Intermittence and structure of the transitional boundary layer at a plate using a laser anemometer
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The procedure for investigating the intermittence in a transitional boundary layer using a laser anemometer is described. The distribution of the coefficient of intermittence over the thickness of the boundary layer as a function of the velocity of the oncoming stream is presented.
KeywordsBoundary Layer Statistical Physic Transitional Boundary Layer Laser Anemometer Oncoming Stream
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