Int J Adv Eng Sci Appl Math (2018) 10(4):291–298 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12572-018-0219-8 IIT, Madras Heat and momentum transfer of turbulent stripe in transitional-regime plane Couette ﬂow 1,2 3 1 • • Koji Fukudome Takahiro Tsukahara Yoshifumi Ogami Published online: 2 June 2018 Indian Institute of Technology Madras 2018 Abstract Direct numerical simulations using a spectral 1 Introduction method of plane Couette ﬂow were performed to clarify the dissimilarity between heat and momentum transport for a The state of turbulence signiﬁcantly enhances the diffusive turbulent stripe, which is a large-scale intermittent ﬂow transports of momentum, heat, and mass (passive material) structure in a subcritical transitional regime. We compared in ﬂuid ﬂows, relative to those in their laminar counter- between the turbulent-stripe regime and a uniform-turbu- parts. In particular, the heat-transfer enhancement is of lence regime in terms of variations of turbulent statistics. A practical importance for many industrial applications such dissimilarity between the turbulent heat ﬂux and the Rey- as heat exchangers, though the hydrodynamic frictional nolds shear stress was identiﬁed in the case of uniform drag also increases due to the similarly-enhanced transport turbulence, while less deviation appeared in the case of the of momentum as both the turbulent momentum and
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Published: Jun 2, 2018
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