A REVIEW OF THE ANALYTICAL METHODS APPLIED TO THE SEPARATED TURBULENT BOUNDARY-LAYER PROBLEM
Final rept. 5 Jun-1 Sep 1967
ARNOLD ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT CENTER ARNOLD AFB TN
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An investigation of the various parameters that affect separation was undertaken to determine if scale effects exist. For example, in incompressible flow a full, thick, turbulent boundary layer will separate more readily in an adverse pressure gradient than a thin boundary layer. The emphasis throughout is on the two-dimensional, forward facing step and compression corners and the shock wave boundary-layer interaction.
- Fluid Mechanics