Structure of Two-Dimensional Turbulent Wall-Jets in the Presence of Adverse Pressure Gradients.
Final technical rept. Mar 74-Jun 75,
JET PROPULSION LAB PASADENA CALIF
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The mechanism by which wall jets prevent boundary layer separation and diffuser stall has been experimentally examined. Mean velocity profiles and turbulence statistics in both the separated and jet-energized boundary layer have been measured in the presence of a coflowing stream and adverse pressure gradients. Some preliminary conclusions are suggested. Author
- Fluid Mechanics