Experimental Investigation of the Axisymmetric Shear Layer between Coaxial Jets with Swirl
Swirling motion is of practical interest as it can be found in a variety of industrial applications such as combustors, cyclonic separators or in trailing vortices of aircraft. Hence, the effect of swirl in various flow configurations has been studied intensively during the past two decades. The major interest was to determine its influence on mean flow quantities and the onset of the vortex breakdown.
KeywordsWind Tunnel Shear Layer Proper Orthogonal Decomposition Vortex Breakdown Swirl Generator
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