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Two-Dimensional Study of the Turbulent Wake Behind a Square Cylinder Subject to Uniform Shear

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A. K. Saha, G. Biswas, K. Muralidhar

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, Kanpur, 208 016 UP India

J. Fluids Eng 123(3), 595-603 (May 01, 2001) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1383549 History: Received July 31, 2000; Revised May 01, 2001
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Two-dimensional channel flow with built-in obstacle
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Comparison of time-averaged streamwise velocity profiles due to direct calculation and k-ε model calculation at (a) x=1.5 and (b) x=2.5, for a Reynolds number of 20,000
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Comparison of time-averaged transverse velocity profiles due to direct calculation and k-ε model calculation at (a) x=1.5 and (b) x=2.5, for a Reynolds number of 20,000
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Comparison of time-averaged streamwise velocity recovery due to direct calculation and k-ε model calculation along the centerline (y=0), for a Reynolds number of 20,000
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Time-averaged vorticity contours due to the (a) direct calculation and (b) k-ε model calculation, for a Reynolds number of 20,000
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(a) Instantaneous vorticity contours due to direct calculation, (b) phase-averaged vorticity contours due to direct calculation and (c) instantaneous vorticity contours due to k-ε model calculation, for a Reynolds number of 20,000
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Time-averaged streamwise velocity profiles at different locations for a Reynolds number of 20,000 and various shear parameters: (a) x=1.5 and (b) x=2.5
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Time-averaged transverse velocity profiles at different locations for a Reynolds number of 20,000 and various shear parameters: (a) x=1.5 and (b) x=2.5
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Instantaneous vorticity contours for a Reynolds number of 20,000 and different shear parameters: (a) K=0, (b) K=0.125, and (c) K=0.25
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Instantaneous turbulent kinetic energy contours for a Reynolds number of 20,000 and different shear parameters: (a) K=0, (b) K=0.125, and (c) K=0.25
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Instantaneous turbulent dissipation contours for a Reynolds number of 20,000 and different shear parameters: (a) K=0, (b) K=0.125, and (c) K=0.25

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