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1 FACE8 Turbulence and Mixing FACE8 2006 Turbulence and Mixing
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2 FACE8 Turbulence and Mixing Recommended reading · Frank M. White (1991): ”Viscous fluid flow”, McGraw- Hill International Editions, Mechanical Engineering Series. ISBN0-07-100995-7 · H. Schlichting and K. Gersten (2002). ”Boundary layer theory, 8th revised and enlarged edition”, Springer Verlag. ISBN 3-540-66270-7 Also previous editions are recommended (published by McGraw- Hill)! · Munson, Young and Okiishi. ”Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics” General fluidmechanics books normally have a chapter on boundary layers · A. Walz (1966). ”Strömungs- und Temperaturgrenzschichten, 1st edition”, Braun Also in english · G.M. Homsy et al (2000). ”Multi-media Fluid Mechanics, Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-78748-3 · Beér & Chigier (1972). ”Combustion aerodynamics”. Applied Science Publ. ISBN 0 85334 513 9
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3 FACE8 Turbulence and Mixing Structure of lecture 2 · 8.15-8.30 Introduction · 8.30-9.00 Boundary layers · 9.00-9.15 Break · 9.15-9.45 Boundary layers · 9.45-10.30 Problem solving session · 10.30-10.45 Break · 10.45-11.15 Problem solving session · 11.15-11.30 Presentation of results · 11.30-12.00 BL+free shear flows
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4 FACE8 Turbulence and Mixing Fundamentals of boundary layers 2 2 1 y u x p y u v x u u t u + = + + ν ρ The boundary layer The governing (Prandtls) equations 0 = y p 0 = + y v x u ρ
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