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effect of turbulence on developing turbulent pipe flow.

M. I. Bellou

effect of turbulence on developing turbulent pipe flow.

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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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MSc thesis, Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering.

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effect of turbulence on developing turbulent pipe flow. by M. I. Bellou Download PDF EPUB FB2

We demonstrate for pipe flow that appropriate distortions to the velocity profile lead to a complete collapse of turbulence and subsequently friction losses are reduced by as much as 90%.Cited by: Perturbing turbulence a, Direct numerical simulations of pipe flow starting from turbulent initial conditions (taken from a run at Re = 10,), rescaled by a constant factor k and added to the.

The streamwise turbulence intensity in the intermediate layer of turbulent pipe flow - Volume - J. Vassilicos, J.-P. Laval, J.-M. Foucaut, M. StanislasCited by: In fully developed turbulent pipe flows (i.e.

after sufficient development length), the turbulence intensity at a certain radial position across the pipe remains always constant when moving in.