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, 2006
"... Estimates for the twodimensional NavierStokes equations in terms of the ..."
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Estimates for the twodimensional NavierStokes equations in terms of the
Turbulence statistics in fully developed channel flow at low Reynolds number
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, 1987
"... A direct numerical simulation of a turbulent channel flow is performed. The unsteady NavierStokes equations are solved numerically at a Reynolds number of 3300, based on thc mean centreline velocity and channel halfwidth, with about 4 x los grid points (192 x 129 x 160 in 2, y, 2). All essential t ..."
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A direct numerical simulation of a turbulent channel flow is performed. The unsteady NavierStokes equations are solved numerically at a Reynolds number of 3300, based on thc mean centreline velocity and channel halfwidth, with about 4 x los grid points (192 x 129 x 160 in 2, y, 2). All essential
Low Reynolds Number Airfoils
, 2001
"... Low Reynolds number flows concern flows with a small ratio of viscous to inertial forces. Laminar flow dominates this flow region. Low Reynolds number flight is the most common (birds, insects...) ..."
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Low Reynolds number flows concern flows with a small ratio of viscous to inertial forces. Laminar flow dominates this flow region. Low Reynolds number flight is the most common (birds, insects...)
Reynolds Number Effects on the
"... A High Speed Civil Transport (HSCT) configuration was tested in the National Transonic Facility at the NASA Langley Research Center as part of NASA's High Speed Research Program. A series of tests included longitudinal and lateral/directional studies at transonic and low speed, highlift condi ..."
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lift conditions across a range of Reynolds numbers from that available in conventional wind tunnels to near flight conditions.
Re Reynolds number.
, 1963
"... The structure of laminar diffusion flames is analyzed in the limiting case of large, although finite, reaction rates. It is shown that the chemical reaction takes place only in a very thin region or «chemical boundary layer* where convection effects may be neglected. Then the temperature and mass fr ..."
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fraction distributions within the reaction zone are obtained analytically. The flame position, rates of fuel consumption, and temperature and concentration distributions outside of the reaction zone may be obtained by using the assumption of infinite reaction rates. For large Reynolds numbers mixing
LowReynoldsNumber) Aerodynamic
"... A sailplane being developed at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center will support a highaltitude flight experiment. The experiment will measure the performance parameters of an airfoil at high altitudes (70,000 to 100,000 ft), low Reynolds numbers (200,000 to 700,000), and high subsonic Mach num ..."
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A sailplane being developed at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center will support a highaltitude flight experiment. The experiment will measure the performance parameters of an airfoil at high altitudes (70,000 to 100,000 ft), low Reynolds numbers (200,000 to 700,000), and high subsonic Mach
Re Reynolds number
"... The generation of a fully turbulent boundary layer profile is investigated using analytical and numerical methods over the Reynolds number range 300 ≤ Reθ ≤ 31000. The predictions are validated against reference wind tunnel measurements with a zero streamwise pressure gradient. The analytical metho ..."
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The generation of a fully turbulent boundary layer profile is investigated using analytical and numerical methods over the Reynolds number range 300 ≤ Reθ ≤ 31000. The predictions are validated against reference wind tunnel measurements with a zero streamwise pressure gradient. The analytical
What is the Reynolds number of the
, 1998
"... Several authors have now suggested that some interstellar clouds above the plane of the Galaxy are interacting with the Reynolds ’ layer, the warm ionized gas extending well above (H ∼ = 910 pc) the Galactic plane (Reynolds 1993). Characterizing the interaction between these clouds and their surrou ..."
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and their surroundings should be useful in understanding one source of interstellar turbulence: vertical shear flows. This paper discusses how studies of the morphology and drag coefficient of falling clouds might be used to constrain the Reynolds number for the flow, and hence the effective viscosity of the warm
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