Distribution of velocity pulsations in a channel with mixing of oppositely swirled streams
The influence of swirling and of the degree of concurrent flow on the magnitude and distribution of turbulent pulsations in the mixing of oppositely swirled streams is investigated. The correspondence between the pulsation characteristics of the mixing layers of swirled flows and concurrent jets is established.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Velocity Pulsation Swirl Flow Pulsation Characteristic Turbulent Pulsation
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