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作者:S Ghosal1997被引用次数:63 — Turbulent wakes are known to develop self-similarly sufficiently far downstream from obstacles that generate them. It has long been assumed that the ...
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作者:S Ghosala1997被引用次数:63 — A numerical study of self-similarity in a turbulent plane wake using large-eddy simulation. Sandip Ghosala). Center for Turbulence Research, ...
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A numerical study of self-similarity in a turbulent plane wake using large-eddy simulation.
作者:S Ghosal1997被引用次数:63 — Turbulent wakes are known to develop self-similarly sufficiently far downstream from obstacles that generate them. It has long been assumed that the ...
Figure 5. Vorticity statistics in self-similar coordinates using DLM. DM ; ; ; No model ltered DNS . The gures are (clockwise from top left) h!x.
Turbulent wakes are known to develop self-similarly sufficiently far downstream from obstacles that generate them. It has long been assumed that the spreading ...
A numerical study of self-similarity in a turbulent plane wake using large-eddy simulation | Ghosal, Sandip; Rogers, Michael M. | download | BookSC. Download  ...
Ames Research Center1995Aerodynamics
Ames Research Center. Self - Similar Turbulent Plane Wakes Michael M. Rogers , Principal Investigator Co - investigators : Robert D. Moser , S. Scott Collis ...
P. Sagaut2006Science
118, 24–37 Ghosal, S., Rogers, M. (1997): A numerical study of self-similarity in a turbulent plane wake using large-eddy simulation. Phys.

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