Viscous region of turbulent boundary layer: technical report
The nature of mean and turbulent motion in the viscous sublayer of a thick boundary layer with zero pressure gradient has been investigated. Measurements have been made of the mean motion, two of the turbulent velocity components, the turbulent shear stress, and spectra of the longitudinal component of the velocity fluctuation. Traverses were made through approximately one-fifth of the boundary layer, which was approximately 32 inches thick. The boundary layer was developed along the floor of the wind tunnel test section for 85 feet. The turbulent shear stresses and the turbulence intensities ...
(For more, see "View full record.")