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Unformatted text preview: frequency, etc., and its relationship to drag. Drag reduction by optimized microgrooves (riblets). Reading s : Pope, p. 298 ff . White, pp 409421, 429443 . Schlichting, Chapter 21 . Bradshaw, Chapter 2 . Cebeci & Smith . Analysis of Turbulent Boundary Layers . Academic, 1974 . For Section 6.7, see for example: Bushnell & McGinley, "Turbulence control in wall flows ". Ann. Rev. Fluid Mec h., Vol. 2 (1989) : p 1 for an overview. See Hinze, pp 68184 for the physical picture (but not for the scaling laws for the bursting frequency, for which better expressions are found in Blackwelder & Haritonidis, J. Fluid Mech. 132 (1983) : 87103. For drag reduction by riblets, see for example: Walsh & Lindemann, AIAA840347; Gallagher & Thomas, AIAA842185; Bechert et al, AIAA850546....
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