Pulsed-wire measurements of mean and fluctuating wall shear stress have been measured beneath a nominally two-dimensional separated and reattaching flow, where the flow width has been varied by means of end plates. End effects are much larger near the surface than they are in the outer flow. Residual effects of the presence of the end walls on the mean wall shear stress are seen for a flow width as large as seven bubble lengths. It is inferred that the effects of the end-wall boundary layers extend to a substantially smaller distance. The influence of the end plates on the rms of the fluctuations is markedly less than that on the mean stress.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 6, 2005
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