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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Jets and Wakes

Round Turbulent Thermals, Puffs, Starting Plumes and Starting Jets in Uniform Crossflow

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F. J. Diez, L. P. Bernal, G. M. Faeth

Department of Aerospace Engineering, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2140

J. Heat Transfer 125(6), 1046-1057 (Nov 19, 2003) (12 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1622720 History: Received May 20, 2003; Revised August 22, 2003; Online November 19, 2003
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Figures

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Visualization of a thermal in crossflow (d=3.2 mm,Reo=4,000,ρo=1.150,Qo/(Aod)=223,lMt/d=19,uo/v=11 and t=5.6 s)
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Crosstream (horizontal) penetration distance of thermals in crossflow as a function of time
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Radial and streamwise (vertical) penetration distances of thermals in crossflow as functions of streamwise (vertical) penetration distance
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Radial and streamwise (vertical) penetration distances of puffs in crossflow as functions of streamwise (vertical) penetration distance
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Visualization of a starting plume in crossflow (d=6.4 mm,Reo=5,000,ρo=1.150,lMp/d=10,uo/v=7 and t=3.4 s)
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Radial, half-width and streamwise (vertical) penetration distances of starting plumes in crossflow as functions of streamwise (vertical) penetration distance
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Radial, half-width and streamwise (vertical) penetration distances of steady plumes in crossflow as functions of streamwise (vertical) penetration distance
Grahic Jump Location
Radial, half-width and streamwise (vertical) penetration distances of starting jets in crossflow as functions of streamwise penetration distance
Grahic Jump Location
Radial, half-width and streamwise (vertical) penetration distances of steady jets in crossflow as functions of streamwise penetration distance

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