Measurement of Spanwise Distribution of Turbulent Structures
Techniques which can be used to determine the three-dimensional nature of the structure within turbulent flows are described. The methods include spanwise, space-time correlations based on conventional and intermittency signals and evaluation of co-spectra and coherence.
KeywordsTurbulent Boundary Layer Turbulent Structure Coherence Function Spanwise Direction Vortex Street
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