Near-wall turbulence in the axisymmetric flow of weak acqueous polymer solutions
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The axisymmetric turbulent boundary layer is computed by using a finite-difference method and its fluctuation characteristics are determined on the basis of a generalized mixing-path hypothesis.
KeywordsPolymer Boundary Layer Statistical Physic Polymer Solution Turbulent Boundary Layer
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