Couette Longitudinal Turbulent Flow Between Coaxial Cylinders
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Within the framework of the model of anisotropic wall turbulence, an analytical solution is obtained for the problem on turbulent incompressible-fluid flow between two coaxial circular cylinders due to the motion of the internal cylinder along the common axis (Couette flow). The velocity profile and the surface-friction coefficient of the internal cylinder are determined. The solution is compared to the existing solutions and to experimental data.
Keywordswall turbulence two-layer flow in the gap boundary of flow subregions velocity profile surface friction
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