluids 31, 15*
1988. `
..16.2,27.1: 0 and 25 deg. sweep, up to M = 0.75 - calcs need to include wake normal p.g., curvature etc*
ASHILL, P.R.; WEEKS, D.J.; FULKER, J.L.*
Wind tunnel experiments on aerofoil models for the assessment of computational flow methods*
RAE TM Aero 2121*
1988. `
..53.0: claims turbulence recovery time much longer than mean flow*
ALVING, A.E.*
Boundary layer relaxation from curvature*
PhD thesis, Princeton Univ.*
1988. `
..25.6,16.1:128^3 - max. R,uw tends to 0 . 8*
MOIN, P.*
Direct numerical simulation of Couette-Poiseuille Flow with application to 3-D turbulent boundary layers*
Progress Report on AFOSR grant 87-0285*
1988. `
..l8.2: M=6 with HWA for rho.u and LDV for u and v*
OWEN, F.K.; CALARESE, W.*
Turbulent shear stress measurement in hypersonic flow*
AFWAL-TM-88-188-FIMG, see AGARD Conf. Proc. 428*
1988. `
..32.2,25.6: Specklegram/PIDV*
LOURENCO, L.; KROTHAPALLI, A.*
Instantaneous velocity field measurements of a turbulent rectangular jet (AR-4) using particle image displacement velocimetry*
AIAA-88-0948*
1988. `
..62.0,11.4: short holes in thin skin - LDV for u and v only*
PIETRZYK, J.R.; BOGARD, D.G.; CRAWFORD, M.E.*
Hydrodynamic measurements of jets in crossflow for gas turbine film cooling application*
ASME 88-GT-174*
1988. `
..13.0: just so - especially near-wall regions*
RODI, W.*
Recent developments in turbulence modelling*
Presented at 3rd Int. Symp. on Refined Flow Modelling and Turbulence Measurements, Tokyo*
1988. `
..51.0,50.0,11.4: Myers et al. 1963 - high Pr,t in buffer layer*
FRUEH, D.L.; SCHAUER, J.J.; LUNG, F.Y.; PAN, J.C.*
Experimental determination of turbulent Prandtl number in boundary layers under high free stream turbulence*
Conference paper, Univ. of Dayton*
1988. `
..44.2,30.3: MIT blowdown - AFWAL to have one*
EPSTEIN, A.*
Short duration testing for turbomachinery research and development*
Presented at 2nd Int. Sympo. on Transport, Phenomena, Dynamics, and Design of Rotating Machinery, Honolulu*
1988. `
..21.0,11.2: temperature rise 100 deg C - Re effects on length scale*
OTUGEN, M.V.; NAMER, I.*
Rayleigh scattering temperature measurements in a plane turbulent air jet at moderate Reynolds numbers*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 461*
1988. `
..44.1,06.0: LDV - good test for models, they say*
FREDERICK, K.A.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
Velocity measurements for a turbulent nonseparated flow over solid waves*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 477*
1988. `
..16.2,53.0: just so.*
BASKARAN, V.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Decay of spanwise wavy inhomogeneities in a three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer over an "infinite" swept concave wing*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 487*
1988. `
..59.0: thesis writeup - mainly surface pressure*
ADAMS, E.W.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Effects of the separating shear layer on the reattachment of flow structure. Part 1 - pressure and turbulence quantities*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 400*
1988. `
..59.0: part 1 is p. 400. Quicker reattachment with laminar initial BL*
ADAMS, E.W.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Effects of the separating shear layer on the reattachment flow structure. Part 2 - Reattachment length and wall shear stress*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 493*
1988. `
..30.3: Rolls Royce centrifugal fan and kinky return circuit*
ROACH, P.E.*
A new boundary layer wind tunnel*
Aero. J. 92, 224*
1988. `
..05.0,01.1: roller-like structures in log layer*
NAGIB, H.M.; WARK, C.E.; GUEZENNEC, Y.G.*
Documentation of turbulence producing structures in regular and manipulated turbulent boundary layers*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 3*
1988. `
..05.0,12.2: general discussion and "critical layer"*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
A unified view of the origin and morphology of the turbulent boundary layer structure*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 37*
1988. `
..09.3,13.0: HWA meas. behind LEBU - and ASM calcs.*
SAVILL, A.M.*
Turbulent boundary layer manipulation and modelling in zero and adverse pressure gradients*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 69*
1988. `
..09.3: short summary*
BERTELRUD, A.*
Computational and experimental studies of LEBUs at high device Reynolds numbers*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 85*
1988. `
..09.4: shark-like riblets*
DINKELACKER, A.; NITSCHKE-KOWSKY, P.; REIF, W.E.*
On the possibility of drag reduction with the help of longitudinal ridges in the walls*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 109*
1988. `
..24.4: generated by active surface heating in water - see also p.199*
ROBEY, H..F.*
The nature of oblique instability waves in boundary layer transition*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 187*
1988. `
..24.4: line heaters above surface in air - see also p.187*
CORKE, T.C.; MANGANO, R.A.*
Transition of a boundary layer - controlled fundamental-subharmonic interactions*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 199*
1988. `
..13.1,24.4,53.0: P. Hall not quoted*
KOHAMA, Y.*
Three-dimensional boundary-layer transition on a concave-convex curved wall*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 215*
1988. `
..24.2,25.6: inflectional- packets of 2D and slightly 3D waves, consistent with Squire's theorem*
YANG, K.S.; SPALART, P.R.; REED, H.L.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
Numerical simulation of transition in a decelerating boundary layer*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 227*
1988. `
..09.1,24.2: probably not - got 30 percent increase in Re, trans. - see p.305*
GASTER, M.*
Is the dolphin a red herring?*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 285*
1988. `
..09.1,24.2: predicts fourfold increase in Re, trans from e^n - see p.285*
CARPENTER, P.W.*
The optimization of compliant surfaces for transition delay*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 305*
1988. `
..24.5,59.2: very detailed review - virtually zero net loading around mid-chord*
PFENNINGER, W.; VIKEN, J.; VEMURU, C.S.; VOLPE, G.*
All laminar supercritical LFC airfoils with natural laminar flow in the region of the main wing structure*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 349*
1988. `
..24.1: review plus flap-excited results - 7 X-probes*
WYGNANSKI, I.; WEISBROT, I.*
On the pairing process in an excited plane, turbulent mixing layer*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 409*
1988. `
..24.1: axi mode amplifies much more than helical (45 deg.?)*
PETERSEN, R.A.; SAMET, M.M.; LONG, T.A.*
Excitation azimuthal modes in an axisymmetric jet*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 435*
1988. `
..24.1,54.0: warns against simple vorticity dynamics arguments in diffusive flows*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; HUSAIN, H.S.*
Passive and active control of jet turbulence*
Turbulence Management and Relaminarisation (H.W. Liepmann and R. Narasimha, eds.) Springer, p. 445*
1988. `
..53.0,24.2: fully non-linear T-G destabilize T-S*
BENNETT, J.; HALL, P.*
On the secondary instability of Taylor-Gortler vortices to Tollmien-Schlichting waves in fully-developed flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 186, 445*
1988. `
..12.2: intensity increases nearly linearly with (time x shear)*
ROHR, J.J.; ITSWEIRE, E.C.; HELLAND, K.M.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
An investigation of the growth of turbulence in a uniform-mean-shear flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 187, 1*
1988. `
..59.0: son of boiler tubes*
PAIDOUSSIS, M.P.; PRICE, S.J.*
The mechanisms underlying flow-induced instabilities of cylinder arrays in crossflow*
J. Fluid Mech. 187, 45*
1988. `
..04.0,25.6: dodgy log law, and inactive motion*
SPALART, P.R.*
Direct simulation of a turbulent boundary layer up to R, theta = 1410*
J. Fluid Mech. 187, 61*
1988. `
..54.0: relevant to hard disc flows*
CHOMAZ, J.M.; RABAUD, M.; BASDEVANT, C.; COUDER, Y.*
Experimental and numerical investigation of a forced circular shear layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 187, 115*
1988. `
..24.1: wave-packet calculations*
BALSA, T.F.*
On the receptivity of free shear layers to two-dimensional external excitation*
J. Fluid Mech. 187, 155*
1988. `
..06.0: lift only, including particles on surface*
HALL, D.*
Measurements of the mean force on a particle near a boundary in turbulent flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 187, 451*
1988. `
..60.0: bump - mean flow only*
LIU, X.; SQUIRE, L.C.*
An investigation of shock/boundary layer interactions on curved surfaces at transonic speeds*
J. Fluid Mech. 187, 467*
1988. `
..42.3,25.5: numerical solutions*
LENNIE, T.B.; McKENZIE, D.P.; MOORE, D.R.; WEISS, N.O.*
The breakdown of steady convection*
J. Fluid Mech. 188, 47*
1988. `
..03.0: turb. meas. in MHD by LDV*
REIS, J.C.; KRUGER, C.H.*
Turbulence suppression in combustion-driven magnetohydrodynamic channels*
J. Fluid Mech. 188, 147*
1988. `
..42.3: analysis and correction of previous results*
NOKES, R.I.*
On the entrainment rate across a density interface*
J. Fluid Mech. 188, 185*
1988. `
..24.1: discussion of linear analysis*
MONKEWITZ, P.A.*
Subharmonic resonance, pairing and shredding in the mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 188, 223*
1988. `
..17.2,50.0: relevant to free-stream turbulence?*
CEBECI, T,; KHATTAB, A.A.; SCHIMKE, S.M.*
Separation and reattachment near the leading edge of a thin oscillating airfoil*
J. Fluid Mech. 188, 253*
1988. `
..45.0,54.0: at last*
MEHTA, R.D.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Longitudinal vortices imbedded in turbulent boundary layers. Part 2. Vortex pair with "common flow" upwards*
J. Fluid Mech. 188, 529*
1988. `
..24.1,29.6: nice flow viz. - pH and LIF - but very low Re*
LASHERAS, J.C.; CHOI, H.*
Three-dimensional instability of a plane free shear layer - an experimental study of the formation and evolution of streamwise vortices*
J. Fluid Mech. 189, 53*
1988. `
..24.1,24.7,25.3: fairly economical Biot-Savart integration*
ASHURST, W.T.; MEIBURG, E.*
Three-dimensional shear layers via vortex dynamics*
J. Fluid Mech. 189, 87*
1988. `
..58.0,24.1: strong streamwise structures near TE - see thesis*
HAJI-HAIDARI, A.; SMITH, C.R.*
Development of the turbulent near wake of a tapered thick flat plate*
J. Fluid Mech. 189, 135*
1988. `
..42.3: splat effect - see also p.211*
HANNOUN, I.A.; FERNANDO, H.J.S.; LIST, E.J.*
Turbulence structure near a sharp density interface*
J. Fluid Mech. 189, 189*
1988. `
..20.0,19.2: microscale Re only 40 to 80 but close to isotropy*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; SHAH, D.A.*
Characteristics of vorticity fluctuations in a turbulent wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 189, 349*
1988. `
..48.0: relevant to wave generation by wind*
TSANIS, I.K.; LEUTHEUSSER, H.J.*
The structure of turbulent shear-induced countercurrent flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 189, 531*
1988. `
..24.2,24.4,20.0: spanwise and streamwise-secondary vortices interact*
MEIBURG, E.; LASHERAS, J.C.*
Experimental and numerical investigation of the three-dimensional transition in plane wakes*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 1*
1988. `
..42.1: expts with osc. grid - infinitely wide patch*
FERNANDO, H.S.*
The growth of a turbulent patch in a stratified fluid*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 55*
1988. `
..31.1: King's law gives pseudo-velocity, related to real velocity by a further calibration to fit Bruun's law*
NISHIOKA, M.; ASAI, M.*
A new approximate expression for the response of a hot-wire anemometer*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 113*
1988. `
..05.0,08.0: not compatible with inner layer scaling*
ANTONIA, R.A.; FULACHIER, L.; KRISHNAMOORTHY, L.V.; BENABID, T.; ANSELMET, F.*
Influence of wall suction on the organized motion ina turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 217*
1988. `
..09.l,05.0: additives to modify buffer region - good review*
LUCHIK, T.S.; TIEDERMAN, W.G.*
Turbulent structure in low-concentration drag-reducing channel flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 241*
1988. `
..20.0: specifically not related to Karman frequency - organized structures are basically 3D*
CIMBALA, J.M.; NAGIB, H.M.; ROSHKO, A.*
Large structure in the far wakes of two-dimensional bluff bodies*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 265*
1988. `
..59.0: coherent vortices at x = 8h*
KIYA, M.; MATSUMURA, M.*
Incoherent turbulence structure in the near wake of a normal plate*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 343*
1988. `
..25.6: just so*
HUNT, J.C.R.*
Studying turbulence using direct numerical simulation - the 1987 Center for Turbulence Research NASA Ames/Stanford Summer Programme*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 375*
1988. `
..24.1: 2D NS calcs with nice graphics show that upstream influence is small*
KAUL, U.K.*
Do large structures control their own growth in a mixing layer?*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 427*
1988. `
..01.1,28.1: definitive but high-level treatment*
UNAL, M.F.; ROCKWELL, D.*
On vortex formation from a cylinder. Part 2. Control by splitter-plate interference*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 531*
1988. `
..54.0: proceedings to be vol.3 of Fluid Dynamics Research*
AREF, H.; KAMBE, T.*
Report on the IUTAM symposium - fundamental aspects of vortex motion*
J. Fluid Mech. 190, 571*
1988. `
..24.2,24.4: stationary end walls - not very relevant to computer disks*
PFISTER, G.; SCHMIDT, H.; CLIFFE, K.A.; MULLIN, T.*
Bifurcation phenomena in Taylor-Couette flow in a very short annulus*
J. Fluid Mech. 191, 1*
1988. `
..24.1,29.6: VAX 11-780 + VICOM image proc.*
AGUI, J.C.; HESSELINK, L.*
Flow visualization and numerical analysis of a coflowing jet - a three-dimensional approach*
J. Fluid Mech. 191, 19*
1988. `
..16.1,27.3: see Walker for parab. N.S.*
CEBECI, T.; SU, W.*
Separation of three-dimensional laminar boundary layers on a prolate spheroid*
J. Fluid Mech. 191, 47*
1988. `
..24.1: no checks of 2D*
SIRIVAT, A.*
Asymptotic intensity of the quasi-periodic oscillations in fully developed turbulent shear layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 191, 111*
1988. `
..53.0: see also p. 177*
BARLOW, R.S.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Structure of a turbulent boundary layer on a concave surface*
J. Fluid Mech. 191, 137*
1988. `
..53.0,05.0: flow viz. suggests wall layer affected - tests work*
BARLOW, R.S.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Local effects of large-scale eddies on bursting in a concave boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 191, 177*
1988. `
..09.3: not exactly LEBUs - more the effect of shed vortices on inner layer*
SAVILL, A.M.; MUMFORD, J.C.*
Manipulation of turbulent boundary layers by outer-layer devices - skin-friction and flow-visualization results*
J. Fluid Mech. 191, 389*
1988. `
..05.0,12.2: 8 empirical eigenfunctions from Herzog Cornell pipe data, 1986*
AUBRY, N.; HOLMES, P.; LUMLEY, J.L.; STONE, E.*
The dynamics of coherent structures in the wall region of a turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 192, 115*
1988. `
..44.1,05.0: u,tau about 2 cm/sec.*
KAHMA, K.K; DONELAN, M.A.*
A laboratory study of the minimum wind speed for wind wave generation*
J. Fluid Mech. 192, 339*
1988. `
..11.3,06.0,25.6: spectral-element calcs with non-orthogonal elements around spanwise rod*
KARNIADAKIS, G.E.; MIKIC, B.B.; PATERA, A.T.*
Minimum-dissipation transport enhancement by flow destabilization - Reynolds' analogy revisited*
J. Fluid Mech. 192, 365*
1988. `
..59.0,22.1: CSIRO work*
STONEMAN, S.A.T.; HOURIGAN, K.; STOKES, A.N.; WELSH, M.C.*
Resonant sound caused by flow past two plates in tandem in a duct*
J. Fluid Mech. 192, 455*
1988. `
..24.1,25.6: published version of Cornell paper*
LESIEUR, M.; STAQUET, C.; LE ROY, P.; COMTE, P.*
The mixing layer and its coherence examined from the point of view of two-dimensional turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 192, 511*
1988. `
..61.0,24.2: stability calcs. for helical shedding*
MONKEWITZ, P.A.*
A note on vortex shedding from axisymmetric bluff bodies*
J. Fluid Mech. 192, 561*
1988. `
..50.0,24.1,59.0: pulsed-wire meas. behind normal flat plate - low-freq. flapping. Part 1, 179, 439, 1987*
CASTRO, I.P.; HAQUE, A.*
The structure of a shear layer bounding a separation region. Part 2. Effects of free-stream turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 192, 577*
1988. `
..62.0,51.0: still gets large growth rate but not particularly large shear stress*
GILBERT, B.L.*
Turbulence measurements in a two-dimensional upwash*
AIAA J. 26, 10*
1988. `
..54.0,60.0,61.0: published version*
MEHTA, R.D.*
Vortex/separated boundary-layer interactions at transonic Mach numbers*
AIAA J. 26, 15*
1988. `
..25.2: not very conclusive*
ANDREWS, A.E.*
Progress and challenges in the application of artificial intelligence to computational fluid dynamics*
AIAA J. 26, 40*
1988. `
..27.3: parabolized NS (streamwise diffusion neglected) better than BL (e.g. Cebeci)*
ROSENFELD, M.; ISRAELI, M.; WOLFSHTEIN, M.*
Numerical study of the skin friction on a spheroid at incidence*
AIAA J. 26, 129*
1988. `
..45.0,54.0,59.2: very useful Ames-supported work - smoke and LDV, showing core goes from jet to wake*
PAYNE, F.M.; NG, T.T.; NELSON, R.C.; SCHIFF, L.B.*
Visualization and wake surveys of vortical flow over a delta wing*
AIAA J. 26, 137*
1988. `
..11.3: update of Israel J. Tech. 1974 and AIAA*
MERZKIRCH, W.; PAGE, R.H.; FLETCHER, L.S.*
A survey of heat transfer in compressible separated and reattached flows*
AIAA J. 26, 144*
1988. `
..25.5: all central differences, with eigenvector annihilation scheme to remove stiffness*
PAN, D.; LOMAX, H.*
A new approximate LU factorization scheme for the Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 26, 163*
1988. `
..60.0,17.1: flapping and spanwise rippling*
MUCK, K.C.; ANDREOPOULOS, J.; DUSSAUGE, J.P.*
Unsteady nature of shock-wave/turbulent boundary-layer interaction*
AIAA J. 26, 179*
1988. `
..17.1: M up to 0.85*
MABEY, D.G.; WELSH, B.L.; PYNE, C.R.*
A summary of measurements of steady and oscillatory pressures on a rectangular wing*
Aero. J. 92, 10*
1988. `
..29.2: four two-tube yawmeters (manifolded to average the angle) and a pitot*
FREESTONE, M.M.*
Vorticity measurement by a pressure probe*
Aero. J. 92, 29*
1988. `
..29.1,30.1: suck-down plenum*
FOSS, J.F.*
Basic elements in a fluid mechanics laboratory experience - an engineering science approach*
J Basic Engg 110, 9*
1988. `
..13.0: upgrade of Launder - superseded by Launder and S., AIAA 27, 1319, 1989*
SHIMA, N.*
A Reynolds-stress model for near-wall and low-Reynolds-number regions*
J. Basic Engg 110, 38*
1988. `
..12.1: allegedly proportional to Re ^ 0.77 approx in Taylor-Couette flow*
YAKHOT, V.*
Reynolds number scaling of turbulent diffusivity in wall flows*
Phys. Fluids 31, 709*
1988. `
..24.2: calcs close to critical points*
LANGFORD, W.F.; TAGG, R.; KOSTELICH, E.J.; SWINNEY, H.L.; GOLUBITSKY, M.*
Primary instabilities and bicriticality in flow between counter-rotating cylinders*
Phys. Fluids 31, 776*
1988. `
..24.4: unforced experiments in favourable p.g.*
NITSCHKE-KOWSKY, P.; BIPPES, H.*
Instability and transition of a three-dimensional boundary layer on a swept flat plate*
Phys. Fluids 31, 786*
1988. `
..25.6,18.1: anti-Yoshizawa - see NASA CR 178420, ICASE 87-73*
SPEZIALE, C.G.; ERLEBACHER, G.; ZANG, T.A.; HUSSAINI, M.Y.*
The subgrid-scale modelling of compressible turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 31, 940*
1988. `
..29.6: 6mm blue centre, 18 mm green ring, red outer field *
OREN, D.C.; DURRETT, R.P.; FERGUSON, C.R.*
Bullseye color schlieren flow visualization*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 357*
1988. `
..28.1: two fixed wires - slightly unrigorous definition of wave no. from inter-wire phase shift at given freq.*
JONES, F.L.; RITZ, C.P.; MIKSAD, R.W.; POWERS, E.J.; SOLIS, R.S.*
Measurement of the local wavenumber and frequency spectrum in a plane wake*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 365*
1988. `
..29.6,32.2: just so - see also p.373*
ADAMCZYK, A.A.; RIMAI, L.*
Reconstruction of a 3-dimensional flow field from orthogonal views of seed track video images*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 380*
1988. `
..29.6,28.1: "visual correlation" based on angles between consecutive bubble lines*
KERSTENS, P.J.M.; ROCKWELL, D.*
Ensemble-averaging and correlation techniques for flow visualization images*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 409*
1988. `
..28.3: for DOS and OS/2*
ANON. *
Microsoft languages update*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 4, p. 103, April*
1988. `
..28.3: for 80386 and coprocessors*
BYINGTON, C.*
New power for FORTRAN*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 4, p. 168, April*
1988. `
..28.3: articles re 0S/2, Unix/386, Mac*
ANON.*
In depth - memory management*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 4, p. 217, April*
1988. `
..28.3: links libraries at run time, not in EXE code*
LETWIN, G.*
Dynamic linking in OS/2*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 4, p. 273, April*
1988. `
..28.1: Hartley transform twice as fast*
O'NEILL, M.A.*
Faster than fast Fourier*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 4, p. 293, April*
1988. `
..28.3: comparative history of architecture*
WILSON, P.*
The CPU wars*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 5, p. 213, May*
1988. `
..28.3,12.2: use parallel machines*
WAYNER, P.*
Modelling chaos*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 5, p. 253, May*
1988. `
..29.5: measures slopes directly with optical lever*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.; WEINSTEIN, L.M.*
A simplified oil-film skin-friction meter*
AIAA-88-3601*
1988. `
..62.0: 2 or 3 jets - no vw*
BARATA, J.M.M.; DURAO, D.F.G.; HEITOR, M.V.*
Laser-doppler measurements of multiple impinging jets through a crossflow*
Presented at 4th Sympo. on Applics. of Laser Anemometry, Lisbon*
1988. `
..62.0: LDV meas. - see also 1988 Lisbon LDV meeting paper*
BARATA, J.M.M.; DURAO, D.F.G.; HEITOR, M.V.; McGUIRK, J.J.*
The impingement of single and twin turbulent jets through a crossflow*
AIAA-88-2529*
1988. `
..05.0,29.6: suggests sweeps trigger the rest - Kline non placet*
BRODKEY, R.S.; OGUNDE, K.; CHAN, L.K.*
Visualisation and simulation of fluid interactions between large scale motions and the streaky structure in a turbulent boundary layer shear flow*
Presented at Zaric Memorial Seminar on Near-Wall Turbulence, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, May 1988 (not in Proc.)*
1988. `
..31.1,09.2,30.3: relevant to North Sea oil*
BRUUN, H.H.; FARRAR, B.*
Hot-film probe studies of kerosene/water and gas/liquid flows*
1st World Conf. on Exptl Heat Transfer, Fluid Mech & Thermo. Dubrovnik*
1988. `
..53.0,11.3: liquid crystals and constant heat flux*
CRANE, R.I.; SABZVARI, J.*
Heat transfer visualization and measurement in unstable concave-wall laminar boundary layers*
Presented at ASME 33rd Int. Gas Turbine and Aeroengine Congress, Amsterdam*
1988. `
..05.0,32.1: superseded by energy budget paper for 1988 meeting*
KARLSSON, R.I.; JOHANSSON, T.G.*
LDV measurements of higher order moments of velocity fluctuations in a turbulent boundary layer*
Laser Anemometry in Fluid Mechanics, Ladoan - Inst. Superior Tecnico, Lisbon, p.273*
1988. `
..05.0,32.1: LDV down to y, plus = 1.5 - no w.*
JOHANSSON, T.G.; KARLSSON, R.I.*
The energy budget in the near-wall region of a turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at 4th Sympo. on Applics. of Laser Anemometry, Lisbon*
1988. `
..45.0: claims vw same order as uv with semicirc. LE*
HONAMI, S.; SHIZAWA, T.; TAKAHAWA, M.*
Behaviour of the leg of the horseshoe vortex around the idealized blade with zero attack angle by triple hot-wire measurements*
ASME paper 88-GT-197*
1988. `
..03.0: x-independent sublayer model - critical k of 2.8 10^(-6) agrees with Spalart*
FINNICUM, D.S.; HANRATTY, T.J.*
Effect of favourable pressure gradients on turbulent boundary layers*
AIChE J. 34, 529*
1988. `
..25.10: grid size proportional to 1/(solution gradient) - details are messy*
CATHERALL, D.*
A solution-adaptive-grid procedure for transonic flows around aerofoils*
RAE TR 88020*
1988. `
..28.3: fair PC-DOS compatibility*
WHITE, E.M.*
IBM OS/2 standard edition*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 6, p. 145*
1988. `
..28.3: one of a set in this issue*
GREHAN, R.; ET AL.*
Introducing the new BYTE Benchmarks*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 6, p. 239*
1988. `
..28.3: 80386 and several multitasking systems or windows see also p. 155, 163*
TAZELAAR, J.M.*
In depth - Multitasking*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 7, p. 226*
1988. `
..28.3: now with database manager and comms. interfaces*
MALLOY, R.*
IBM's OS/2 extended edition*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 7, p. 111*
1988. `
..28.3: one of a series in this issue*
KERNIGHAN, B.W.; RITCHIE, D.M.*
The state of C*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 8, p. 205*
1988. `
..30.3: simply porosint baffles*
LEITH, J.R.; RAETHER, A.M.; SMITH, D.K.*
Wind tunnel facility for operation at very low velocity*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 21, 497*
1988. `
..17.2: pub version of AIAA-85-1769, revised*
CARR, L.W.*
Progress in analysis and prediction of dynamic stall*
J. Aircraft, 25, 6*
1988. `
..12.2: 2D time-periodic flow - also a comment on p. 395*
OTTINO, J.M.; ET AL.*
Morphological structures produced by mixing in chaotic flows*
Nature 333, 419*
1988. `
..31.2: not seen, June 88*
HANGDAHL, J.; LIENHARD, V, J.H.*
A low-cost high-performance DC cold-wire bridge*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 21, 167*
1988. `
..16.2,59.2: 26 percent thick*
FIRMIN, M.C.P.; MCDONALD, M.A.*
The design of the GARTEUR low aspect-ratio wing for use in the validation of shear layer and overall flow prediction methods*
RAE TM Aero 2117*
1988. `
..05.0,12.1: uses Maxey's effective-strain equation*
MANKBADI, R.R.; LIU, J.T.C.*
Near-wall response of unsteady turbulent flows. Part I, fluid dynamics*
Proc. Inst. of Acoustics, Vol.10?*
1988. `
..09.2: particle impact on a slope disturbs neighbouring grains*
HARDISTY, J.; WHITEHOUSE, R.J.S.*
Evidence for a new sand transport process from experiments on Saharan dunes*
Nature 332, 532 (7 April)*
1988. `
..31.1,29.5: hot film - useful results but nothing spectacular*
BEASLEY, D.E.; FIGLIOLA, R.S.*
A generalised analysis of a local heat flux probe*
J. Phys. E. 21, 316*
1988. `
..12.1,24.2: only 10 nodes needed to simulate onset*
VINCENT, A.P.; YUEN, D.A.*
The onset of plume dynamics in the spectral space*
Phys Fluids 31, 225*
1988. `
..31.1: E^2 = a + b T is a good approx, with b = c + dU*
MANCA, O.; MASTRULLO, R.; MAZZEI, P.*
Calibration of hot-wire probes at low velocities in air with variable temperature*
Dantec Info. no. 6, p. 6*
1988. `
..31.1: useful checks on correct quadrant selection*
XIONG, H.*
Measurement with a rotating slant-sensor probe*
Dantec Inf. no. 6, p. 9*
1988. `
..29.5,31.1: guard film underneath active one (same area)*
POLYAKOV, A.F.; ET AL.*
Shear stress measurements on heat transfer surfaces*
Dantec Inf. no. 6, p. 12*
1988. `
..45.0,54.0: revision of Toulouse paper*
MEHTA, R.D.; CANTWELL, E.R.*
Mean flow and turbulence measurements in a half-delta wing vortex*
To appear in Fluid Dynamics Res. Jnl.*
1988. `
..11.3,53.0,29.5: St increased by 3*
CRANE, R.I.; SABZVARI, J.*
Liquid crystals mapping of laminar convective heat transfer in the presence of Gortler vortices*
Presented at 2nd UK Nat. Heat Transfer Conference, Glasgow*
1988. `
..50.0,11.3: 1953 paper - 55 percent increase at 7 percent turbulence*
SUGAWARA, S.; SATO, T.; KOMATSU, H.; OSAKA, H.*
Effect of free stream turbulence on flat plate heat transfer*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 31, 5*
1988. `
..31.1: explicit but complicated - k is a pain. See JFE 110, 110*
CHEW, Y.T.; SIMPSON, R. L.*
The non-real-time explicit data analysis method of crossed hot-wire anemometer measurements including tangential cooling velocity corrections*
J. Phys. E. - Sci. Instrum. 21, 310*
1988. `
..31.1: 200 microns long, epoxied and jet-etched*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; LIGRANI, P.M.; LEMOS, F.R.*
Development of subminiature multi-sensor hot-wire probes*
NASA TM 100052*
1988. `
..30.2: nonuniformity less than predicted*
TULAPURKARA, E.G.; BHALLA, V.V.K.*
Experimental investigation of Morel's method for wind tunnel contractions*
J. Fluids Engg 110, 45*
1988. `
..06.0,59.0,24.4: 20 < Re < 1100 - some relevance to surface roughness*
DURST, F.; FOUNTI, M.; OBI, S.*
Experimental and computational investigation of the two-dimensional channel flow over two fences in tandem*
J. Fluids Engg 110, 48*
1988. `
..28.3: ANSI standard followed by True Turbo and Quick - structures and no line numbers*
SHAMMAS, N.C.*
The BASIC revival*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 9, p. 295*
1988. `
..28.3:useful review*
WILLIAMS, T.*
Object recognition opens the eyes of machine-vision systems*
Computer Design vol. 27, no. 9, p. 69, 1 May*
1988. `
..31.1:k, T and k, N depend on prong geometry, in effect*
CHEW, Y.T.; HA, S.M.*
The directional sensitivities of crossed and triple hot-wire probes*
J. Phys. E - Sci. Instrum. 21 , 613*
1988. `
..13.0: frame-indifference is compatible with dependence on absolute angular velocity*
THOMAS, T.G.; TAKHAR, H.S.*
Frame-invariance of turbulence constitutive relations*
Astro. and Space Sci. 141, 159*
1988. `
..24.1: uw as large as half uv in early transition region*
BELL, J.H.; MEHTA, R.D.*
Three-dimensional structure of a plane mixing layer*
Abstract for AIAA, Reno, Nevada*
1988. `
..31.1: "optimum planes" for slant wire*
AL-BEIRUTTY, M.H.; ARTERBERRY, S.H.; GESSNER, F.B.*
A hot-wire measurement technique for complex turbulent flows*
To be presented at AIAA/ASME meeting, Cincinnati*
1988. `
..24.4: expts - advective (converted) plus dispersive (wave) parts*
BREUER, K.S.*
The development of a localized disturbance in a boundary layer*
M.I.T. FDRL Report No. 88-1*
1988. `
..11.6, 25.6: AT for streak image proc - and Roquemore techniques*
LEWIS, G.S.*
An investigation of the structure of a laminar non-premixed flame in an unsteady vortical flow*
Stanford HTGL paper for 22nd Int. Sympo. on Combustion*
1988. `
..24.1: ties up nicely with natural 3D (Reno abstract)*
BELL, J.H.; MEHTA, R.D.*
A streamwise vortex embedded in a plane mixing layer*
AIAA Paper 88-3607*
1988.`
..24.2:extensive review - 6 pages of refs.*
MORKOVIN, M.V.*
Recent insights into instability and transition to turbulence in open-flow systems*
AIAA-88-3675*
1988. `
..31.1,05.0,25.6: discussion of resolution - relevant to simulation too*
KLEWICKI, J.C.; FALCO, R.E.*
On acurately measuring statistics associated with small scale structures in turbulent boundary layers*
Michigan State Univ. Rept TSL-88-4*
1988. `
..25.6,23.0,13.0: just so - big y, z scales*
KIM, J.*
On the structure of pressure fluctuations in turbulent channel flow*
NASA Ames paper*
1988. `
..59.2,54.0: p. 34 is Caradonna and McCroskey on CFD for rotors*
