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Conditional Sampling in a Transitional Boundary Layer Under High Freestream Turbulence Conditions

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Ralph J. Volino, Michael P. Schultz, Christopher M. Pratt

Department of Mechanical Engineering, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD 21402

J. Fluids Eng 125(1), 28-37 (Jan 22, 2003) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1521957 History: Received July 12, 2001; Revised July 26, 2002; Online January 22, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Schematic of the test facility
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Freestream spectra at Station 1
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Instantaneous velocity traces and intermittency function: (a) u and Γu, (b) uv and Γuv
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Intermittency profiles based on (a) u and (b) Reynolds shear stress
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Peak intermittency in profile versus dimensionless streamwise location
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Mean velocity profiles in wall coordinates: (a) composite; (b) nonturbulent; (c) turbulent
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Mean velocity profile for Station 7, γpk=56%
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Momentum thickness versus streamwise distance
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Shape factor versus streamwise distance
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Skin-friction coefficient
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Fluctuating streamwise velocity profiles in wall coordinates: (a) composite; (b) nonturbulent; (c) turbulent
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Fluctuating streamwise velocity profile for Station 7, γpk=56%
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Fluctuating wall-normal velocity profiles in wall coordinates: (a) composite; (b) nonturbulent; (c) turbulent
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Fluctuating wall-normal velocity profile for Station 7, γpk=56%
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Reynolds shear stress profiles in wall coordinates: (a) composite; (b) nonturbulent; (c) turbulent
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Reynolds shear stress profile for Station 7, γpk=56%
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Eddy viscosity profiles: (a) composite; (b) nonturbulent; (c) turbulent

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