The analysis of a confined flow field generated through two separated injecting walls was carried out by studying the effect of a mass flow rate difference between the two walls. Such a parameter has been found to play a major role in unstable flow field behaviour. Concretely speaking, we have identified two vortex shedding phenomena, i.e. the main flow and the wall vortex shedding phenomena. Results clearly show that when the mass flow rate is increased at the second injecting wall, wall vortex coherence is enhanced and impinging of such structures forces a coupling phenomenon to develop between flow field dynamics and acoustics. On the other hand, only a 15% mass flow rate difference of the first injecting block is sufficient to prevent such coupling between acoustics and vortex shedding phenomenon. Consequently, the resonance phenomenon is pronouncedly weakened and significant oscillation reduction is achieved.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 30, 2004
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