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The theory of turbulent jets.

G. N. Abramovich

The theory of turbulent jets.

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Published by M.I.T. Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jets -- Fluid dynamics.,
  • Turbulence.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTranslation by Scripta Technica. Technical editing by Leon H. Schindel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA913 .A213
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 671 p.
    Number of Pages671
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5888569M
    LC Control Number63021743

    treatment of turbulent jets, plumes, buoyant jets, puffs, and ther-mals. The authors have done research and teaching in this field for 2 decades and have published extensively in this field. A list of references is provided, and this reviewer was surprised to see that the classical work of Abramovich The theory of turbulent jets not listed there. The laminar flamelet model is one of the methods of modelling turbulent combustions apart from SCRS, eddy flamelet model and others. Combustion is a very important thermochemical process with significant material and aerodynamic implications and thus CFD modeling of combustion has become indispensable. The laminar flamelet model is basically for non pre-mixed fuel (the system in which the fuel.


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The theory of turbulent jets. by G. N. Abramovich Download PDF EPUB FB2

The author's first monograph on turbulent jets, indealt solely with a free submerged jet. Since that time, the theory of the turbulent jet has been developed in many published works both in the USSR and abroad: it has been enriched with a large amount of experimental material and has been applied in many new fields of engineering.5/5(2).

The author's first monograph on turbulent jets, indealt solely with a free submerged jet. Since that time, the theory of the turbulent jet has been developed in many published works both in the USSR and abroad: it has been enriched with a large amount of experimental material and has been applied in many new fields of engineering.

The author's first monograph on turbulent jets, indealt solely with a free submerged jet. Since that time, the theory of the turbulent The theory of turbulent jets. book has been developed in many published works both in the USSR and abroad: it has been enriched with a large amount of experimental material and has been applied in many new fields of the last 10 years very substantial progress has been.

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"The author's first monograph on turbulent jets, indealt solely with a free submerged jet. Since that time, the theory of the turbulent jet has been developed in many published works both in the USSR and abroad: it has been enriched with a large amount of experimental material and has been applied in many new fields of engineering.

The theory of turbulent jets | G N Abramovich | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Turbulent Jets SUMMARY: This chapter is concerned with turbulent jets, namely their overall shape and velocity structure. The first jets being considered are those penetrating in homogeneous fluids, and the theory is later extended to consider the effects of a cross-current and of ambient buoyancy.

Puffs, which are intermittent injections ofFile Size: KB. Turbulent Jets Whenever a moving fluid enters a quiescent body of the same fluid, a velocity shear is created between the entering and ambient fluids, causing turbulence and mixing.

Perhaps the most clearly defined jets are those produced when a fluid is discharged in the environment through a relatively narrow conduit, such as an industrialFile Size: 1MB.

Turbulent Jets: Theory and Models Environmental Hydraulics Definitions Jet = boundary layer flow originating from a source of momentum Plume = boundary layer flow originating from a source of buoyancy Buoyant jet (forced plume) = boundary layer flow originating from a source of momentum and buoyancy Boundary layer: high rate of change across someFile Size: 1MB.

The author's first monograph on turbulent jets, indealt solely with a free submerged jet. Since that time, the theory of the turbulent jet has been developed in many published works both in the USSR and abroad: it has been enriched with a large amount of experimental material The theory of turbulent jets.

book has been applied in many new fields of the last 10 years very substantial progress has been. The author's first monograph on turbulent jets, indealt solely with a free submerged jet.

Since that time, the theory of the turbulent jet has been developed in many published works both in the USSR and abroad: it has been enriched with a large amount of experimental material and has been applied in many new fields of the last 10 years very substantial progress Pages: 1.

Theory of Jets in Ideal Fluids focuses on the use of hydrodynamics in the theory of jets in ideal fluids. The publication first offers information on the introduction to the theory of plane and steady jet flows and flow from a vessel. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Theory of Turbulent Jets (MIT Press) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1).

Theory of Turbulent Jets by G. Abramovich,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The theory of turbulent jet flows and methods for calculating jets in various apparatus are reviewed in the light of the results of recent theoretical and experimental studies. Particular attention is given to jets of a compressible gas with inhomogeneous parameter fields and variable turbulence in the initial cross-section; jets of three-dimensional configurations; complex jets resulting from.

A characteristic feature of a turbulent jet, as shown by theory and also by numerous experiments, is the smallness of the transverse velocity components in any section of the jet compared with the longitudinal velocity. Hence, if the x-axis is aligned with the axis of symmetry of the stream, the velocity components along.

Book Turbulent jets and plumes a Lagrangian approach. Turbulent jets: Reichardt's inductive theory and intermittency corrections Chapter (PDF Available) in Lecture Notes in Physics January with 78 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Basic theory is presented next, illustrated by examples of simple turbulent flows and developed through classical models of jets, wakes, and boundary layers. A deeper understanding of turbulence dynamics is provided by spectral analysis and its applications.

