Experimental and analytical study on the stability of a bounded jet at low Reynolds numbers by Juan Luis LВ©Д‘pez Download PDF EPUB FB2
Experimental and Analytical Study on the Stability of a Bounded Jet at Low Reynolds : Juan Luis Lopez. A series of steady flow experiments were described in which hydrodynamic factors are considered for the axisymmetric jet formed downstream of symmetric constrictions in circular pipes.
Results were obtained for several ratios of test section to constriction diameter, within a Reynolds number range from approximately 50 to The critical Reynolds number for onset of velocity Author: Juan Luis Lopez.
Experimental and analytical study on the stability of a bounded jet at low Reynolds numbers. By Juan Luis López. Abstract (Thesis) Thesis--University of Florida.(Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (leaves )(Statement of Responsibility) by Juan L. López (leaves ) Author: Juan Luis López.
Multigrid cross-correlation digital particle image velocimetry (MCCDPIV) is used to investigate the stability and structure of low Reynolds number axisymmetric jets.
The in-plane velocities, out-of-plane vorticity and some of the components of the Reynolds stress tensor are measured. Two Reynolds numbers based on the orifice outlet diameter are examined ( and Cited by: An experimental study of laminar jets sensitive to sound was conducted both in air and in water at low Reynolds numbers, the water jet permitting visual determination of a condition of neutral stability.
Plotted on a Reynolds‐Strouhal diagram, the neutral contours show the unstable region to be bounded at high Strouhal numbers and low Reynolds by: bounded jet, discharging steadily from a slot to stagnant bounded domain at different Reynolds numbers is considered.
The fluid dynamics of the velocity field is studied using contours and profiles. Also the centerline velocity decay is presented. 2 Problem Formulation Physics of Interest The geometry of interest is shown in Fig The air.
The shear layer development for a NACA airfoil at a low Reynolds number was investigated experimentally and numerically using large eddy simulation (LES). Two angles of attack (AOAs) were considered: 5 deg and 12 deg.
Experiments and numerics confirm that two flow regimes are present. Flow visualizations and phase-averaged particle image velocimetry (PIV) measurements of a jet in crossflow configuration at very low Reynolds numbers (Re j ≃ ) are performed in a water tunnel for jet-to-cross-stream velocity ratios R ranging from to The PIV vector fields and flow visualizations, carried out by injecting methylene blue dye and by the laser induced fluorescence (LIF.
The hyperbolic tangent shear layer and Bickley jet flows also show the stabilization by elasticity. We show the case p = 2 for both flows as a representative situation, for free surface and wall boundary results are displayed in Figs.
Fig. 5, Fig. 6, Fig. 7, Fig. plots show the imaginary part of the most unstable eigenvalue. 1 day ago This paper explores the flow structure, mean/turbulent statistical characteristics of the vector field and entrainment of round jets issued from a smooth contracting nozzle at low nozzle exit velocities (– m/s).
The motivation of the study was to increase understand of the near field and get insights on how to control and reduce entrainment, particularly in applications that use jets.
Computational and experimental analysis of dynamics of drop formation Physics of Flu ( subject to appropriate initial and boundary conditions is solved in two dimensions to analyze the dynamics at finite Reynolds numbers. “ An experimental study of.
Experimental data from jet-engine tests have indicated that unsteady blade row interactions and separation can have a significant impact on the efficiency of low-pressure turbine stages.
The flow was observed to be steady and symmetric at low Reynolds numbers, with recirculating eddies downstream of each baffle. At a critical Reynolds number (based on channel width and cross-sectional mean velocity) of approximately the flow became asymmetric and unsteady.
Numerical and Experimental Flow Analysis of Moving Airfoils with Laminar Separation Bubbles. A study of long separation bubble on thick airfoils and its consequent effects. and Experimental Investigations of Equivalence Between Pitch and Plunge Motions for Airfoils at Low Reynolds Numbers.
ON THE STABILITY OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL PARALLEL FLOWS PART I—GENERAL THEORY* BY C. LIN Guggenheim Laboratory, California Institute of Technology 1.
Introduction. The study of the stability of laminar motion and its transition to turbulence dates back to the time of Helmholtz and Reynolds , and had.
