The results obtained in measuring the parameters in transverse sections and along the axis of submerged helium, air, and Freon jets are given along with the trends in the variation of the apparent additional mass of these jets.
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Golubev, V.A., Klimkin, V.F. Investigation of submerged turbulent gas jets with different densities. Journal of Engineering Physics 34, 333–338 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00859923
- Statistical Physic
- Transverse Section
- Additional Mass
- Apparent Additional Mass