A Computational Model for Three-Dimensional Incompressible Small Cross Flow Wall Jets.
Final rept. 30 Jun 76-30 Jun 77,
ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL THOUSAND OAKS CALIF SCIENCE CENTER
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A computational model based on H. Kellers box scheme has been used to characterize turbulent incompressible wall jets in the small cross flow approximation prototypic of flows over upper-surface-blown and augmenter wings. Submerged and coflowing cases are considered. An eddy viscosity model was used to simulate the effects of turbulence. Approximate models are identified for flows in which the jet height tends to zero. If the span flow is introduced through a lateral curvature term appearing in the spanwise momentum equation, the effect of the turbulent coupling on the surface pressures, and peak spanwise velocities is weak. Author
- Fluid Mechanics