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Evolution of disturbances in stagnation point flow

Evolution of disturbances in stagnation point flow

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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:
  • Fluid dynamics.

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    StatementWilliam O. Criminale, Thomas L. Jackson, D. Glenn Lasseigne.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 191516., ICASE report -- no. 93-56., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-191516., ICASE report -- no. 93-56.
    ContributionsJackson, Thomas L., Lasseigne, D. Glenn., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14697294M

      For inviscid flow I would define a stagnation point as where the velocity is zero. Forget about the idea of "in one direction". The velocity at every point in any flow field is zero in one direction (actually, in an infinite number of directions, in 3D flow) - namely, the direcition(s) perpendicular to the velocity vector! For inviscid flow, the velocity normal to a boundary must be zero.   A model has been developed to describe the nonlinear interaction of an acoustic disturbance and the mean flow over a bluff body near the stagnation point. The model identifies the neutral stability condition and predicts the evolution in space and time of disturbances in unstable flow. The available experimental data regarding this interaction are extremely : Charles Thompson, Martin Manley.

    In fluid dynamics, the process of a laminar flow becoming turbulent is known as laminar–turbulent main parameter characterizing transition is the Reynolds number.. Transition is often described as a process proceeding through a series of stages. "Transitional flow" can refer to transition in either direction, that is laminar–turbulent transitional or turbulent–laminar. Equally of interest is understanding the processes controlling the sensitivity of the heat release disturbance to a given azimuthal pattern of flow disturbances, quantified by the transfer function F (m) ⁠.In a recent paper, Acharya et al. showed that that F (m) = 0 for m ≠ 0 in an axisymmetric mean flow []—i.e., only the m = 0 mode contributes to global heat release by:

    Biography. I completed my first degree in mechanical engineering in at AmirKabir University of Technology in Tehran/Iran. This was followed by a master's degree in energy con. Compressible flow (or gas dynamics) is the branch of fluid mechanics that deals with flows having significant changes in fluid all flows are compressible, flows are usually treated as being incompressible when the Mach number (the ratio of the speed of the flow to the speed of sound) is less than (since the density change due to velocity is about 5% in that case).


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Evolution of disturbances in stagnation point flow Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Evolution of disturbances in stagnation point flow. [William O Criminale; Thomas L Jackson; D G Lasseigne; Langley Research Center.]. In fluid dynamics, Stagnation point flow represents a fluid flow in the immediate neighborhood of solid surface at which fluid approaching the surface divides into different streams or a counterflowing fluid streams encountered in experiments.

Although the fluid is stagnant everywhere on the Evolution of disturbances in stagnation point flow book surface due to no-slip condition, the name stagnation point refers to the stagnation points of.

In fluid dynamics, Kerr–Dold vortex is an exact solution of Navier–Stokes equations, which represents steady periodic vortices superposed on the stagnation point flow (or extensional flow).

The solution was discovered by Oliver S. Kerr and John W. Dold in These steady solutions exist as a result of a balance between vortex stretching by the extensional flow and viscous dissipation. A stagnation point flow of the form U = (0, A y, - A z) is unstable to three-dimensional disturbances.

It has been shown that the vorticity components of such a disurbance that are perpendicular. Consider the application of the above form of Bernoulli equation for the flow about a body such as an aeroplane as shown in FigLet rs be a streamline that passes through the stagnation point of the flow, i.e., the point where the flow is brought to rest or where the velocity is zero.

T1 - The linear stability of plane stagnation-point flow against general disturbances. AU - Brattkus, K. AU - Davis, S. PY - /2/1. Y1 - /2/1. N2 - The linear-stability theory of plane stagnation-point flow against an infinite flat plate is by: 1 Instabilities in Stagnation Point Flows of Polymer Solutions S.

Haward1,2,a) and G. McKinley1 1 Hatsopoulos Microfluids Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MAUSA 2 Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Centro de Estudos de Fenómenos de Transporte, Rua Dr.

