Turbulent diffusion of momentum and heat from a smooth, plane boundary with zero pressure gradient
Results of an experimental investigation of the turbulent diffusion of momentum and heat from a smooth, plane boundary with zero pressure gradient are presented. A 10 ft long, 6 ft wide heated boundary maintained at a uniform temperature, formed part of the floor of the 6-ft square test section of a recirculating, low velocity wind tunnel. The velocities have been measured with hot-wire anemometers and the Reynolds stress distribution in the boundary layer has been computed from the measurements of the crossed-hot-wire anemometers. The temperatures have been measured with thermocouples, and the ...
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