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Instrumentation development for study of Reynolds analogy in reacting flows

Dianne J. DeTurris

Instrumentation development for study of Reynolds analogy in reacting flows

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Friction measurement.,
  • Heat transfer.,
  • Reacting flow.,
  • Skin friction.,
  • Strain gages.,
  • Supersonic combustion.,
  • Supersonic combustion ramjet engines.,
  • Supersonic flow.,
  • Turbulent boundary layer.,
  • Wall flow.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD.J. DeTurris.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 110196.
    ContributionsLangley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15421527M

    Reynolds-stress tensor, it was not computationally feasible for the next few decades to solve complex enginccring flows based on a full second-order closure. By the s, with the wide availability of high-speed com-puters, a new thrust in the development and implementation of second-. The present study investigates the wake flow structure behind a generic ground vehicle (Ahmed body). The flow field analysis is performed by solving three-dimensional Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes equation in finite volume approach. Accuracy of RANS calculations is investigated to obtain the correct representation of the wake flow behind the. The Reynolds analogy related the flow parameters to the thermal parameters. If a given flow field can be determined, the heat transfer characteristics can be found by using the Reynolds analogy. A modified Reynolds analogy has been obtained to take into consideration of the fact that Prandtle number Pr is usually not equal to one: Note: The. The numerical experiments are done at different Reynolds numbers of the flow and spacing is kept fixed meter. The study aims to observe the motion of different phases in the wake of the cylinders when there is an interaction between the flows of the cylinders and while the flow becomes non-interacting for a gradual increase of Reynolds number.


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Extensive discussion of Reynolds analogy for chemically reacting laminar and turbulent flat plate boundary layers is presented by Dorrance (). Although the flat plate reference enthalpy (FPRE) method for skin friction and Reynolds analogy for heat transfer are based on flat plate (constant pressure) flows and isothermal walls (T w.

1 The Reynolds Analogy We describe the physical mechanism for the heat transfer coefficient in a turbulent boundary layer because most aerospace vehicle applications have turbulent boundary layers.

The treatment closely follows that in Eckert and Drake (). Very near the wall, the fluid motion is smooth and laminar, and molecular conduction and shear are important. The Reynolds Analogy is popularly known to relate turbulent momentum and heat transfer.

That is because in a turbulent flow (in a pipe or in a boundary layer) the transport of momentum and the transport of heat largely depends on the same turbulent eddies: the velocity and the temperature profiles have the same shape.

The main assumption is that heat flux q/A in a turbulent system is. THE analogy which was pointed out by Osborne Reynolds between heat transfer and friction in the flow of fluids is well known.

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Reference temperature method and Reynolds analogy for chemically reacting nonequilibrium flowfields. Nonreacting and equilibrium chemically reacting turbulent boundary-layer flows. Heat Transfer in Nonequilibrium Flows with Homogeneous and.

For the present configuration and operating conditions, the optimal Prandtl/Schmidt number islower than the commonly accepted values, ∼ This study suggests that for accurate prediction of scalar transfers in turbulent reacting flows, the Reynolds analogy concept should be improved and new approaches should be developed.

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Results of an experimental study of smooth-wall, fully developed, turbulent channel flow are presented. The Reynolds number (Re m) based on the channel height and the bulk mean velocity ranged from 10 to The present results indicate that the skin-friction coefficient (C f) closely follows a power law for Re m Reynolds numbers, C f is best described by a log law.

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the flow separation above UTM 2D Airfoil at three different Reynolds numbers which are 1 × 10, × 10 and 2 × 10 using pressure distribution. Denham and M. Patrick, “ Laminar flow over a downstream-facing step in a two-dimensional flow channel,” Trans.

Inst. Chem. Eng. 52, (). Google Scholar; R. Pitz and J. Daily, “An experimental study of combustion: The turbulent structure of a reacting shear layer formed at a rearward-facing step,” NASA Contract. DOI: /ds_analogy The convective transport of mass, momentum and heat normally occurs through a thin boundary layer close to the wall.

The equations governing the transport of these quantities are analogous and are exact [Incropera & DeWitt ()] for laminar flow if the pressure gradient is equal to zero and the Prandtl. Equations are given that relate the entrance length to Reynolds number for pipe and channel geometries with a flat velocity profile as the initial condition.

These equations are linear combinations of the creeping flow and boundary layer solutions. The former is obtained by minimization of the viscous dissipation using the finite element method. the Reynolds analogy to the Navier-Stokes computations of Mach two-dimensional compression ramp flows.

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Because of the low-frequency assumption, results from steady-state laminar flows can be used to investigate the Reynolds number effects on wind noise reduction. Three types of flow have been studied in this paper: an inviscid case, a low-Reynolds-number Stokes flow, and intermediate- and high-Reynolds-number flows.

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