Asymptotic Analysis of Turbulent Channel and Boundary Layer Flow.
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Asymptotic expansion techniques are used in the limit of large Reynolds number, to study the structure of fully turbulent shear layers. Two cases examined are channel or pipe flow and two-dimensional boundary layer flow with an applied pressure gradient, upstream of any separation. Attention, for these two cases, is confined to the flow of incompressible constant-property fluids. Closure is effected through the introduction of an eddy viscosity model formulated with sufficient generality so that most existing models are special cases.
- Fluid Mechanics