Polymer drag reduction with surface roughness in flat-plate turbulent boundary layer flow

Polymer drag reduction with surface roughness in flat-plate turbulent boundary layer flow Experiments in Fluids 36 (2004) 663 DOI 10.1007/s00348-004-0803-5 Polymer drag reduction with surface roughness in flat-plate turbulent boundary layer flow H. L. Petrie, S. Deutsch, T. A. Brungart, A. A. Fontaine Exp Fluids (2003) 35:8–23 References Moore K, Ryan T, Gorban V, Babenko V (2002) ‘‘Method and appa- Petrie et al. (2003) presents a study of the effects of surface ratus for increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of multiple roughness on slot-injected and homogeneous polymer drag boundary layer control techniques,’’ U.S. patent No. 6357374. See reduction. The polymer injection slot used in this study, http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/srchnum.htm to search for this shown in Fig. 2 of the paper, was developed by Moore et al. patent by number (2002) who holds a patent on this device. Appropriate Petrie H, Deutsch S, Brungart T, Fontaine A (2003) Polymer drag reduction with surface roughness in flat-plate turbulent boundary credit for the development of this injection slot was not layer flow. Exp in Fluids 35:8–23 acknowledged in the paper. A detailed discussion of the features of this injection slot, its theory operation, and its utility can be found in Moore et al. (2002). Published online: 9 March 2004 Springer-Verlag 2004 H. L. Petrie (&), S. Deutsch, T. A. Brungart, A. A. Fontaine Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University, P.O. Box 30, State College, PA 16804-0030, USA E-mail: hlp@wt.arl.psu.edu http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Experiments in Fluids Springer Journals

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Engineering
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Experiments in Fluids 36 (2004) 663 DOI 10.1007/s00348-004-0803-5 Polymer drag reduction with surface roughness in flat-plate turbulent boundary layer flow H. L. Petrie, S. Deutsch, T. A. Brungart, A. A. Fontaine Exp Fluids (2003) 35:8–23 References Moore K, Ryan T, Gorban V, Babenko V (2002) ‘‘Method and appa- Petrie et al. (2003) presents a study of the effects of surface ratus for increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of multiple roughness on slot-injected and homogeneous polymer drag boundary layer control techniques,’’ U.S. patent No. 6357374. See reduction. The polymer injection slot used in this study, http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/srchnum.htm to search for this shown in Fig. 2 of the paper, was developed by Moore et al. patent by number (2002) who holds a patent on this device. Appropriate Petrie H, Deutsch S, Brungart T, Fontaine A (2003) Polymer drag reduction with surface roughness in flat-plate turbulent boundary credit for the development of this injection slot was not layer flow. Exp in Fluids 35:8–23 acknowledged in the paper. A detailed discussion of the features of this injection slot, its theory operation, and its utility can be found in Moore et al. (2002). Published online: 9 March 2004 Springer-Verlag 2004 H. L. Petrie (&), S. Deutsch, T. A. Brungart, A. A. Fontaine Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University, P.O. Box 30, State College, PA 16804-0030, USA E-mail: hlp@wt.arl.psu.edu

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Published: Mar 9, 2004

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