AN INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF REYNOLDS NUMBER ON VELOCITY SURVEYS CONDUCTED IN THE SUBSONIC WIND TUNNEL.
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Results are presented of an investigation of the effect of Reynolds number on velocity surveys conducted in a subsonic wind tunnel. A series of velocity surveys was conducted over a wide range of wind velocities. The surveys were made behind two configurations--an axisymmetrical body with appendages and a three-cycle wake screen. The shape of the velocity distribution curves was related to changes in wind velocity the mean values of the distributions were also related to velocity. Author
- Fluid Mechanics