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In the previous measurements of the aerodynamic sound generated from an inclined circular cylinder, it is reported that the sound pressure level (SPL) changes with the aspect ratio and the inclined angle. Therefore, we have investigated the changes in the vortex structure of the wake considered...
This paper is concerned with an experimental investigation on plane submerged water jets discharged into quiescent water in an open channel. Flows are visualized by using hydrogen bubbles, solid particles and dye. The results show that the jets attaching to the water surface by the Coanda effect...
The air pollution concentration in Kathmandu valley in the winter season was found to be higher than in the summer season due to the formation of the inversion layer. This mechanism was simulated in the water-tank experiment by measuring the temperature and flow field using liquid crystal...
From the field observations and the buoy robot data, the warm ocean water is known to intrude into Kagoshima Bay intermittently in winter. We first visualize these phenomena using some satellite thermal infrared images. Then the numerical analysis is performed employing a multi-level finite...
In the present experimental investigation, shear sensitive liquid crystals have been successfully used to study the flow characteristics and detect separation in two-dimensional Sduct diffusers of different curvatures. Tapered-fin vortex generators in two different orientations were used to...
It is said that the Jomon period began about12,000 years ago and continued till about 2,500 years ago. The potteries of that age are known as Jomon pottery. Among them, a pottery discovered from the Umataka ruin in Niigata Prefecture in 1931 has an excellent shape. It is said that this pottery...
Understanding of airflow characteristics in nasal cavity is closely related with the physiological functions, like air-conditioning and smelling, and pathological aspects in nasal breathing. Several studies have utilized physical models of the healthy nasal cavity to investigate the relationship...
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