Numerical modeling of the swirling turbulent wake decay past a self-propelled body
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Numerical analysis of the swirling turbulent wake degeneration past a self-propelled body has been carried out. It has been shown that starting from the distances of the order of 100 diameters from the body, the flow becomes practically shearless. A simplified mathematical model of the far swirling wake past a self-propelled body has been constructed.
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