ANON.*
NASA/Army rotorcraft technology*
NASA CP 2495, vol. 1*
1988. `
..11.6: emphasis on turbulent flame radiation*
FAETH, G.M.*
Heat transfer in fires and combustion systems*
Proc. 1988 Nat Heat Transfer Conf., HTD-96 (H.R. Jacobs, Ed.), vol. 1, p. 1*
1988. `
..11.3, 44.2: just so - useful intro for students*
SIMONEAU, R.J.; HENDRICKS, R.C.; GLADDEN, H.J.*
Heat transfer in aerospace propulsion*
Proc. 1988 Nat Heat Transfer Conf., HTD-96 (H.R. Jacobs, Ed.), vol. 3, p. 1*
1988. `
..45.0,54.0: just so - k, eps. model OK (indirect test) except in/near vortex*
PAULEY, W.R.; EATON, J.K.*
The fluid dynamics and heat transfer effects of streamwise vortices embedded in a turbulent boundary layer*
Stanford Univ. Rept. MD-51*
1988. `
..28.1,28.3:series of articles*
TAZELAAR, J.M.*
Hypertext -introduction*
BYTE vol. 13, no. 10, p. 234*
1988. `
..44.2,59.2,45.0: 160 pages, emphasis on supersonic engine installation*
TJONNELAND, E. *
Survey of integration problems, methods of solution and applications*
Presented at Purdue Univ. Short Course on Engine-Airframe Integration*
1988. `
..13.0,25.8: says problem ill-posed - just V trouble*
STEWART, I.B.; UNSWORTH, K.*
A Petrov-Galerkin method for the numerical solution of the Bradshaw-Ferriss-Atwell turbulence model*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Fluids 8, 493*
1988. `
..19.2,25.6: triad non-local, transfer local - see CTR-S88*
DOMARADSKI, J.A.*
Analysis of energy transfer in direct numerical simulations of isotropic turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2747*
1988. `
..32.1,28.1: all samples used, sorted into phase-locked bins*
LEDER, A.; GEROPP, D.*
Phase-averaged LDA measurements in turbulent separated flows*
Presented at 4th Intl. Symp. on Applications of Laser Anemometry to Fluid Mechanics*
1988. `
..18.2: significant difference, e.g. in length scale, between M = 0.1 and 2.9*
SMITS, A.J.; ALVING, A.E.; SMITH, R.W.; SPINA, E.F.; FERNANDO, E.M.; DONOVAN, J.F.*
A comparison of the turbulence structure of subsonic and supersonic boundary layers*
To be presented at the 11th Symp. on Turbulence, Rolla*
1988. `
..28.1: replaces Stanford Internal Lab Report*
MOFFAT, R.J.*
Describing the uncertainties in experimental results*
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 1, 3*
1988. `
..54.0: pub. of Toulouse paper-everything except vw*
MEHTA, R.D.; CANTWELL, E.R.*
Mean flow and turbulence measurements in a half-delta wind vortex*
Fluid Dynamics Research 4, 123*
1988. `
..16.1,44.2,27.1: partially PNS, with pseudocompressibility dp/dt in continuity eqn*
KIRTLEY, K.R.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.*
Computation of three-dimensional turbulent turbomachinery flows using a coupled parabolic-marching method*
ASME-GT-??*
1988. `
..14.0,44.2,27.1: suite of Penn. State methods - BL, PNS and visc.-invisc.*
LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.; KIRTLEY, K.R.; WARFIELD, M.*
Computational techniques and validation of 3D viscous/turbulent codes for internal flows*
AGARD Conf. Proc. 347, "Validation of CFD", paper 14*
1988. `
..31.1,59.0: similar to Imperial College system*
BRUUN, H.H.; JAJU, A.A.R.; AL-KAYIEM, H.H.; KHAN, M.A.*
A flying hot-wire probe system for measurements in separated flow*
presented at 1st World Conf. on Heat Transfer Fluid Mech. & Thermo., Dubrovnik*
1988. `
..06.0,09.4: suggests small roughness reduces drag like riblets*
TANI, I.*
Drag reduction by riblet viewed as roughness problem*
Proc. Japan Academy 64, 21*
1988. `
..21.0,03.0: Re effects up to 7000 at least*
NAMER, I.; OTUGEN, M.V.*
Velocity measurements in a plane turbulent air jet at moderate Reynolds numbers*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 6*
1988. `
..12.2: P,Q,R are invariants of deformation tensor*
CHONG, M.S.; PERRY, A.E.; CANTWELL, B.J.*
A general classification of three-dimensional flow patterns, or, a traveler's guide to (P, Q, R) space*
Stanford Dept. of Aero/Astro Rept. SUDAAR 572*
1988. `
..16.1,13.0: based on Johnson and King--sigma factor misprinted?*
ABID, R.*
An anisotropic eddy viscosity for 3-D separated boundary-layer flows*
SAE technical paper 881544*
1988. `
..32.2: temperature from lifetime, density from intensity--needs oxygen-free gas*
LIU, J.-B.; PAN, Q.; LIU, C.-S.; SHI, J.-R.*
Principles of flow field diagnostics by laser induced biacetyl phosphorescence*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 505*
1988. `
..44.2: one to four stall cells in vaneless diffuser of centrifugal impeller*
OTUGEN, M.V.; SO, R.M.C.; HWANG, B.C.*
Diffuser stall and rotating zones of separated boundary layer*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 521*
1988. `
..32.1,28.1: "maximum entropy spectral estimation" and "signal reconstruction" methods*
VEYNANTE, D.; CANDEL, S.M.*
Application of nonlinear spectral analysis and signal reconstruction to laser doppler velocimetry*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 534*
1988. `
..31.1: sampling of u-probe signal at many roll angles*
WAGNER, T.C.; KENT, J.C.*
On the directional sensitivity of hot-wires - a new look at an old phenomenon*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 553*
1988. `
..09.2: "executive toy" sedimentation in narrow gap*
HUMPHREY, J.A.C.; SCHULER, C.*
Note on the evolution of the interface of an unstable granular solid-liquid pair*
Expts. in Fluids 6, 568*
1988. `
..03.0,59.2,17.1: bubble hysteresis*
BRENDEL, M.; MUELLER, T.J.*
Boundary layer measurements on an airfoil at a low Reynolds number in an oscillating freestream*
AIAA J. 26, 257*
1988. `
..16.1,54.0,59.2: useful inviscid model, given separation line.*
VAN TUYL, A.H.*
Vortex filament model of the wake behind a missile at high angle of attack*
AIAA J. 26, 264*
1988. `
..25.10: general - algebraic or elliptic. Details in AFATL (USAF Armament Lab.) reports*
THOMPSON, J.F.*
Composite grid generation code for general 3-D regions--the EAGLE code *
AIAA J. 26, 271*
1988. `
..13.0: genuine triple-product transport--but expresses near-wall effects solely by low Re*
AMANO, R.S.; GOEL, P.; CHAI, J.C.*
Turbulence energy and diffusion transport of third-moments in a separating and reattaching flow*
AIAA J. 26, 273*
1988. `
..05.0,14.0,11.4: invokes analogy with temperature budget to get diffusion--k, eps. diffusion model poor.*
KRISHNAMOORTHY, L.V.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Turbulent kinetic energy budget in the near-wall region*
AIAA J. 26, 300*
1988. `
..31.1,32.2: pressure fluctuations may cause significant errors in density fluctuation meas. in M=2 channel*
LOGAN, P.; McKENZIE R.L.; BERSHADER, D.*
Hot-wire accuracy in supersonic turbulence from comparisons with laser-indeuced fluorescence*
AIAA J. 26, 316*
1988. `
..09.5: devices that reduce skin friction increase H*
VAN DEN BERG, B.*
Drag reduction potentials of turbulence manipulation in adverse pressure gradient flows*
AIAA J. 26, 367*
1988. `
..59.0,15.0: analytical prescription of zonal eddy vis.*
GOLDBERG, U.C.; CHAKRAVARTHY, S.R.*
Prediction of separated flows with a new backflow turbulence model*
AIAA J. 26, 405*
1988. `
..54.0,59.2: stan polin - wall shear, U and W but apparently no V*
OZCAN, O.; OLCMEN, M.S.*
Measurements of turbulent flow behind a wing-body junction*
AIAA J. 26, 494*
1988. `
..25.5: discusses Stokes-Theorem coupling between Poisson and b.c.s.*
GHIA, U.; RAMAMURTI, R.; GHIA, K.N.*
Solution of the Neumann pressure problem in general orthogonal coordinates using the multigrid technique*
AIAA J. 26, 538*
1988. `
..21.0,54.0: just so (5-hole probe). S up to 0.49*
SAMET, M.; EINAV, S.*
Mean value measurements of a turbulent swirling-jet*
AIAA J. 26, 619*
1988. `
..14.0: one-equation Wolfshtein model near wall*
CHEN, H.C.; PATEL, V.C.*
Near-wall turbulence models for complex flows including separation*
AIAA J. 26, 641*
1988. `
..25.7: shock-fitting lambda formulation*
MORETTI, G.*
Efficient euler solver with many applications*
AIAA J. 26, 655*
1988. `
..54.0: mean vel. and rms intensities - no stresses*
DELLENBACK, P.A.; METZGER, D.E.; NEITZEL, G.P.*
Measurements in turbulent swirling flow through an abrupt axisymmetric expansion*
AIAA J. 26, 669*
1988. `
..29.5: poor*
COOK, W.J.; GIDDINGS, T.A.; MURPHY, J.D.*
Response of hot-element wall shear-stress gages in laminar oscillating flows*
AIAA J. 26, 706*
1988. `
..07.0: review and tests against 1968 Stanford data*
ASWATHA NARAYANA, P.A.; RAMANA, G.V.*
Complete smooth wall velocity profile in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 26, 748*
1988. `
..14.0,55.0,51.0: k, eps. underestimates - eps. equation modified*
MALIN, M.R.*
Prediction of radially spreading turbulent jets*
AIAA J. 26, 750*
1988. `
..09.2: gradient diffusivity of particles is a key quantity*
BATCHELOR, G.K.*
A new theory of the instability of a uniform fluidized bed*
J. Fluid Mech. 193, 75*
1988. `
..24.2,53.0: equilibrium state with strongly inflexional u - see also p. 569*
HALL, P.*
The nonlinear development of Gortler vortices in growing boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 193, 243*
1988. `
..29.6,24.5: amusing art - work done at Kodak US, author now at Ilford CH*
SCHWEIZER, P.M.*
Visualization of coating flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 193, 285*
1988. `
..44.1,05.0: good review of bursting-waves and turbulence definitely interact even for long waves, if phase vel. = 0 (inner layer vel.)*
PAPADIMITRAKIS, Y.A.; STREET, R.L.; HSU, E.Y.*
The bursting sequence in the turbulent boundary layer over progressive, mechanically generated water waves*
J. Fluid Mech. 193, 303*
1988. `
..11.6,22.1: flame responds to vel. fluctuations, which happen to be acoustic. See also p. 445*
LANGHORNE, P.J.*
Reheat buzz - an acoustically coupled combustion instability. Part 1. Experiment*
J. Fluid Mech. 193, 417*
1988. `
..19.3: weak vortex patch, spiralled by strong vortex, has -11/3 spectrum*
GILBERT, A.D.*
Spiral structures and spectra in two-dimensional turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 193, 475*
1988. `
..31.1: see J. Phys. E. 21, 310 for crosswire*
CHEW, Y.T.; SIMPSON, R.L.*
An explicit non-real time data reduction method of triple sensors hot-wire anemometer in three-dimensional flow*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 110*
1988. `
..31.1: velocity error maps, asymm. in yaw and pitch angle*
LAKSHMINARAYANA, B.; DAVINO, R.*
Sensitivity of three sensor hot wire probe to yaw and pitch angle variation*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 120*
1988. `
..59.0: slow, and integral scales are smaller with reattachment on top of the block*
ANTONIOU, J.; BERGELES, G.*
Development of the reattached flow behind surface-mounted two-dimensional prisms*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 127*
1988. `
..59.0,29.1: modulates bi-stable flow - relevant to traverse gear, etc.*
SAKAMOTO, H.; HANLU, H.*
Effect of free-stream turbulence on characteristics of fluctuating forces acting on two square prisms in tendem arrangement*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 140*
1988. `
..54.0,59.2: flow viz. on square-tipped NACA-66, Re up to 1.2 million, vortex size prop. Re^-06*
FRANCIS, T.B.; KATZ, J.*
Observations on the development of a tip vortex on a rectangular hydrofoil*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 208*
1988. `
..13.0,14.0: ASM poor - full second-moment closures needed for transport terms in free shear layers*
FU, S.; HUANG, P.G.; LAUNDER, B.E.; LESCHZINER, M.A.*
A comparison of algebraic and differential second-moment closures for axisymmetric turbulent shear flows with and without swirl*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 216*
1988. `
..03.0,24.3: data from Smits, J. Ship Res. 26, 166 - relevance to drag reduction*
BANDYOPADHYAY, R.*
Note on the skin-friction distribution due to ship-model turbulence-stimulators*
NASA-Langley paper*
1988. `
..59.0: useful review, including galloping*
NAKAMURA, Y.*
Recent research into bluff-body flutter*
Presented at Int. Colloq. on Bluff-Body Aerodynamics and Its Applications, Kyoto*
1988. `
..11.6: good results from 6 models at low mixing rate, but blow off poorly predicted*
CHEN, J.Y.; KOLLMANN, W.*
Chemical models for PDF modeling of hydrogen-air nonpremixed turbulent flames*
Sandia Report SAND88-8837*
1988. `
..29.6,17.1: just so--but nothing specifically unsteady*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
Visualization techniques for unsteady flows - an overview*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 231*
1988. `
..53.0,54.0: including hot-wire vw*
YOWAKIM, F.M.; KIND, R.J.*
Mean flow and turbulence measurements of annular swirling flows*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 257*
1988. `
..31.1: overall effective--cooling velocity is close to average of those for two halves of wire -- part 2, p. 270*
HISHIDA, M.; NAGANO, Y.*
Turbulence measurements with symmetrically bent V-shaped shot-wires. Part 1: Principles of operation*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 264*
1988. `
..59.0,32.1: velocity bias removed by coupling periodically*
ADAMS, E.W.; EATON, J.K.*
An LDA study of the backward-facing step flow, including the effects of velocity bias*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 275*
1988. `
..25.5: numerical structures up to Re = 648*
DURST, F.; PEREIRA, J.C.F.*
Time-dependent laminar backward-facing step flow in a two-dimensional duct*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 289
1988. `
..25.5: Langley -- TVD overbed to Yee and Warming JCP 57,327 (1985)*
HARTWICH, P-M.; HSU, C-H.; LIU, C.H.*
Vectorizable implicit algorithms for the flux-difference split, three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 297*
1988. `
..25.5,27.1: splits pressure gradient into elliptic and hyperbolic parts*
REDDY, D.R.; RUBIN, S.G.*
Consistent boundary conditions for reduced Navier-Stokes (RNS) scheme applied to three-dimensional viscous flow*
J. Fluids Engg., 110, 306*
1988. `
..25.6,13.0: published version*
MANSOUR, N.N.; KIM, J.; MOIN, P.*
Reynolds-stress and dissipation-rate budgets in a turbulent channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 194, 15*
1988. `
..24.4,53.0: three kinds of fundamental modes*
NAKABAYASHI, K.; TSUCHIDA, Y.*
Spectral study of the laminar-turbulent transition in spherical Couette flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 194, 101*
1988. `
..44.1,06.0: wave-induced shear stress is negative*
CHEUNG, T.K.; STREET, R.L.*
The turbulent layer in the water at an air-water interface*
J. Fluid Mech. 194, 133*
1988. `
..24.1: cutoff in axi. shear-layer mode at end of core, not really a scaling of St on diameter as such*
PETERSEN, R.A.; SAMET, M.M.*
On the preferred mode of jet instability*
J. Fluid Mech. 194, 153*
1988. `
..11.1,25.6: one-d. and two-d. simulations - 34 page paper*
GIBSON, C.H.; ASHURST, W.T.; KERSTEIN, A.R.*
Mixing of strongly diffusive passive scalars like temperature by turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 194, 261*
1988. `
..25.6,42.2: up to 2048 x 2048 simulations*
BRACHET, M.E., MENEGUZZI, M.; POLITANO, H.; SULEM, P.L.*
The dynamics of freely decaying two-dimensional turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 194, 333*
1988. `
..24.2,25.6,53.0: Taylor-like sequence using Moser code*
FINLAY, W.H.; KELLER, J.B.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
Instability and transition in curved channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 194, 417*
1988. `
..24.2,24.7,25.3: circular vortex patch*
DRITCHEL, D.G.*
The repeated filamentation of two-dimensional vorticity interfaces*
J. Fluid Mech. 194, 511*
1988. `
..42.3: 10-layer channel, critical gradient Ri 0.25*
ROHR, J.J.; ITSWEIRE, E.C.; HELLAND, K.N.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
Growth and decay of turbulence in a stably stratified shear flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 195, 77*
1988. `
..24.1: oscillating flap - mixing layer width decreases after fast initial growth*
WEISBROT, I.; WYGNANSKI, I.*
On coherent structures in a highly excited mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 195, 137*
1988. `
..54.0: like-signed, identical vortices only - mathematical models*
MELANDER, M.V.; ZABUSKY, N.J.; McWILLIAMS, J.C.*
Symmetric vortex merger in two dimensions - causes and conditions*
J. Fluid Mech. 195, 303*
1988. `
..10.0,42.3,21.1: axial and radial vel. and dye conc.; Re no more than 1000*
PAPANICOLAOU, P.N.; LIST, E.J.*
Investigations of round vertical turbulent buoyant jets*
J. Fluid Mech. 195, 341*
1988. `
..11.1,19.1: statistics from DIA*
YOSHIZAWA, A.*
Statistical modelling of passive-scalar diffusion in turbulent shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 195, 541*
1988. `
..22.1,21.0: supersonic flow - howling?*
ABDEL-FATTAH, A.M.; FAVALORO, S.C.*
Duct resonance and its effect on the performance of high-pressure ratio axisymmetric ejectors*
AIAA J. 26, 791*
1988. `
..25.5: Baldwin-Lomax model*
RIZZETTA, D.P.*
Numerical simulation of supersonic flow over a three-dimensional cavity*
AIAA J. 26, 799*
1988. `
..54.0: published version*
PAULEY, W.R.; EATON, J.K.*
Experimental study of the development of longitudinal vortex pairs embedded in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 26, 816*
1988. `
..18.1,25.5: UTRC - NS and PNS*
POWER, G.D.; BARBER, T.J.*
Analysis of complex hypersonic flows with strong viscous/inviscid interaction*
AIAA J. 26, 832*
1988. `
..24.4: useful review - nonlinear modes important*
STETSON, K.F.*
On nonlinear aspects of hypersonic boundary-layer stability*
AIAA J. 26, 883*
1988. `
..24.4: 30 percent reduction at exponent m = 0.05*
SANKARAN, R.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Influence of a favorable pressure gradient on the growth of a turbulent spot*
AIAA J. 26, 885*
1988. `
..62.0: synoptic - sharp-edged jet orifice and thick oncoming boundary layer may give odd results*
WARK, C.E.; FOSS, J.F.*
Thermal measurements for jets in disturbed and undisturbed crosswind conditions*
AIAA J. 26, 901*
1988. `
..59.0,05.0: shear stress predominantly viscous, though fluctuation levels are high*
ADAMS, E.W.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Flow structure in the near-wall zone of a turbulent separated flow*
AIAA J. 26, 932*
1988. `
..62.0: nozzle Reynolds number only 500 - complicated trailing vortex pattern, possibly due to transition*
WU, J.M.; VAKILI, A.D.; YU, F.M.*
Investigation of the interacting flow of nonsymmetric jets in crossflow*
AIAA J. 26, 940*
1988. `
..53.0,20.0: faster growth on inner (unstable) side*
RAMJEE, V.; TULAPURKARA, E.G.; RAJASEKAR, R.*
Development of airfoil wake in a longitudinally curved stream*
AIAA J. 26, 948*
1988. `
..13.0,18.1: contain gradients of mean rho U - not a dilatation correction as such*
STRAHLE, W.C.*
Pressure-strain and pressure-scalar gradient correlations in variable-density turbulent flows*
AIAA J. 26, 969*
1988. `
..50.0: Lumley stress-transport better than 2-equation - refers to experiments by Hijikata*
TAULBEE, D.B.; TRAN, L.*
Stagnation streamline turbulence*
AIAA J. 26, 1011*
1988. `
..11.6: review - intensity can double*
BALLAL, D.R.*
Combustion-generated turbulence in practical combustors*
J. Prop. and Power 4, 385*
1988. `
..59.0: expansion 121 to 1 - axisymmetric reattachment at 6 step heights downstream. Measurements of intensities but not shear stress*
MORRISON, G.L.; TATTERSON, G.B.; LONG, M.W.*
Three-dimensional laser velocimeter investigation of turbulent, incompressible flow in an axisymmetric sudden expansion*
J. Propulsion and Power 4, 533*
1988. `
..45.0,61.0: S bends - total pressure measurements and BLC tests*
BASSIO, R.B.; NASO, V.; CICHY, M.; PLESZEWSKI, B.*
Prediction of leakage mass flow rate through gas springs*
J. Propulsion and Power 4, 557*
1988. `
..62.0,11.4: intake and exit jet - interest is in effect on plankton conc.*
MONISMITH, S.G.; KOSEFF, J.R.; NEPF, H.M.*
A model study of bivalve siphon currents*
Submitted to Limnology and Oceanography*
1988. `
..45,0,54.0,59.2: symmetrical aerofoil - all 6 Reynolds stresses from single inclined wire*
HAZARIKA, B.K.; RAJ, R.S.*
Investigation of the flow characteristics in the blade endwall corner region*
NASA-CR-4076*
1988. `
..18.1,18.2: mainly re-entry vehicles, also hypersonic aircraft*
DEIWERT, G.S.*
Aerothermodynamics research at NASA-Ames research center*
NASA-TM-89439*
1988. `
..28.1,32.2: not much on data reduction - mainly interferometry*
LEE, G.; TROLINGER, J.D.; YU, Y.H.*
Automated reduction of data from images and holograms*
NASA-CP-2477*
1988. `
..28.1: reproduction, cross over and mutation*
GOLDBERG, D.E.*
Large data sets and genetic algorithms*
Presented at NSF workshop on large data sets, Livermore*
1988. `
..15.0,14.0: Green's function solution of transport eqn for pdf*
HONG, Z-C.; CHUANG, S-H.*
Kinetic theory approach to twin plane jets turbulent mixing analysis*
AIAA J. 26, 303*
1988. `
..25.2: tree not stack - nonlinear programming*
BARTHELEMY, J-F. M.; RILEY, M.F.*
Improved multilevel optimization approach for the design of complex engineering systems*
AIAA J. 26, 353*
1988. `
..22.2: Northrop, boundary sheets and boundary regions*
TELIONIS, D.P.*
Professor William R. Sears - a short biography*
AIAA J. 26, 385*
1988. `
..25.6,16.1: submitted to JFM, Nov 88*
COLEMAN, G.N.; FERZIGER, J.H.; SPALART, P.R.*
A numerical study of the turbulent Ekman layer*
NASA Ames paper*
1988. `
..59.2,54.0:reprint of 1960 edition*
NIELSEN, J.N.*
Missile aerodynamics*
Nielsen Engg and Research (Pubs), ISBN 0-9620629-0-1*
1988. `
..27.3,54.0:zonal block PNS and Euler, following Flores - nice plot3d graphics*
SRINIVASAN, G.R.; McCROSKEY, W.J.; BAEDER, J.D.; EDWARDS, T.A.*
Numerical simulation of tip vortices of wings in subsonic and transonic flow*
AIAA J. 26, 1153*
1988. `
..59.2: real 2D to 3D (oblique) transition at Re=64*
WILLIAMSON, C.H.K.*
Defining a universal and continuous Strouhal-Reynolds number relationship for the laminar vortex shedding of a circular cylinder*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2742*
1988. `
..24.1: calcs for large structure with eddy-viscosity-like background*
MORRIS, P.J.*
Models for the time-dependent behaviour of two-dimensional shear layers*
Penn State Univ. paper*
1988. `
..11.2,25.5: just so*
JONES, T.V.; HIPPENSTEELE, S.A.*
High-resolution heat-transfer-coefficient maps applicable to compound-curve surfaces using liquid crystals in a transient wind tunnel*
NASA Technical Memorandum 89855*
1988. `
..12.2: dicey*
CHERNIKOV, A.A.; SAGDEEV, R.Z.; ZASLAVSKY, G.M.*
Chaos - how regular can it be?*
Physics Today, vol. 41, no. 11, p. 27*
1988. `
..09.4: no drag reduction above h, plus = 30*
KHALID, M.*
Use of riblets to obtain drag reduction on airfoils at high Reynolds number flows*
Canadian NAE-AN-53*
1988. `
..24.1,21.0: specific, general and universal similarity*
DOWLING, D.R.*
Mixing in gas phase turbulent jets*
PhD Thesis, GALCIT*
1988. `
..12.2,24.1: annual tech. rept. - properly dubious about estimates of large dimensions*
CORKE, T.C.; NAGIB, H.M.; ROSENBLAT, S.*
Coupled experimental and theoretical investigations of instability, chaos and turbulence in an axisymmetric jet flow*
AFOSR-TR-88-0293*
1988. `
..14.0: k, omega model - generation in equivalent L eqn is small as usual*
WILCOX, D.C.*
Reassessment of the scale determining equation for advanced turbulence models*
AIAA J. 26, 1299*
1988. `
..13.0: two spectrum regions for Reynolds stresses but only one "length scale" (omega) equation*
WILCOX, D.C.*
Multiscale model for turbulent flows*
AIAA J. 26, 1311*
1988. `
..13.0,18.1: claims marked improvement over two-equation model for SWBL, etc.*
WILCOX, D.C.*
More advanced applications of the multiscale model for turbulent flows*
AIAA-88-0220*
1988. `
..24.4,25.6: no signs of nonlinear instability due to free stream vorticity*
SPALART, P.R.*
Direct numerical study of leading-edge contamination*
AGARD CP 438, "Fluid dynamics of three-dimensional turbulent shear flow and transition", paper 5*
1988. `
..16.1:GARTEUR - some flow viz and sparse details of geometry*
BERG, B.v.d.*
A European collaborative investigation of the three-dimensional turbulent shear layers of a swept wing*
Presented at the AGARD FDP Symposium, "Fluid dynamics of three-dimensional turbulent shear flow and transition", Cesme, Turkey*
1988. `
..31.1,32.2: "5-film" probe, or 5-thermistor internally-heated probe*
THOMPSON, B.E.*
A feasibility study of hot-block anemometry*
Sci. Res. Associates Rept R88-910025-F*
1988. `
..30.1: heavy gas - comparisons good at M = 0 . 2 and 0 . 35, poor at M = 0 . 3 (bound with other heavy gas papers)*
McMASTERS, J.H.; ET AL.*
Recent air-Freon tests of a transport airplane in high lift configurations*
AIAA-88-2034*
1988. `
..25.5,25.7: scalar diagonal matrix in version only - no blocks*
YOON, S.; JAMESON, A.*
Lower-upper symmetric-Gauss-Seidel method for the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 26, 1025*
1988. `
..25.5,27.1: helps to propagate upstream influence - for compressible flow PNS*
HIMANSU, A.; RUBIN, S.G.*
Multigrid acceleration of a relaxation procedure for the reduced Navier-Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 26, 1044*
1988. `
..25.5,27.1: uses SIMPLER for p - interactive calcs. more efficient for 3-D*
STERN, F.; YOO, S.Y.; PATEL, V.C.*
Interactive and large-domain solutions of higher-order viscous-flow equations*
AIAA J. 26, 1052*
1988. `
..25.7: storage comparable to explicit methods, op. counts much less than ADI*
YOKOTA, J.W.; CAUGHEY, D.A.*
LU implicit multigrid algorithm for the three-dimensional Euler equations*
AIAA J. 26, 1061*
1988. `
..25.5: stiffness defined as ratio of longest eigenvalue to smallest - just scales eqns to equalize pseudo-time scales*
BUSSING, T.R.A.; MURMAN, E.M.*
Finite-volume method for the calculation of compressible chemically reacting flows*
AIAA J. 26, 1070*
1988. `
..28.1,28.3: IRIS plus videodisc - quotes IRIS as 0.1 Mflops, 2600 Dhrystones.*
BANCROFT, G.; MERRITT, F.*
3-D graphics applications in fluid flow simulations*
2nd IEEE Conference on Computer Workstations*
1988. `
..24.2: subharmonic Herbert modes unlikely - but spanwise variations of u can grow.*
KIM, J.; MOSER, R.D.*
On the secondary instability in plane Poiseuille flow*
NASA Ames paper*
1988. `
..59.0,14.0: k, eps plus curvature correction - good review.*
AVVA, R.K.; KLINE, S.J.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
Computation of the turbulent flow over a backward-facing step using the zonal modeling approach*
Stanford Univ. Mech Engg Dept Rept TF-33*
1988. `
..50.0,11.3,44.2:cascades - "density-gradient" fluctuations from shadowgraph*
ZYSINA-MOLOZHEN, L.M.; PETUKHOV, L.S.; MALKOV, A.A.*
Thermal boundary layer development in transonic and/or separated flow past surfaces*
Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 31, 479*
1988. `
..24.1,54.0,24.7: details of wake eduction (see JFM 180) plus vortex cut-and-connect in elliptical jets*
HUSSAIN, A.K.M.F.; HUSAIN, H.S.; HAYAKAWA, M.*
Coherent structures - their measurements and applications*
In "Current Trends in Turbulence Research", Prog. in Astro. and Aero. vol. 112 (H. Branover, M. Mond, Y. Unger, Eds. - Beer-Sheva MHD Seminar, 1987)*
1988. `
..12.2, 14.0: LEIM attractor dimension is 1.9*
HONG, S.K.; UNAL, A.*
Characterization of a strange attractor in a fully-developed turbulent channel flow*
Dynamics and Stability of Systems 2, 197*
1988. `
..22.2: see Hussain paper*
BRANOVER, H.; MOND, M.; UNGER, Y.*
Current Trends in Turbulence Research*
Proceedings, 5th Beer-Sheva International Seminar on MHD Flow and Turbulence - AIAA Prog. in Astro. and Aero. vol. 112*
1988. `
..18.1,24.2: entropy swallowing for small bluntness good, entropy impingement for large bluntness bad*
ERICSSON, L.E.*
Effect of nose bluntness and cone angle on slender-vehicle transition*
AIAA J. 26, 1168*
1988. `
..26.2: published version*
GIANNAKOGLOU, K.; CHAVIAROPOULOS, P.; PAPAILIOU, K.D.;*
Computation of rotational transonic flows using a decomposition method*
AIAA J. 26, 1175*
1988. `
..25.5,25.10: brick statue - OK except for skin-friction coefft., if area of grid next to surface varies smoothly*
FRYMIER, P.D., JR.; HASSAN, H.A.; SALAS, M.D.*
Navier-Stokes calculations using Cartesian grids - I. laminar flows*
AIAA J. 26, 1181*
1988. `
..48.0,59.2: thesis writeup*
AGOROPOULOS, D.; SQUIRE, L.C.*
Interactions between turbulent wakes and boundary layers*
AIAA J. 26, 1194*
1988. `
..16.1: interesting calcs of surface streamline topology*
YATES, L.A.; CHAPMAN, G.T.*
Numerical investigation of crossflow separation on a three-caliber tangent ogive cylinder*
AIAA J. 26, 1223*
1988. `
..24.2: ribbon, or T-S plus small-amp. random - always sub-hic., never K-type*
YANG, K.S.; SPALART, P.R.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
Numerical studies on laminar-turbulent transition in boundary layers*
Stanford U. Thermosci. Divn Rept TF-37*
1988. `
..17.1,16.1,56.0: full NS in 2D and 3D - suggests expts are really unsteady with periodic vortex shedding*
PAULEY, L.L.; MOIN, P.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
A numerical study of unsteady laminar boundary layer separation*
Stanford U. Thermosci. Divn Rept TF-34*
1988. `
..55.0: good data up to 4th powers but no vw^2 - Re,theta low, divergence about 0.025*
SADDOUGHI, S.G.*
Experimental studies of the effects of streamline divergence on developing turbulent boundary layers*
PhD thesis, Melbourne Univ.*
1988. `
..24.4,50.0,01.1: subcritical BL - inc. conditional sampling of bursts*
BLAIR, M.F.*
Bypass-mode boundary layer transition in accelerating flows*
Submitted to J. Fluid Mech. (unpub.?) - see also AD-A191 698, = AFOSR-TR-88-0017*
1988. `
..27.4,59.2: as for 2D aerofoils, plus 3D and vortex dominated flows*
WOODWARD, D.S.; HARDY, B.C.; ASHILL, P.R.*
Some types of scale effect in low-speed, high-lift flows*
ICAS-88, paper 4.9.3*
1988. `
..11.2: triples, flatness, prob. dist down to 8 wall units*
NAGANO, Y.; TAGAWA, M.*
Statistical characteristics of wall turbulence with a passive scalar*
J. Fluid Mech. 196, 157*
1988. `
..59.0: high Re approximations*
DURBIN, P.A.*
On the wind force needed to dislodge a drop adhered to a surface*
J. Fluid Mech. 196, 205*
1988. `
..59.0,30.2: random wake flapping with close separation -- analogous to tunnel screen phenomenon*
KIM, H.J.; DURBIN, P.A.*
Investigation of the flow between a pair of circular cylinders in the flopping regime*
J. Fluid Mech. 196, 431*
1988. `
..48.1,59.2,27.1: matched expansions*
BOGUCZ, E.A.; WALKER, J.D.A.*
The turbulent near wake at a sharp trailing edge*
J. Fluid Mech. 196, 555*
1988. `
..44.2: k, eps. -- recirculation. BCs are difficult*
LAI, Y.G.; SO, R.M.C.*
Computation of the three-dimensional, periodic turbulent flow in a vaneless diffuser*
Arizona State University paper*
1988. `
..01.1,05.0,45.0: VITA shows big increase of inner-layer-scaled burst freq. in bend. Large changes in flatness of tau_w - mainly effect of p.g.?*
ANWER, M.; SO, R.M.C.*
Study of sub-layer bursting in a curved bend*
AIAA-88-3581*
1988. `
..50.0,49.0:anisotropic stirring improves performance*
HOFFMANN, J.A.; FANG, L.-W.*
Influence of the structure of inlet free-stream turbulence on diffuser performance*
AIAA-88-3673*
1988. `
..50.0: monoplane rods, d/M=0.32*
HOFFMAN, J.A.; KASSIR, S.M.*
Effects of free-stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layers with mild adverse pressure gradients*
AIAA-88-3757-CP*
1988. `
..24.4: end effects, FEM calcs. Mullin data used.*
