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Analysis of Impinging and Countercurrent Stagnating Flows by Reynolds Stress Model

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Yong H. Im

Kang Y. Huh

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Pohang University of Science & Technology, Pohang, Kyungbuk, Koreae-mail:huh@postech.ac.kr

Kwang-Yong Kim

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Inha University, Inch-eon, Kyungki, Koreae-mail: kykim@inha.ac.kr

J. Fluids Eng 124(3), 706-718 (Aug 19, 2002) (13 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1493815 History: Received February 21, 2001; Revised March 18, 2002; Online August 19, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Figures

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Axial turbulent intensity components in the impinging jet of Cooper et al. 12. (a) r/D=0; (b) r/D=0.5; (c) r/D=1.0; (d) r/D=2.5.
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Budget of the pressure-strain term for uu at r/D=0 in the impinging jet of Cooper et al. 12. (a) GL (w/o wall reflection term); (b) GL; (c) GL-CL; (d) SSG.
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Comparison of the terms for uu at r/D=0 in the impinging jet of Cooper et al. 12. (a) GL (w/o wall reflection term); (b) GL; (c) GL-CL; (d) SSG.
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Comparison of the terms for uu and vv at r/D=2.5 in the impinging jet of Cooper et al. 12. (a) uu in GL-CL; (b) uu in SSG; (c) vv in GL-CL; (d) vv in SSG.
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Mean axial and radial velocities in the countercurrent jets of Mounaim-Rousselle et al. 16. (a) On the axis; (b) on the stagnation plane; (c) 0.4 cm above the stagnation plane; (d) 0.6 cm above the stagnation plane.
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Axial and radial turbulent intensity components on the axis in the countercurrent jets of Mounaim-Rousselle et al. 16. (a) Axial turbulent intensity component; (b) radial turbulent intensity component.
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Axial and radial turbulent intensity components on the stagnation plane in the countercurrent jets of Mounaim-Rousselle et al. 16. (a) Axial turbulent intensity component; (b) radial turbulent intensity component.
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Turbulent kinetic energy and the ratio of axial and radial turbulent intensity components on the stagnation plane in the countercurrent jets of Mounaim-Rousselle et al. 16. (a) k; (b) v/u.
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The radial profiles of turbulent dissipation rate on and above the stagnation plane in the countercurrent jets of Mounaim-Rousselle et al. 16. (a) On the stagnation plane; (b) 0.2 cm above the stagnation plane; (c) 0.4 cm above the stagnation plane.
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AIM for the impinging jets. (a) Experiments for the impinging jet of Escudie et al. 9; (b) predictions for the impinging jet of Escudie et al. 9; (c) predictions for the impinging jet of Cooper et al. 12.
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AIM for the countercurrent jets. (a) Experiments for the countercurrent jets of Kostiuk et al. 15; (b) predictions for the countercurrent jets of Kostiuk et al. 15.
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Schematic diagram of a staggered grid
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Grid sensitivity results for the impinging jet of Escudie et al. 9
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Schematic diagram of an impinging jet
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Schematic diagram of a countercurrent jet
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Radial turbulent intensity components in the impinging jet of Cooper et al. 12. (a) r/D=0.5; (b) r/D=1.0; (c) r/D=2.5.
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Reynolds shear stresses in the impinging jet of Cooper et al. 12. (a) r/D=0.5; (b) r/D=1.0; (c) r/D=2.5.
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Mean velocity profiles in the impinging jet of Cooper et al. 12. (a) r/D=0.5; (b) r/D=1.0; (c) r/D=2.5.
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Mean and turbulent intensity components on the axis in the impinging jet of Escudie et al. 9. (a) Mean velocity; (b) axial turbulent intensity component; (c) radial turbulent intensity component.
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Mean axial velocities in the countercurrent jets of Kostiuk et al. 15. (a) On the axis; (b) 1.4 cm above the stagnation plane.
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Mean radial velocities in the countercurrent jets of Kostiuk et al. 15, 0.6 cm above the stagnation plane
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Axial and radial turbulent intensity components on the axis of Case A in the countercurrent jets of Kostiuk et al. 15. (a) Axial turbulent intensity component; (b) radial turbulent intensity component.
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Axial and radial turbulent intensity components on the axis for Case B in the countercurrent jets of Kostiuk et al. 15. (a) Axial turbulent intensity component; (b) radial turbulent intensity component.
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Axial and radial turbulent intensity components on the axis for Case C in the countercurrent jets of Kostiuk et al. 15. (a) Axial turbulent intensity component; (b) radial turbulent intensity component.
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Axial and radial turbulent intensity components at 0.6 cm above the stagnation plane for Case A in the countercurrent jets of Kostiuk et al. 15. (a) Axial turbulent intensity component; (b) radial turbulent intensity component.

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