Layer-by-layer kinematic similitude in plane turbulent flows
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This paper demonstrates for the first time that certain dimensionless characteristics established for a fully developed plane turbulent flow also hold true for the near-wall layer of this flow, if its thickness is appreciably greater than that of a viscous sublayer.
Keywordsturbulent flow plane-flow velocity roughness of wall layer-by- layer similitude
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