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Turbulence Attenuation by Small Particles in Simple Shear Flows

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David I. Graham

School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon PL4 8AA, UK,e-mail: dgraham@plymouth.ac.uk

J. Fluids Eng 122(1), 134-137 (Nov 03, 1999) (4 pages) doi:10.1115/1.483235 History: Received August 03, 1998; Revised November 03, 1999
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(a) Comparison between prediction from Eq. (14) and DNS results of Squires and Eaton 8. (b) Comparison between prediction from Eq. (13) and DNS results of Squires and Eaton 8. Lines: predictions; (symbols) experiments; (squares and solid lines) St=0.38; (circles and dot-dash line), St=1.9; (diamonds and dashed lines); St=3.8.
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(a) Comparison between predictions of Eq. (14) with pipe flow results of Varksin et al. 7. (b) Comparison between predictions of Eq. (13) with pipe flow results of Varksin et al. 7. Lines: predictions, (symbols) experiments; (thick lines) Cs=1, (thin lines) Cs=0, (squares and solid lines) St=0.94 (50 mic alum. oxide); (crosses and dot-dash lines) St=0.6 (50 mic glass); (circles and dashed lines) St=2.4 (100 mic glass).
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Comparison between predictions of Eq. (13) and experimental results of Kulick et al. 10. Line: prediction, (symbol) experiments (70 mic copper).

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