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**Harvard**

Andersson, H., Johansson, B., Löfdahl, L. och Nielsen, P. (1991) *Turbulence in the Vicinity of a Rotating Cylinder in a Quiescent Fluid*.

** BibTeX **

@conference{

Andersson1991,

author={Andersson, Helge and Johansson, Bert and Löfdahl, Lennart and Nielsen, Pål-Jahre},

title={Turbulence in the Vicinity of a Rotating Cylinder in a Quiescent Fluid},

booktitle={Eight Turbulence Shear Flow Conference, Munchen},

abstract={An experimental and numerical investigation of the turbulence field in the vicinity of a rotating cylinder in a quiescent fluid has been carried out. Radial distributions of mean velocity and non-vanishing Reynolds stress components have been measured using hot-wire technique, and corresponding components have been calculated with a low-Reynolds number second- moment closure model. From the measurements it can be concluded the turbulence field is established in the present set up at a Reynolds number which is roughly twenty times larger than earlier measurements have shown. Comparisons between calculations and measurements yield some deviations. However, a qualitatively good agreement is obtained. In the paper, different methods for the determination of the friction velocity are also described and discussed.},

year={1991},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Conference Proceedings

SR Print

ID 125276

A1 Andersson, Helge

A1 Johansson, Bert

A1 Löfdahl, Lennart

A1 Nielsen, Pål-Jahre

T1 Turbulence in the Vicinity of a Rotating Cylinder in a Quiescent Fluid

YR 1991

T2 Eight Turbulence Shear Flow Conference, Munchen

AB An experimental and numerical investigation of the turbulence field in the vicinity of a rotating cylinder in a quiescent fluid has been carried out. Radial distributions of mean velocity and non-vanishing Reynolds stress components have been measured using hot-wire technique, and corresponding components have been calculated with a low-Reynolds number second- moment closure model. From the measurements it can be concluded the turbulence field is established in the present set up at a Reynolds number which is roughly twenty times larger than earlier measurements have shown. Comparisons between calculations and measurements yield some deviations. However, a qualitatively good agreement is obtained. In the paper, different methods for the determination of the friction velocity are also described and discussed.

LA eng

OL 30