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Assignment 6

Please google hotwire velocimetry and wind-tunnel for information on their structures and functions.

Problem 1 (Purpose: understanding Reynolds averaging, viscous and turbulent shear stresses, and

eddy viscosity)

In a wind-tunnel experiment, hotwire velocimetry was used for measuring a turbulent wind field. The

recorded time series of instantaneous velocity data for u, v and w (in m/s) at two close points are

given in the excel book Turbulence.xlsx. The measurements were taken at 1000 Hz. The spatial

distances between the two points are x = x2 x1 = 2.12 mm, y = y2 y1 = 3.91 mm and z =

z2 z1 = 1.88 mm. The density and dynamic viscosity of the air are 1.25 kg/m3 and 1.5 105 Pa s,

respectively.

(1) Determine time-averaged velocities u

, v and w

at both points;

(2) Plot u and u

w.r.t. time in the same diagram for point 1;

(3) Using the measured data to verify the assumption of incompressibility (for the mean flow) at the

midpoint (between the two points);

(4) Determine the value of the viscous shear stress tensor based on Stokess hypothesis at the midpoint;

(5) Determine the value of the Reynolds stress tensor at the midpoint;

(6) Determine the value of the eddy viscosity at the midpoint based on Boussinesqs assumption.

Hints:

(1) you would need to pay attention to the units;

(2) this represents a much simplified hotwire experiment, as only two measurement points are involved.

When you calculate the derivatives, use the first-order accurate scheme (e.g., du/dx u/x).

integral equation)

For a zero-pressure-gradient laminar BL flow over a flat plate, assume that the velocity profile is of a

polynomial form: u = a + by + cy 3 . Derive all the equations and parameters listed in row 3 of Table 9.2.

Specifically, determine: (1) Uu ; (2) w ; (3) non-dimensionalized BL thickness x (as a function of Rex );

(4) Cf (as a function of Rex ); (5) ; (6) ; and (7) shape factor H = .

9.21

Problem 9.21

[Difficulty: 2]

Given:

Find:

Displacement thickness at exit; Percent change in uniform velocity through test section

Solution

:The solution involves using mass conservation in the inviscid core, allowing for the fact that as the boundary

layer grows it reduces the size of the core. One approach would be to integrate the 1/7 law velocity profile to

compute the mass flow in the boundary layer; an easier approach is to simply use the displacement thickness!

Basic

equations

disp

(4.12)

1 u dy

Assumptions: 1) Steady flow 2) Incompressible 3) No friction outside boundary layer 4) Flow along streamline 5) Horizontal

1

and

ft

Udesign 160

s

w 1 ft

Q Udesign Adesign

Q 160

in 0.4 in

exit 1 in

We also have

Hence

disp

1 u dy

U A const

h 1 ft

7

y

dy

Adesign w h

ft

Adesign 1 ft

7

1 d where

in

dispin

8

dispin 0.05 in

dispexit

exit

8

dispexit 0.125 in

disp

8

Ain 0.9834 ft

Aexit 0.9588 ft

or

Also

Uin Udesign

Adesign

Ain

Adesign

Uexit Udesign

Aexit

ft

Uin 162.7

s

ft

Uexit 166.9

s

Uexit Uin

Uin

dispexit 0.125 in

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