Laminariscent Turbulent Boundary Layers: Experiments on Nozzle Flows.
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Because a turbulent boundary layer in a nozzle undergoes strong acceleration, a laminariscent boundary layer with the benefit of a lower surface heat transfer rate can result for some short distance. Here several phenomena which accompany laminarescence produced by strong acceleration are examined for nozzle-flow and sink-flow accelerational distributions, respectively.
- Fluid Mechanics