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Heat Transfer in Turbulent Boundary Layers Subjected to Free-Stream Turbulence—Part I: Experimental Results

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Michael J. Barrett

Valparaiso University, Mechanical Engineering Department, Valparaiso, IN 46383e-mail: barrettm@asme.org

D. Keith Hollingsworth

University of Houston, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Houston, TX 77204e-mail: Hollingsworth@uh.edu

J. Turbomach 125(2), 232-241 (Apr 23, 2003) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1538622 History: Received October 29, 2002; Online April 23, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Passive grids: (a) W grid, (b) YR grid
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Small-scale isotropy verification
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Worst-case cross-stream variation in (a) mean velocity, and (b) intensity
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CFS mean velocity profiles
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CFS streamwise fluctuation profiles
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CFS normal fluctuation profiles
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CFS skin friction coefficient versus Reθ
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CFS mean temperature profiles
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CFS Stanton number versus ReΔ2
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Le+ length-scale profiles
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Length-scale ratios in current and previous studies (θ/Le versus Reθ)
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Length-scale ratios in current and previous studies (1/Le+ versus Tu)
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Length-scale ratios in current and previous studies (Δ2/Le versus ReΔ2)
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Dimensionless velocity profiles with elevated Tu
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Skin-friction coefficient versus Reθ
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Dimensionless mean temperature profile with elevated Tu
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Stanton number versus ReΔ2

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