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Self-similar compressible free vortices

Self-similar compressible free vortices

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Published by Joint Institute for Aeronautics and Acoustics, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, Joint Institute for Aeronautics and Acoustics, Stanford University, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Stanford, Calif.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vorticity.,
  • Vortices.,
  • Incompressible flow.,
  • Perturbation.,
  • Numerical analysis.,
  • Lie groups.,
  • Two dimensional flow.,
  • Axisymmetric flow.,
  • Prandtl number.,
  • Free flow.,
  • Navier-Stokes equation.,
  • Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSelf similar compressible free vortices.
    StatementKarl von Ellenrieder.
    SeriesJIAA TR -- 121., [NASA contractor report] -- NASA/CR-208351., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-208351.
    ContributionsJoint Institute for Aeronautics and Acoustics.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18133565M

    Eddy Structure Identification in Free Turbulent Shear Flows Selected Papers from the IUTAM Symposium entitled: “Eddy Structures Identification in Free Turbulent Shear Flows” Poitiers, France, 12–14 October Editors: Bonnet, J.P., Glauser, M.N. (Eds.) Free Preview. ample, in blu -body wakes. It will be demonstrated that by using a hollow vortex model of the vortices signi cant mathematical progress can be made in the weakly compressible case. Mathematically, a non-linear free boundary problem must be solved and, in the two-dimensional setting, we show that there is.

    Quasi-steady and unsteady Goertler vortices on concave wall: experiment and theory. Pages Finite dimensional models for perturbed self-similar turbulent flows. Pages Advances in Turbulence XI Book Subtitle Proceedings of the 11th EUROMECH European Turbulence Conference, June , , Porto, Portugal.   Kolmogorov Spectra of Turbulence I by V. E. Zakharov, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

    Barotropic, Inviscid, Compressible Flows: Vortex Lines Frozen Into adopt a solution to the equations of fluid dynamics in which vortex-free fluid slips freely past By inserting these self-similar vx and vy into the xcomponent of the force-balance equa-File Size: 1MB. Implies self-similar growth. L~y • Mechanism 1: continuous growth of hairpins in an aging packet • Mechanism 2: discontinuous growth by hairpin merger • δ-scale motions- ‘large scale motions’, L~ δ(‘Bulges’ in BL’s) •Super δ-scale motions- ‘very large-scale motions’, L>> δ 0 0 50


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Get this from a library. Self-similar compressible free vortices. [Karl Von Ellenrieder; Joint Institute for Aeronautics and Acoustics.].

Full text of "Self-Similar Compressible Free Vortices" See other formats JOINT INSTITUTE FOR AERONAUTICS AND ACOUSTICS NASA/CR./^^^ National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center JIAATR Stanford University?/ '"3 y ' *tf- SELF-SIMILAR COMPRESSIBLE FREE VORTICES Karl von EUenrieder Department of Aeronautics and.

A new analytical solution for self-similar compressible vortices is derived in this paper. Based on the previous incompressible formulation of intense vortices, we derived a theoretical model that includes density and temperature variations.

The governing equations Cited by: Recently, Yuen found a kind of vortical and self-similar flows of the 2D compressible Euler equations [18].

It is noticed that the existing exact solutions of the Self-similar compressible free vortices book function u mentioned Author: Manwai Yuen. In this paper, we present rotational and self-similar solutions for the compressible Euler equations in R3R3 using the separation method.

These solutions partly complement Yuen’s irrotational Author: Manwai Yuen. Self-similar, slightly compressible, free vortices JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS von Ellenrieder, K. D., Cantwell, B. ; View details for Web of Science ID Elliptic curves and three-dimensional flow patterns NONLINEAR DYNAMICS Cantwell, B.

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Send me an email [email protected] if you would like a copy of this. Direct numerical simulation of a spatially developing supersonic mixing layer with a convective Mach number of is conducted. The present work focuses on the structural evolution and the turbulent statistics, and both instantaneous and time-averaged data are utilized to obtain further insight into the dynamical behaviors of the by: 4.

between any pair of vortices initially (Batchelor ). But as explored for n = 3 in Aref (, ), Novikov and Sedov (), and Kimura (), for self-similar motion and some additional conditions for intensities of vortices, the three vortices can collide in the center of vorticity in finite time.

In the present paper the dynamics of the coupling process of compressible vortex pairs is analyzed by means of extensive numerical simulations. The objective of the study is to determine the effects of the initial vortex spatial structure and of the compressibility. Different vortex structures have been considered and their influence on the vorticity dynamics has been by: Kimura (), three vortices that are in a self-similar motion, under some additional conditions for circulation and the initial positions of the vortices, can be collided in the center of the vorticity in finite time.

Here it will be numerically demonstrated that such a collapse is possible for any n > 3. 3 Self-Similar Motion of n Vortices. @article{osti_, title = {Self-organization of vortex-length distribution in quantum turbulence: An approach based on the Barabasi-Albert model}, author = {Mitani, Akira and Tsubota, Makoto}, abstractNote = {The energy spectrum of decaying quantum turbulence at T=0 obeys Kolmogorov's law.

In addition to this, recent studies revealed that the vortex-length distribution (VLD), meaning the. In this article, we give a survey of works (mostly for the last ten years) devoted to statements and solutions of parabolic problems modelling physical processes in solids having a discontinuity on the boundary at the initial instant of time.

For one-dimensional processes, the notion of generalized vortex diffusion is introduced, which is characterized by rather general kinematics of the Cited by: 2. Brian J. Cantwell – PUBLICATIONS, February 1, Archive papers B. Self-similar, slightly compressible, free vortices. of Fluid Mechanics, CANTWELL, B.

Elliptic curves and three-dimensional flow patterns The book is pages plus a CD containing symmetry analysis software developed by the author. The vortices are temporarily self-similar if their next rotation period is proportional to their last one.

Otherwise there would be a special, distinguished time scale, a contradiction of self-similarity. Figure 2 illustrates the evolution of the rotation period of temporally self-similar turbulence. The line must be straight and. must be a. Mathematics has always played a key role for researches in fluid mechanics.

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The aim of these notes is to present in a comprehensive and relatively self-contained way some recent developments in the mathematical analysis of two-dimensional viscous flows. We consider the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in the whole plane $\mathbb{R}$ 2, and assume that the initial vorticity is a finite by: 4.

Increasing our resolution by one step (recall Chapter 11) we see that the quanta of space are really just vortices in superspace. The collection of those vortices make up the medium we call space, or the 3D vacuum. These vortices are made up of sub-quanta, and they move through the sub-quanta medium.

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