CLIFFE, K.A.*
Numerical calculations of the primary-flow exchange process in the Taylor problem*
J. Fluid Mech. 197, 57*
1988. `
..44.0,05.0: just so -- Tohoku work, with phase speed of order of friction velocity*
KAWAMURA, H.; TOBA, Y.*
Ordered motion in the turbulent boundary layer over wind waves*
J. Fluid Mech. 197, 105*
1988. `
..30.1: use fine final screen (Re_d<40)*
GROTH, J.; JOHANSSON, A.V.*
Turbulence reduction by screens*
J. Fluid Mech. 197, 139*
1988. `
..24.1,24.2: energy cascade*
GOLDSTEIN, M.E.; HULTGREN, L.S.*
Nonlinear spatial evolution of an externally excited instability wave in a free shear layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 197, 295*
1988. `
..24.4,11.2: cold wires and hairpin vortices*
SANKARAN, R.; SOKOLOV, M.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Substructures in a turbulent spot*
J. Fluid Mech. 197, 389*
1988. `
..24.1,18.1: growth rate correlates with convective Mach number, falling for M > 0.5 and asymptoting to 0 . 2 of low-speed value*
PAPAMOSCHOU, D.; ROSHKO, A.*
The compressible turbulent shear layer - an experimental study*
J. Fluid Mech. 197, 453*
1988. `
..45.0,50.0: free-stream turb. increases BL thickness considerably - see CR174822 for thin BL.*
CRAWFORD, R.A.*
Influence of bulk turbulence and entrance boundary layer thickness on the curved duct flow field*
NASA CR 4188*
1988. `
..06.0,17.1: resonance when Stokes layer thickness matches cavity depth*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
Resonant flow in a row of small transverse cavities submerged in a turbulent boundary layer*
Proc. Roy. Soc. A 420, 219*
1988. `
..18.1,59.2:reviews technical status of project*
ANON.*
The national Aero-space plane*
US General Accounting Office Rept GAO/NSIAD-88-122, AD-A192 698*
1988. `
..29.6,11.6:Rayleigh and Mie scattered light - 12 1ns exposures while sweeping laser sheet*
YIP, B.F.; SCHMITT, R.L.; LONG, M.B.*
Instantaneous three-dimensional concentration measurements in turbulent jets and flames*
Optics Letters 13, 96 and Sandia 1987 Annual Report*
1988. `
..29.6,11.6:Raman scattering from methane*
NAMAZIAN, M.; SCHEFER, R.W.; KELLY, J.*
Scalar dissipation measurements in the developing region of a jet*
Combustion and Flame,?? and Sandia 1987 Annual Report*
1988. `
..24.1,18.2: LDV, including x-y plane triples - initial Re, theta about 15000*
GOEBEL, S.G.; DUTTON, J.C.; KRIER, H.; RENIE, J.P.*
Mean and turbulent velocity measurements of supersonic mixing layers*
Presented at 11th Rolla Symposium on Turbulence*
1988. `
..30.2: nearly-triangular tapered elbow with honeycomb at exit. Also J. Engg Power 90, 271 (1968)*
LONDON, A.L.; KLOPFER, G.; WOLF, S.*
Oblique flow headers for heat exchangers*
Stanford Univ. M.E. Dept. Report IL-97*
1988. `
..13.0: nonlinear "slow" p-s term--products of Reynolds stresses. Homo. turb. only, so far, with neat choice of time scale.*
CHIN, S.B.; SWITHENBANK, J.*
Development of a more general Reynolds stress closure for swirling flow*
AFOSR AD-A 195 121*
1988. `
..24.1,12.2: 2D num. simulation*
BROZE, J.G.; HUSSAIN, F.; BUELL, J.C.*
Chaos in a spatially-developing plane mixing layer*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 3*
1988. `
..24.1,25.6: upstream influence of downstream b.c.*
BUELL, J.C.; HUERRE, P.*
Inflow/outflow boundary conditions and global dynamics of spatial mixing layers*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 19*
1988. `
..24.1,22.1: 3-D num simulation*
HO, C.M.; ZOHAR, Y.; MOSER, R.D.; ROGERS, M.M.; LELE, S.K.; BUELL, J.C.*
Phase decorrelation, streamwise vortices and acoustic radiation in mixing layer*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 29*
1988. `
..43.2,25.6: beta-plane approx.*
HUERRE, P.; KEEFE, L.R.; MEUNIER, G.; ROGERS, M.M.; REDEKOPP, L.G.; SPALART, P.R.*
A numerical study of bifurcations in a barotropic shear flow*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 41*
1988. `
..24.1: 3D time-developing -- ribs in braids*
HUSSAIN, F.; MOSER, R.; COLONIUS, T.; MOIN, P.; ROGERS, M.M.*
Dynamics of coherent structures in a plane mixing layer*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 49*
1988. `
..24.1: 2D num. simulation -- results depend on relative phase angle*
MANSOUR, N.N.; HUSSAIN, F.; BUELL, J.C.*
Subharmonic resonance in a mixing layer*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 57*
1988. `
..24.1,02.2: distinction between engulfment and mixing*
SANDHAM, N.D.; MUNGAL, M.G.; BROADWELL, J.E.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Scalar entrainment in the mixing layer*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 69*
1988. `
..24.1,02.2: it is flow visualization*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; SANDHAM, N.D.; MUNGAL, M.G.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Use of passive scalar tagging for the study of coherent structures in the plane mixing layer*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 77*
1988. `
..24.1: 2D modes little affected by 3D*
RILEY, J.J.; MOURAD, P.D.; ROSER, R.D.; ROGERS, M.M.*
Sensitivity of mixing layers to three-dimensional forcing*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 91*
1988. `
..01.1: conditional eddies and Karhumen-Loeve expansion*
ADRIAN, R.J.; MOSER, R.D.; MOIN, P.*
Dynamical interpretation of conditional patterns*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 117*
1988. `
..01.1: p.d.f. equation*
ADRIAN, R.J.; MOIN, P.; MOSER, R.D.*
Sampling inhomogeneous turbulent fields*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 123*
1988. `
..05.0,01.1: essential -- major source of uv is large-scale upwelling ahead of shear layer*
ALFREDSSON, P.H.; JOHANSSON, A.V.; KIM, J.*
Turbulence production near walls - the role of flow structures with spanwise asymmetry*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 131*
1988. `
..13.0,25.6: pressure-strain term has flatness factor of 30-40*
BRASSEUR, J.G.; LEE, M.J.*
Pressure-strain-rate events in homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 143*
1988. `
..19.3: not the usual spectrum-relation between dimension and scaling exponent*
DEANE, A.E.; KEEFE, L.R.*
Multifractal spectra in homogeneous shear flow*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 157*
1988. `
..19.2: USC work -- triad interaction is non-local but energy transfer is local. Are Fourier modes a good description?*
DOMARADZKI, J.A.; ROGALLO, R.S.*
Energy transfer in isotropic turbulence at low Reynolds numbers*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 169*
1988. `
..24.2,25.6: simulation -- central part of spot same as fully-turbulent flow*
HENNINGSON, D.S.; KIM, J.; ALFREDSSON, P.H.*
Turbulence characteristics inside a turbulent spot in plane Poiseuille flow*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 179*
1988. `
..12.2: eddy is a vortex, stream is just a region of low curvature*
HUNT, J.C.R.; WRAY, A.A.; MOIN, P.*
Eddies, streams, and convergence zones in turbulent flows*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 193*
1988. `
..05.0,12.2: Orr-Som.-like equation for v.*
LANDAHL, M.T.*
Theoretical model for VITA-educed coherent structures in the wall region of a turbulent boundary layer*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 209*
1988. `
..05.0,12.2: streaks, even with a slip velocity*
LEE, M.J.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
The structure of sheared turbulence near a plane boundary*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 221*
1988. `
..11.6: reaction rate correlates with compressive strain rate*
LEONARD, A.D.; HILL, J.C.; MAHALINGAM, S.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
Analysis of homogeneous turbulent reacting flows*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 243*
1988. `
..54.0: Crow-like*
MELANDER, M.V.; HUSSAIN, F.*
Cut-and-connect of two antiparallel vortex tubes*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 257*
1988. `
..19.3,32.1: twinkle, twinkle*
TRUMAN, C.R.; LEE, M.J.*
Optical propagation through a homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
Studying turbulence using numerical simulation data bases - II, Ames/Stanford CTR-S88, p. 311*
1988. `
..24.1: dislocation of coherent structures*
HO, C.M.; ZOHAR, Y.; FOSS, J.K.; HUANG, L.S.*
Transition processes of mixing layers*
Proc. of 2nd European Turbulence Conf., Berlin*
1988. `
..24.1,22.1: row of speakers on tunnel roof*
BROWAND, F.K.; PROST-DOMASKY, S.A.*
A technique for acoustic excitation of separated shear flows - preliminary results*
Nonlinear Interaction Effects and Chaotic Motions, 7, 171, (M.M. Reischman, M.P. Paidoussis, R.J. Hansen, eds.), ASME*
1988. `
..24.1,22.2: Ginzburg-Landau model*
CHOMAZ, J.M.; HUERRE, P.; REDEKOPP, L.G.*
Bifurcations to local and global modes in spatially developing flows*
Phys. Rev. Letters 60, 25*
1988. `
02.2,11.6: entrainment -- discussion of Huygens propagation*
KERSTEIN, A.R.; ASHURST, W.T.; WILLIAMS, F.A.*
Field equation for interface propagation in an unsteady homogeneous flow field*
Phys. Rev. A 37, 2728*
1988. `
..59.0,32.1: correction for refraction -- no circumferential intensity measurements*
DURRETT, R.P.; STEVENSON, W.H.; THOMPSON, H.D.*
Radial and axial turbulent flow measurements with an LDV in an axisymmetric sudden expansion air flow*
J. Fluids Engrg. 110, 367*
1988. `
..59.0: ribs form a long constriction -- Re is more important than contraction ratio for start of asymmetry*
LIOU, T.-M.; KAO, C.-F.*
Symmetric and asymmetric turbulent flows in a rectangular duct with a pair of ribs*
J. Fluids Engrg. 110, 373*
1988. `
..06.0: MS State -- cones and hemispheres. Friction factor data only -- see also p. 385*
TAYLOR, R.P.; SCAGGS, W.F.; COLEMAN, H.W.*
Measurement and prediction of the effects of nonuniform surface roughness on turbulent flow friction coefficients*
J. Fluids Engrg. 110, 380*
1988. `
..45.0,61.0: Some hot-wire meas., and detailed 5-hole yawmeter results -- see also p. 415*
MENNA, J.D.; PIERCE, F.J.*
The mean flow structure around and within a turbulent junction of horseshoe vortex -- Part 1 - The upstream and surrounding three-dimensional boundary layer*
J. Fluids Engrg. 110, 406*
1988. `
..54.0,13.0,14.0: LRR OK, k, eps. not useful*
HIRAI, S.; TOSHIMI, T.; MATSUMOTO, M.*
Predictions of the laminarization phenomena in an axially rotating pipe flow*
J. Fluids Engrg. 110, 424*
1988. `
..30.2: Re from 10 ^ -4 to 1*
MUNSON, B.R.*
Very low Reynolds number flow through screens*
J. Fluids Engrg. 110, 462*
1988. `
..30.3: just so*
SARIC, W.S.; TAKAGI, S.; MOUSSEUX, M.*
The ASU unsteady wind tunnel and fundamental requirements for freestream turbulence measurements*
AIAA-88-0053*
1988. `
..27.3,54.0: zonal block PNS -- nice PLOT 3D graphics*
SRINIVASAN, G.R.; MCCROSKEY, W.J.; BAEDER, J.D.; EDWARDS, T.A.*
Numerical simulation of tip vortices of wings in subsonic and transonic flows*
AIAA J. 26, 1153*
1988. `
..29.6,61.0: conc. measurements from light scattered by aerosol*
VRANOS, A.; LISCINSKY, D.S.*
Planar imaging of jet mixing in crossflow*
AIAA J. 26, 1297*
1988. `
..25.5: 3rd-order upwinding not much better than second order? "Reconstruction" of solution from cell averages*
HARTWICH, P.-M.; HSU, C.-H.*
High-resolution upwind schemes for the three-dimensional incompressible Navier-Stokes equations*
AIAA J. 26, 1321*
1988. `
..25.5,54.0: 2-D vortex parallel to span*
DAMODARAN, M.; CAUGHEY, D.A.*
Finite-volume calculation of inviscid transonic airfoil-vortex interaction*
AIAA J. 26, 1346*
1988. `
..27.1,27.2: couples SLOR inviscid solution to transpiration velocity at each x -- Johnson-King model better than Cebeci-Smith*
LEE, D.; PLETCHER, R.H.*
Simultaneous viscous-inviscid interaction calculation procedure for transonic turbulent flows*
AIAA J. 26, 1354*
1988. `
..44.3,24.1,54.0: vortex core transport from side wall -- see Auerbach, Expts. Fluids 5, 385, 1987*
KUROSAKA, M.; CHRISTIANSEN, W.H.; GOODMAN, J.R.; TIRRES, L.; WOHLMAN, R.A.*
Crossflow transport induced by vortices (TN)*
AIAA J. 26, 1403*
1988. `
..12.2: constant-concentration surfaces have dimension about 2.4*
BOULDIN, F.C.*
Interpretation of jet mixing using fractals (TN)*
AIAA J. 26, 1405*
1988. `
..45.0,44.2: Stanitz elbow with 2 to 1 contraction and no adverse pressure gradient -- inlet aspect ratio about 4/3. Pitot results only*
KREATSOULAS, J.C.; LEE, D.; BALLANTYNE, A.; KNIGHT, C.J.*
Experimental/computational study of viscous flow in a contracting rectangular elbow*
AIAA J. 26, 1434*
1988. `
..30.2,25.7: optimization procedure to correct M and alpha*
RIZK, M.H.; LOVELL, D.R.; BAKER, T.J.*
Euler procedure for correcting two-dimensional transonic wind-tunnel wall interference*
AIAA J. 26, 1457*
1988. `
..29.6: density measurements with spatial resolution of 15 microns*
HAVENER, A.G.*
Holographic measurements of transition and turbulent bursting in supersonic axisymmetric boundary layers*
AIAA J. 26, 1467*
1988. `
..44.2,25.5: Coakley q-omega model for Langston turbine, using thin-layer NS*
CHOI, D.; KNIGHT, C.J.*
Computation of three-dimensional viscous linear cascade flows*
AIAA J. 26, 1477*
1988. `
..54.0,59.2,28.1: advantage of helicity over vorticity not clear -- disadvantages in 2D or with cone vel.*
LEVY, Y.; SEGINER, A.; DEGANI, D.*
Graphical representation of three-dimensional vortical flows by means of helicity density and normalized helicity*
AIAA-88-2598*
1988. `
..24.1,61.0: chamfered jets and swept splitter plates in mixing layer -- break-and-reconnect effect to reduce vortex roll sweep*
KIBENS, V.; WLEZIEN, R.W.; ROOS, F.W.; KEGELMAN, J.T.*
Three-dimensional vortex interactions*
AFOSR-TR-88-0484, AD-A194 066*
1988. `
..06.0: only friction factors for roughness arrays -- log law shift not evaluated. See JFE 107, 251*
TAYLOR, R.P.; COLEMAN, H.W.; SCAGGS, W.F.*
Investigations of rough surface effects on friction factors in turbulent pipe flow*
AD-A193 774, AFWAL-TR-87-3101*
1988. `
..25.5,17.2: uses Wu vorticity code - usable only with Joukowski transformn at present*
CONROYD, J.*
Dynamic stall investigations using a zonal Navier-Stokes model*
PhD thesis, Naval Postgrad. School*
1988. `
..25.1,25.4: minimization of cost funding for M = 0 and M > 0 (Euler), also sprach Rechenberg--*
JAMESON, A.*
Aerodynamic design via control theory*
Princeton MAE Rept 1824, presented at 12th IMACS World Congress on Sci. Computation, Paris*
1988. `
..11.6,54.0,18.1: baroclinic (Bjerknes) mechanism*
ASHURST, W.T.; McMURTRY, P.A.*
Flame generation of vorticity - vortex dipoles from monopoles*
Sandia Combustion Res. Facil. paper*
1988. `
..19.3: fractal statictics of dissipation at high Re - dimension 2.87*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; MENEVEAU, C.*
Singularities of the equations of fluid motion*
Phys. Rev. A 38, 6287*
1988. `
..19.3,11.1: intermittency exponent mu higher than for energy dissipation*
PRASAD, R.R.; MENEVEAU, C.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Multifractal nature of the dissipation field of passive scalars in fully turbulent flows*
Phys. Rev. Letters 61, 74*
1988. `
..42.3,43.2: relevant to cloud streets*
ZIVKOVIC, M.; AGEE, E.M.*
Further aspects of transitions in two-dimensional thermal convection*
J. Atmos. Sci. 45, 3983*
1988. `
..17.1,59.0: lock-in tests at large amplitude/dia. ratio*
WILLIAMSON, C.H.K.; ROSHKO, A.*
Vortex formation in the wake of an oscillating cylinder*
J. Fluids and Structures 2, 355*
1988. `
..24.1: Re, lambda = 270, x-compt. slightly largest*
BALINT, J.-L.; WALLACE, J.M.; VUKOSLAVCEVIC, P.*
The statistical properties of the vorticity field of a two-stream turbulent mixing layer*
Proc. 2nd European Turbulence Conf., Berlin*
1988. `
..43.1,06.0,57.0: faster flow through trunks than through upper leaves -- U. CT, Storrs*
THISTLE, H.W.*
Air flow through a deciduous forest edge using high frequency anemometry*
Final Tech. Rept, U.S. Army Res. Office, DDA103-86-K-0081, AD-A198 566*
1988. `
..09.2,05.0: no drag reduction unless bubbles are in wall layer*
PAL, S.; MERKLE, C.L.; DEUTSCH, S.*
Bubble characteristics and trajectories in a microbubble boundary layer*
Phys. Fluids 31, 744*
1988. `
..54.0,44.1: vorticity parallel to surface*
TRYGGVASON, G.*
Deformation of a free surface as a result of vortical flows*
Phys. Fluids 31, 955*
1988. `
..48.0,46.0: from sharp-edged orifice - limited turbulence measurements*
QUINN, W.R.; MILITZER, J.*
Experimental and numerical study of a turbulent free square jet*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1017*
1988. `
..05.0,07.0: 40 percent rms - hot films unreliable. Skewness 1 . 0, flatness 4 . 8*
ALFREDSSON, P.H.; JOHANSSON, A.V.; HARITONIDIS, J.H.; ECKELMANN, H.*
The fluctuating wall-shear stress and the velocity field in the viscous sublayer*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1026*
1988. `
..05.0,25.6: 3D shear layers with spanwise vorticity - fundamentally different from hairpins*
JIMENEZ, J.; MOIN, P.; MOSER, R.; KEEFE, L.*
Ejection mechanisms in the sublayer of a turbulent channel*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1311*
1988. `
..01.1,19.3: high-freq. intermittency collapses on Kolmogorov scales*
BRITZ, D.; SHAH, D.A.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
The fine-scale intermittency of turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1431*
1988. `
..19.3: analogy between temperature and energy dissipation*
ANTONIA, R.A.; SHAH, D.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Dissipation and vorticity spectra in a turbulent wake*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1805*
1988. `
..02.1: typical wavelength proportional to distance from turbulence*
WOOD, D.H.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
Velocity spectra in the irrotational flow outside a turbulent shear layer*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1807*
1988. `
..32.2: illuminated multiple image generates Young's fringes, simplifying analysis*
LOURENCO, L.; KROTHAPALLI, A.*
Particle image displacement velocimetry measurements of a three-dimensional jet*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1835*
1988. `
..06.0: different for high-aspect-ratio grooves and sand grains*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.; WATSON, R.D.*
Structure of rough-wall turbulent boundary layers*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1877*
1988. `
..25.6: SGS model and filter must be consistent - e.g. use Smago. with sharp Fourier filter, not Gaussian*
PIOMELLI, U.; MOIN, P.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
Model consistency in large eddy simulation of turbulent channel flows*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1884*
1988. `
..62.0,25.6: vortex ring distorts in fountain*
RIZK, M.H.; MENON, S.*
Large-eddy simulations of axisymmetric excitation effects on a row of impinging jets*
Phys. Fluids 31, 1892*
1988. `
..11.1,25.6,19.3: -17/3 power*
CHASNOV, J.; CANUTO, V.M.; ROGALLO, R.S.*
Turbulence spectrum of a passive temperature field - results of a numerical simulation*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2065*
1988. `
..19.3: slight tendency to Beltramization*
KRAICHNAN, R.H.; PANDA, R.*
Depression of nonlinearity in decaying isotropic turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2395*
1988. `
..54.0: experiments*
OSHIMA, Y.; IZUTSU, N.*
Cross-linking of two vortex rings*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2401*
1988. `
..48.0,05.5: bursts tend to reflect from free surface*
RASHIDI, M.; BANERJEE, S.*
Turbulence structure in free-surface channel flows*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2491*
1988. `
..46.0,62.0: axis switching - calculations*
KOSHIGOE, S.; TUBIS, A.; HO, C-M.*
Vortex deformation in elliptic-core jets from the perspective of linear instability analysis*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2504*
1988. `
..24.1: calcs. - lognormal prob. dist. of vortex circulation*
BERNAL, L.P.*
The statistics of the organized vortical structure in turbulent mixing layers*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2533*
1988. `
..19.3,25.6: K-L expansion uses orthogonal functions and random coefficients*
CHAMBERS, D.H.; ADRIAN, R.J.; MOIN, P.; STEWART, D.S.; SUNG, H.J.*
Karhunen-Loeve expansion of Burgers' model of turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2573*
1988. `
..09.3: net drag reduction seems implausible*
SAHLIN, A.; JOHANSSON, A.V.; ALFREDSSON, P.H.*
The possibility of drag reduction by outer layer manipulators in turbulent boundary layers*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2814*
1988. `
..23.0,60.0: large Re range - shock mainly affects large scales*
BONNET, J.P.*
Space-time correlations of wall pressure fluctuations in shock-induced separated turbulent flows*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2821*
1988. `
..01.1: published version of NASA TM 100036*
WOOD, D.H.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
Measurements of the free-stream fluctuations above a turbulent boundary layer*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2834*
1988. `
..12.2,32.2: light-scattering correlation*
TONG, P.; GOLDBURG, W.I.*
Relative velocity fluctuations in turbulent flows at moderate Reynolds numbers. I. Experimental*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2841*
1988. `
..19.3,12.2: Burgers not chaotic - new simulation system proposed, with dimension 20*
QIAN, J.*
Cascade model of turbulence*
Phys. Fluids 31, 2865*
1988. `
59.0: discontinuities in St-Re relation*
WILLIAMSON, C.H.K.*
The existence of two stages in the transition to three-dimensionality of a cylinder wake*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3165*
1988. `
..54.0: linear superposition of classical trailing vortices*
CANTWELL, B.; ROTT, N.*
The decay of a viscous vortex pair*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3213*
1988. `
..12.2,04.0: Frisch beta model, for low Re*
TONG, P.; GOLDBURG, W.I.*
Relative velocity fluctuations in turbulent flows at moderate Reynolds number. II. Model calcuation*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3253*
1988. `
..32.1: staph., baker's yeast etc. - 0 . 8 to 5 micron*
JACOBS, D.A.; JACOBS, C.W.; ANDERECK, C.D.*
Biological scattering particles for laser Doppler velocimetry*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3457*
1988. `
..54.0,24.4: impulse per unit nozzle area (related to circulation) defines a Reynolds number - transition at order 10000*
GLEZER, A.*
The formation of vortex rings*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3532*
1988. `
..24.2,53.0: parametric excitation - one mode amplified, one stabilized*
NAYFEH, A.H.; AL-MAAITAH, A.*
Influence of streamwise vortices on Tollmien-Schlichting waves*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3543*
1988. `
..24.4: wake flow - useful triad frequency plot*
RITZ, C.P.; POWERS, E.J.; MIKSAD, R.W.; SOLIS, R.S.*
Nonlinear spectral dynamics of a transitioning flow*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3577*
1988. `
..13.0,11.1: keeps pressure-strain as pressure-vel. gt., following Lumley - even the slow term depends on mean strain rate. Shih disapproves*
JONES, W.P.; MUSONGE, P.*
Closure of the Reynolds stress and scalar flux equations*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3589*
1988. `
..53.0: mushroom-shaped smoke cross-sections*
LIGRANI, P.M.; NIVER, R.D.*
Flow visualization of Dean vortices in a curved channel with 40 to 1 aspect ratio*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3605*
1988. `
..24.1: 2D point-vortex clouds - single "dropout" vortices between pairs*
MOON, H.T.; WEIDMAN, P.D.*
Local vortex pairing in a free shear layer*
Phys. Fluids 31, 3804*
1988. `
..13.0: non-linear return-to-isotropy term - claims a high level of universality*
JANICKA, J.*
Model functions of Reynolds stress models*
Phys. Fluids 31, 49*
1988. `
..09.2: why it's draughty in the shower*
MARX, K.*
Analysis and computer simulation of confined ring vortices driven by falling sprays*
Phys. Fluids 31, 263*
1988. `
..12.2: can occur even in irrotational flow - turbulence is not necessary*
JONES, S.; AREF, H.*
Chaotic advection in pulsed source-sink systems*
Phys. Fluids 31, 469*
1988. `
..11.1,25.6: useful methods of initializing partly-mixed scalar fields - pdf usually becomes Gaussian at large t*
ESWARAN, V.; POPE, S.*
Direct numerical simulations of the turbulent mixing of a passive scalar*
Phys. Fluids 31, 506*
1988. `
..25.6,11.1: interpolation critical - cubic splines best. Good discussion of DNS code difficulties*
YEUNG, P.K.; POPE, S.B.*
An algorithm for tracking fluid particles in numerical simulations of homogeneous turbulence*
J. Comp. Phys. 79, 373*
1988. `
..22.2:formerly I.C. Aero Rept. 86-03 - self-reference to this bibliography*
BRADSHAW, P.*
A bibliography of turbulent flows*
Stanford Univ. Mech. Engg Dept. Rept IL-95*
1988. `
..05.0,23.0: MS thesis - impressively large amounts of work*
GRESKO, L.S.*
Characteristics of wall pressure and near-wall velocity in a flat plate turbulent boundary layer*
MIT Fluid Dyn. Lab. FDRLR 88-2*
1988. `
..32.2,29.6: photochromics in water - Fourier transform to sort out diffraction from strained hologram*
AGUI, J.C.*
Vorticity studies in flows - global three-dimensional analysis and optical point measurements*
PhD thesis, Aero/Astro Dept., Stanford Univ.*
1988. `
..05.0,23.0: mainly associated with v*
HARITONIDIS, J.; GRESKO, L.; BREUER, K.*
Wall pressure peaks and waves*
Presented at Zaric Memorial Seminar on Near Wall Turbulence*
1988. `
..23.0,22.1: scale on M times friction vel.*
LEEHEY, P.*
Dynamic wall pressure measurements*
MIT Acoustics and Vib. Lab. Rept 97457-2*
1988. `
..54.0: suggests that "breakdown" is not equivalent to reversal - often related to Taylor-Proudman column*
LUGT, H.; GORSKI, J.*
The "bubble" concept of axisymmetric vortex breakdown with and without obstacles in the vortex core*
DTRC-88/042*
1988. `
..43.1: Oak Ridge work - order of 10 super-sweeps per night (wind speed being low)*
NAPPO, C.*
An investigation of the intermittent turbulent breakdown of the nocturnal planetary boundary layer*
AD-A204 440*
1988. `
..43.1,22.2: also useful intro to turbulence in general*
STULL, R.B.*
An Introduction to Boundary Layer Meteorology*
Kluwer, Dordrecht*
1988. `
..29.6,32.2: grid of laser beams to excite a Kodak chemical in kerosene*
FALCO, R.E.; CHU, C.C.*
A study of turbulence production using a new photochromic visualization technique*
AFOSR-TR-88-0614, AD-A196 887*
1988. `
..47.2,25.5,25.10: calcs. for Wigley, SSPA, HSVA - k, eps. and a lot of work on body-fitted coordinates*
PATEL, V.C., CHEN, H.C.; JU, S.*
Ship stern and wake flows - solutions of the fully-elliptic Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations and comparisons with experiments*
IIHR Rept. 323*
1988. `
..44.2,45.0: normal stresses but no shear stresses*
GREGORY-SMITH, D.G., WALSH, J.A.; GRAVES, C.P.; AND FULTON, K.P.*
Turbulence measurements and secondary flows in a turbine rotor cascade*
ASME J. Turbomachinery 110, 479*
1988. `
..11.1,13.0,22.2: review - up with second-moment transport models, down with wall functions*
LAUNDER, B.E.*
On the computation of convective heat transfer in complex turbulent flows*
J. Heat Transf. 110, 1112*
1988. `
..54.0: calcs. for Escudier (Expts. in Fluids 1984) case -- backflow re "free stream" in vortex tube*
NEITZEL, G.P.*
Streak-line motion during steady and unsteady axisymmetric vortex breakdown*
Phys. Fluids 31, 958*
1988. `
..54.0,29.6: 5W Ar laser*
GOPINATH, P.R.; SUNDARAM, S.; ET AL.*
Flow visualization of leading edge vortices on a delta wing by laser sheet technique*
IAA N89-11697, 2*
1988. '
..50.0,11.3: turbulence generated by jet grid*
YOUNG, C.D.; HAN, J.C.*
Effect of jet grid turbulence on turbulent boundary layer heat transfer*
ASME HTD 103, 37*
1988. '
..30.1,24.3: 447 pages - WG09 report. Trips by Russo, 5 papers on Re extrapolation by Haines and/or Elsenaar*
ANON.*
Boundary layer simulation and control in wind tunnels*
AGARD Advisory Report 224*
1988. `
..28.1,25.6: computer simulations*
WATSON, V.*
A breakthrough for experiencing and understanding simulated physics*
ASEE Annual Conf. Proc., p. 2038*
1988. `
..27.1,54.0: illustrated by NACA0012, refers to CR 3281*
DE JONG, F.J.; GOVINDAN, T.R.; LEVY, R.; SHAMROTH, S.J.*
Validation of a forward marching procedure to compute tip vortex generation process for ship propeller blades*
Scientific Research Associates, Inc. - Final Report R88-920023-F*
1988.`
..19.1: array of propellers - strong discrete frequencies so doesn't count as turbulence*
MICHARD, M.*
Study of mechanisms related to organized large structures in grid turbulence*
Ph.D. Thesis, Ecole Centrale de Lyon*
1988. `
..11.2,29.6: RGB calibration*
AKINO, N.; KUNUGI, T.; ET AL.*
Liquid-crystal thermometry based on automatic color evaluation and applications to measure turbulent heat transfer*
Transport Phenomena in Turbulent Flows, (M. Hirata and N. Kasagi, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 807*
1988. `
..14.0,62.0: careful grid-refinement checks - Pope's anomaly correction not good*
KUNUGI, T.; KAWAMURA, H.*
Application of a two-equation turbulence model to heat transfer and fluid flow of an impinging round jet*
Transport Phenomena in Turbulent Flows, (M. Hirata and N. Kasagi, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 593*
1988. `
..29.6,11.6:shadowgraph images used to track interface*
SMUCKLAND, R.N.; SWEENEY, D.W.*
Optical flow computation in combustion image sequences*
Appl. Optics 27, 5213*
1988. `
..09,12.2: 2D calcs. only but 3D possible*
LADD, A.J.C.; COLVIN, M.E.*
Application of lattice-gas cellular automater is the Brownian motion of solids in suspension*
Phys. Rev. Letters 60, 975*
1988. `
..12.2: even simple low-pass filtering can introduce additional Lyapunov exponents*
BADII, R.; ET AL.*
Dimension increase in filtered chaotic signals*
Phys. Rev. Letters 60, 979*
1988. `
..25.1,25.2: useful pair of textbooks*
FLETCHER, C.A.J*
Computational techniques for fluid dynamics. Vols. 1 and 2.*
Springer*
1988. `
..59.2,56.0: profile A is AS239, B is AS240 - transition problems. See Part II, Rept OA 72/2259 (1989)*
GLEYZES, C.*
Operation Stall - results of tests in the F2 wind tunnel*
ONERA/CERT Toulouse, Tech. Rept. OA 71/2259*
1988. `
..18.2,11.2,05.0: simply points out that (even at low M) log law works only for small temperature difference*
CARVIN, C.; DEBIEVE, J.F.; SMITS, A.J.*
The near-wall temperature profile of turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA 88-0136*
1988. `
..25.1: indeterminacy of Turing machines etc. - IBM man*
CHAITIN, G.J.*
Randomness in arithmetic*
Scientific American, July, p. 52*
1988. `
..25.5: Boeing system - at this time, practicable geometries were just starting to make grid generation a pacing item*
BIRCH, S.F.*
Development of an advanced Navier-Stokes analysis capability*
AIAA-88-0719*
1988. `
..25.1: predecessor of the "CTTM"/ASME paper of 1993 - Richardson's method - see vol. 23, 1263, 1996*
FERZIGER, J.H.*
A note on numerical accuracy*
Int. J. Num. Methods in Fluids 8, 995*
1988. `
..30.2: VSAERO panel method plus Thwaites. BL part in AIAA J. 27, 372 (1989)*
BELL, J.H.; MEHTA, R.D.*
Contraction design for small low-speed wind tunnels*
NASA CR 177488, Contract NAS2-NCC-2-294*
1988. `
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..54.0,61.0: just so*
JOHNSTON, J.P.; NISHI, M.*
Vortex generator jets - a means for passive and active control of boundary layer separation*
AIAA-89-0564*
1989. `
..29.2,59.2,54.0: moderate effect on bursting position*
