Boundary Layer Effects - Proceedings of the U.S. Air Force/Federal Republic of Germany Data Exchange Agreement Meeting (5th). Held at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio on 28-29 April 1976.
Technical rept. Jun 75-Apr 76,
AIR FORCE FLIGHT DYNAMICS LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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In 1968 the United States Air Force and the Federal Republic of Germany signed a Data Exchange Agreement numbered AF-68-G-7416 entitled Boundary Layer Effects. The purpose was to exchange data in the area of boundary layer research. It includes both experimental and theoretical boundary layer research at speeds from subsonic to hypersonic in the presence of laminar, transitional, and turbulent boundary layers. The main effort in recent years has been on turbulent boundary layers which are both attached and separated in the presence of such parameters as pressure gradients, wall temperature, surface roughness, etc. The research presented in this report covers the period from June 1975 - April 1976. In the United States the research was conducted in various Departments of Defense Laboratories, N.A.S.A., and private universities. In the Federal Republic of Germany it was carried out within the DFVLR Laboratories, Universities, and industry. Author
- Fluid Mechanics