Roberto Frias,Porto, PortugalCited by: I am trying to find the stagnation point of a fluid flow from a complex potential. The complex potential is given by $$\Omega(z) = Uz + \cfrac{m}{2\pi}\ln z.$$ From this I found the streamfunction.

A stagnation point in a flow does not defy the conservation of mass law. Peter Kämpf already explained that it is an idealization which helps to understand flow phenomena. The fact that the velocity is zero at a point along a stream line does not mean that mass is collected at that point.

Stagnation-point flow has been found in numerous applications in engineering and technology [1]. It can be located in the stagnation region of flow passing any shape of body, i.e., pier and aerofoil. Hiemenz [2] discovered that stagnation-point flow can be analyzed by the Navier-Stokes (NS) equations through similarity solution in which the.

axisymmetric stagnation point flow of a Reiner–Rivlin fluid with and without suction. Rajeswari and Rathna used an extension of the Kármán–Pohlhausen integral approach to find the solution of the BVP of the two-dimensional and axisymmetric stagnation point flow of a second order fluid.

The second vantage point from which we can view the theory of stagnation is the liquidity preference and the propensity to consume. Keynes also takes Author: Frank Lukacovic.

Illustration of oblique stagnation-point flow toward a film on a plane wall, and b shape of a dividing streamline, shown as a solid line, in Stokes flow. c Actual shape of the dividing streamline. The aim of the present contribution is to analyze the effect of slip parameter on the stability of a laminar incompressible flow near a stagnation point in the slip flow regime.

The analysis is based on the traditional normal mode approach and assumes parallel flow approximation. The Orr-Sommerfeld equation that governs the infinitesimal disturbance of stream function imposed to the Cited by: 2. Stability of a Non-orthogonal Stagnation Flow to Three Dimensional Disturbances Oral Presentation presented at Program of the Division of Fluid Dynamics.

Lasseigne, D. (August, ). Activation Energy Asymptotics and Shear Band Formation Oral Presentation presented at Explomet ’90.

For circular cylinder flow there are three centers of disturbances: two strong areas are at the separation points, and a weak one at the stagnation point [55, 58, 59]. Acoustic pressure pulse sources are limited to these three centers.

The pulses travel in the cylinder boundary layer and through the ambient flow at sonic velocities (Fig. 20). In summary, the function is the solution of the boundary value problem given by the equations to (), which has no closed form equation ordinary differential equation is non-linear and has to be solved numerically together with the boundary conditions to ().Figure 2 below illustarte the result of the numerical evaluation of the boundary value problem given by equations to for in.

Disturbances in the field is a deep novel and book of philosophy in one. It opens up slowly, developing characterization and heading very slowly towards a tragedy. What, you might ask, is /5. Stagnation Point Flow This animation depicts the particle trajectories and streamlines (which are the same in this case) for an inviscid stagnation point flow.

A stagnation point occurs whenever a flow impinges on a solid object. Usually there are other important features of the flow. The stagnation point depicted in the animation below usually. Structure of the Stagnation Point Flow in the Presence of Cross-Stream Vorticity in the External Flow.

Spatial Evolution of Disturbances in Plane Poiseuille Flow. Peter J. Schmid, Anders Lundbladh, Dan S. Henningson These two volumes contain the proceedings of the Workshop on Transition, Turbulence and Combustion, sponsored by the Insti. Turbulent pipe flow with Reynolds numbers up to 60, is covered by the experiments, while the rotation number is in the range from 0 to The buoyancy parameter was chosen to Non-intrusive flow measurements were performed by use of an advanced LaserFocus velocimeter (L2F).These two volumes contain the proceedings of the Workshop on Transition, Turbulence and Combustion, sponsored by the Insti­ tute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering (ICASE) and the NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC), during June 7 to July 2, Volume I contains the.In an influential speech on November 8, at the IMF Annual Research Conference, Larry Summers suggested that slow economic growth in the years following the – financial crisis might be due to "secular stagnation" (a concept introduced in by Alvin Hansen in his book Full Recovery or Stagnation?The Financial Times defines "secular stagnation" as follows.