PAYNE, F.M.; NG, T.T.; NELSON, R.C.*
Seven hole probe measurement of leading edge vortex flows*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 1*
1989. `
..17.1,23.0: alternative to steady sinusoidal forcing*
BONMARIN, P.; ROUCHEFORT, R.; BOURGUEL, M.*
Surface wave profile measurement by image analysis*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 17*
1989. `
..32.1: Monte Carlo simulation - coincidence window technique can lead to bias*
BROWN, J.L.*
Geometric bias and time coincidence in 3-dimensional laser Doppler velocimeter systems*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 25*
1989. `
..29.2: independent of dimensionless shear down to 0.03 or less, contrary to Hall/Lighthill drift*
TAVOULARIS, S.; SZYMCZAK, M.*
Displacement effect of square-ended pitot tubes in shear flows*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 33*
1989. `
..29.6,31.3: biacetyl for LIF, and smoke*
KENNEDY, I.M.*
Pulsed laser measurements of particle and vapour concentrations in a turbulent jet*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 49*
1989. `
..17.1,45.0,44.2: moving bar wake - disturbs passage vortex*
HEBERT, G.J.; TIEDERMAN, W.G.*
Comparison of steady and unsteady secondary flows in a turbine stator cascade*
34th International Gas Turbine & Aeroengine Congress, ASME paper ?*
1989. `
..22.2: good integration of expts. and simulations*
LIGRANI, P.M.*
Structure of turbulent boundary layers*
Encyclopedia of Fluid Mech., ch. 5 (N.P. Cheremisinoff, ed.), Gulf Pub.*
1989. `
..28.3:magnetic disk acts as cache for optical disk - "virtual disk file manager" by Epoch Systems*
OLSEN, R.P.; KENLEY, G.*
Virtual optical disks solve the on-line storage crunch*
Computer Design, vol. 28, no. 1, p. 93 (1 Jan.)*
1989. `
..62.0: refers to horseshoe round jet nozzle*
KROTHAPALLI, A.; LOURENCO, L.; BUCHLIN, J.*
On the separated flow upstream of a jet in a cross flow*
AIAA 89-0571*
1989. `
..16.1,25.6: spanwise p.g. in duct - internal layers only, with x or z gradients to skew*
MOIN, P.; SHIH, T.; DRIVER, D.; MANSOUR, N.*
Numerical simulation of a three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA 89-0373*
1989. `
..25.7: should work at any M (retarded pressure for M>1)*
McGUIRK, J.J.; PAGE, G.J.*
Shock capturing using a pressure-correction method*
AIAA 89-0561*
1989. `
..18.1,18.2,21.2: density 0.64 of ambient - useful discussion of magnitudes of density fluctuations and Favre averaging*
SO, R.M.C.; ZHU, J.Y.; OTUGEN, M.V.; HWANG, B.C.*
Some measurements in a binary gas jet*
Arizona State University paper*
1989. `
..54.0,59.2,17.1: vortex street becomes unsteady at 40 deg. for Re,d of 200000*
SCHIFF, L.B.; DEGANI, D.; GAVALI, S.*
Numerical simulation of vortex unsteadiness on slender bodies of revolution at large incidence*
AIAA 89-0195*
1989. `
..54.0,59.2: strength of asymmetry depends on strength of disturbance*
DEGANI, D.; SCHIFF, L.B.*
Numerical simulation of the effect of spatial disturbances on vortex asymmetry*
AIAA 89-0340*
1989. `
..24.1,30.2: apparently great sensitivity to irregularities in initial BL or screen - definite doublings of spanwise wavelengths*
BELL, J.H.*
Three-dimensional structure of plane mixing layers*
Stanford Univ. PhD Thesis*
1989. `
..59.0,27.2: paper on TE bubbles, lecture on title - zonal modelling inevitable, and don't neglect dp/dy*
WHITELAW, J.H.*
Experiments are telling you something*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..27.1: influence coeffts. in Brune-type interaction law evaluated once for all from panel method - nice*
GIBSON, M.M.; HO, P.Y.*
An interactive boundary layer method for subsonic airfoil flows*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..27.1: turbulence model is main pacing item in CFD*
VELDMAN, A.E.P.; LINDHOUT, J.P.F.; DEBOER, E.; SOMERS, M.A.M.*
VISTRAFS - a simulation method for strongly-interacting viscous transonic flow*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..25.5,22.2: including Ames annual video*
KUTLER, P.*
Computational fluid dynamics at NASA Ames Research Center*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..16.1,07.0: slight update of Pierce and McAllister 1983*
OLCMEN, S.; SIMPSON, R.L.*
Some near wall features of three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..45.0,54.0: just so*
CUTLER, A.D.; NAASERI, M.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Interaction between strong longitudinal vortices and turbulent boundary layers*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..45.0,27.3: calcs - unstaggered grid FA method*
CHEN, H.C.; PATEL, V.C.*
The flow around wing-body junctions*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..59.0,44.2: vortex street with thick TE*
HUANG, T.T.; PURTELL, L.P.; LEE, Y.T.*
Turbulence characteristics of trailing-edge flows on thick and thin hydrofoils*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..25.5,59.2: only 1.2 - needs a big domain, 1.2 M points*
HUBAND, G.W.; RIZZETTA, D.P.; SHANG, J.S.*
Results from a numerical simulation of an F-16A configuration at a supersonic Mach number*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..27.4: BL equations plus nominal curvature correction - good discussion of interaction strategies*
WILLIAMS, B.R.*
Coupling procedures for viscous-inviscid interaction in external aerodynamics*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..16.1,27.1: mainly strip theory*
SMITH, P.D.*
A viscous package for attached and separated flows on swept and tapered wings*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..25.5,54.0: use helicity as diagnostic - useful comments on accuracy. TANSTAAFL*
SCHIFF, L.B.; DEGANI, D.; CUMMINGS, R.M.*
Numerical simulation of separated and vortical flows on bodies at large angles of attack*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..16.1,27.1: viscous plus pseudo-potential*
GORDNIER, R.E.; RUBIN, S.G.*
3-D composite velocity solutions for subsonic/transonic flows*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..16.1,18.1: big effects of catalytic wall*
AUPOIX, B.; BONNET, S.; GLEYZES, C.; COUSTEIX, J.*
Calculation of three-dimensional boundary layers including hypersonic flows*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..18.1,25.5: there is no such thing as a grid-independent solution - TANSTAAFL*
BLOTTNER, F.G.*
Verification of a Navier-Stokes code for solving the hypersonic blunt body problem*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..17.1,59.2: well-constructed review*
HELIN, H.E.*
The relevance of unsteady aerodynamics for highly maneuverable and agile aircraft*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..17.1,59.2: big compressibility effects at M=0.2 or 0.4*
PATTERSON, M.T.; LORBER, P.F.*
Computational and experimental studies of compressible dynamic stall*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..50.0,17.1,59.2: one low-turb. tunnel, one with 0.8 percent turbulence*
WO, A.M.; COVERT, E.E.*
On the effects of wind tunnel turbulence on steady and unsteady airfoil characteristics*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..50.0,44.2,24.4: squirrel cage and flat plate*
RODI, W.; LIU, X.; SCHONUNG, B.*
Transitional boundary layers with wake-induced unsteadiness*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..17.1,54.0,59.2: NLR experiment at M=0.2 - vortex bursting - see also AFOSR unsteady flow meeting, 1988*
CUNNINGHAM, A.M.*
A critique of the experimental aerodynamic data base for an oscillating straked wing at high angles*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..17.2,59.2: 2D, swept and delta wings - experiments*
WALKER, J.M.; ROBINSON, M.C.*
Wing planform dependence on dynamic stall development*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..17.2,18.2: including M effects - good review also*
CARR, L.W.; PLATZER, M.F.; CHANDRASEKHARA, M.S.; EKATERINARIS, J.*
Experimental and computational studies of airfoil dynamic stall*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..62.0: new p-correction scheme - see AIAA-89-0561*
McGUIRK, J.J.; PAGE, G.J.*
The calculation of under-expanded impinging jets*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..54.0: laminar calcs - see AIAA-87-1343, AIAA-88-0508*
HAFEZ, M.; AHMAD, J.*
Vortex breakdown simulation. Part III - Compressibility effects*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..24.2,24.4: 132 refs - points out that fly Re is subcrit. for hypersonic aircraft*
BUSHNELL, D.M.*
Applications and suggested directions of transition research*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..24.4,16.2: steady and unsteady crossflow vortices - old NBS Klebanoff tunnel*
SARIC, W.S.; DAGENHART, J.R.; MOUSSEUX, M.*
Experiments in swept wing transition*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..04.0,24.1: 2D waves in bubbles*
BRENDEL, M.; MUELLER, T.J.*
Transition phenomena on airfoils operating at low chord Reynolds numbers in steady and unsteady flow*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..24.4,16.2: stationary and travelling crossflow vortices on flat plate with negative p.g.*
BIPPES, H.; MULLER, B.*
Disturbance growth in an unstable three-dimensional boundary layer*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..24.2,16.1,53.0: convex curvature stabilizes - travelling crossflow vortices most amplified*
COLLIER, F.S.; BARTLETT, D.W.; WAGNER, R.D.*
Curvature effects on the stability of laminar boundary layers on swept wings*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..24.4,16.2: 40 deg swept transonic profile with thick l.e. - low speed experiment*
ARNAL, D.; JUILLEN, J.C.*
Leading-edge contamination and relaminarization on a swept wing at incidence*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..24.2,16.1: review of e^n, and new calcs*
CEBECI, T.; CHEN, H.H.*
Prediction of transition on airfoils with separation bubbles, swept wings and bodies of revolution at incidence*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..24.2,18.1: bluntness increases transition Re (from e^n) far less than instability Re*
MALIK, M.R.*
Transition in hypersonic boundary layers*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..24.2,16.1: travelling crossflow vortices at 80 deg plus on M=2 fighter*
AGRAWAL, S.; KINARD, T.A.; POWELL, A.G.*
Supersonic boundary-layer stability analysis with and without suction on aircraft wings*
Presented at Fourth Sympo. on Num. and Phys. Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, Long Beach*
1989. `
..11.6,13.0: 5-scalar model plus second-moment turbulence closure*
CHEN, J.-Y.; KOLLMANN, W.; DIBBLE, R.W.*
Pdf modeling of turbulent nonpremixed methane jet flames*
Sandia Corp. SAND89-8403*
1989. `
..25.6: just so - realistic account of LES*
REYNOLDS, W.C.*
The potential and limitations of direct and large eddy simulations*
Position paper, Whither Turbulence conference, Cornell*
1989. `
..09.5,54.0: not much on vortex generators - rather general review*
BUSHNELL, D.M.; McGINLEY, C.B.*
Turbulence control in wall flows*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 21, 1*
1989. `
..11.6: just so*
BILGER, R.W.*
Turbulent diffusion flames*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 21, 101*
1989. `
..24.2,50.0: strictly laminar, but relevant to f.s.t. effects on turbulent flow - Stokes regions at leading edge*
GOLDSTEIN, M.E.; HULTGREN, L.S.*
Boundary-layer receptivity to long-wave free-stream disturbances*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 21, 137*
1989. `
..56.0,59.0: rather general review*
SIMPSON, R.L.*
Turbulent boundary-layer separation*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 21, 205*
1989. `
..24.2,24.4,16.1: most-unstable longitudinal-vortex modes travel, most observed ones are fixed*
REED, H.L.; SARIC, W.S.*
Stability of three-dimensional boundary layers*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 21, 235*
1989. `
..24.1: largely mathematical analysis of higher modes*
LIU, J.T.C.*
Coherent structures in transitional and turbulent free shear flows*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 21, 285*
1989. `
..28.2,25.2: parallelism, cellular automata and his FCT*
BORIS, J.P.*
New directions in computational fluid dynamics*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 21, 345*
1989. `
..43.1,44.1: similarities between oceanic and ABL surface layers - but unstable regions in the ocean are pathological*
GARGETT, A.E.*
Ocean turbulence*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 21, 419*
1989. `
..24.1,18.2: general review including Papamoschou - but is 2D realistic at high M?*
DIMOTAKIS, P.E.*
Turbulent free shear layer mixing*
AIAA-89-0262*
1989. `
..24.4: pressure gradient has large effect*
GLEZER, A.; KATZ, Y.; WYGNANSKI, I*
On the breakdown of the wave packet trailing a turbulent spot in a laminar boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 198, 1*
1989. `
..01.1,20.0: seeks repetitive patterns - see p. 65*
FERRE, J.A.; GIRALT, F.*
Pattern-recognition analysis of the velocity field in plane turbulent wakes*
J. Fluid Mech. 198, 27*
1989. `
..01.2,20.0: temperature points and double rollers - see p. 27*
FERRE, J.A.; GIRALT, F.*
Some topological features of the entrainment process in a heated turbulent wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 198, 65*
1989. `
..43.2,25.6: strong similarities to 2D turbulence including reverse cascade*
MCWILLIAMS, J.C.*
Statistical properties of decaying geostrophic turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 198, 199*
1989. `
..20.0,24.4: symmetric and antisymmetric parts*
MARASLI, B.; CHAMPAGNE, F.H.; WYGNANSKI, I.J.*
Modal decomposition of velocity signals in a plane, turbulent wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 198, 255*
1989. `
..01.2,08.0: slightly heated surface - discusses correlation of critical points and coolings or heatings*
ANTONIA, R.A.; FULACHIER, L.*
Topology of a turbulent boundary layer with and without wall suction*
J. Fluid Mech. 198, 429*
1989. `
..12.2: largely a presentation of Stone/Aubry work*
HOLMES, P.*
Can dynamical systems approach turbulence?*
Presented at "Whither Turbulence" meeting, Cornell University*
1989. `
..29.6,54.0: LIF in water with argon-ion laser*
WARD, K.C.; KATZ, J.*
The topology of the flow structures in the lee of an inclined body of revolution - Parts A and B*
Johns Hopkins University papers*
1989. `
..05.5,44.1,24.7: vorticity vector normal to surface*
BERNAL, L.P.; KWON, J.T.*
Vortex ring dynamics at a free surface*
Phys. Fluids A1, 449*
1989. `
..53.0,09.5: convex curvature wins?*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
Viscous drag reduction of a nose body*
AIAA J. 27, 274*
1989. `
..05.0,48.1: omega, k_x, k_z correlations*
LAI, J.C.S.; BULLOCK, K.J.; KRONAUER, R.E.*
Structural similarity of turbulence in fully developed smooth pipe flow*
AIAA J. 27, 283*
1989. `
..09.5,24.4: laminar or turbulent*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Selective suction for controlling bursting events in a boundary layer*
AIAA J. 27, 308*
1989. `
..13.0,18.1: Hanjalic model (in TSF2)*
ABDOL-HAMID, K.S.; WILMOTH, R.G.*
Multiscale turbulence effects in underexpanded supersonic jets*
AIAA J. 27, 315*
1989. `
..14.0,53.0: new model for triple products*
PARK, S.W.; CHUNG, M.K.*
Curvature-dependent two-equation model for prediction of turbulent recirculating flows*
AIAA J. 27, 340*
1989. `
..27.4: potential flow*
LUCHINI, P.; MANZO, F.*
Flow around simply and multiply connected bodies - a new iterative scheme for conformal mapping*
AIAA J. 27, 345*
1989. `
..30.2: VSAERO and Thwaites on centre plane*
BELL, J.H.; MEHTA, R.D.*
Boundary-layer predictions for small low-speed contractions (TN)*
AIAA J. 27, 372*
1989. `
..28.3: Object-oriented programming allows you to build custom applications from existing ones easily*
THOMAS, D.*
What's in an object?*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 3, p. 231*
1989. `
..28.3: The powerful 80386 microprocessor and its stepchild, the 80386SX, take on the venerable 80286*
HAYES, F.*
Battle of the chips*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 3, p. 274*
1989. `
..28.3: The personal work station - what you get when you cross a user-friendly workstation with a powerful personal computer*
BARAN, N.*
Two worlds converge*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 2, p. 229*
1989. `
..24.1,11.6,25.6: 3D time-developing simulation - heat release slows growth, via baroclinic torque. See p. 333*
MCMURTRY, P.A.; RILEY, J.J.; METCALFE, R.W.*
Effects of heat release on the large-scale structure in turbulent mixing layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 199, 297*
1989. `
..24.1,11.6: H2 and F2 - temperature rises up to 940K*
HERMANSON, J.C.; DIMOTAKIS, P.E.*
Effects of heat release in a turbulent, reacting shear layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 199, 333*
1989. `
..42.3,54.0: vertical diffusion of vorticity is important*
MONISMITH, S.G.; MAXWORTHY, T.*
Selective withdrawal and spin-up of a rotating stratified fluid*
J. Fluid Mech. 199, 377*
1989. `
..53.0,24.4: March 1989*
LEOUTSAKOS, G.; CRANE, R.I.*
Three-dimensional boundary layer transition on a concave surface*
Submitted to Int. J. Heat & Fluid Flow*
1989. `
..44.2,18.2: little change in free stream with 2 to 1 density ratio, but some migration in boundary layer*
BUTLER, T.L.; SHARMA, O.P.; JOSLYN, H.D.; DRING, R.P.*
Redistribution of an inlet temperature distortion in axial flow turbine stage*
J. Prop. Power 5, 64*
1989. `
..44.2,24.2: low-Re k, eps. STAN5 - mainly transition effects*
ZERKLE, R.D.; LOUNSBURY, R.J.*
Freestream turbulence effect on turbine airfoil heat transfer*
J. Prop. Power 5, 82*
1989. `
..44.2,24.4: mainly transition effect, shown by hot film gages*
HANSEN, J.L.; OKIISHI, T.H.*
Rotor-wake influence on axial-compressor-stator boundary layers*
J. Prop. Power 5, 89*
1989. `
..04.0,59.2: Re from 300000 to 774000 - hot wire and smokewire*
HSIAO, F.-B., LIU, C.-F.; TANG, Z.*
Aerodynamic performance and flow structure studies of a low Reynolds number airfoil*
AIAA J. 27, 129*
1989. `
..07.0: Chapman-Kuhn-like equations solved in Fourier series - time-dependent representation of bursts and sweeps*
WALKER, J.D.A.; ABBOTT, D.E.; SCHARNHORST, R.K.; WEIGAND, G.G.*
Wall-layer model for the velocity profile in turbulent flows*
AIAA J. 27, 140*
1989. `
..24.4: produced by injection, not suction, then chopped by spanwise plate*
MAKITA, H.; SASSA, K.; ABE, M.; ITABASHI, A.*
Decay process of a manipulated large-scale horseshoe vortex in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA J. 27, 155*
1989. `
..24.1: oscillating aerofoil - effects wholly downstream at low freq., almost wholly upstream at high freq.*
KOOCHESFAHANI, M.M.; DIMOTAKIS, P.E.*
Effects of a downstream disturbance on the structure of a turbulent plane mixing layer*
AIAA J. 27, 161*
1989. `
..15.0: considerable differences between Cebeci-Smith and Baldwin-Lomax*
STOCK, H.W.; HAASE, W.*
Determination of length scales in algebraic turbulence models for Navier-Stokes methods*
AIAA J. 27, 5*
1989. `
..15.0: Clauser eddy viscosity*
WAHLS, R.A.; BARNWELL, R.W.; DEJARNETTE, F.R.*
Finite-difference outer-layer, analytic inner-layer method for turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 27, 15*
1989. `
..14.0: calculations, comparing Baldwin-Lomax and Rubesin-Glushko - REPLACED by AIAA J. 28, 113, 1990*
DEGANI, D.; SMITS, A.J.*
Response of a compressible, turbulent boundary layer to a short region of surface curvature*
AIAA J. 27, 23*
1989. `
..14.0: low-Re k, eps. best of a bad lot*
MARTINUZZI, R.; POLLARD, A.*
Comparative study of turbulence models in predicting turbulent pipe flow, Part 1 - Algebraic stress and k, eps. models*
AIAA J. 27, 29*
1989. `
..25.10,25.5: "feature detection" algorithm to detect shocks and shear layers*
KALLINDERIS, Y.G.; BARON, J.R.*
Adaptation methods for a new Navier-Stokes algorithm*
AIAA J. 27, 37*
1989. `
..62.0,51.0,55.0: upwash between two radial wall jets*
GILBERT, B.*
Turbulence measurements in a radial upwash*
AIAA J. 27, 44*
1989. `
..24.1,21.2,53.0: Reynolds stress measurements and misc. theory*
MASUDA, W.; ANDOH, S.*
Effects of curvature on the initial mixing region of a two-dimensional jet*
AIAA J. 27, 52*
1989. `
..53.0,54.0: stress-transport model reproduces stabilization better than k, eps.*
HOGG, S.; LESCHZINER, M.A.*
Computation of highly swirling confined flow with a Reynolds stress turbulence model*
AIAA J. 27, 57*
1989. `
..24.2,53.0: inner-layer instability on concave walls*
FLORYAN, J.M.*
Gortler instability of wall jets (TN)*
AIAA J. 27, 112*
1989. `
..31.2: assumes sound mode uncorrelated with other modes*
LOGAN, P.*
Improved method of analyzing hot-wire measurements in supersonic turbulence (TN)*
AIAA J. 27, 115*
1989. `
..54.0: unburst case, strong vortices*
CUTLER, A.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Vortex/boundary-layer interactions*
AIAA 89-0083*
1989. `
..31.1:review*
HANDFORD, P.M.; BRADSHAW, P.*
The pulsed-wire anemometer*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 125*
1989. `
..29.6,18.2: reconstruction of 3D density field from several projections*
LIU, T.C.; MERZKIRCH, W.; OBERSTE-LEHN, K.*
Optical tomography applied to speckle photographic measurement of asymmetric flows with variable density*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 157*
1989. `
..01.1,05.0: just so*
MORRISON, J.F.; TSAI, H.M.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Conditional-sampling schemes for turbulent flow, based on the variable-interval time averaging (VITA) algorithm*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 173*
1989. `
..17.2: rotating-cylinder leading edge*
FREYMUTH, P.; JACKSON, S.; BANK, W.*
Toward dynamic separation with dynamic stall*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 187*
1989. `
..31.1: effective angle good, full calibration better*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; CHUA, L.P.*
Calibration of X-probes for turbulent flow measurements*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 201*
1989. `
..09.5,08.0: normal vel at wall equal and opposite to instantaneous value at y, plus = 10*
MOIN, P.; KIM, J.; CHOI, H.*
On the active control of wall-bounded turbulent flows*
AIAA-89-0960*
1989. `
..24.4,09.5,22.1: optimum frequency higher than T-S fixed-axis freq.*
MEIER, H.U.; ZHOU, M.D.*
Boundary layer transition controlled by flush mounted electro acoustic generators*
AIAA-89-1005*
1989. `
..59.0,17.1: Re of order 100 - spectacular plan views of smoke pics.*
DETEMPLE-LAAKE, E.; ECKELMANN, H.*
Phenomenology of Karman vortex streets in oscillatory flow*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 217*
1989. `
..31.1: based on Jorgensen - restricted cone*
LEKAKIS, I.C.; ADRIAN, R.J.; JONES, B.G.*
Measurement of velocity vectors with orthogonal and non-orthogonal triple-sensor probes*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 228*
1989. `
..02.2,29.6,12.2: including fractal dimension of interface about 2.36*
PRASAD, R.R.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Scalar interfaces in digital images of turbulent flows*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 259*
1989. `
..31.2: "Zero" overheat best for temp. meas.*
LIENHARD, V.J.H.; HELLAND, K.N.*
An experimental analysis of fluctuating temperature measurements using hot-wires at different overheats*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 265*
1989. `
..24.4,17.1: interface or slug*
MOSS, E.A.*
The identification of two distinct laminar to turbulent transition modes in pipe flows accelerated from rest*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 271*
1989. `
..29.1,17.1: hydraulic blacksmithery*
AHN, S.; CHOI, K.-Y.; SIMPSON, R.L.*
The design and development of a dynamic plunge-pitch-roll model mount*
AIAA-89-0048*
1989. `
..24.4,09.5: cancelling ribbon*
PUPATOR, P.T.; SARIC, W.S.*
Control of random disturbances in a boundary layer*
AIAA 89-1007 (2nd Shear Flow Control Conference, Tempe)*
1989. `
..25.5: artificial compressibility, with sub-iteration in pseudo-time - for tip vortex calcs? See also AIAA-88-2583*
ROGERS, S.E.; KWAK, D.; KIRIS, C.*
Numerical solution of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations for steady-state and time-dependent problems*
AIAA-89-0463*
1989. `
..25.10,25.5: finite volume system*
ROSENFELD, M.; KWAK, D.*
Numerical solution of unsteady incompressible viscous flows in generalized moving coordinate systems*
AIAA 89-0466*
1989. `
..09.2,14.0,11.6: k, eps. for gas, random walk for particles*
KING, E.W.*
The accurate simulation of diesel spray structures*
PhD thesis, Michigan Tech. Univ.*
1989. `
..50.0,51.0: wall jet touches surface - centre-line measurements only*
MacMULLIN, R.; ELROD, W.; RIVIR, R.*
Effects of free stream turbulence from a circular wall jet on a flat plate heat transfer and boundary layer flow*
ASME paper 88-IGT-183 (Amsterdam meeting) and J. Turbomach. 111, 1*
1989. `
..11.3,54.0: strong "tongue" in temperature contours*
LIGRANI, P.M.; ORTIZ, A.; JOSEPH, S.L.; EVANS, D.L.*
Effects of embedded vortices on film-cooled turbulent boundary layers*
J. Turbomach. 111, 71*
1989. `
..44.2,61.0: hot wire in rotating machine - including conditional/phase averages*
INOUYE, M.; KUROMARU, M.*
Structure of tip clearance flow in an isolated axial compressor rotor*
ASME J. Turbomachinery 111, 250*
1989. `
..24.1,54.0:artificial vortex decays as 1 / x^2, "natural" ones as 1 / x^1.5*
BELL, J.H.; MEHTA, R.D.*
Three-dimensional structure of plane mixing layers*
Stanford/Ames JIAA TR-90*
1989. `
..25.2,25.7: more general than TVD*
MERRIAM, M.L.*
An entropy-based approach to nonlinear stability*
Stanford Univ. Thermosci. Rept TF-40 and NASA TM 101086*
1989. `
..31.1,32.2: updates Wallace, Expts. Fluids 1986.*
FOSS, J.F.; WALLACE, J.M.*
The measurement of vorticity in transitional and fully developed turbulent flows*
Frontiers in Experimental Fluid Mechanics (M. Gad-el-Hak, ed.), Lect. Notes in Engineering series, Springer*
1989. `
..12.2,19.3,11.6: internal scalar interfaces - dim. 2.35 for high (? all) Sc.*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; PRASAD, R.R.; MENEVEAU, C.; RAMSHANKAR, R.*
The fractal geometry of interfaces and the multifractal distribution of dissipation in fully turbulent flows*
To appear in J. Pure & Appl. Geophys.*
1989. `
..24.1,18.2: blooming in He-air*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; RAGHU, S.; KYLE, D.*
Absolute instability in variable density round jets*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 309*
1989. `
..29.6,11.6: phosphorescence*
BATES, S.C.*
A displaced-line velocity diagnostic and its application in a visualization engine*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 335*
1989. `
..59.0,32.1,11.6: flow viz. plus LDV in water*
KOUTMOS, P.; MCGUIRK, J.J.*
Isothermal flow in a gas turbine combustor - a benchmark experimental study*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 344*
1989. `
..29.6: substitute for expensive million-frames/sec cameras*
PAPAMOSCHOU, D.*
A two-spark schlieren system for very-high velocity measurement*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 354*
1989. `
..54.0,29.6: chopped-off tip - Re up to 1 million in water*
KATZ, J.; GALDO, J.B.*
The effect of surface roughness on the rollup process of tip vortices on a rectangular hydrofoil*
To appear in J. Aircraft*
1989. `
..19.3: practical dimension of interfaces is about 7/3*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; RAMSHANKAR, R.; MENEVEAU, C.*
Mixing, entrainment and fractal dimensions of surfaces in turbulent flows*
Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. A421, 79*
1989. `
..09.2,11.6: k, eps. plus momentum exchange - see King thesis*
HUANG, P.G.; KING, E.W.*
Time accurate simulation of diesel spray structures*
Presented at Int. Conf. on Mechanics of Two-Phase Flows, Taiwan*
1989. `
..21.3: uses Kim, Moin, Moser duct - works better than experiments suggest*
PIOMELLI, U.; BALINT, J.-L.; WALLACE, J.M.*
On the validity of Taylor's hypothesis for wall-bounded flows*
Phys. Fluids A1, 609*
1989. `
..25.6: streamwise mom. and vorticity eqns*
BUELL, J.C.*
A hybrid numerical method for three-dimensional spatially-developing free-shear flows*
Submitted to J. Comp. Phys.*
1989. `
..24.4: effects larger than existing correlations suggest*
WALKER, G.J.; GOSTELOW, J.P.*
Effects of adverse pressure gradients on the nature and length of boundary layer transition*
To be presented at ASME Gas Turbine Conference, Toronto*
1989. `
..12.2: non-unique by itself but useful in combination*
CHHABRA, A.; JENSEN, R.V.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
On the extraction of underlying multiplicative processes from multifractals via the thermodynamic formalism*
To appear in Phys. Rev. A*
1989. `
..28.3: series of articles*
TAZELAAR, J.M.*
Introduction - Unix*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 5, p. 225*
1989. `
..28.3: smaller than living cells and faster than light*
CLARKSON, M. A.*
The quest for the molecular computer*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 5, p. 268*
1989. `
..24.2,53.0,44.2: SNECMA work for turbines - McDonald and Fish transition/turb. model*
GUYON, B.; ARTS, T.*
Boundary layer calculation including the prediction of transition and curvature effects*
ASME 89-GT-43*
1989. `
..62.0: 3D inviscid - significant changes within nozzle as found by Andreopoulos*
COELHO, S.L.V.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
The dynamics of the near field of strong jets in crossflows*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 95*
1989. `
..59.0,61.0: 80000 < Re < 200000 - spanwise cells*
HIGUCHI, H.; KIM, H.J.; FARELL, C.*
On flow separation and reattachment around a circular cylinder at critical Reynolds numbers*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 149*
1989. `
..29.6: relevant to surface oil flow - explains streamwise streaks*
LUDWIEG, H.; HORNUNG, H.*
The instability of a liquid film on a wall exposed to an air flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 217*
1989. `
..54.0: decrease in cross-sectional area causes propagating wave - also helical instability if axial vel. large*
LUNDGREN, T.S.; ASHURST, W.T.*
Area-varying waves on curved vortex tubes with application to vortex breakdown*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 183*
1989. `
..11.6, 21.0: axial forcing - even the highly-3D flow is periodic*
STRAWA, A.W.; CANTWELL, B.J.*
Investigation of an excited jet diffusion flame at elevated pressure*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 309*
1989. `
..54.0: spanwise - calcs.*
CHUANG, F.-S.; CONLISK, A.T.*
The effect of interaction on the boundary layer induced by a convected rectilinear vortex*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 337*
1989. `
..59.0,58.0: downstream of fence*
CUTLER, A.D.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
The relaxation of a turbulent boundary layer in an adverse pressure gradient*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 367*
1989. `
..25.6,02.1: Lumley decomposition, dominant eddy contributing 76 percent of TKE*
MOIN, P.; MOSER, R.D.*
Characteristic-eddy decomposition of turbulence in a channel*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 471*
1989. `
..43.1,25.6: detailed discussions of eddy structure and thermals - LES with the second-order transport equations for SGS model. See 563*
SCHMIDT, H.; SCHUMANN, U.*
