A robust method to detect the mean turbulent reattachment location with a flush surface-mounted array of hot-film sensors is presented. The method has the advantages of requiring no sensor calibration, no dependence on the presence of a dominant frequency or oscillation period and it requires no qualitative interpretation of sensor time-series signals. The method is developed by investigating the flow downstream of a backward-facing step. Through computation of the “time of flight” of convected flow disturbances over adjacent sensor pairs, the method offers a quantitative resolution of the mean location of reattachment for turbulent flows.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 7, 2004
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