A liquid being ejected from a nozzle emanates from it as discrete, uniformly sized drops when the flow rate is sufficiently low. In this paper, an experimental study is presented of the dynamics of a viscous liquid drop that is being formed directly at the tip of a vertical tube into ambient air.
The evolution in time of the drop shape and volume is monitored with a time resolution of 1/12 to. The study is motivated by the fact that most plane wall jet studies in the past have been conducted for plane wall jets in relatively large enclosures and/or with slot Reynolds numbers (i.e., Re based on inlet height) corresponding with a turbulent regime.
As opposed to many previous studies, this study will not only focus on the wall jet. liquid jet; and, in doing so, it also explains the un-derlying mechanism responsible for the generation of perturbations in this liquid jet.
The subject of stability analysis in liquid jets has been studied for over a century. It began with Lord Rayleigh’s linear analysis of an inviscid low speed jet with no gas .
Weber  expanded. and the jet Reynolds number. These study is useful in designing the more effective synthetic jet actuators which gives momentum transfer at low Reynolds number. Kral Linda. D, John F. Donovan, Alan B. Cain, and Andrew W. Cary  have carried out Numerical Simulation of Synthetic jet Actuators.
At low Reynolds numbers (Re. In the present paper, such an approach has been used, and results are presented for a row of inclined cylindrical holes at blowing ratios of and 1 and Reynolds numbers of 11,respectively, based on the jet velocity and hole diameter.
An Experimental and Analytical Investigation of Rectangular Synthetic Jets At low Reynolds numbers, synthetic jets show some devia- retical models of the external ﬂow ﬁeld of the synthetic jet, fol-8, However, at higher Reynolds numbers synthetic jets ex. Measurements on a wall-mounted NACA airfoil with an aspect ratio (AR) of operating in the low Reynolds number (, based on chord) regime were performed.
The acoustic signature of a controlled-diffusion airfoil immersed in a flow is experimentally characterized. Acoustic measurements have been carried out in an anechoic open-jet-wind-tunnel for low Reynolds numbers (from 5 × 10 4 to × 10 5) and several angles of with the NACA, the acoustic spectrum is dominated by discrete tones.
This book gathers contributions to the 21 st biannual symposium of the German Aerospace Aerodynamics Association (STAB) and the German Society for Aeronautics and Astronautics (DGLR). The individual chapters reflect ongoing research conducted by the STAB members in the field of numerical and experimental fluid mechanics and aerodynamics, mainly for (but not limited to).
The Principle of Dimensional Homogeneity Re p Re m V 0. p 0 (0 0. 1 ) or V p m/s cm/s Ans. C Fp C Fm or F p 10 7 N Ans. It would obviously be difficult to measure such a tiny drag force. Historically, the first person to write. spectrum presents a problem for the experimental or analytical methodolo- of this fundamental understanding together into one book and to present a unifying approach to the fundamental ideas of multiphase ﬂows.
Conse- At high Reynolds number 53 At low Reynolds number 56 Molecular eﬀects An expansion in terms of the ratio λ of the characteristic crossflow velocity U ∞ to jet velocity U j, where λ=U ∞ /U j ≪1, is used to obtain a representation of the basic three-dimensional steady flow in the nearfield of a transverse jet at large Reynolds numbers and to study its dominant instability.
The inviscid vortex sheet analysis of Coelho and Hunt is extended so as to include. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title.
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On the basis of several numerical and experimental studies, the fact of the matter is that physically the flow in a driven cavity is not two‐dimensional above moderate Reynolds numbers.
However, there exist numerical solutions for two‐dimensional‐driven cavity flow at high Reynolds numbers. Transition in Wall-Bounded Shear Flows: The Role of Modern Stability Theory (P J Schmid) A Framework for Control of Fluid Flow (A Guégan et al.) Instabilities Near the Attachment-Line of Swept Wings (J Sesterhenn & R Friedrich) Experimental Study of Wall Turbulence: Implications for Control (I Marusic & N Hutchins).turbulent region of a round jet, using an improved implementation of Digital Particle Image Velocimetry (DPIV).
The two-dimensional flow field in planes normal and parallel to the axial velocity was measured at locations between 15 and 30 diameters downstream, for two Reynolds numbers of  S.
K. Rathore and M. K. Das, "Comparison of two low-Reynolds number turbulence models for fluid flow study of wall bounded jets," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol. 61, no. 1, pp.