The final chapter introduces the numerical simulation of turbulent. Turbulent Jets and Plumes: A Lagrangian Approach, Volume 1 Joseph Hun-wei Lee, Vincent Chu, Vincent H. Chu Limited preview - All Book Search results ». Similarity theory for the turbulent plane wall jet b U y, V, v x, U, u y m U m y 1/2 U m U 0 tic of the plane wall jet.

consideration. Only a similarity solution provides an unambiguous test of a turbu-lence model independent of computational constraints and experimental di. Find The Theory of Turbulent Jets by Abramovich et al at over 30 bookstores. Buy, rent or sell. Turbulent Jets and Plumes introduces the fundamental concepts and develops a Lagrangian approach to model these shear flows.

This theme persists throughout the text, starting from simple cases and building towards the practically important case of a turbulent buoyant jet in a density-stratified crossflow. Turbulent Jets and Plumes—A Lagrangian ApproachKluwer Academic Publishers$ The authors attempt “to give a consistent and unified development of a Lagrangian approach for the prediction of free jets and plumes, including effects of crossflow and ambient density stratification.

This paper is concerned with the study of autoignition of fully developed free round turbulent jets consisting of oxidizing and chemically reacting components.

We derive an elementary, still experimentally feasible, model for autoignition of such jets and present analysis of this by: 2. A series of theoretical and experimental papers dealing with research on turbulent flows in liquids and gases.

The topics covered include: the application of dynamic methods for describing turbulent flows; the theory of isotropic turbulence; models of energy transformation in a turbulent flow; turbulent mixing in shear flows; the theory of dissipation in a turbulent incompressible-fluid flow.

The standard model of G o s m a n et al () predicts dispersion o f tiie particle-phase; however the dispersion is under-predicted, as revealed by a comparison with measured particle-flux profiles. The main terms promoting dispersion are the turbulent drag and the -IßVC^ak than the function C^^ as mentioned earlier and smaller than 1.

by: 8. Consider subsonic turbulent jets of incompressible fluid/gas. At the present time, the main laws of propagation of such jets are well studied in theory and experiment. This is true for mixing layers, plane, axisymmetric, and 3-D submerged jets, as well as for jets in accompanying : A.

Ginevsky, Ye. Vlasov, R. Karavosov. Explains the fundamental mechanisms behind turbulent hot jet ignition using non-dimensional analysis; Explores ignition characteristics by impinging hot jet and multiple jets in relation to better controllability and lean combustion; Explores how different instability modes interact with the acoustic modes of the combustion chamber.

D jets are turbulent. It is a bit difficult to define exactly where the transition occurs as it depends on the exact conditions of the flow at the orifice. Jets begin to exhibit turbulent behavior at relatively low Re D, as low asbut the fundamental parameters that characterize the turbulent round jet File Size: KB.

The theory of the turbulent planar jet has already motivated a lot of publications. Pope [ 1 ] made a thorough description of the standard theoretical approach based on the boundary layer approximation and self-similarity, leading to a theoretical profile for the velocity : D. Violeau. IEEE Xplore.

Delivering full text access to the world's highest quality technical literature in engineering and : G N. Abramovich, Leon Schindel. A vortex-street model of the flow in the similarity region of a two-dimensional free turbulent jet.

Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. Issue. -1, p. CrossRefCited by: The understanding of turbulent behavior in flowing fluids is one of the most intriguing, frustrating— and important—problems in all of classical physics. It is a fact that most fluid flows are turbulent, and at the same time fluids occur, and in many cases represent the dominant physics, on all macroscopic.

A hydrodynamic structure of turbulent round impinging jet and free turbulent jet was studied experimentally using PIV. The influence of external periodical jet forcing was explored.

ABRAMOVICH, G.N. Record createdlast modified Rate this document. The author's first monograph on turbulent jets, indealt solely with a free submerged jet. Since that time, the theory of the turbulent jet has been developed in many published works both in the USSR and abroad: it has been enriched with a large amount of experimental material and has been applied in many new fields of : Don't show me this again.

Welcome. This is one of over 2, courses on OCW. Find materials for this course in the pages linked along the left. MIT OpenCourseWare is a free & open publication of material from thousands of MIT courses, covering the entire MIT curriculum.

No enrollment or registration. In fluid dynamics, turbulence or turbulent flow is fluid motion characterized by chaotic changes in pressure and flow is in contrast to a laminar flow, which occurs when a fluid flows in parallel layers, with no disruption between those layers.

Turbulence is commonly observed in everyday phenomena such as surf, fast flowing rivers, billowing storm clouds, or smoke from a chimney. The book consists of two parts followed by a number of appendices.

Part I provides a general introduction to turbulent flows, how they behave, how they can be described quantitatively, and the fundamental physical processes involved. Part II is concerned with different approaches for modelling or simulating turbulent flows.jet operating at the same velocity. A comprehensive theoretical study of this problem in reference 2 suggested that the observed increase in noise might be explained by a difference in the turbulence structure between free and impinging jets.

In the present study, some of these differences are assessed, with emphasis on the differences in in-Cited by: 6.In the present talk a preliminary study on a turbulent subsonic round jet at Re D = is reported.

The study aims at characterizing the jet and the turbulent features in it before attempting to extract information on the wave-packets. The velocity field has been measured in the symmetry plane of the jet with Particle Image Velocimetry.