Coherent structure of the convective boundary layer derived from large-eddy simulations*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 511*
1989. `
..43.1,25.6: direct - suggests counter-gradient heat flux occurs if Ri and Pr are large and turbulence almost 2D*
GERZ, T.; SCHUMANN, U.; ELGOBASHI, S.E.*
Direct numerical simulation of stratified homogeneous turbulent shear flows*
J. Fluid Mech. 200, 563*
1989. `
..42.3,59.0: entrainment produces reattachment as for jet - see Miller and Comings 1960*
AGARWAL, R.; JALURIA, Y.*
Deflection of a two-dimensional natural convection wake due to the presence of a vertical surface of close proximity*
J. Fluid Mech. 201, 35*
1989. `
..24.1: almost 2-D - compare Gaster's parabolic wave fronts in BL*
BALSA, T.F.*
Three-dimensional wave packets and instability waves in free shear layers and their receptivity*
J. Fluid Mech. 201, 77*
1989. `
..45.0,54.0: calcs of free-surface elevation but also a near-rigid wall case*
TELSTE, J.G.*
Potential flow about two counter-rotating vortices approaching a free surface*
J. Fluid Mech. 201, 259*
1989. `
..12.2,19.1: RDT calcs for small-scale motion (!) and order of magnitude discussion of return to isotropy*
KIDA, S.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
Interaction between different scales of turbulence over short times*
J. Fluid Mech. 201, 411*
1989. `
..12.2,19.3:excellent review of chaos, Poincare sections and all - plus low-Re spectral theory*
DEISSLER, R.G.*
On the nature of Navier-Stokes turbulence*
NASA TM 101983 and PhD Thesis, Case W.R. Univ.*
1989. `
..14.0,13.0: low-Re k, eps. - k too high, shear stress too low, after shock, due to inaccurate normal stress production?*
DIMITRIADIS, K.P.; LESCHZINER, M.A.*
Computation of shock/turbulent-boundary-layer interaction with cell-vertex method and two-equation turbulence model*
Presented at Royal Aero. Soc. Conference on Prediction and Exploitation of Separated Flow*
1989. `
..44.2,11.3: flow viz., heat-transfer maps and effectiveness*
TAKEISHI, K.; MATSUURA, M.; AOKI, S.; SATO, T.*
An experimental study of heat transfer and film cooling on low aspect ratio turbine nozzles*
ASME 89-GT-187*
1989. `
..11.6,24.7,25.3: vortex-dynamics calcs - useful review*
LAVERDANT, A.M.; CANDEL, S.M.*
Computation of diffusion and premixed flames rolled up in vortex structures*
AIAA J. Prop. Power 5, 134*
1989. `
..13.0,14.0,11.6: ASM reasonable - improved TEACH numerics*
RHODE, D.L.; STOWERS, S.T.*
Combustor air flow prediction capability comparing several turbulence models*
AIAA J. Prop. Power 5, 242*
1989. `
..25.5,44.2,25.10: thin-layer NS - moving patched grids. See p. 312*
RAI, M.M.*
Three-dimensional Navier-Stokes simulations of turbine rotor-stator interaction. Part I - Methodology*
AIAA J. Prop. Power 5, 307*
1989. `
..25.10,44.2: nice grid. gen. - but Baldwin-Lomax*
NAKAHASHI, K.; NOZAKI, O.; KIKUCHI, K.; TAMURA, A.*
Navier-Stokes computations of two- and three-dimensional cascade flowfields*
AIAA J. Prop. Power 5, 320*
1989. `
..25.10: mapping general contour to a rectangle - developer's toolbox*
IVES, D.C.; ZACHARIAS, R.M.*
Conformal mapping and orthogonal grid generation*
J. Prop. Power 5, 327*
1989. `
..60.0,11.3: thin-film gauge - big fluctuations near shock, or throughout separated region*
HAYASHI, M.; ASO, S.; TAN, A.*
Fluctuation of heat transfer in shock wave/turbulent boundary-layer interaction*
AIAA J. 27, 399*
1989. `
..24.4,29.6: interferometer for density fluctuation*
AZZAZY, M.; MODARRESS, D.; HALL, R.M.*
Optical boundary-layer transition detection in a transonic wind tunnel*
AIAA J. 27, 405*
1989. `
..21.2,46.0: instability analysis*
KOSHIGOE, S.; GUTMARK, E.; SCHADOW, K.C.; TUBIS, A.*
Initial development of noncircular jets leading to axis switching*
AIAA J. 27, 411*
1989. `
..62.0: end-wall oil-flow viz., pressure and some turbulence*
ELBANNA, H.; SABBAGH, J.A.*
Flow visualization and measurements in a two-dimensional two-impinging-jet flow*
AIAA J. 27, 420*
1989. `
..29.6,32.2: tunable dye laser - rho, T and U*
FLETCHER, D.G.; McDANIEL, J.C.*
Laser-induced iodine fluorescence technique for quantitative measurement in a nonreacting supersonic combustor*
AIAA J. 27, 575*
1989. `
..44.2,24.4: large effect of pressure gradient*
WALKER, G.J.*
Transitional flow on axial turbomachine blading*
AIAA J. 27, 595*
1989. `
..24.4,18.2: exp (10) - compares well with Langley quiet tunnel data*
CHEN, F.-J.; MALIK, M.R.; BECKWITH, I.E.*
Boundary-layer transition on a cone and flat plate at Mach 3 . 5*
AIAA J. 27, 687*
1989. `
..59.4,54.0,24.7,25.3: conformal transformation and discrete vortex dynamics - Boeing helicopters*
POLING, D.R.; DADONE, L.; TELIONIS, D.P.*
Blade-vortex interaction*
AIAA J. 27, 694*
1989. `
..59.4,54.0: mean flow meas. at 1 . 5 to 7 . 5 chords downstream of T.E.*
CARLIN, G.; DADONE, L.; SPENCER, R.*
Results of an experimental investigation of blade tip vortex modification devices*
NASA CR 181853*
1989. `
..21.2,54.0: solid-body rotation well behaved, free vortex on verge of breakdown at swirl no. of 0 . 48 (classical value 0 . 6)*
FAROKHI, S.; TAGHAVI, R.; RICE, E.J.*
Effect of initial swirl distribution on the evolution of a turbulent jet*
AIAA J. 27, 700*
1989. `
..59.0,61.0: Handford's other half - hot wire results may be dubious*
ATLI, V.*
Wakes of four complex bodies of revolution at zero angle of attack*
AIAA J. 27, 707*
1989. `
..59.0,31.1: porous cylinder over plate - PWA measurements. Free shear layer quite different from classical mixing layer*
DIANAT, M.; CASTRO, I.P.*
Measurements in separating boundary layers*
AIAA J. 27, 719*
1989. `
..60.0: data survey - separation shock freq. much lower than eddy frequencies*
DOLLING, D.S.; BRUSNIAK, L.*
Separation shock motion in fin, cylinder, and compression ramp-induced turbulent interactions*
AIAA J. 27, 734*
1989. `
..13.0,54.0: Mellor family of models - smaller "rapid" part of P-S, see Adv. Geophys. 28B, 345 (1985)*
GALPERIN, B.; KANTHA, L.H.*
Turbulence model for rotating flows*
AIAA J. 27, 750*
1989. `
..59.0,14.0,18.1: 2D unsteady NS with k, eps.*
CASSADY, P.E.; BIRCH, S.F.; TERRY, P.J.*
Aero-optical analysis of compressible flow over an open cavity*
AIAA J. 27, 758*
1989. `
..61.0,50.0: sphere Reynolds numbers again*
WIEDEMANN, J.; EWALD, B.*
Turbulence manipulation to increase effective Reynolds numbers in vehicle aerodynamics*
AIAA J. 27, 763*
1989. `
..30.2,42.3: stir the room*
CIMBALA, J.M.; PARK, W.J.*
Elimination of temperature stratification in a low-speed open-return wind tunnel*
AIAA J. 27, 823*
1989. `
..42.3,24.1: diffusion proportional to 1/3 power of t, not 1/2 power, at small times*
YOUNG, W.; PUMIR, A.; POMEAU, Y.*
Anomalous diffusion of tracer in convection rolls*
Phys. Fluids A1, 462*
1989. `
..11.1: Taylor/Heller - link with Dibble's results*
AREF, H.; JONES, S.W.*
Enhanced separation of diffusing particles by chaotic advection*
Phys. Fluids A1, 470*
1989. `
..24.2: for crossflow modes, T-S etc. - non-parallel analysis*
EL-HADY, N.M.*
Evolution of resonant wave triads in three-dimensional boundary layers*
Phys. Fluids A1, 549*
1989. `
..49.0: data include TKE balance*
AZAD, R.S.; KASSAB, S.Z.*
Turbulent flow in a conical diffuser - overview and implications*
Phys. Fluids A1, 564*
1989. `
..24.4: flexible membrane delays breakdown to spot*
BREUER, K.S.; HARITONIDIS, J.H.; LANDAHL, M.T.*
The control of transient disturbances in a flat plate boundary layer through active wall motion*
Phys. Fluids A1, 574*
1989. `
..24.7,54.0: pinch-off followed by creation of new ring at head.*
KIDA, S.; TAKAOKA, M.; HUSSAIN, F.*
Reconnection of two vortex rings*
Phys. Fluids A1, 630*
1989. `
..24.7,54.0: Crow not referenced*
MELANDER, M.V.; HUSSAIN, F.*
Cross-linking of two antiparallel vortex tubes*
Phys. Fluids A1, 633*
1989. `
..11.1,19.2: 1/k temperature spectrum*
LESIEUR, M.; ROGALLO, R.*
Large-eddy simulation of passive scalar diffusion in isotropic turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 718*
1989. `
..11.1,19.2: return to isotropy - decay larger than in iso. turb. (Warhaft 1980)*
NAKAUCHI, N.; OSHIMA, H.; SAITO, Y.*
A passive scalar convected by homogeneous axisymmetric turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 723*
1989. `
..62.0: vortex tubes (rings) distort.*
RIZK, M.H.; MENON, S.*
Large-eddy simulations of excitation effects on a VTOL upwash fountain*
Phys. Fluids A1, 732*
1989. `
..11.1,19.2: depends on ratio of integral length scales for velocity and scalar*
KOSALY, G.*
Scalar mixing in isotropic turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 758*
1989. `
..02.1,02.2: define as ratio of time-average conc. to initial conc. - seems to neglect mixing*
CHATWIN, P.C.; SULLIVAN, P.J.*
The intermittency factor of scalars in turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 761*
1989. `
..05.0: asymmetrical vortex pairs - see CTR-S87*
GUEZENNEC, Y.G.; PIOMELLI, U.; KIM, J.*
On the shape and dynamics of wall structures in turbulent channel flow*
Phys. Fluids A1, 764*
1989. `
..24.2: Herbert H-type subharmonics unlikely, but spanwise variations of u can grow*
KIM, J.; MOSER, R.D.*
On the secondary instability in plane Poiseuille flow*
Phys. Fluids A1, 775*
1989. `
..42.3: sheet-like thermals*
ASAEDA, T.; WATANABE, K.*
The mechanism of heat transport in thermal convection at high Rayleigh numbers*
Phys. Fluids A1, 861*
1989. `
..24.7,25.3,54.0: 48 pages - very thorough review*
SARPKAYA, T.*
Computational methods with vortices - the 1988 Freeman Scholar lecture*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 5*
1989. `
..45.0,13.0: ASM calcs. generally satisfactory - see Chang, Physico-Chem. Hydr. 4, 243, 1983 for expts.*
CHOI, Y.D.; IACOVIDES, H.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
Numerical computation of turbulent flow in a square-sectioned 180 deg bend*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 59*
1989. `
..10.0,42.3: LDA results in water, including TKE balance*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; CHANDRASEKHARA, M.S.*
Measurements in vertical plane turbulent plumes*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 69*
1989. `
..21.2,53.0,62.0: bent-over jet in small crossflow - substantial net increase in entrainment etc.*
HANIU, H.; RAMAPRIAN, B.R.*
Studies on two-dimensional curved nonbuoyant jets in cross flow*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 78*
1989. `
..59.0,50.0: reduces reattachment distance*
ISOMOTO, K.; HONAMI, S.*
The effect of inlet turbulence intensity on the reattachment process over a backward-facing step*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 87*
1989. `
..07.0: recovers log law rather than mixing length result see Scheurer and Rodi*
GRANVILLE, P.S.*
A modified Van Driest formula for the mixing length of turbulent boundary layers in pressure gradients*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 94*
1989. `
..25.6: supports and improves Deardorff hypothesis that Smago. scale is cube root of mesh size product*
LILLY, D.K.*
The length scale for sub-grid-scale parameterization with anisotropic resolution*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 3*
1989. `
..13.0: including 2-D, 2-C RDT pressure-strain model.*
SHIH, T.-H.*
Turbulence modeling*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 11*
1989. `
..19.3: rigorous estimates of increase*
ETEMADI, N.*
On curve and surface stretching in turbulent flow*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 19*
1989. `
..12.2: useful review - based on eddy vis. for large separation in scales*
SMITH, L.M.*
Renormalization group analysis of turbulence*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 29*
1989. `
..54.0,19.3: reconnection*
MELANDER, M.V.*
Close interactions of 3d-vortex tubes*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 39*
1989. `
..09.2: DNS with Stokes particles*
SQUIRES, K.D.; EATON, J.K.*
The effects of particle loading on turbulence structure and modelling*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 55*
1989. `
..05.0: streaks due to shear - solid surface inhibits them. Also discussions of axi. strain and dilatation*
LEE, M.J.*
Analyses of turbulence structures in shear flows*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 63*
1989. `
..18.1,24.1,25.6: time-growing and space-growing - see also AIAA-89-0374*
LELE, S.K.*
Direct numerical simulation of compressible free shear flows*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 79*
1989. `
..18.1,11.6: emphasizes role of acoustic field, especially in phase-locking*
POINSOT, T.J.*
Direct simulation of compressible reacting flows*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 99*
1989. `
..12.1,54.0,18.1: just so*
THOMPSON, K.W.*
Turbulent transport in the solar nebula*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 107*
1989. `
..12.1,54.0,18.1: solar nebula - see p. 107*
CABOT, W.*
Direct numerical simulations of turbulent convection with a variable gravity and Keplerian rotation*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 121*
1989. `
..31.1,31.2: Newcastle/Antonia HWA and CCA*
BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Experimental investigation of flow over a backward facing step - progress report*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 127*
1989. `
..04.0: progress report*
WATMUFF, J.H.*
An experimental investigation of a low Reynolds number turbulent boundary layer subject to an adverse pressure gradient*
Ames/Stanford CTR Annual Research Briefs, 1988, p. 153*
1989. `
..19.1: linear extrapolation to zero wire length - essentially unjustifiable*
AZAD, R.S.; KASSAB, S.Z.*
New method of obtaining dissipation*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 81*
1989. `
..44.1,59.0: intermittent reversal - mean flow and longitudinal intensity*
KUZAN, J.D.; HANRATTY, T.J.; ADRIAN, R.J.*
Turbulent flows with incipient separation over solid waves*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 88*
1989. `
..42.3: a.c. ohmic heating in 0 . 005 conc HCl*
BHAT, G.S.; NARASIMHA, R.; ARAKERI, V.H.*
A new method of producing local enhancement of buoyancy in liquid flows*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 99*
1989. `
..62.0: growth rate twice the free-jet value - 2D still not pub. - refers to Rajaratnam 1976*
GILBERT, B.*
Turbulence measurements in a flow generated by the collision of radially flowing wall jets*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 103*
1989. `
..29.5,23.0: pressure and shear stress can be separated fairly well*
NITSCHE, W.; MIROW, P.; SZODRUCH, J.*
Piezo-electric foils as a means of sensing unsteady surface forces*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 111*
1989. `
..31.1: two channels synchronized by micro. - u-component easiest*
NASSER, S.H.; CASTRO, I.P.*
Spatial correlation measurement in turbulent flows using pulsed wire anemometry*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 119*
1989. `
..29.6: moving mirror to sweep a sheet - delta vortices as example*
PRENEL, J.P.; PROCAR, R.; EL RHASSOULI, A.*
Three-dimensional flow analysis by means of sequential and volumic laser sheet illumination*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 133*
1989. `
..20.0,02.1: v-spectrum peak strong enough to synch. on, but unrelated to Karman vortex street*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BRITZ, D.*
Phase-averaging in the turbulent far-wake*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 138*
1989. `
..29.6: multiple flash (short-short-long-short) to show speed and direction of particles*
KHALIGHI, B.*
Quantitative fluid velocity measurements by automatic analysis of flow visualization images*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 142*
1989. `
..49.0: single plow v.g. - low Re tests*
GOENKA, L.N.; PANTON, R.L.; BOGARD, D.G.*
Studies of flow patterns in a diffuser designed to generate longitudinal vortices (89-FE-5)*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 111*
1989. `
..59.0,24.1: large mean lift - relevant to small buildings in lee of large ones*
KIYA, M.; TAMURA, H.*
Flow about a circular cylinder in and near a turbulent plane mixing layer*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 124*
1989. `
..43.2,62.0,10.0: buoyant - straight inclined trajectory after bend-over*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; HANIU, H.*
Measurements in two-dimensional plumes in crossflow*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 130*%
1989. `
..06.0: rectangular-section rings in pipe flow, 0 . 1 - 0 . 3 of radius*
LOGAN, E.; PHATARAPHRUK, P.*
Mean flow downstream of two-dimensional roughness elements*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 149*
1989. `
..54.0,05.0,16.1: including curvature corrections, but mainly retains log law even with shear-stress gradient*
KIND, R.J.; YOWAKIM, F.M.; SJOLANDER, S.A.*
The law of the wall for swirling flow in annular ducts (89-FE-7)*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 160*
1989. `
..62.0: useful data for an oft-studied flow*
SHERIF, S.A.; PLETCHER, R.H.*
Measurements of the flow and turbulence characteristics of round jets in crossflow*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 165*
1989. `
..45.0,54.0: banked turns - calculations only*
DUH, T.-Y.; SHIH, Y.-D.*
Fully developed flow in curved channels of square cross sections inclined*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 172*
1989. `
..31.1: three times three*
VUKOSLAVCEVIC, P.; BALINT, J.-L.; WALLACE, J.M.*
A multi-sensor hot-wire probe to measure vorticity and velocity in turbulent flows*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 220*
1989. `
..25.1: displaced Gaussian*
GREENE, P.R.*
A useful approximation to the error function - applications to mass, momentum, and energy transport in shear layers*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 224*
1989. `
..31.1: V and W much less affected than U*
CLAUSEN, P.D.; WOOD, D.H.*
The corrections of X-probe results for transverse contamination*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 226*
1989. `
..28.3: Graphical User Interfaces (X-Windows, etc) - for DOS, Unix, OS-2. Watch for Unix Motif from OSF*
HAYES, F.; BARON, N.*
A guide to GUIs*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 7, p. 250*
1989. `
..25.5: vector potential / vorticity formulation - not as neat as Koh's*
GATSKI, T.B.; GROSCH, C.E.; ROSE, M.E.*
The numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations for 3-dimensional, unsteady, incompressible flows by compact schemes*
J. Comp. Phys. 82, 298*
1989. `
..25.5,11.6: Yee TVD in MacCormack*
WANG, Q.*
The application of a numerical TVD scheme for simulation of the engine duct flow*
PhD Thesis, Michigan Tech. Univ.*
1989. `
..04.0,59.2:just so - sequel to 86 conference*
MUELLER, T.J.*
Preliminary Proceedings of Conference on Low Reynolds Number Aerodynamics*
Univ. Notre Dame rept.*
1989. `
..13.0,54.0,14.0: reproduces strong stabilization, which k, eps. does not*
JONES, W.P.; PASCAU, A.*
Calculation of confined swirling flows with a second moment closure*
J. Fluids Engg 111, 248*
1989. `
..22.2: N-rays and other self-delusions - transcript of 1953 lecture*
LANGMUIR, I.*
Pathological science*
Physics Today vol. 42, no. 10 , p. 36, October*
1989. `
..43.2,44.2: turbulence collapse for homo. turb. at times greater than Brunt-Vaisala time scale*
HERRING, J.R.; METAIS, O.*
Numerical simulations of freely evolving turbulence in stably stratified fluids*
J. Fluid Mech. 202, 117*
1989. `
..43.2,24.1: baroclinic*
SAKAI, S.*
Rossby-Kelvin instability - a new type of ageostrophic instability caused by a resonance between Rossby waves and gravity waves*
J. Fluid Mech. 202, 149*
1989. `
..11.3: temperature fluctuation profiles may have double peaks, depending on ratio of wake width to length scale - turbulent diffusivity works*
KARNIK, U.; TAVOULARIS, S.*
Measurements of heat diffusion from a continuous line source in a uniformly sheared turbulent flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 202, 233*
1989. `
..16.2,61.0: published version*
ANDERSON, S.D.; EATON, J.*
Reynolds stress development in pressure-driven three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 202, 263*
1989. `
..19.1,54.0: EDQNM - refers to experiment at ONERA*
CAMBON, C.; JACQUIN, L.*
Spectral approach to non-isotropic turbulence subjected to rotation*
J. Fluid Mech. 202, 295*
1989. `
..13.0: two-point cumulant discard - relates dissipation of second and third movements*
WEINSTOCK, J.*
A theory of turbulent transport*
J. Fluid Mech. 202, 319*
1989. `
..24.1: 2D linear analysis*
KLAASSEN, G.; PELTIER, W.*
The role of transverse secondary instabilities in the evolution of free shear layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 202, 367*
1989. `
..17.2,59.2: Strouhal number 0 . 02 - connected with L.E. stall*
ZAMAN, K.; McKINZIE, D.; RUMSEY, C.*
A natural low-frequency oscillation of the flow over an airfoil near stalling conditions*
J. Fluid Mech. 202, 403*
1989. `
..24.4,54.0: streamwise roll cells at Re=100*
ALFREDSSON, P.; PERSSON, H.*
Instabilities in channel flow with system rotation*
J. Fluid Mech. 202, 543*
1989. `
..24.1,18.1,22.1: due to Mach wave reflexions, etc*
TAM, C.; FANG, Q.*
The instability and acoustic wave modes of supersonic mixing layers inside a rectangular channel*
J. Fluid Mech. 203, 51*
1989. `
..11.3: diffusivity is a second rank tensor but has only one empirical coefficient*
ROGERS, M.; MANSOUR, N.; REYNOLDS, W.*
An algebraic model for the turbulent flux of a passive scalar*
J. Fluid Mech. 203, 77*
1989. `
..48.0: depth only 350 wall units - boils at surface may be caused by bursts in buffer layer*
KOMORI, S.; MURAKAMI, Y.; UEDA, H.*
The relationship between surface-renewal and bursting motions in an open-channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 203, 103*
1989. `
..11.3,19.3: cross-correlation coefficient can take either sign*
KAPLAN, H.; DINAR, N.*
The interference of two passive scalars in a homogeneous isotropic turbulent field*
J. Fluid Mech. 203, 273*
1989. `
..59.0,22.1: blunt - possible lock-in with Karman street*
STAUBLI, T.; ROCKWELL, D.*
Pressure fluctuations on an oscillating trailing edge*
J. Fluid Mech. 203, 307*
1989. `
..09.2,11.6: volcano behaves like fluidized bed*
JAUPART, C.; VERGNIOLLOE, S.*
The generation and collapse of a foam layer at the roof of a basaltic magma chamber*
J. Fluid Mech. 203, 347*
1989. `
..24.1: most popular are helices with streamwise axes - data for x/d=50 and 100*
TSO, J.; HUSSAIN, F.*
Organized motions in a fully developed turbulent axisymmetric jet*
J. Fluid Mech. 203, 425*
1989. `
..59.0,61.0; asymmetric for L/D less than 3*
ZDRAVKOVICH, M.; BRAND, V.; MATHEW, G.; WESTON, A.*
Flow past short circular cylinders with two free ends*
J. Fluid Mech. 203, 557*
1989. `
..18.2,11.6: reviews of 24 papers*
FULACHIER, L.; BORGHI, R.; ANSELMET, F.; PARANTHOEN, P.*
Influence of density variations on the structure of low-speed turbulent flows - a report on Euromech 237*
J. Fluid Mech. 203, 577*
1989. `
..31.1,21.3: u-wire rotating in y-z plane - Taylor's hypothesis works*
SIRIVAT, A.*
Measurement and interpretation of space-time correlation functions and derivative statistics from a rotating hot wire in a grid turbulence*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 361*
1989. `
..32.2,44.2: Young's fringe processing*
PAONE, N.; RIETHMULLER, M.; VAN DEN BRAEMBUSSCHE, R.*
Experimental investigation of the flow in the vaneless diffuser of a centrifugal pump by particle image displacement velocimetry*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 371*
1989. `
..09.1: elastic sublayer between viscous sublayers and pure-fluid log law - see also p. 383*
LODESOVA, D.; LODES, A.*
Thickness of the elastic sublayer in the velocity field of diluted polymeric solutions*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 379*
1989. `
..53.0,20.0: radius of curvature about 150 times rectangle height so vortex-shedding effects small? Small advance on Savill 1983*
RAMJEE, V.; NEELAKANDAN, D.*
Development of wake of a rectangular cylinder in a curved stream*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 395*
1989. `
..31.1: pot-readout*
BRUUN, H.H.; FARRAR, B.; WATSON, I.*
A swinging arm calibration method for low velocity hot-wire calibration*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 400*
1989. `
..54.0,45.0: laterally-translating VG simulating meandering*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; MEHTA, R.D.*
Interaction of an oscillating vortex with a turbulent boundary layer*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 405*
1989. `
..11.6,24.1: tendency to six-pointed star*
EICKOFF, H.; WINANDY, A.; NATARAJAN, R.*
Azimuthal instability in jet diffusion flames*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 420*
1989. `
..07.0: not reliable*
BRERETON, G.*
Deduction of skin friction by Clauser technique in unsteady turbulent boundary layers*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 422*
1989. `
..29.2: in effect, move each hole to reference positions of axial hole*
LIGRANI, P.; SINGER, B.; BAUN, L.*
Spatial resolution and downwash velocity corrections for multiple-hole pressure probes in complex flows*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 424*
1989. `
..13.0,11.1: second-order in Reynolds-stress anistropy, consistent with pressure-strain*
CRAFT, T.; LAUNDER, B.*
A new model for the pressure/scalar-gradient correlation and its application to homogeneous and inhomogeneous free shear flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flow, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..02.2,29.6,28.1: image processing of old Head & Bandyo photos*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.*
The structure of relaminarizing and separating turbulent boundary layers*
NASA Langley paper, part in FED 217, 75 (1995)*
1989. `
..13.0,14.0: results for rapid P-S model, and near-wall k, eps.*
MANSOUR, N.; SHIH, T.*
Advancements in turbulence modeling*
Presented at 3rd Joint ASCE/ASME Mechanics Conference*
1989. `
..05.0,01.1: distinguishes vortices and vorticity lines and points out that horseshoe vorticity lines surround any ejection*
ROBINSON, S.*
A review of vortex structures and associated coherent motions in turbulent boundary layers*
Second IUTAM Symposium on Structure of Turbulence and Drag Reduction, Zurich*
1989. `
..25.5,25.10: 52-page review, including unsteady grids*
VINOKUR, M.*
An analysis of finite-difference and finite-volume formulations of conservation laws*
J. Comp. Physics 81, 1*
1989. `
..25.5,54.0,59.2: up to tertiary vortices, they say - better than Euler*
RIZZI, A.; MULLER, B.*
Large-scale viscous simulation of laminar vortex flow over a delta wing*
AIAA J. 27, 833*
1989. `
..14.0,62.0: k, eps. - nozzle in upper plate, and b.c.s. look dodgy*
HWANG, C.; LIU, J.*
Numerical study of two-dimensional impinging jet flow fields*
AIAA J. 27, 841*
1989. `
..60.0: rms u-component increased by factor 5 - apparently not just shock unsteadiness*
SELIG, M.; ANDREOPOULOS, J.; MUCK, K.; DUSSAUGE, J.; SMITS, A.*
Turbulence structure in a shock wave/turbulent boundary-layer interaction*
AIAA J. 27, 862*
1989. `
..24.2: n = 8 . 4*
CEBECI, T.; EGAN, D.*
Prediction of transition due to isolated roughness*
AIAA J. 27, 870*
1989. `
..30.2: screens modeled as actuator disks, including refraction*
RAO, K.; STEGER, J.; PLETCHER, R.*
Three-dimensional dual-potential procedure for inlets and indraft wind tunnels*
AIAA J. 27, 876*
1989. `
..25.5,27.1: normal-component vorticity equation dropped from the overdetermined set. Apparently shunts zeros in irrotational flow*
DAVIS, R.; CARTER, J.; HAFEZ, M.*
Three-dimensional viscous flow solutions with a vorticity-stream function formulation*
AIAA J. 27, 892*
1989. `
..25.5,54.0: analysis of numerical error*
MURMAN, E.; POWELL, K.*
Trajectory integration in vortical flows*
AIAA J. 27, 982*
1989. `
..29.5: simpler receiving optics than Monson*
MULLER, U.R.; FEYZI, F.*
Skin-friction measurements by laser-beam interferometry*
AIAA J. 27, 984*
1989. `
..44.1,06.0,14.0: several Hanratty cases*
CHON, J.; PATEL, V.C.*
A numerical study of turbulent flow in a channel with a wavy wall*
10th Aust. Fluid Mech. Conf., Melbourne*
1989. `
..24.2,16.1,25.6: Hiemenz flow on infinite swept wing*
SPALART, P.R.*
Direct numerical study of cross-flow instability*
Third IUTAM Symp. on Laminar-Turb. Transition, Toulouse*
1989. `
..02.2,10.0: max. intermittency 0 . 7*
NAKAMURA, I; SAKAI, Y.; TSUNODA, H.*
On conditional statistics of the diffusion field of matter by a point source plume in uniform mean shear flow*
JSME Int. J. 2, 32*
1989. `
..44.3: sparse details of effect on mixing layer*
BERBEE, J.G.; ELLZEY, J.L.*
The effect of aspect ratio on the flow over a rearward-facing step*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 447*
1989. `
..54.0,05.0: Melbourne - nozzle Re about 2000*
LIM, T.T.*
An experimental study of a vortex ring interacting with an inclined wall*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 453*
1989. `
..30.2: sled in "counterflow corridor" of shock tube*
HOTTNER, T.*
Experimental investigation of a hybrid wind tunnel model*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 464*
1989. `
..20.0: probably the cylinder itself - a "secondary vortex street"*
BROWNE, L.; ANTONIA, R.A.; SHAH, D.A.*
On the origin of the organised motion in the turbulent far-wake of a cylinder*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 475*
1989. `
..62.0: two colliding jets, not a solid surface - vortices irregular*
MIAU, J.J.; SUN, D.J.; YAO, L.S.*
Streamwise vortices generated by impinging flows in a confined duct*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 497*
1989. `
..43.1,54.0,13.0: second-moment model*
GALPERIN, B.; ROSATI, A.; KANTHA, L.H.; MELLOR, G.L.*
Modeling rotating stratified turbulent flows with application to oceanic mixed layers*
J. Phys. Oceanography 19, 901*
1989. `
..25.5,59.2: review - 80 references*
JAMESON, A.*
Computational aerodynamics for aircraft design*
Science 245, 361*
1989. `
..59.2,24.4: tests of Horton method, etc.*
SCHMIDT, G.S.; MUELLER, T.J.*
Analysis of low Reynolds number separation bubbles using semiempirical methods*
AIAA J. 27, 993*
1989. `
..59.2,54.0: rectangular wing*
LEE, C.S.; TAVELLA, D.; WOOD, N.J.; ROBERTS, L.*
Flow structure and scaling laws in lateral wing-tip blowing*
AIAA J. 27, 1002*
1989. `
..61.0,54.0: up to 45 dep.*
ZILLAC, G.G.*
Computational/experimental study of the flowfield on a body of revolution at incidence*
AIAA J. 27, 1008*
1989. `
..25.5: generalized unstaggered SIMPLE*
RHIE, C.M.*
Pressure-based Navier-Stokes solver using the multigrid method*
AIAA J. 27, 1017*
1989. `
..46.0,18.2: good test case at M = 3 . 9*
DAVIS, D.O.; GESSNER, F.B.*
Further experiments on supersonic turbulent flow development in a square duct*
AIAA J. 27, 1023*
1989. `
..21.2,53.0: results include intermittency and stress balance*
MASUDA, W.; ANDOH, S.*
Turbulence structure in an initial mixing region of a two-dimensional curved jet*
AIAA J. 27, 1038*
1989. `
..13.0,11.1: modelling 2-time pdf yields time scale or length scale*
KOLLMANN, W.; WU, A.*
Equation for the probability density function of velocity and scalar for turbulent shear flows*
AIAA J. 27, 1052*
1989. `
..52.0,47.0: boat-tail body*
RODMAN, L.C.; WOOD, N.J.; ROBERTS, L.*
Experimental investigation of straight and curved annular wall jets*
AIAA J. 27, 1059*
1989. `
..14.0: published version*
MANSOUR, N.N.; KIM, J.; MOIN, P.*
