Local and integral turbulent boundary layer characteristics on a convex surface in diffusor flow
A semiempirical method is proposed for computing the local and integral characteristics of the turbulent boundary layer on a convex surface under conditions of a positive longitudinal pressure gradient. By using the method proposed, graphical dependences are obtained that characterize the influence of curvature on the form-parameter, the thickness of the momentum loss, the thickness of the viscous sublayer, and the relative flow coefficient.
KeywordsBoundary Layer Statistical Physic Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary Layer Integral Characteristic
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