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Turbulence pp 193-229 | Cite as

Calculation of Turbulent Flows

  • W. C. Reynolds
  • T. Cebeci
Part of the Topics in Applied Physics book series (TAP, volume 12)

Abstract

This chapter deals only with the calculation of the velocity field. Calculation of heat or pollutant transfer, which depends on knowledge of the velocity field, is discussed in Chapter 6. The present discussion refers mainly to shear layers, being the commonest type of flow with significant Reynolds stresses, and some of the methods presented are restricted to particular types of thin shear layer, notably boundary layers.

Keywords

Shear Layer Turbulence Model Eddy Viscosity Viscous Sublayer Free Shear Layer 
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  • T. Cebeci

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