The boundary layer on a long cylinder with its axis at small inclinations to the freestream (an idealisation of “streamers” used in underwater seismic surveys) has been studied experimentally. For the range of incidence 0–6°, there is no evidence of vortex shedding at typical Reynolds numbers. The circumferentially averaged fluctuating wall pressure decreases with increasing incidence, showing that increases in extraneous noise in seismic measurements when the streamer is at incidence are not caused by the changes in boundary layer structure. Wavenumber–frequency spectra of the circumferentially averaged wall pressure show a convective ridge that persists for the range of incidences studied.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 26, 2014
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