Near-wall k, eps. turbulence modeling*
AIAA J. 27, 1068*
1989. `
..31.3: two-wire technique unreliable (even) at close spacing*
WALKER, D.A.; NG, W.F.; WALKER, M.D.*
Experimental comparison of two hot-wire techniques in supersonic flow*
AIAA J. 27, 1074*
1989. `
..24.4: transition reversal on cold wall still a mystery - bluntness involved?*
STETSON, K.F.*
Unsteady transition location*
AIAA J. 27, 1135*
1989. `
..32.1: Vel. bias - need approximately equal sampling intervals*
GOULD, R.D.; STEVENSON, W.H.; THOMPSON, H.D.*
Parametric study of statistical bias in laser doppler velocimetry*
AIAA J. 27, 1140*
1989. `
..11.3,50.0: parallel-rod grid, with mean-square intensity raio about 5*
VEERAVALLI, S.; WARHAFT, Z.*
Thermal dispersion from a line source in the shearless turbulence mixing layer*
Cornell Univ. paper*
1989. `
..44.2: refers to UTRC database for 2-stage compressor - part I on page 457*
JOSLYN, H.D.; DRING, R.P.*
Multi-stage compressor airfoil aerodynamics, part II - airfoil boundary-layer analysis*
J. Prop. Power 5, 463*
1989. `
..50.0,48.0: decreased skin friction*
BASKARAN, V.; BRADSHAW, P.*
An experimental study of a wake-boundary layer interaction*
Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melbourne*
1989. `
..13.0,53.0: additive in the local eqm. approx.*
GALPERIN, B.; MELLOR, G.L.*
The effects of streamline curvature and spanwise rotation on turbulent boundary layers*
Princeton Univ. paper*
1989. `
..18.1: little about stress models*
MARVIN, J.G.; COAKLEY, T.J.*
Turbulence modeling for hypersonics flows*
Second joint Europe/US short course in hypersonics, USAF Academy, and NASA TM 101079*
1989. `
..24.1: contract final report - mainly splitter-plate heating*
GLEZER, A.; WYGNANSKI, I.J.; BALSA, T.F.*
Experimental investigation of a spanwise forced mixing layer*
AD-A204 557, AFOSR-TR-89-0129*
1989. `
..54.0: calcs. and LDV expts. on axi. bubble*
SUEMATSU, Y.; ITO, T.; KATO, K.*
Growing process and structure of axisymmetric vortex breakdown( expts. on the bubble growing process)*
JSME J. II 32, 63*
1989. `
..59.2: just so*
BASKARAN, V.*
Prediction of the trajectory of stores released from combat aircraft*
Australian Aeronautical Conference, Melbourne*
1989. `
..42.3,12.2: chaos is spatially coherent, hard turbulence is not*
CASTAING, B.; ET AL.*
Scaling of hard thermal turbulence in Rayleigh-Benard convection*
J. Fluid Mech. 204, 1*
1989. `
..05.0: even the v component does not scale on wall variables but max. Re only 40000 on half width*
WEI, T.; WILLMARTH, W.W.*
Reynolds-number effects on the structure of a turbulent channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 204, 57*
1989. `
..59.0: obstruction is normal plate - practical relevance not clear*
LAKSHMANA GOWDA, B.H.; TULAPURKARA, E.G.*
Reverse flow in a channel with an obstruction at the entry*
J. Fluid Mech. 204, 229*
1989. `
..44.2,22.1: by Helmholtz resonator dump chamber*
FFOWCS WILLIAMS, J.E.; HUANG, X.Y.*
Active stabilization of compressor surge*
J. Fluid Mech. 204, 245*
1989. `
..44.1,59.0: anerithmon gelasma - flow viz. and LDV*
NADAOKA, K.; HINO, M.; KOYANO, Y.*
Structure of the turbulent flow field under breaking waves in the surf zone*
J. Fluid Mech. 204, 359*
1989. `
..24.2,53.0: internal thin shear layers - see JFM 220, 661 for extension*
HALL, P.; SEDDOUGUI, S.*
On the onset of three-dimensionality and time-dependence in Gortler vortices*
J. Fluid Mech. 204, 405*
1989. `
..12.1,13.0: good review and discussion of pressure-strain models*
TAVOULARIS, S.; KARNIK, U.*
Further experiments on the evolution of turbulent stresses and scales in uniformly sheared turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 204, 457*
1989. `
..30.2,59.0: good review of screen non-uniformity and effect on circular cylinder stagnation*
BOTTCHER, J.; WEDEMEYER, E.*
The flow downstream of screens and its influence on the flow in the stagnation region of cylindrical bodies*
J. Fluid Mech. 204, 501*
1989. `
..59.0,61.0,50.0: velocity gradient on cylinder axis*
WOO, H.G.C.; CERMAK, J.E.; PETERKA, J.A.*
Secondary flows and vortex formation around a circular cylinder in constant-shear flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 204, 523*
1989. `
..28.3: one of a series in this issue, inc. optical disks*
CAULFIELD, H.J.*
Computing with light*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 10, p. 231*
1989. `
..28.3: possible further development into object-oriented programming*
GATES, W.*
The 25th birthday of Basic*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 10, p. 268*
1989. `
..13.0: correct in two-component limit - see also TSF7*
LAUNDER, B.E.; SHIMA, N.*
Second-moment closure for the near-wall sublayer - development and application*
AIAA J. 27, 1319*
1989. `
..18.2,15.0: McDonald-Camarata better than Baldwin-Lomax*
NG, W.F.; AJMANI, K.; TAYLOR, A.C.*
Turbulence modeling in a hypersonic inlet*
AIAA J. 27, 1354*
1989. `
..07.0,16.1: Coles law with extra terms for crossflow*
PFEIL, H.; AMBERG, T.*
Differing development of the velocity profiles of three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 27, 1456*
1989. `
..21.0,24.1: increased spreading rate for low freq. only - obviously passive*
BADRINARAYANAN, M.*
Excitation of plane jet by twin-vane oscillator*
AIAA 89-0663*
1989. `
..23.0,05.0,12.1: channel and homo. shear - Koh no go (shear layers)*
KIM, J.; LEE, M.J.*
The structure of pressure fluctuations in turbulent shear flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..11.6: stagnation point - same criterion from 3 transport models. Also opposed jet expt.*
BRAY, K.N.C.; CHAMPION, M.; KOSTIUK, L.W.; LIBBY, P.A.*
Extinction by stretch of turbulent premixed flames in counter-flowing streams*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..11.6: pdf model allowing for age-biased sampling*
CHEN, J.-Y.; KOLLMANN, W.*
Mixing models for turbulent flows with exothermic reactions*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..42.2,03.0,11.1: frozen scalar fluctuations*
GIBSON, C.H.*
Fossil two-dimensional turbulence in the ocean*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..56.0,31.1: three pressure gradients, differing by 4 percent max. - pwa meas. some*
DENGEL, P.; FERNHOLZ, H.H.*
A study of the sensitivity of an incompressible turbulent boundary layer on the verge of separation*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.2: just so*
MORKOVIN, M.V.; RESHOTKO, E.*
Dialogue on prgcress and issues in stability and transition research*
Presented at IUTAM Sympo. on Lam.-Turb. Transition, Toulouse*
1989. `
..09.4: 3M films - about six percent max. reduction*
LIU, K.N.; CHRISTODOULOU, C.; RICCIUS, O.; JOSEPH, D.D.*
Drag reduction in pipes lined with riblets*
Univ. of Minnesota paper*
1989. `
..27.3,54.0,59.2: 3d thin-layer NS, 850000 grid points, showing laminar vortex breakdown on Thompson's delta*
FUJII, K.; SCHIFF, L.B.*
Numerical simulation of vortical flows over a strake-delta wing*
AIAA J. 27, 1153*
1989. `
..59.2,15.0: PPNS with Baldwin - Lomax and prescribed transition*
CHOI, D.H.; KANG, D.J.*
Surface curvature effect on the calculation of separation bubble*
AIAA J. 27, 1288*
1989. `
..59.2,24.1: axial (spanwise) flow in vortices*
KOOCHESFAHANI, M.M.*
Vortical patterns in the wake of an oscillating airfoil*
AIAA J. 27, 1200*
1989. `
..61.0,14.0: GM work on Ahmed's car-like body - k, eps. and conjugate gradient method with 80000 points*
HAN, T.*
Computational analysis of three-dimensional turbulent flow around a bluff body in ground proximity*
AIAA J. 27, 1213*
1989. `
..25.6,15.0: uses Orszag direct simulation - gradient transport of momentum wrong by typically 30 percent, but not entirely fair*
BERNARD, P.S.; ASHMAWEY, M.F.; HANDLER, R.A.*
Evaluation of the gradient model of turbulent transport through direct Lagrangian simulation*
AIAA J. 27, 1290*
1989. `
..28.3: just so*
FIEDLER, D.*
The unix/bin - Unix on personal computers - why and how*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 9, p. 117*
1989. `
..28.3: series of articles*
TAZELAAR, J.M.*
Introduction - database trends*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 9, p. 244*
1989. `
..28.3: ISA (PCAT), EISA, MCA, NuBus*
WHITE, G.*
A bus tour*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 9, p. 296*
1989. `
..28.3: useful for building applications*
COMEAU, G.*
The Unix shell*
BYTE vol.14, no.9, p. 315*
1989. `
..48.0,27.4: swept "slat" and plate - two cases, one infinite swept, one fully 3D*
MOGHADAM, A.; SQUIRE, L.C.*
The mixing of three-dimensional turbulent wakes and boundary layers*
Aero. J. 93, 153*
1989. `
..12.1,31.1,30.2: on axial cylinder - surface pwa for skin friction measurement. Trouble with screens*
DENGEL, P.; FERNHOLZ, H.H.*
Generation of and measurements in a turbulent boundary layer with zero skin friction*
Advances in Turbulence 2, Springer-Verlag*
1989. `
..05.0,25.6: Re=2260 based on bulk vel and half height, 150 wall units - streaks, but little reference to previous work*
LYONS, S.L.; HANRATTY, T.J.; MCLAUGHLIN, J.B.*
Relation of turbulence production to eddy structure in wall turbulence*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..05.0,01.1: y^(1/4) scaling*
MORRISON, J.F.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Bursts and wall shear stress fluctuations in turbulent boundary layers*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.2,25.6: turbulent area and peripheral wave area - former strongly resembles turbulent channel flow. See also next paper*
HENNINGSON, D.S.; KIM, J.*
Turbulence characteristics inside a turbulent spot in plane Poiseuille flow*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.4,11.2,50.0: free stream turb. up to 6 percent. See also previous paper*
SOHN, K.H.; O'BRIEN, J.E.; RESHOTKO, E.*
Some characteristics of bypass transition in a heated boundary layer*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..05.0: hairpins come from downstream side of pocket - streaks do not form from streamwise vortices*
FALCO, R.E.; KLEWICKI, J.C.; PAN, Q.*
Production of turbulence in boundary layers*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1,24.7: periodic perturbations, circumferential and streamwise - vortex rings*
MEIBURG, E.; LASHERAS, J.C.; MARTIN, J.E.*
Experimental and numerical analysis of the three-dimensional evolution of an axisymmetric jet*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1,20.0: ratios 0 . 5 to 0 . 9 - splitter wake persists*
MEHTA, R.D.; WESTPHAL, R.V.*
Effect of velocity ratio on plane mixing layer development*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..13.0,21.1: transport equations for time scale from k, eps. and Monte Carlo solution of Langevin model implying Rotta-like return to isotropy*
ANAND, M.S.; POPE, S.B.; MONGIA, H.C.*
Calculations of axisymmetric turbulent jets by the pdf method*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..14.0: uses k, eps. with coefficients functions of velocity-defect ratio ( a bit crude but it works for plane and axi jets and wakes)*
TZUOO, K.L.; FERZIGER, J.H.; KLINE, S.J.*
Zonal modeling of turbulent free shear flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..25.5,61.0,17.1: time-dependent owl-faces*
PERRY, A.E.; CHONG, M.S.*
Local solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations - application to time-dependent problems*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.7,25.3,05.0: random hairpins*
BASE, T.E.; WHEATON, K.R.*
Vortex models of a pseudo-turbulent shear flow*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1,25.7: sinusoidal forcing leading to chaos*
CHIEN, K.Y.; ET AL.*
Inviscid simulations of turbulent shear layers - fluctuating flow profiles*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..25.6,11.1: thermal striping*
TSAI, H.M.; LESLIE, D.C.; VOKE, P.R.*
Prediction of extremal events by numerical simulation*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..25.6,08.0,13.0: injection to simulate wavy wall with 10^6 grid points - check of LRR not good near wall*
MIYAKE, Y.; KAJISHIMA, T.*
A discussion on turbulence model by means of LES*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..50.0: glycerine - detailed R12 maps from LDV*
CHEVRIN, P.A.; PETRIE, H.L.; DEUTSCH, S.*
An investigation of the nature of Reynolds stress in the wall region of turbulent pipe flow*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..45.0,54.0: including II-III map and uv eddy vis.*
PAULEY, W.R.; EATON, J.K.*
Boundary layer turbulence structure in the presence of embedded streamwise vortex pairs*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..13.0: Launder collaborator - redistribution coefficients depend on anisotropy*
SHIMA, N.*
Calculation of a variety of boundary layers with a second-moment closure applicable up to a wall*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford, Univ.*
1989. `
..14.0,13.0: generalized scale - uses Israeli O.C.I. scheme*
ARAD, E.; WOLFSHTEIN, M.*
A comparative study of length scale equations in turbulent boundary layers*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..14.0,13.0: boundary layer equations for y, plus less than 50 - results for sudden expansion*
JENNINGS, M.J.; MOREL, T.*
Grid-independent wall layer turbulence model for complex flow calculations*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..59.0: Strouhal number universal if factored by cos. of vortex sweep angle*
WILLIAMSON, C.H.K.*
Three-dimensional aspects and transition of the wake of a circular cylinder*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1,53.0: low Re*
PLESNIAK, M.W.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Reynolds stress evolution in curved two-stream turbulent mixing layers*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..62.0: normal to wall, low Re - wake vorticity comes from BL*
FRIC, T.F.; ROSHKO, A.*
Structure in the near field of the transverse jet*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..51.0,61.0: 10 to 1 nozzle, meas. to 200 slot heights, large lateral growth*
SCHWAB, R.R.; POLLARD, A.*
An experimental investigation of wall jets issuing from rectangular sharp-edged orifices*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..11.6,25.6: microscale Re is 25 - mixture fraction gradient normal to flame front*
ELGHOBASHI, S.E.; NOMURA, K.K.*
Direct simulation of a fast chemical reaction in a homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..14.0,25.6: k, eps. and SGS - algorithm development*
KARNIADAKIS, G.; ET AL.*
Spectral element-RNG simulations of turbulent flows in complex geometries*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..25.5: collocation makes multigrid easier*
PERIC, M.; RUGER, M.; SCHEUERER, G.*
A finite volume multigrid method for calculating turbulent flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..05.0,12.2: shear-free compared with uniform shear with slip - reduction in v leads to reduced uv and u production, outweighing splat effect*
LEE, M.J.; HUNT, J.C.R.*
The structure of sheared turbulence near a plane boundary*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..60.0: LDV - 6 deg. ramp at M = 2 . 3*
ELENA, M.; RAKOTO, P.*
Turbulence statistics in a shock wave boundary layer interaction*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..50.0,48.0: shear about 0.25u, tau/delta - Clauser G falls from 6 . 8 to 6 . 0*
OKAMOTO, S.; TSUNODA, K.*
Turbulence in turbulent boundary layer developed along plane wall in linear shear stream*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..61.0,01.1: normal to plate - VITA not good*
SCHULZ, V.; VASANTA RAM, V.I.*
The disturbance to the turbulent channel flow produced by a cylinder with axis perpendicular to the walls - a study with a quadruple hot-wire probe*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..48.0: spanwise - no reference to Zhou*
SUZUKI, K.; SUZUKI, H.; KIKKAWA, Y.; KIGAWA, H.*
Study on a turbulent boundary layer disturbed by a cylinder - effect of cylinder size and position*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1,11.6: 64 cubed simulations at Re, delta of 170*
LEE, C.; METCALFE, R.; HUSSAIN, F.*
Large scale structures in reacting mixing layers*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1,11.6: base flow 2D - vorticity algorithm*
BUELL, J.C.; MANSOUR, N.N.*
Asymmetric effects in three-dimensional spatially developing mixing layers*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1: rolls, ribs and braids*
ROGERS, M.M.; MOSER, R.D.*
The development of three-dimensional temporally-evolving mixing layers*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.2,18.1: Mach no. based on vel. difference is low*
CHEN, J.H.; MANSOUR, N.N.; CANTWELL, B.J.*
Direct numerical simulations of transition in a compressible wake*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1,18.1: just so - isobars as diagnostic of vortices*
SANDHAM, N.D.; REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Growth of oblique waves in the mixing layer at high mach number*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..59.0,06.0: large rectangular bars in channel flow - LDV meas.*
DIMACZEK, G.; KESSLER, R.; MARTINUZZI, R.; TROPEA, C.*
The flow over two-dimensional, surface-mounted obstacles at high Reynolds numbers*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..59.0,25.6: same geometry as previous paper - inflow from channel sim.*
WERNER, H.; WENGLE, H.*
Large-eddy simulation of turbulent flow over a square rib in a channel*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..59.0: orifice plate - LDV meas.*
DURST, F.; WANG, A.B.*
Experimental and numerical investigations of the axisymmetric, turbulent pipe flow over a wall-mounted thin obstacle*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..13.0: wall functions mask inherent deficiencies in stress models - useful review and backstep calcs*
LASHER, W.C.; TAULBEE, D.B.*
The effect of the near-wall treatment on the behavior of Reynolds-stress turbulence models for reattaching flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1: plane piston for v at lip - test case for simulations*
HAW, R.C.; FOSS, J.F.*
The effects of forcing on a single stream shear layer and its parent boundary layer*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..17.2,59.0: separation bubble, length about 0 . 3c*
HOUDEVILLE, R.; BONNET, J.L.; COUSTEIX, J.*
Experimental study of a flat plate oscillating in pitch*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..17.1,24.1,14.0: time-average, phase-average and random components*
MacINNES, J.M.; CLAUS, R.W.; HUANG, P.G.*
Time-dependent calculation of a forced mixing layer using a k, eps. turbulence model*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..17.1,13.0: quadratic redistribution terms - comparisons with Spalart simulation*
HA MINH, H.; ET AL.*
Physical analysis and second-order modelling of an unsteady turbulent flow - the oscillating boundary layer on a flat plate*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..14.0,42.1: splits vel. into forced and buoyancy parts - latter just proportional to inst. density. Why?*
NAGANO, Y.; YIN, Y.; TSUJI, T.*
Numerical prediction of turbulent buoyant flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1,25.6: full simulation results - horseshoe heads survive longest*
HOLT, S.E.; KOSEFF, J.R.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
The evolution of turbulence in the presence of mean shear and stable stratification*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..25.5,13.0,42.1: coupled fractional time-step algorithm*
KANNICHE, M.; BARON, F.; VIOLLET, P.L.*
Second moment closure prediction of recirculating flow and of countergradient heat flux in stratified flow*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..62.0,42.1,13.0: buoyant downward axi. jet*
CRESSWELL, R.; ET AL.*
Measurement and modelling of buoyancy-modified, elliptic turbulent shear flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..42.1,13.0: fog near San Francisco - 3rd order model*
LACROIX, B.*
Modeling the cloudy boundary layer with a 2-D third-order closure model - a case study*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..61.0,11.6: inert scalars only - k, eps. model*
HAWORTH, D.C.; EL TAHRY, S.H.*
Application of a PDF method to in-cylinder flows in reciprocating engines*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..62.0,18.1: measurements and calcs at M=2 . 4*
WAIDMANN, W.*
Numerical calculation of the jet-interaction induced separation with respect to thrust vector control*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..13.0,62.0: LRR basis - several coeffts adjusted*
YAMAMOTO, M.; ARAKAWA, C.; TAGORI, T.*
Development of a new low-Reynolds-number type Reynolds stress model and its application to lobe mixer flow*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..59.2,31.1: phase-averaged near-field meas. - triple wire has shortcomings*
HYUN, B.S.; PATEL, V.C.*
Mean and turbulence measurements in the wake of an axisymmetric body driven by a marine propeller*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..62.0,14.0: LDV in water - k, eps, shows good qualitative agreement*
KOUTMOS, P.; McGUIRK, J.J.*
Velocity and turbulence characteristics of isothermal lobed mixer flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..11.2,21.2: yes, measurements, in co-flowing jet - LIF*
DAHM, W.J.A.; BUCH, K.A.*
High resolution three-dimensional (256^3) spatio-temporal measurements of the conserved scalar field in turbulent shear flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..11.2,21.2: Rayleigh scattering - effects are large*
KERSTEIN, A.R.; ET AL.*
Measurement and computation of differential molecular diffusion in a turbulent jet*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..11.3: normal plate and cylinder in heated grid turb.*
RAHAI, H.R.; LaRUE, J.C.*
Effect of flow distortion on a turbulent scalar field*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..13.0,11.1: transport model for triples - all related to u and theta skewness*
NAGANO, Y.; TAGAWA, M.*
Turbulence model for triple velocity and scalar correlations*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..50.0,11.3,59.0: meas near sphere downstream of grid*
NAKAMURA, I.; SAKAI, Y.; TSUNODA, H.; LIU, S.*
On the effect of the disturbance of a sphere on the point source diffusion process in grid-generated turbulence*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..09.2: vertical upflow*
ROGERS, C.B.; EATON, J.K.*
Fluid turbulence in a particle-laden flat-plate boundary layer*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..09.2: first full set of data in a vertical channel*
ROGERS, C.B.; EATON, J.K.*
The interaction between dispersed particles and fluid turbulence in a flat-plate turbulent boundary layer in air*
M.E. Dept, Stanford rept. MD-52*
1989. `
..09.2,24.1: one-stream mixing layer with uniform concentration in stream*
LAZARO, B.J.; LASHERAS, J.C.*
Particle dispersion in turbulent, free shear flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..09.2: erosion from surface by saltation, creep and suspension*
CICCONE, A.D.; KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
On the determination of particle-erosion rates within a turbulent boundary-layer*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..16.2,54.0: experiments and turbulence-model calcs.*
TZENG, H.M.; HUMPHREY, J.A.C.*
Corotating disk flow in an axisymmetric enclosure with and without a bluff body*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..11.3,06.0: fetch for equilibrium is of order 0 . 5km - relevance for deposition unclear*
ADAMS, E.W.; RUCK, B.*
Air pollutant deposition and flow structure near the leading edge of a forest*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..13.0,11.1: extension of Shih and Lumley 1985 report - requires compliance with 2D turbulence*
CRAFT, T.J.; LAUNDER, B.E.*
A new model for the pressure/scalar-gradient correlation and its application to homogeneous and inhomogeous free shear flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..13.0,12.1: axi. contraction meas., plus relation between large-scale and small-scale anisotropy with Re-dependent coefft.*
HALLBACK, M.; GROTH, J.; JOHANSSON, A.V.*
A Reynolds stress closure for the dissipation in anisotropic turbulent flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..13.0: timescale related to eddy viscosity*
ERTESVAG, I.S.; BYGGSTOYL, S.; MAGNUSSEN, B.F.*
An eddy dissipation Reynolds-stress turbulence model closed by an equation related to the turbulent transport time scale*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..25.5: SIMPLE coupling, Stone strongly implicit*
OBI, S.; PERIC, M.; SCHEUERER, G.*
A finite-volume calculation procedure for turbulent flows with second-order closure and colocated variable arrangement*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..44.1,06.0: decomposition of waves and random part*
JIANG, J.Y.; STREET, R.L.; KLOTZ, S.P.*
Wave-turbulence interaction beneath an air-water interface*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..44.1,14.0: decomposition of wave and random part of TKE fork, eps.*
UITTENBOGAARD, R.E.; BARON, F.*
A proposal - extension of the q2-eps model for stably stratified flows with transport of internal wave energy*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..18.2: Rayleigh scattering in far UV, planes normal and parallel to wall*
SMITH, M.; KUMAR, V.; SMITS, A.; MILES, R.*
The structure of supersonic turbulent boundary layers as revealed by density cross sections*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..31.1: usable for probe jaw up to 20 deg. - rotatable slant wire with h and k cross-sensitivities*
AL-BEIRUTTY, M.H.; GESSNER, F.B.*
A hot-wire measurement technique for moderate intensity, skewed turbulent flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..50.0,11.2: just so*
BASKARAN, V.; ABDELLATIF, O.E.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Effects of free-stream turbulence on turbulent boundary layers with convective heat transfer*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..50.0,05.0: LDV meas. including near-wall spectra - suggest cf rise has a limit*
JOHNSON, P.L.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Active and inactive motions in a turbulent boundary layer - Interactions with free-stream turbulence*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..50.0,11.2: flat plate in jet*
MACIEJEWSKI, P.L.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Effects of very high turbulence on heat transfer*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..50.0,05.0: STANG ok for Pr= 5 . 9*
HOLLINGSWORTH, D.K.; KAYS, W.M.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
The measurement and prediction of heat transfer in a turbulent boundary layer in water*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..54.0,16.2: all six Reynolds stresses and spectra*
ITOH, M.; YAMADA, Y.; SUZUKI, H.*
Experiments on the turbulent boundary layers on spinning cones in axial flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..53.0,54.0,14.0: distinguishes production and redistribution*
EKANDER, H.; JOHANSSON, A.V.*
An improved algebraic Reynolds stress model and application to curved and rotating channel flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..54.0,21.2,13.0: stress equation better than k, eps.*
ABD AL-MASSEEH, W.A., BRADLEY, D.; GASKELL, P.H.; LAU, A.K.C.*
The numerical predictability of strongly swirling flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..32.2: just so- instantaneous 3D velocity vectors from PTV in water*
NISHINO, K.; KASAGI, N.*
Turbulence statistics measurement in a two-dimensional channel flow using a three-dimensional particle tracking velocimeter*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..32.2,29.6: LIF from closely spaced images*
PRASAD, R.R.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
Three dimensional imaging of turbulent flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..32.2,25.6: simulation data*
TRUMAN, C.R.; LEE, M.J.*
Correlation of optical phase distortion with turbulent structure in a homogeneous shear flow*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..32.2: Kodak photochronic in kerosine - also F's flowlite One and Two*
FALCO, R.E.; GENDRICH, C.P.; CHU, C.C.*
Vorticity field measurements using laser induced photochemical anemometry*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..32.2,11.6,24.1: PLIF of OH radicals*
GUTMARK, E.; PARR, T.P.; HANSON-PARR, D.M.; SCHADOW, K.C.*
Stabilization of combustion by controlling the turbulent shear flow structure*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..32.2,29.6,11.6: Mie scattering from smoke*
BRAY, K.N.C.; CHEW, T.C.; MALY, R.R.*
Quantitative evaluation of length and time scales of turbulent engine combustion from 2D laser sheets*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..13.0,11.6: no decisive advantage from stress model, but combustion model errors dominate*
HOGG, S.I.; LESCHZINER, M.A.*
Computation of strongly-swirling, reacting flow in a model combustor with second-moment closure*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..02.1,59.0: phase averages*
ZUCHERMAN, L.; KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
On intermittency in the near-wake of a circular cylinder*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..20.0: x/D = 420 - pattern recog. reveals horseshoes*
FERRE, J.A.; GIRALT, F.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Evidence for double-roller eddies in a turbulent wake from two-component velocity measurements*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..59.0,24.1: Re - 25000 based on step height*
JOVIC, S.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Coherent structures in a boundary layer and shear layer of a turbulent backward-facing step flow*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..12.1: superposition of plane strain and solid-body rotation - rotating grid*
MOULINE, V.; LEUCHTER, O.; GEOFFROY, P.*
Experiemental study of homogeneous turbulence in the presence of transverse shear*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..54.0,09.2: the Wizard of Oz*
JOUBERT, P.N.; WANG, M.H.*
Lift on a grounded sphere under a tornado vortex*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..62.0: some relevance to Anderson and Eaton*
YAMADA, H.; NAKAMURA, I.; YAMASHITA, S.; YANO, H.*
An experimental study of a turbulent jet impinging on a wedge*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..62.0: axi. Castro*
JOHNSON, A.E.; HANCOCK, P.E.*
The effect of extra-strain rates of streamline curvature and divergence on mixing layers*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..12.2,25.6: transilient matrix evaluation*
SCHUMANN, U.; STULL, R.B.; EBERT, E.E.*
Nonlocal turbulent mixing in boundary layers evaluated from large-eddy simulations.*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..14.0,11.2: data from Antonia and Browne JFM 1986*
TULAPURKARA, E.G.; ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.*
Optimisation of a theta^2, eps_theta model for a turbulent far wake*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..14.0,18.1: includes baroclinicity*
MACINNES, J.M.*
A four-equation turbulence model including the effects of large density non-uniformity*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..24.1,24.7: bridges*
MELANDER, M.V.; HUSSAIN, F.*
