Analysis of Three-Dimensional Turbulent Shear Flow Experiments with Respect to Algebraic Modeling Parameters.
Technical rept. 1 Jul 94-15 Jul 97,
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST AND STATE UNIV BLACKSBURG DEPT OF AEROSPACE AND OCE AN ENGINEERING
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The extension of simple two-dimensional turbulent boundary layer TBL concepts to three-dimensional flows has met with limited success due to non-equilibrium effects. Transport equations for some turbulent stresses are proposed to account for the non-equilibrium effects. This study is aimed at developing algebraic relationships among the various Reynolds-averaged terms in these equations to reduce the number of modeled parameters, specifically the triple products. Eleven existing experimental data sets, with a variety of flow geometries, that included all six Reynolds stresses and triple products were acquired from the original authors and re-examined with respect to algebraic parameters.
- Fluid Mechanics