Cut-and-connect of two antiparallel vortex tubes - a new cascade mechanism*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..31.1,21.2: not locally iso at Re = 90000*
HUSSEIN, H.J.; GEORGE, W.K.*
Measurement of small scale turbulence in an axisymmetric jet using moving hot-wires*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..12.2,19.3: weak effect of shear parameter*
KEEFE, L.R.; DEANE, A.E.*
Multifractal spectra in shear flows*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..25.6: transfer spectra from 128 cubed simulations*
DANG, K.; TEISSEDRE, C.*
Spectral transfer analysis for subgrid scale modeling*
7th Sympo. on Turbulent Shear Flows, Stanford Univ.*
1989. `
..25.6: including longitudinal offset for wall law and preferential treatment of ejection*
PIOMELLI, U.; FERZIGER, J.; MOIN, P.*
New approximate boundary conditions for large eddy simulations of wall-bounded flows*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1240*
1989. `
..24.1,50.0: axi. jet - excitability decreases with increasing free stream turbulence, if boundary layer is turbulent*
RAMAN, G.; ZAMAN, K.B.M.Q.; RICE, E.J.*
Initial turbulence effect on jet evolution with and without tonal excitation*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1240*
1989. `
..44.3,24.1,54.0: effect of unsteady flow on side wall BL - not flow along vortex axis*
YAMADA, H.; HONDA, Y.*
Wall vortex induced by and moving with a confined vortex pair*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1280*
1989. `
..05.0: measurements of contributions to uv gradient*
KLEWICKI, J.C.*
Velocity-vorticity correlations related to the gradients of the Reynolds stresses in parallel turbulent wall flows*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1285*
1989. `
..11.1,19.2: measurements to prove it*
DAHM, W.J.A.; BUCH, K.A.*
Lognormality of the scalar dissipation pdf in turbulent flows*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1290*
1989. `
..25.6,19.4: Smago constant affected by Kraichnan-like Lagrangian effects*
YOSHIZAWA, A.*
Subgrid-scale modeling with a variable length scale*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1293*
1989. `
..09.1,09.2: prob. dists. remarkable similar - but very different from water with skewness 1-3 and flatness 5-8*
PAL, S.; DEUTSCH, S.; MERKLE, C.L.*
A comparison of shear stress fluctuation statistics between microbubble modified and polymer modified turbulent boundary layers*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1360*
1989. `
..19.2,11.3,20.0: i.e. squares of fluctuating gradients*
ANTONIA, R.A.; BROWNE, L.W.B.; SHAH, D.A.*
Instantaneous dissipations of turbulent energy and temperature in a wake*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1374*
1989. `
..45.0,53.0: 180 leg. bend big increase in TKE and slow recovery*
ANWER, M.; SO, R.M.C.; LAI, Y.G.*
Perturbation by and recovery from bend curvature of a fully developed turbulent pipe flow*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1387*
1989. `
..53.0,54.0: rotating cylinder experiment - number of vortices is even*
KOGA, J.K.; KOSCHMIEDER, E.L.*
Taylor vortices in short fluid columns*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1475*
1989. `
..42.3,53.0: series of modes with increasing buoyancy including spirals*
BALL, K.S.; FAROUK, B.*
A flow visualization study of the effects of buoyancy on Taylor vortices*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1502*
1989. `
..12.2,13.0: uses RDT to deduce a pressure-strain model*
LEE, M.J.*
Distortion of homogeneous turbulence by axisymmetric strain and dilatation*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1541*
1989. `
..09.2,32.2: electrochemical probe*
SOUHAR, M.*
Some turbulence quantities and energy spectra in the wall region in bubble flows*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1558*
1989. `
..24.1,21.2: rich behavior - slot Reynolds number 8000*
THOMAS, F.O.; CHU, H.C.*
An experimental investigation of the transition of a planar jet - subharmonic suppression and upstream feedback*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1566*
1989. `
..09.4: creeping flow solution applied to viscous sublayer - remarks on sharks*
BECHERT, D.W.; BARTENWERFER, M.*
The viscous flow on surfaces with longitudinal ribs*
J. Fluid Mech. 206, 105*
1989. `
..54.0,24.1: K-H instability suppressed - inviscid 2D calcs*
DRITSCHEL, D.G.*
On the stabilization of a two-dimensional vortex strip by adverse shear*
J. Fluid Mech. 206, 193*
1989. `
..17.1: Re, delta up to 25000 but f delta/ U only 0.004*
JENSEN, B.L.; SUMER, B.M.; FREDSOE, J.*
Turbulent oscillatory boundary layers at high Reynods numbers*
J. Fluid Mech. 206, 265*
1989. `
..20.0,24.1: yes - braids dominate vortex rolls*
HAYAKAWA, M.; HUSSAIN, F.*
Three-dimensionality of organized structures in a plane turbulent wake*
J. Fluid Mech. 206, 375*
1989. `
..59.0: detailed discussion of 3D effects*
WILLIAMSON, C.H.K.*
Oblique and parallel modes of vortex shedding in the wake of a circular cylinder at low Reynolds numbers*
J. Fluid Mech. 206, 579*
1989. `
..60.0,54.0: Euler calcs.*
COPENING, G.; ANDERSON, J.;*
Numerical solutions to three-dimensional shock wave/vortex interaction at hypersonic speeds*
AIAA-89-0674*
1989. `
..12.2,54.0: Y structure tensor (now called D) - see Kida and Hunt JFM 201, 411?*
REYNOLDS, W.C.*
Effects of rotation on homogeneous turbulence*
Presented at Aust. Fluid Mech. Conf., Melbourne*
1989. `
..44.2: thin circular arc blades, about 65 deg. turning angle - suction surface mainly laminar*
ZIERKE, W.C.; DEUTSCH, S.*
The measurement of boundary layers on a compressor blade in cascade - Vols. 1 and 2*
NASA CR 185118*
1989. `
..09.3,07.1:Gaussian wake added to Thompson profile - also comments on interaction of LEBU vortex street and large eddies*
BERTELRUD, A.*
A profile family for use in boundary layers with large-eddy breakup devices*
Presented at Drag Reduction '89, Davos*
1989. `
..29.1: 12 articles - good review including modern techniques*
GAD-EL-HAK, M. (Ed.)*
Advances in Fluid Mechanics Measurements*
Lecture Notes in Engineering, vol. 45, Springer*
1989. `
..29.1,30.: 10 articles - good review *
GAD-EL-HAK, M. (Ed.)*
Frontiers in Experimental Fluid Mechanics*
Lecture Notes in Engineering, vol. 46, Springer*
1989. `
..30.1: Notre Dame - detailed but an out-of-date aura*
BATILL, S.M.; NELSON, R.C.*
Low speed, indraft tunnels*
Frontiers in Experimental Fluid Mechanics (M. Gad-El-Hak, Ed.), Lecture Notes in Engineering, vol. 46, Springer, p. 25*
1989. `
..12.1,01.1: "Relatively new perspective" - emphasis on physics*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.*
The turbulent boundary layer*
Frontiers in Experimental Fluid Mechanics (M. Gad-El-Hak, Ed.), Lecture Notes in Engineering, vol. 46, Springer, p. 159*
1989. `
..22.1: general review and sidelight on Blake's expts.*
BLAKE, W.K.; GERSCHFELD, J.L.*
The aeroacoustics of trailing edges*
Frontiers in Experimental Fluid Mechanics (M. Gad-El-Hak, Ed.), Lecture Notes in Engineering, vol. 46, Springer, p. 457*
1989. `
..09.5,08.0,62.0: upgrade of 1989 "Frontiers" article*
GAD-EL-HAK, M.*
Flow control*
Appl. Mech. Rev. 42, 261*
1989. `
..44.2,29.2: 5-hole probe, 0.6 mm head size, blade turning angle 107 deg.*
YAMAMOTO, A.; MIMURA, F.*
Interaction mechanism between tip leakage flow and the passage vortex in a linear turbine rotor cascade*
Japanese NAL-TR-983T*
1989. `
..59.2,48.0: hot-wire meas. - asymmetry at T.E. disappears by x/c = 1 . 075*
SMITH, D.C.*
Flow characteristics about a trailing edge*
UTIAS-TN-270, PhD thesis, N89-25952*
1989. `
..62.0: reduced in size compared to a fixed jet in a moving stream*
STEWART, V.R.*
An experimental investigation of the ground vortex created by a moving jet*
NASA CR 181841*
1989. `
..30.3: world's most two-dimensional "tunnel" - continuous running*
GHARIB, M.; DERANGO, P.*
A liquid film (soap film) tunnel to study two-dimensional laminar and turbulent shear flows*
Physica D 37, 406*
1989. `
..21.0,02.1: reversal is rare and usually confined to non-turbulent zones*
CHUA, L.P.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Flow reversal and intermittency of a turbulent jet*
AIAA J. 27, 1494*
1989. `
..61.0: ejectors - U and u and poor k, eps. predictions*
PARK, C.J.; CHEN, L.-D.*
Experimental investigation of confined turbulent jets, part I - single-phase data*
AIAA J. 27, 1506*
1989. `
..09.1,62.0: see previous*
PARK, C.J.; CHEN, L.-D.*
Experimental investigation of confined turbulent jets, part II - particle-laden flow data*
AIAA J. 27, 1511*
1989. `
..24.1,24.7,25.3: small 3D disturbance in 2D field*
INOUE, O.*
Vortex simulation of spatially growing three-dimensional mixing layers*
AIAA J. 27, 1517*
1989. `
..62.0: velocity ratios 2 and 4 - mean flow and uv*
CATALANO, G.D.; CHANG, K.S.; MATHIS, J.A.*
Investigation of turbulent jet impingement in a confined crossflow*
AIAA J. 27, 1530*
1989. `
..11.6,25.6: general review, 92 refs.*
JOU, W.-H.; RILEY, J.J.*
Progress in direct numerical simulations of turbulent reacting flows*
AIAA J. 27, 1543*
1989. `
..18.2,11.3: just so*
WIETING, A.R.; HOLDEN, M.S.*
Experimental shock-wave interference heating on a cylinder at Mach 6 and 8*
AIAA J. 27, 1657*
1989. `
..29.2: 1 . 22mm outside diameter*
LIGRANI, P.M.; SINGER, B.A.; BAUN, L.R.*
Miniature five-hole pressure probe for measurement of three mean velocity components in low-speed flows*
J. Phys. E., Sci. Instrum. 22, 868*
1989. `
..07.0: uv goes as cube of y*
GRANVILLE, P.S.*
A near-wall eddy viscosity formula for turbulent boundary layers in pressure gradients suitable for momentum, heat or mass transfer*
ASME Forum on Turbulent Flows - Fluids Engg. Digest 76, 25*
1989. `
..24.1,50.0,19.2: large-scale intermittency*
VEERAVALLI, S.; WARHAFT, Z.*
The shearless turbulent mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 207, 191*
1989. `
..42.3: reverse energy transfer*
ITSWEIRE, E.C.; HELLAND, K.N.*
Spectra and energy transfer in stably stratified turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 207, 419*
1989. `
..11.1,25.6: microscale Re up to 93 - need a duration of 5-6 eddy turnover times*
YEUNG, P.K.; POPE, S.B.*
Lagrangian statistics from direct numerical simulations of isotropic turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 207, 531*
1989. `
..59.3,48.0: including small separation over flap*
ADAIR, D.; HORNE, W.C.*
Turbulent separated flow over and downstream of a two-element airfoil*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 531*
1989. `
..42.3,30.3: electrically-heated triangular honeycomb*
LIENHARD V, J.H.; VAN ATTA, C.W.*
Thermally stratifying a wind tunnel for buoyancy influenced flows*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 542*
1989. `
..31.1: one or two bent V wires*
TSUJI, T.; NAGANO, Y.*
An anemometry technique for turbulence measurements at low velocities*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 547*
1989. `
..06.0,59.0: relevance to parachutes*
LEVIN, D.*
Surface roughness effect on the aerodynamic characteriestics of a blunt body*
Expts. in Fluids 7, 566*
1989. `
..59.0,61.0: protruding from surface - mainly flow viz.*
DARGAHI, B.*
The turbulent flow field around a circular cylinder*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 1*
1989. `
..31.1: 90 deg. X probe underestimates*
BROWNE, L.W.B.; ANTONIA, R.A.; CHUA, L.P.*
Velocity vector cone angle in turbulent flows*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 13*
1989. `
..30.1: multiple gauzes give smallest turbulence*
COELHO, S.L.V.*
The production of uniformly sheared streams by means of double gauzes in wind tunnels - a mathematical analysis*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 25*
1989. `
..54.0,45.0: extra prod. only in initial section - see Driver*
ANWER, M.; SO, R.M.C.*
Rotation effects on a fully-developed turbulent pipe flow*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 33*
1989. `
..24.4,53.0: transition starts in upwash regions (inflexion or even negative gradient)*
WINOTO, S.H.; LOW, H.T.*
Transition of boundary layer flows in the presence of Goertler vortices*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 41*
1989. `
..44.2,16.2: mean LDV and total p. meas. throughout passage*
FLEETER, S.; STAUTER, R.C.; MANWARING, S.R.*
Three-dimensional aerodynamics of an annular airfoil cascade including loading effects*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 49*
1989. `
..62.0,43.2: pitot and hot wire*
HITCHMAN, G.J.; ET AL.*
Mean flow characteristics of a turbulent plane jet with buoyancy induced curvature*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 77*
1989. `
..09.1,05.0: water - comparison between Separan and simple dye*
WALKER, D.T.; TIEDERMAN, W.G.*
The concentration field in a turbulent channel flow with polymer injection at the wall*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 86*
1989. `
..59.0,17.1: nice hydrogen bubble flow viz.*
LIAN, Q.-X.; HUANG, Z.*
Starting flow and structures of the starting vortex behind bluff bodies with sharp edges*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 95*
1989. `
..21.2,17.1: interesting approach to steady state*
SEN, M.; HERNANDEZ, J.; CERVANTES, J.G.*
Longitudinal and transverse dimensions of an incipient jet generated by a constant head*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 107*
1989. `
..54.0,62.0: just so*
FREY, M.O.; GESSNER, F.B.*
Experimental investigation of co-annular jet flow with swirl over a centerbody*
Abstract for AIAA Seattle meeting*
1989. `
..45.0,54.0: low Re - transition effects?*
CHANG, P.S.; GESSNER, F.B.*
Experimental investigation of turbulent flow about a strut-endwall configuration*
Abstract for AIAA Seattle meeting*
1989. `
..11.6,19.3: pdfs are non-stationary, contradicting Batchelor 1952*
GIRIMAJI, S.S.; POPE, S.B.*
Material element deformation in isotropic turbulence*
Cornell Univ. FDA-89-14*
1989. `
..32.1: beam-turning probe*
JOHNSON, D.A.; ABRAHAMSON, S.D.*
Near-wall, three-dimensional turbulence measurements - a challenge for laser velocimetry*
NASA TM 102252, presented at 8th Int. Congress on Applics. of Lasers and Electro-Optics, Orlando*
1989. `
..16.2: spinning cylinder - shear stress decreases and lags*
DRIVER, D.M.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
Three-dimensional boundary layer flow with streamwise adverse pressure gradient*
Presented at 10th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melbourne*
1989. `
..24.1,21.2: not just transition - Titan plume*
MUNGAL, M.G.; HOLLINGSWORTH, D.K.*
Organized motion in a very high Reynolds number jet*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1615*
1989. `
..53.0,54.2: swirl generator the cause or the trigger?*
KOH, S.G.; CLAUSEN, P.D.; WOOD, D.H.*
The phase-dependence of a swirling turbulent boundary layer*
Presented at Tenth Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melbourne*
1989. `
..59.0,24.1: double orifice plate*
ISAACSON, L.K.; DENISON, M.K.; CREPEAU, J.C.*
Unstable vortices in the near region of an internal flow cavity*
AIAA J. 27, 1667*
1989. `
..04.0,59.2: FLARE, Veldman, e^9*
CEBECI, T.*
Essential ingredients of a method for low Reynolds-number airfoils*
AIAA J. 27, 1680*
1989. `
..53.0,16.2,54.0: adv. p.g. affects uv more than vw*
DRIVER, D.M.; HEBBAR, S.K.*
Three-dimensional shear-driven boundary-layer flow with streamwise adverse pressure gradient*
AIAA J. 27, 1689*
1989. `
..15.0: improved numerics for Mellor-Gibson method*
BARNWELL, R.W.; WAHIS, R.A.; DEJARNETTE, F.R.*
Defect stream function, Law-of-the-Wall/Wake method for turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 27, 1707*
1989. `
..14.0,13.0: low Re k, eps. better than stress models*
POLLARD, A.; MARTINUZZI, R.*
Comparative study of turbulence models in predicting turbulent pipe flow Part II - Reynolds stress and k-eps. models*
AIAA J. 27, 1714*
1989. `
..42.1,18.1: wake mode becomes strong if low-speed stream is dense*
KOOCHESFAHANI, M.M.; FRIELER, C.E.*
Instability of nonuniform density free shear layers with a wake profile*
AIAA J. 27, 1735*
1989. `
..24.1: comments on nonlinear spectrum effects*
TORDELLA, D.; CHRISTIANSEN, W.H.*
Spectral observation in a forced mixing layer*
AIAA J. 27, 1741*
1989. `
..11.6,25.5: stiff equations*
SHUEN, J.S.; YOON, S.*
Numerical study of chemically reacting flows using a lower-upper symmetric successive overrelaxation scheme*
AIAA J. 27, 1752*
1989. `
..47.3: transonic - some spanwise variations tunnel-induced?*
SU, Y.*
Mechanism of sidewall effect studied with oil flow visualization*
AIAA J. 27, 1828*
1989. `
..32.1: similar to hot wire if data rate high*
JOHNSON, P.L.; BARLOW, R.S.*
Effect of measuring volume length on two-component laser velocimeter measurements in a turbulent boundary layer*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 137*
1989. `
..29.5: xy-plane torque on cylinder*
GUR, Y.; LEEHEY, P.*
A new wall shear stress gauge*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 145*
1989. `
..62.0,61.0: latest version*
KOUTMOS, P.; MCGUIRK, J.J.*
Isothermal velocity and turbulence measurements downstream of a model multilobed turbofan mixer*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 183*
1989. `
..32.2,29.6: excitation of biacetyl by sinsoidally-modulated light sheet*
LIU, J.-B.; LIU, C.-S.; SHI, J.-R.*
Simultaneous measurement of temperature, density and velocity in gas flows by modulated photoluminescence*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 199*
1989. `
..11.6,29.6: 2D flow viz. and species conc.*
NAMAZIAN, M.; ET AL.*
Nonpremixed bluff-body burner flow and flame imaging study*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 216*
1989. `
..28.1: rule-based reasoning for clustering readings in high-gradient regions*
CANTWELL, E.R.; ZILLIAC, G.; FUKUNISHI, Y.*
An intelligent data acquisition system for fluid mechanics research*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 233*
1989. `
..29.6: charge-injection device (CID) cameras*
OZBELGE, H.O.*
On the surface structure and the hydrodynamics of the Benard cells*
Expts. in Fluids 8, 238*
1989. `
..14.0,18.1: uses Sarkar-Zeman compressibility factor in omega equation*
WILCOX, D.C.*
Hypersonic turbulence modeling without the epsilon equation*
Presented at Seventh National Aero-Space Plane Technology Symposium*
1989. `
..25.6: Re=2890, half Kim's*
KURODA, A.; KASAGI, N.; HIRATA, M.*
A direct numerical simulation of the fully developed turbulent channel flow at a very low Reynolds number*
ISCFD Nagoya - A Collection of Technical Papers, 1174*
1989. `
..11.1: significant changes in turb. Pr - deterministic model of fluctuations*
KASAGI, N.; KURODA, A.; HIRATA, M.*
Numerical investigation of near-wall turbulent heat transfer taking into account the unsteady heat conduction in a solid wall*
J. Heat Transfer 111, 385*
1989. `
..11.2: useful for cold surfaces - but only thick metallic plates*
SHEWEN, E.C.; HOLLANDS, K.G.T.; RAITHBY, G.D.*
The measurement of surface heat transfer using the Peltier effect*
J. Heat Transfer 111, 798*
1989. `
..25.6,04.0: an even lower Re than the nominal - suggests that a very high Re is needed for self-preservation*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
Ames DNS - what is it simulating?*
NASA Langley paper*
1989. `
..54.0: relevant to magnetic stirring and vortex breakdown*
DAVIDSON, P.A.*
The interaction between swirling and recirculating velocity components in unsteady, inviscid flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 209, 35*
1989. `
..24.4: experiments with line heater in air, near the critical layer*
CORKE, T.C.; MANGANO, R.A.*
Resonant growth of three-dimensional modes in transitioning Blasius boundary layers*
J. Fluid Mech. 209, 93*
1989. `
..21.2,29.6: LIF - intermittency factor for concentration lower than in forced jet, reaching 0 . 9 on centre line*
PAPANTONIOU, D.; LIST, E.J.*
Large-scale structure in the far field of buoyant jets*
J. Fluid Mech. 209, 151*
1989. `
..12.2: endless belts to drive cavity*
LEONG, C.W.; OTTINO, J.M.*
Experiments on mixing due to chaotic advection in a cavity*
J. Fluid Mech. 209, 463*
1989. `
..13.0,14.0,54.0: poor performance of k, eps. and second-order models in rotating flow*
SPEZIALE, C.G.; MAC GIOLLA MHUIRIS, N.*
On the prediction of equilibrium states in homogeneous turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 209, 591*
1989. `
..44.2,31.1: single hot wire through mercury contacts - no vw*
KJORK, A.; LOFDAHL, L.*
Hot-wire measurements inside a centrifugal fan impeller*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 363*
1989. `
..49.2,25.7: Euler with realistic inlet total-P profile*
BASSI, F.; ET AL.*
Secondary flows in a transonic cascade - comparison between experimental and numerical results*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 369*
1989. `
..55.0,03.0: including reverse transition*
ERVIN, J.S.; SURYANARAYANA, N.V.; NG, H.C.*
Radial, turbulent flow of a fluid between two coaxial disks*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 278*
1989. `
..29.6,32.2: three TV cameras - data cycle rate only 10 Hz*
NISHINO, K.; KASAGI, N.; HIRATA, M.*
Three-dimensional particle tracking velocimetry based on automated digital image processing*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 384*
1989. `
..59.0,30.2: large-area sudden compression - akin to tunnel screens. Free surface not an issue*
ADAMS, E.W.; STAMOU, A.I.*
Bistable flow patterns in a free surface water channel*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 408*
1989. `
..14.0: length scale overwritten when it becomes too small*
SOLBERG, T.; EIDSVIK, K.J.*
Flow over a cylinder at a plane boundary - a model based upon (k-eps.) turbulence*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 414*
1989. `
..08.0,07.0: inner law for transpired flows*
THOMAS, L.C.; HASANI, S.M.F.*
Supplementary boundary-layer approximations for turbulent flow*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 420*
1989. `
..17.1,24.4: transition Re, D increases from 200,000 to 500,000 but Re, delta near constant*
LEFEBVRE, P.J.; WHITE, F.M.*
Experiments on transition to turbulence in a constant-acceleration pipe flow*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 428*
1989. `
..59.0,44.2: idealization of cascade l.e.*
BOYLE, M.T.; LANGSTON, L.S.*
Asymmetrical boundary layer separation at the base of a two cylinder geometry*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 443*
1989. `
..61.0,45.0: TEACH with k, eps.*
LAI, K.Y.M.; MAKOMASKI, A.H.*
Three-dimensional flow pattern upstream of a surface-mounted rectangular obstruction*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 449*
1989. `
..49.0,59.0: 14, 18, 90 deg. half angle - LDA meas.*
STIEGLMEIER, M.; ET AL.*
Experimental investigation of the flow through axisymmetric expansions*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 464*
1989. `
..06.0,57.0: typical aerofoil gaps*
COCKRELL, D.J.; NIGIM, H.H.; ALHUSEIN, M.A.*
Turbulent boundary layer development in the presence of small isolated two-dimensional surface discontinuities*
J. Fluids Engg. 111, 472*
1989. `
..24.2: peak-valley motion appears when T-S amplitude exceeds 1 percent*
ASAI, M.; NISHIOKA, M.*
Origin of the peak valley wave structure leading to wall turbulence*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 1*
1989. `
..24.2: effect of oscillation generally stabilizing, unless concave profiles persist at low freq.*
SINGER, B.A.; FERZIGER, J.H.; REED, H.L.*
Numerical simulations of transition in oscillatory plane channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 45*
1989. `
..19.4: (Local-Energy-Transfer) - suggests that failure of DIA is failure to renormalize stirring forces*
McCOMB, W.D.; SHANMUGASUNDARAM, V.; HUTCHINSON, P.*
Velocity-derivative skewness and two-time velocity correlations of isotropic turbulence as predicted by the LET theory*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 91*
1989. `
..22.1,09.3: increase at low freq., reduce at high freq.*
DOWLING, A.P.*
The effect of large-eddy breakup devices on flow noise*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 193*
1989. `
..59.2,24.8: a.c. strip heater - cancellation and enhancement*
GHARIB, M.; WILLIAMS-STUBER, K.*
Experiments on the forced wake of an airfoil*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 225*
1989. `
..24.1,45.0: mainly self-induction of vortex rings, leading to cut-and-connect*
HUSSAIN, F.; HUSAIN, H.S.*
Elliptic jets. Part I. Characteristics of unexcited and excited jets*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 257*
1989. `
..25.5,24.5: see Schweitzer, JFM 193, 285*
CHRISTODOULOU, K.N.; SCRIVEN, L.E.*
The fluid mechanics of slide coating*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 321*
1989. `
..59.0: rectangular and D-section cylinders, including lock-in range*
NAKAMURA, Y.; HIRATA, K.*
Critical geometry of oscillating bluff bodies*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 375*
1989. `
..09.4: virtual origin 0 . 15 riblet heights below top*
CHOI, K.-S.*
Near-wall structure of a turbulent boundary layer with riblets*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 417*
1989. `
..24.1,18.1: also sprach Sandham*
JACKSON, T.L.; GROSCH, C.E.*
Inviscid spatial stability of a compressible mixing layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 609*
1989. `
..24.2: spot wings*
LI, F.; WIDNALL, S.E.*
Wave patterns in plane Poiseuille flow created by concentrated disturbances*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 639*
1989. `
..25.1: non-Newtonian effects infinitesimal*
BANDYOPADHYAY, P.R.*
Are air and water Newtonian at all values of shear? If so, why?*
Presented at ASME WAM Conference, December 10-15*
1989. `
..50.0: at last*
HANCOCK, P.E.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Turbulence structure of a boundary layer beneath a turbulent free stream*
J. Fluid Mech. 205, 45*
1989. `
..11.0,13.0: including discussion of time scale ratio in model equations*
CHUNG, M.K.; KYONG, N.H.*
Measurement of turbulent dispersion behind a fine cylindrical heat source in a weakly sheared flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 205, 171*
1989. `
..13.0: slow part - odd behavior of Rotta coefficients in homogeneous strains. CTR work*
WEINSTOCK, J.*
Comparison of a pressure-strain rate theory with simulations*
J. Fluid Mech. 205, 195*
1989. `
..16.1,43.2: "Ekman" - recommended for test case*
SPALART, P.R.*
Theoretical and numerical study of a three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer*
J. Fluid Mech. 205, 319*
1989. `
..23.0,05.0,13.0: identification of pressure sources*
KIM, J.*
On the structure of pressure fluctuations in simulated turbulent channel flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 205, 421*
1989. `
..59.0,47.3: normal plate and splitter - measured all except vw*
JAROCH, M.P.; FERNHOLZ H.-H.*
The three-dimensional character of a nominally two-dimensional separated turbulent shear flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 205, 523*
1989. `
..24.1: 4-pulse train - claims a "vivid picture of vortex pairing"*
LATIGO, B.O.*
Coherent structure interactions in a two-stream plane turbulent mixing layer with impulsive acoustic excitation*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1701*
1989. `
..46.0,21.2: aspect ratio 5 - see also recent Hussain. No uw or vw*
QUINN, W.R.*
On mixing in an elliptic turbulent free jet*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1716*
1989. `
..24.1: "self-forced states" of axisymmetric jets - Re up to 62500*
DRUBKA, R.E.; REISENTHEL, P.; NAGIB, H.M.*
The dynamics of low initial disturbance turbulent jets*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1723*
1989. `
..24.1,18.2: temporal stability theory strictly applies only to absolute instability*
COSCIA, V.*
Nonlinear stability of a laminar flow past a two-dimensional grid*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1747*
1989. `
..12.2,11.1: non-chaotic islands - red spots not mentioned*
FRANJIONE, J.G.; LEONG, C.-W.; OTTINO, J.M.*
Symmetries within chaos - a route to effective mixing*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1772*
1989. `
..25.5: oscillating lid - 2D NS solutions*
BIRINGEN, S.; DANABASOGLU, G.*
Oscillatory flow with heat transfer in a square cavity*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1796*
1989. `
..24.2,53.0: compressibility and cooling both stabilize*
SPALL, R.E.; MALIK, M.R.*
Goertler vortices in supersonic and hypersonic boundary layers*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1822*
1989. `
..11.1,19.3: interface mixing - get "inertial range" scaling at quite low Re in 2D cases*
VIECELLI, J.A.*
Structure of Lagrangian turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1836*
1989. `
..19.4: Kraichnan 4th author. DIA fails to capture vorticity spottiness a.k.a. high-k intermittency*
CHEN, H.; ET AL.*
Non-Gaussian statistics in isotropic turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1844*
1989. `
..18.1,13.0,53.0: RDT-like use of stress equations with various pressure-strain models*
JAYARAM, M.; ET AL.*
Analysis of a rapidly distorted, supersonic, turbulent boundary layer*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1855*
1989. `
..18.2: streamwise scales halved at M = 2 . 9*
SMITS, A.J.; ET AL.*
A comparison of the turbulence structure of subsonic and supersonic boundary layers*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1865*
1989. `
..24.2: kinematic wave theory for tip waves*
HENNINGSON, D.S.*
Wave growth and spreading of a turbulent spot in plane Poiseuille flow*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1876*
1989. `
..05.0: created by projecting a small spoiler through the wall*
KISTLER, A.L.; MARKIS, T.*
Forces acting on a low-velocity region within a turbulent boundary layer*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1883*
1989. `
..42.3.25.6: "hard turbulence" between plates at Ra up to 5 x 10^7 - 96^3 grid*
SIROVICH, L.; SALACHANDAR, S.; MAXEY, M.R.*
Simulations of turbulent thermal convection*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1911*
1989. `
..24.2: simulation - presence or absence of vortices explains difference between experimental and theory*
SINGER, B.A.; REED, H.L.; FERZIGER, J.H.*
The effects of streamwise vortices on transition in the plane channel*
Phys. Fluids A1, 1960*
1989. `
..11.1,19.3: published*
POPE, S.B.; YEUNG, P.K.; GIRIMAJI, S.S.*
The curvature of material surfaces in isotropic turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 2010*
1989. `
..19.3: Tennekes assumed statistical independence of inertial-range and energy-range excitation - RNG contradicts this and is wrong*
CHEN, S.; KRAICHNAN, R.H.*
Sweeping decorrelation in isotropic turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 2019*
1989. `
..54.0,19.3: large initial helicity in simulations reduces energy transfer*
POLIFKE, W.; SHTILMAN, L.*
The dynamics of helical decaying turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 2025*
1989. `
..02.2,24.1: feasibility study using 2D simulation*
RAMAPRIAN, B.R.; ET AL.*
Passive scalar tagging for the study of coherent structures in the plane mixing layer*
Phys. Fluids A1, 2034*
1989. `
..07.0: Revision of log law constants*
GRIGSON, C.*
Note on an accurate turbulent velocity profile for use at ship scale*
J. Ship Res. 33, 162*
1989. `
..16.2,61.0: 60 deg. swept wing - 4-wire meas. including vw*
PAILHAS, G.; JAYARAMAN, V.*
Experimental investigation of a three-dimensional wake in the vicinity of a wing-body junction*
ONERA/CERT Rept. 29/5025 AYD*
1989. `
..13.0: Mellor-Yamada model*
GALPERIN, B.*
A second moment closure model for MHD turbulence*
J. Appl. Math. and Phys. 40, 740*
1989. `
..24.4: general review - 6 pages of refs. JHF has the CP*
SARIC, W.S.; REED, H.L.*
Stability and transition of three-dimensional boundary layers*
In AGARD-CP-438, Fluid Dynamics of Three-dimensional Shear Flows and Transition (Cesme meeting), 1*
1989. `
..24.2,25.6: no signs of nonlinear instability due to free-stream vorticity*
SPALART, P.R.*
Direct numerical study of leading edge contamination*
In AGARD-CP-438, Fluid Dynamics of Three-dimensional Shear Flows and Transition (Cesme meeting), 5*
1989. `
..54.0,59.2: nice smoke cross-sections*
LOWSON, M.V.*
The three-dimensional vortex sheet structure on delta wings*
In AGARD-CP-438, Fluid Dynamics of Three-dimensional Shear Flows and Transition (Cesme meeting), 11*
1989. `
..60.0,61.0: review - mainly the swept fin work*
BOGDONOFF, S.M.*
A study of the structure of highly swept shock wave turbulent boundary layer interactions*
In AGARD-CP-438, Fluid Dynamics of Three-dimensional Shear Flows and Transition (Cesme meeting), 21*
1989. `
..09.5: general review - mainly LEBUs and riblets*
COUSTEIX, J.; COUSTOLS, E.; ARNAL, D.*
Control and modification of turbulence*
In AGARD-CP-438, Fluid Dynamics of Three-dimensional Shear Flows and Transition (Cesme meeting), 22*
1989. `
..24.1: low Re - swept TE. Swept and unswept waves appear and interact*
KIBENS, V.; ET AL.*
Trailing-edge sweep and three-dimensional vortex interactions in jets and mixing layers*
In AGARD-CP-438, Fluid Dynamics of Three-dimensional Shear Flows and Transition (Cesme meeting), 24*
1989. `
..16.2: GARTEUR*
VAN DEN BERG, B.*
A European collaborative investigation of the three-dimensional turbulent shear layers of a swept wing*
In AGARD-CP-438, Fluid Dynamics of Three-dimensional Shear Flows and Transition (Cesme meeting), 25*
1989. `
..13.0: stress-equation models "emphatically better" - not much original material on modelling*
LAUNDER, B.E.*
Turbulence modelling of three-dimensional shear flows*
In AGARD-CP-438, Fluid Dynamics of Three-dimensional Shear Flows and Transition (Cesme meeting), 26*
1989. `
..09.2,30.3: vacuum tunnel and carousel*
LEACH, R.; GREELEY, R.; POLLACK, J.*
Saltation thresholds and entrainment of fine particles at earth and Martian pressures*
NASA TM 102193*
1989. `
..28.3: networking e.g. using X-windows*
FIEDLER, D.*
The Unix/bin - Unix workstations connect*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 13, p. 123*
1989. `
..28.3: series of articles*
TAZELAAR, J.M.*
Introduction - sound and image processing*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 13, p. 240*
1989. `
..28.2: digital packet radio-linked to micro*
WALLER, M.*
Making waves*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 13, p. 363*
1989. `
..28.3,22.2: OED*
GIGUERE, E.*
Electronic Oxford*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 13, p. 371*
1989. `
..28.3: Intel 80386 - and some history*
GLASS, L.B.*
Under the hood - protected mode*
BYTE vol. 14, no. 13, p. 377*
1989. `
..29.2: construction is as easy as 5 and redundancy helps*
ZILLIAC, G.G.*
Calibration of seven-hole pressure probes for use in fluid flows with large angularity*
NASA TM 102200*
1989. `
..05.0: hairpins - three-dimensionality is only instantaneous*
SMITH, C.R.; WALKER, J.D.A.*
Three-dimensional vortex interactions in turbulent boundary layers*
AFOSR-TR-89-0689, AD-A208 624*
1989. `
..25.2: Richardson extrapolation, etc.*
FERZIGER, J.H.*
Estimation and reduction of numerical error*
Presented at ASME Winter Annual Meeting*
1989. `
..09.2: second-order ODE for log of particle density has an rhs like Koh's Poisson*
BATCHELOR, G.K.*
The dynamics of a mixture of two components*
Presented at Tenth Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference*
1989. `
..11.1,14.0: very weak dependence of Pr, t on Pr -- mainly at low Pr*
MYONG, H.K.; KASAGI, N.; HIRATA, M.*
Numerical prediction of turbulent pipe flow heat transfer for various Prandtl number fluids with the improved k-eps. turbulence model*
JSME Int. J., Series II, 32, 613*
1989. `
..05.0: published version -- simulation*
LYONS, S.L.; HANRATTY, T.J.; MCLAUGHLIN, J.B.*
Turbulence-producing eddies in the viscous wall region*
AIChE J. 35, 1962*
1989. `
..01.1,22.2: review of collaboration on structure*
KLINE, S.J.; ROBINSON, S.K.*
Turbulent boundary layer structure - progress, status, and challenges*
To be published in Proceedings of the IUTAM Conference on Structure of Turbulent Boundary Layers and Drag Reduction, July 25-28, 1989.*
1989. `
..50.0,53.0: curvature tended to dominate free-stream turbulence -- in this experiment*
JOHNSON, P.L.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
The effects of grid-generated turbulence on flat and concave turbulent boundary layers*
Report MD-53, Stanford University*
1989. `
..24.1,53.0: both signs -- Re only 100000. Very good review*
PLESNIAK, M.W.; JOHNSTON, J.P.*
The effects of longitudinal curvature on turbulent two-stream mixing layers*
Report MD-54, Stanford University*
1989. `
..25.10,44.2: thin-layer, unsteady*
RAI, M.M.*
Three-dimensional Navier-Stokes simulations of turbine rotor-stator interaction. Part I -- Methodology*
J. Prop. Power 5, 307*
1989. `
..25.10,44.2: immediately follows part 1*
RAI, M.M.*
Three-dimensional Navier-Stokes simulations of turbine rotor-stator interaction. Part II -- Results*
J. Prop. Power 5, 312*
1989. `
..50.0:up to 25 percent intensity - T wall law lower, with cf from U wall law*
YOUNG, C.D.; HAN, J.C.*
The influence of jet-grid turbulence on turbulent boundary layer flow and heat transfer*
Texas A&M contractor rept. RF 5734 for Wright-Patt.*
1989. `
..31.1: 200 microns long, epoxied and jet-etched*
WESTPHAL, R.V.; LIGRANI, P.M.; LEMOS, F.R.*
Fabricationa and testing of subminiature multi-sensor hot-wire probes*
J. Phys. E, Sci. Instrum. 22, 262 (pub version ofNASA TM 100052, 1988)*
1989. `
..18.1,24.1: compressible dissipation -- validated by direct simulation*
SARKAR, S.; ERLEBACHER, G.; HUSSAINI, M.Y.; KREISS, H.O.*
The analysis and modeling of dilatational terms in compressible turbulence*
NASA Report 181959, ICASE Report No. 89-79*
1989. `
..11.3: results not very detailed*
STAPOUNTZIS, H.; BRITTER, R.E.*
Turbulent diffusion behind a heated line source in a nearly homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, 97*
1989. `
..62.0,29.6: very low Re*
STAPOUNTZIS, H.*
Flow visualization of a jet in a turbulent cross flow*
Presented at the 5th Int. Sympo. on Flow Visualization, Prague*
1989. `
..32.2,29.6: PIV - attention to spatial resolution*
REUSS, D.L.; ADRIAN, R.J.; ET AL.*
Instantaneous planar measurements of velocity and large-scale vorticity and strain rate in an engine using particle-image velocimetry*
SAE Tech Paper 890616*
1989. `
..13.0: rewrite of Cornell "Whither" paper*
LAUNDER, B.E.*
Second-moment closure - present...and future?*
Int. J. Heat and Fluid Flow 10, 282*
1989. `
..05.0: LDV meas down to y, plus = 1 . 5 in water -- good agreement with Spalart*
JOHANSSON, T.G. AND KARLSSON, R.I.*
The energy budget in the near-wall region of a turbulent boundary layer*
Reprint from Applications of Laser Anemometry to Fluid Mechanics (R.J. Adrian et al., eds.), Springer-Verlag, 3*
1989. `
..61.0: mixture of organized structures and small-scale turbulence*
PRASAD, A.K.; KOSEFF, J.R.*
Reynolds number and end-wall effects on a lid-driven cavity flow*
Phys. Fluids A1, 208*
1989. `
..54.0,16.2: analogous to circumpolar jet*
ABRAHAMSON, S.D.; EATON, J.K.; KOGA, D.J.*
The flow between shrouded corotating disks*
Phys. Fluids A1, 241*
1989. `
..54.0: ratio of rotation to shear is main parameter - Ri is only a weak approx.*
SPEZIALE, C.G.; Mac GIOLLA MHUIRIS, N.*
Scaling laws for homogeneous turbulent shear flows in a rotating frame*
Phys. Fluids A1, 294*
1989. `
..05.0,07.0: modified mixing length*
HARITONIDIS, J.H.*
A model for near-wall turbulence*
Phys. Fluids A1, 302*
1989. `
..01.1: use velocity defect x time derivative, not just time derivative*
TABATABAI, M.; KAWALL, J.G.; KEFFER, J.F.*
Choice of the threshold level in a velocity-based conditional sampling procedure*
Phys. Fluids A1, 307*
1989. `
..05.0: not inner variables, they say*
SHAH, D.A.; ANTONIA, R.A.*
Scaling of the "bursting" period in turbulent boundary layer and duct flows*
Phys. Fluids A1, 318*
1989. `
..20.0,02.2: coherent structures - vortices - at 250 momentum thicknesses downstream*
JOVIC, S.; RAMAPRIAN, B.R.*
On the large-scale structure of the turbulent wake of a flat plate*
Phys. Fluids A1, 331*
1989. `
..02.1: VITA-based pattern recognition*
KOMORI, S.; MURAKAMI, Y.; UEDA, H.*
Detection of coherent structures associated with bursting events in an open-channel flow by a two-point measuring technique using two laser-Doppler velocimeters*
Phys. Fluids A1, 339*
1989. `
..25.6: cross-cross term strongly anticorrelated with Leonard term*
HORIUTI, K.*
The role of the Bardina model in large eddy simulation of turbulent channel flow*
Phys. Fluids A1, 426*
1989. `
..30.2,32.1:including sample BL measurement in 80 x 120*
REINATH, M.S.*
A long-range laser velocimeter for the national full-scale aerodynamics complex - new developments and experimental application*
NASA TM 101081*
1989. `
..50.0,11.3: low Re - pseudo-laminar BL*
DYBAN, Y.P.; FRIDMAN, E.A.*
Heat-transfer and friction coefficients near the forward stagnation point of a circular cylinder in turbulent flow of air*
Promyshlennaya Teplotekhnika vol. 11, no. 1, p. 7*
1989. `
..11.2,29.6: RGB calibration*
AKINO, N.; KUNUGI, T.; ET AL.*
A study on thermo-camera using a liquid-crystal (Method of multiple regression between color and temperature)*
HTD - Vol. 112, Heat Transfer Measurements, Analysis, and Flow visualization, (R.K. Shah, ed.), ASME, p. 115*
1989. `
..11.6,19.3: mapping closure -- time dependent nonlinear mapping of multivariate Gaussian to reproduce actual pdf which can be wildly non-Gaussian*
CHEN, H.; CHEN, S.; KRAICHNAN, R.H.*
Probability distribution of a stochistically advected scalar field*
Phys. Rev. Letters 63, 2657*
1989. `
..29.1: very comprehensive - from workshop techniques to vacuum technology*
MOORE, J.H; DAVIS, C.C.; COPLAN, M.A.*
Building Scientific Apparatus*
Addison-Wesley*
1989. `
..22.2: just so - Toulouse 1987*
ANDRE, J.-C.; ET AL.*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6*
Springer*
1989. `
..59.2,56.0: profile B = AS240 - transition problems. See Part I, Rept OA 71/2259 (1988)*
GLEYZES, C.*
Operation Stall - results of the second series of tests in F2 (pressure measurements and laser velocimetry)*
ONERA/CERT Toulouse, Tech. Rept. OA 71/2259*
1989. `
..11.6: useful review*
AMANN, C.A.*
The automobile spark-ignition engione - an historical perspective*
ICE -Vol. 8, History of the internal cobustion engine (E.F.C. Somerscales and A.A. Zagotta, eds.) ASME Book no I00294*
1989. `
..01.1,23.3: convection vel. and correlations. Discrepancies with others' results*
STRATARIDAKIS, C.J.; WHITE, B.R.; ROBINSON, S.K.*
Experimental measurements of large scale structures in an incompressible turbulent boundary layer using correlated X-probes*
AIAA-89-0133*
1989. `
..62.0,11.3: strong interaction between tower wake and jet - the (1990) Fric effect?*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Wind tunnel experiments on cooling tower plumes. Part I - In uniform cross flow*
J. Heat Transfer 111, 941*
1989. `
..62.0,11.3: stream/tower wake turbulence affects U and T fields differently*
ANDREOPOULOS, J.*
Wind tunnel experiments on cooling tower plumes. Part II - in non-uniform cross flow of boundary layer type*
J. Heat Transfer 111, 949*
1989. `
..29.6,32.2: introductory review - see AIAA-94-0046*
CHO, Y.-C.*
Digital image velocimetry*
Applied Optics 28, 740*
1989. `
..59.2: Boeing research airfoil - results sensitive to gap*
CELIK, Z.Z.*
Flow measurements of an airfoil with single-slotted flap*
AIAA-89-0533*
1989. `
..11.6: large-scale dimension 2.36, small-scale dimension 2.7*
SREENIVASAN, K.R.; PRASAD, R. R.*
New results on the fractal and multifractal structure of the large Schmidt number passive scalars in fully turbulent flows*
Physica D 38, 322*
1989. `
..55.0,11.3: distorting duct, constant area - normal component increases most. Blames dV/dy*
YOSHIDA, H.; FURUYA, T.; ECHIGO, R.*
The effect of lateral divergence on the structure of a turbulent channel flow and its heat transfer*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, Springer, p.269*
1989. `
..54.0,59.0: cold-flow dump combustor. Only longitudinal and tangential fluctuation measurements. Wright-Patt. work*
NEJAD, A.S.; ET AL.*
Application of laser velocimetry for characterization of confined swirling flow*
J. Engg for Gas Turbines and Power 111, 36*
1989. `
..54.0: without flow reversal - mentioned Huang calcs. in presentation*
BRADSHAW, P.*
Breakdown of a turbulent vortex*
Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 34, 2316*
1989. `
..05.0,12.1: ratio of turb. to mean dissipation - optimal solution is streamwise vortices*
MALKUS, W.V.R.; SMITH, L.M.*
Upper bounds on functions of the dissipation rate in turbulent shear flow*
J. Fluid Mech. 208, 479*
1989. `
..25.6,43.1: up to 64x64x98 points - pressure transport depends on SGS eddy vis*
MASON, P.J.*
Large eddy simulation of the convective atmospheric boundary layer*
J. Atmos. Sci. 46, 1492*
1989. `
..13.0,14.0: family of spectrum shapes*
AUPOIX, B.; COUSTEIX, J.; LIANDRAT, J.*
MIS - a way to derive the dissipation equation*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 6*
1989. `
..12.1,05.0: inhomogenous (near-wall) RDT*
ZEIERMAN, S.; ET AL.*
The distortion of weak turbulence by high strain*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 32*
1989. `
..54.0,19.1: Veeravalli-like. Microscale Re=40*
JACQUIN, L.; LEUCHTER, O.; GEFFROY, P.*
Experimental study of homogeneous turbulence in the presence of rotation*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 46*
1989. `
..11.2,25.6,04.0: includes Pr=0.1, so very low Pe*
KIM, J.; MOIN, P.*
Transport of passive scalars in a turbulent channel flow*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 85 and NASA TM 89463 *
1989. `
..11.3: shear reduces fluctuations*
STAPOUNTZIS, H.; BRITTER, R.E.*
Turbulent diffusion behind a heated line source in a nearly homogeneous turbulent shear flow*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 97*
1989. `
..11.3,11.1: behind grid - expts and second-order calcs.*
GIBSON, M.M.; JONES, W.P.; KANELLOPOULOS, V.E.*
Turbulent temperature mixing layer - measurement and modelling*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 119*
1989. `
..09.3: uv profiles and transport eqn calcs*
COUSTOLS, E.; TENAUD, C.; COUSTEIX, J.*
Manipulation of turbulent boundary layers in zero-pressure gradient flows - detailed experiments and modelling*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 164*
1989. `
..09.3: yes - but no discussion of net drag change*
LEMAY, J.; SAVILL, A.M.; BONNET, J.P.; DELVILLE, J.*
Some similarities between turbulent boundary layers manipulated by thin and thick flat plate manipulators*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 179*
1989. `
..45.0: vortex modulated by BL outer layer eddies*
DEVENPORT, W.J.; SIMPSON,R.L.*
Time-dependent structure in wing-body junction flows*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 232*
1989. `
..55.0: constant-area duct - all three normal stresses increase, especially that in the convergence direction*
YOSHIDA, H.; FURUYA, T.; ECHIGO, R.*
The effect of lateral divergence on the structure of a turbulent channel flow and its heat transfer*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 269*
1989. `
..59.0,31.1: normal plate plus splitter, and cylinder above flat plate - PWA*
CASTRO, I.P.; DIANAT, M.; HAQUE, A.*
Shear layers bounding separated regions*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 299*
1989. `
..59.0: LDA with step height/depth of 113 to 1/5*
NEZU, I.; NAKAGAWA, H.*
Turbulent structure of backward-facing step flow and coherent vortex shedding from reattachment in open channel flow*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 313*
1989. `
..59.0: orifice plate - LDA*
DURST, F.; FOUNTI, M.; WANG, A.B.*
Experimental investigation of the flow through an axisymmetric constriction*
Turbulent Shear Flows 6, (J.C. Andre et al., eds.), Springer, p. 338*
1989. `
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..13.0: need a nonlinear "slow" part*
LASHER, W.C.; TAULBEE, D.B.*
Calculation of turbulent backstep flow - Commentary on modelling of the pressure-strain correlation*
Engineering Turbulence Modeling and Experiments*
1990. `
..16.2,53.0:final writeup*
BASKARAN, V.; PONTIKIS, Y.G.; BRADSHAW, P.*
Experimental investigation of three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers on "infinite" curved swept wings*
J. Fluid Mech. 211, 95*
1990. `
..17.1,14.0:2D infinite plate and "Ekman"*
JUSTESEN, P.; SPALART, P.R.*
Two-equation turbulence modeling of oscillatory boundary layers*
AIAA-90-0496*
1990. `
..12.2,22.2: general review and mentions of new large facilities suggested at Grenoble workshop*
FRISCH, U.; ORSZAG, S.A.*
Turbulence - challenges for theory and experiment*
Physics Today, vol. 43, no. 1, p. 24*
1990. `
..28.3:son et lumiere - series of articles*
TAZELAAR, J.M.*
Multimedia*
BYTE vol. 15, no. 2, p. 200*
1990. `
..28.3: possibility of 3D storage, etc*
VOGELGESANG, P.*
Drowning in data*
BYTE vol. 15, no. 2, p. 251*
1990. `
..28.3: useful intro.*
POUNTAIN, R.*
Object-oriented programming*
BYTE vol. 15, no. 2, p. 257*
1990. `
..50.0,11.3: intensities up to 19 percent, and up to 26 percent increase in heat transfer*
AMES, F.E.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
Effects of simulated combustor turbulence on boundary layer heat transfer*
To be presented at AIAA Seattle meeting, June*
1990. `
..12.2: models of simultaneous cascade of more than one variable*
MENEVEAU, C.; SREENIVASAN, K.R.; KAILASNATH, P.; FAN, M.S.*
Joint multifractal measures - theory and applications to turbulence*
Phys. Rev. A 41, 894*
1990. `
..50.0,11.3: based on max u fluctuation, which is said to equal free stream if latter high enough*
MACIEJEWSKI, P.K.; MOFFAT, R.J.*
A correlation for boundary layer heat transfer accounting for free stream turbulence*
Submitted to 9th Int. Heat Transfer Conf., Jerusalem*
1990. `
..19.3: shot-noise model*
VEERAVALLI, S.V.; VEERAVALLI, V.V.*
Higher-order spectra of turbulent velocity fluctuations*
Submitted to Phys. Fluids A (unpublished?)*
1990. `
..14.0,25.5: Huntsville work -- FLUENT with k, eps.*
MAJUMDAR, A.K.; ET AL.*
Effect of idealized asymmetric inhibitor stubs on circumferential flow in the space shuttle SRM*
J. Prop. Power 6, 5*
1990. `
..09.5: (no suitable index category) -- negative masses do not violate Newton's laws. Not the same as antimatter*
FORWARD, R.L.*
Negative matter propulsion*
J. Prop. Power 6, 28*
1990. `
..59.0,54.0: Wright-Patt. work -- low speed, LDV and hot film*
SAMIMY, M.; ET AL.*
Nonaxisymmetric instabilities in a dump combustor with a swirling inlet flow*
J. Prop. Power 6, 78*
1990. `
..22.2: name due to Sommerfeld*
ROTT, N.*
Note on the history of the Reynolds number*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 22, 1*
1990. `
..59.2: including stability*
DRELA, M.*
Aerodynamics of human-powered flight*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 22, 93*
1990. `
..12.2,11.1: more specialized than book*
OTTINO, J.M.*
Mixing, chaotic advection, and turbulence*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 22, 207*
1990. `
..25.3: general review*
HESS, J.L.*
Panel methods in computational fluid dynamics*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 22, 255*
1990. `
..12.2: plasma as distinct from MHD*
SIMILON, P.L.; SUDAN, R.N.*
Plasma turbulence*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 22, 317*
1990. `
..47.2,59.2: also see Joubert and Larsson book*
LARSSON, L.*
Scientific methods in yacht design*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 22, 349*
1990. `
..30.3,24.4,18.2: mainly hypersonics*
BECKWITH, I.E.; MILLER, C.G.*
Aerothermodynamics and transition in high-speed wind tunnels at NASA Langley*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 22, 419*
1990. `
..24.2: just so -- 60 pages on absolute vs. convective instability*
HUERRE, P.; MONKEWITZ, P.A.*
Local and global instabilities in spatially developing flows*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 22, 473*
1990. `
..59.0: mainly discussion of absolute instability*
OERTEL, H.*
Wakes behind blunt bodies*
Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 22, 539*
1990. `
..16.2,45.0: concentrating on separation over nose*
JONES, G.S.*
The hemisphere-cylinder at an angle of attack*
AIAA-90-0050, Reno conference*
1990. `
..54.0,59.2: McDonnell work -- discussion of breakdown*
HAWK, J.; BARNETT, R.; O'NEIL, P.*
Investigation of high angle of attack vortical flow over delta wings*
AIAA-90-0101, Reno conference*
1990. `
..14.0: Texas A&M -- extension of Schiestel for k, eps.*
KO, S.H.; RHODE, D.L.*
Derivation and testing of a new multi-scale k, eps. turbulence model*
AIAA-90-0243, Reno conference*
1990. `
..14.0: ASM -- Lewis work*
DEMUREN, A.*
Calculation of turbulence-driven secondary motion in ducts with arbitrary cross-section*
AIAA-90-0245, Reno conference*
1990. `
..60.0: just so -- 152 references*
SETTLES, G.S.*
Swept shock/boundary-layer interactions -- tutorial and update*
AIAA-90-0375, Reno conference*
1990. `
..13.0: pressure-strain model -- fairly arbitrary assumptions*
LIN, A.*
On the mathematical modeling of the Reynolds stress's equations*
AIAA-90-0498, Reno conference*
1990. `
..54.0,59.2: see also 0101. Bursts without recirculation*
KEGELMAN, J.T.; ROOS, F.W.*
The flowfields of bursting vortices over moderately swept delta wings*
AIAA-90-0599, Reno conference*
1990. `
..05.0: latest stage -- including pairs of hairpins*
LIU, N.; SHAMROTH, S.; MCDONALD, H.*
Reciprocal interactions of hairpin-shaped vortices and a boundary layer*
AIAA-90-0017, Reno conference*
1990. `
..14.0: eddy viscosity method -- see AIAA-88-0221 for details of model equation for TKE transfer rate*
KIM, S.*
Calculation of reattaching shear layers in divergent channel with a multiple-time-scale turbulence model*
AIAA-90-0047, Reno conference*
1990. `
..49.0: 16, 20, 24 deg. -- thin entry BLs*
ZAMAN, K.; DAHL, M.*
Some observations on transitory stall in conical diffusers*
AIAA-90-0048, Reno conference*
1990. `
..04.0,24.4: small -- but VITA detection frequency depends on Re for Re, theta less than 2700*
WARK, C.E.; HUR, S.W.; NAGUIB, A.M.*
Effects of transition on the Reynolds-stress producing events in a turbulent boundary layer*
AIAA-90-0497, Reno conference*
1990. `
..24.1,18.1: interaction with subharmonic*
RAGAB, S.A.; WU, J.L.*
Instabilities of supersonic shear flows*
AIAA-90-0712, Reno conference*
1990. `
..54.0,59.2,23.0: Ames work -- peaky spectra*
McINERNY, S.A.; MEECHAM, W.C.; SODERMAN, P.T.*
Pressure fluctuations in the tip region of a blunt-tipped airfoil*
AIAA J. 28, 6*
1990. `
..59.2,48.0: chord Re 3 million, no trips on slat, aerofoil or flap*
NAKAYAMA, A.; KREPLIN, H.-P.; MORGAN, H.L.*
Experimental investigation of flowfield about a multielement airfoil*
AIAA J. 28, 14*
1990. `
..17.2: no measurements over aerofoil, Re only 50000*
PARK, S.O.; KIM, J.S.; LEE, B.I.*
Hot-wire measurements of near wakes behind an oscillating airfoil*
AIAA J. 28, 22*
1990. `
..60.0,61.0: review of fins*
LU, F.K.; SETTLES, G.C.; HORSTMAN, C.C.*
Mach number effects on conical surface features of swept shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions*
AIAA J. 28, 91*
1990. `
..19.1,11.1: timescale ratio determined by initial spectrum -- permanence of large eddies*
LEWALLE, J.*
Decay of velocity and temperature fluctuations in grid turbulence*
AIAA J. 28, 106*
1990. `
..14.0,53,0: calcs -- replaces AIAA J. 27, 23, 1989*
DEGANI, D.; SMITS, A.J.*
Effect of short regions of surface curvature on compressible turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 28, 113*
1990. `
..60.0,61.0: fin at M=3*
KIM, K.-S.; SETTLES, G.S.*
Skin friction measurements by laser interferometry in swept shock/boundary-layer interactions*
AIAA J. 28, 133*
1990. `
..29.2: see also AIAA J. 25, 567*
KAZIMIERSKI, Z.; HORODKO, L.*
Total pressure averaging by small-diameter tubes in pulsating flows*
AIAA J. 28, 140*
1990. `
..54.0,59.2: laminar -- bubble-type breakdown with recirculation, starting at x/c = 0 . 6*
THOMAS, J.L.; KRIST, S.T.; ANDERSON, W.K.*
Navier-Stokes computations of vortical flos over low-aspect-ratio wings*
AIAA J. 28, 205*
1990. `
..54.0,59.2: Rensselaer work for parallel vortex -- relevant to helicopter noise*
STRAUS, J.; RENZONI, P.; MAYLE, R.E.*
Airfoil pressure measurements during a blade-vortex interaction and a comparison with theory*
AIAA J. 28, 222*
1990. `
..09.3: 1985 work -- 2 flat-plate LEBUs*
GUEZENNEC, Y.G.; NAGIB, H.M.*
Mechanisms leading to net drag reduction in manipulated turbulent boundary layers*
AIAA J. 28, 245*
1990. `
..59.0: LDV meas. including triple products, starting at x/h = 0 . 2*
GOULD, R.D.; STEVENSON, W.H.; THOMPSON, H.D.*
Investigation of turbulent transport in an axisymmetric sudden expansion*
AIAA J. 28, 276*
1990. `
..24.2: horseshoes*
BIRINGEN, S.*
Numerical simulation of nonlinear structures in channel flow transition*
AIAA J. 28, 365*
1990. `
..25.6: mainly Rogers homo. results*
MOIN, P.*
Similarity of organized structures in turbulent shear flows*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 2*
1990. `
..24.2,25.6: 128^3 simulation of Klebanoff-type peak-valley splitting*
GILBERT, N.; KLEISER, L.*
Near-wall phenomena in transition to turbulence*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 7*
1990. `
..24.2,12.2: attractor and calcs. for 2D disturbances*
JIMENEZ, J.*
Bifurcations and turbulence in plane Poiseuille flow*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 28*
1990. `
..25.6: stochastic estimation and orthogonal decomposition*
MOSER, R.D.*
Statistical analysis of near-wall structures in turbulent channel flow*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 45*
1990. `
..12.2: sane view of not-very-stable attractors for turbulence - refers to eddies as "identifiable structures within the stochastic stew"*
KEEFE, L.R.*
Connecting coherent structures and strange attractors*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 63*
1990. `
..05.0,25.6: slender body calcs., homo. in x, following Hatzi. and Chapman*
HANRATTY, T.J.*
A conceptual model of the viscous wall region*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 81*
1990. `
..41.0: just so*
BRADSHAW, P.*
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. `
..50.0: normal plate plus splitter - review of Surrey work*
CASTRO, I.C.*
Free-stream turbulence effects on separated shear layers*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 123*
1990. `
..50.0: especially outer-layer structure*
DYBAN, E.P.; EPIK, E.Y.*
External flow turbulization effect of the wall turbulence structure*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 139*
1990. `
..53.0,05.0: significant effects on log law additive constants*
GIBSON, M.M.*
Effects of surface curvature on the law of the wall*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 157*
1990. `
..50.0,09.4,24.4: the works*
KOZLOV, V.E.; KUZNETSOV, V.R.; MINEEV, B.I.; SEKUNDOV, A.N.*
The influence of free-stream turbulence and surface ribbing on the characteristics of a transitional boundary layer*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 172*
1990. `
..60.0,17.1,23.0: no direct effects of shock oscillation on downstream turbulence*
SELIG, M.S.; SMITS, A.J.*
The dynamic behavior of a shock-wave/turbulent boundary layer interaction*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 190*
1990. `
..05.0: just so - part II by Robinson, Kline and Spalart*
KLINE, S.J.; ROBINSON, S.K.*
Quasi-coherent structures in the turbulent boundary layer - Part I. Status report on a community-wide summary of the data*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 200*
1990. `
..05.0,01.1: just so*
ROBINSON, S.K.; KLINE, S.J.; SPALART, P.R.*
Quasi-coherent structures in the turbulent boundary layer - Part II. Verification and new information from a numerically simulated flat-plate layer*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 218*
1990. `
..05.0,01.1: template is artificial hairpin in subcritical lam. BL*
SMITH, C.R.; LU, L.J.*
The use of a template-matching technique to identify hairpin vortex flow structures in turbulent boundary layers*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 248*
1990. `
..05.0: low-speed streaks and streamwise vortices*
BLACKWELDER, R.F.; SWEARINGEN, J.D.*
The role of inflectional velocity profiles in wall bounded flows*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 268*
1990. `
..29.6,46.0,02.1: 18 pairs of photos at short intervals*
UTAMI, T.; BLACKWELDER, R.F.*
Flow visualisation with image processing of three-dimensional features of coherent structures in an open-channel flow*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 289*
1990. `
..05.0: very odd non-monotonic variation of burst frequency with y*
WARK, C.E.; NAGIB, H.M.*
On the character of turbulence-producing events in near-wall turbulence*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 306*
1990. `
..23.0; numerical, computational and transducer resolution*
ECKELMANN, H.*
A review of knowledge on pressure fluctuations*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 328*
1990. `
..23.0,05.0: survey of Gottingen work*
DINKELACKER, A.*
Relations between wall pressure fluctuations and velocity fluctuations in turbulent pipe flow*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 348*
1990. `
..23.0,05.0: pressure as diagnostic*
KOBASHI, Y.; ICHIJO, M.*
Relation between wall pressure and turbulence structure*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 361*
1990. `
..05.0,23.0: VITA - but centering the structures in spanwise position*
JOHANSSON, A.V.; ALFREDSSON, P.H.; KIM, J.*
Velocity and pressure fields associated with near-wall turbulence structures*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 368*
1990. `
..23.0,05.0: k^(-1) and all that*
PANTON, R.L.*
Inner-outer structure of the wall-pressure correlation function*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 381*
1990. `
..05.0,23.0: primarily associated with v - but also large w*
HARITONIDIS, J.H.; GRESKO, L.S.; BREUER, K.S.*
Wall pressure peaks and wakes*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 397*
1990. `
..01.1: fairly detailed review of results*
ADRIAN, R.J.*
Linking correlations and structure - stochastic estimation and conditional averaging*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 420*
1990. `
..12.1,13.0: refers to transport equation for space-time correlations*
DUMAS, R.*
Observations on the boundary layer based on measured correlations with various improvements*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 437*
1990. `
..01.0,05.0: using 1985 unconditional data*
GUEZENNEC, Y.G.; CHOI, W.C.*
Stochastic estimation of coherent structures in turbulent boundary layers*
Near-wall Turbulence - 1988 Zaric Memorial Conf. (S.J. Kline and N.H. Afgan, eds.), Hemisphere, p. 453*
1990. `
..01.0: general review*
GEORGE, W.K.*
Insight into the dynamics of