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Tchen, C.M. (author)A theoretical treatment of diffusion as function of turbulence, by working out the dispersion of small particles in turbulent fluid. The method of Kolmogoroff is used to decribe the movement in a statistical waysdoctoral thesis 1947
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Burgers, J.M. (author)Lecture notes on turbulence (p90 173) (year estimated)lecture notes 1951
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Burgers, J.M. (author)Lecture notes of prof. Burgers prepared during his sabbatical at CalTech.lecture notes 1951
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Patel, R.P. (author)Measurements of the turbulent stresses in fullydeveloped pipe flow have been made as an overall test of the DISA constanttemperature hotwire anemometer. The measurements were made with single slanting wires and a normal wire. The shearing stress was measured at two Reynolds numbers and compared with values computed from the pressure drop down...report 1963
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Hinze, J.O. (author), Leijdens, H. (author), Van den Brug, J.B. (author), Kleiweg, D. (author)A l'aide de la méthode du ruban vibrant de Schubauer et Klebanoff. on a étudié expérimentalement l'évolution tridimensionnelle d'une perturbation sinusoïdale locale introduite dans une couche limite laminaire. Les distributions de la vitesse moyenne et de l'intensité de la composante axiale de la turbulence, de même que le spectre d'énergie de...report 1964
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Hinze, J.O. (author), Sonnenberg, R.E. (author), Builtjes, P.J.H. (author)Measurements have been made of the distributions of mean velocity, turbulence intensities and turbulence shearstress in a turbulent boundarylayer downstream of a hemispherical cap attached onto the plane rigid wall. The eddyviscosity, when computed in the classical way according to Boussinesq's concept from the lateral gradient of the mean...report 1972
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Lumley, J.L. (author), KhajehNouri, B. (author)A rational closure technique is presented for the first and second momentequations in a stratified, contaminated turbulent flow, Following the application of high Reynolds/Peclet number approximations, remaining third moments are expanded about the isotropic, homogeneous state. The stratified, uncontaminated case reduces to seventeen equations...report 1973
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Kranenburg, C. (author)Mathematical description of turbulent diffusion with constant mean velocity gradient.report 1975
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Hinze, J.O. (author)NOTE: REPORT IN GERMAN, ONLY THE ABSTRACT IS IN ENGLISH Memory effects in the flow of fluids are known long since. One has to reckon with such effects when studying the flow of nonNewtonian fluids, for instance when they exhibit a viscoelastic behaviour. Certain phenomena in turbulence also seem to point towards a viscoelastic behaviour. If,...report 1975
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Noback, R. (author)In this report a method is described to calculate the load exceedance curve for a linear system having a finite, modulated Gaussian process as input. The derivation is based on the use of ensemble averages, defined as the expected values at a certain point of time. The equations can be used for any airplanetransfer function for which the Power...report 1976
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Kolkman, P.A. (author)The objective of this study is to develop design criteria for the dynamic behaviour of gates and valves. To this end, a resume of existing theories is given as well as an extended analysis of the added water mass, hydrodynamic rigidity and damping (also negative damping or selfexcitation) and excitation by turbulent flow. New computation...doctoral thesis 1976
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Vreugdenhil, C.B. (author)Interne cursus van het Waterloopkundig Laboratorium over turbulentie, bevat de onderwerpen: basisvergelijkingen; statistische beschrijving; transportprocessen; wandturbulentie; tijdsafhankelijke grenslagen; vrije turbulentie; nieuwe turbulentietheorien.report 1977
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Nezu, I. (author)Ph.D. thesisreport 1977
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Noback, R. (author)In this report it is assumed that atmospheric turbulence appears in patches and that within the patches the turbulence can be described.as a modulated Gaussian process. The patch lengths have a certain probability density function. Load exceedance curves and design loads for various aircraft models for this turbulence model are compared with...report 1978
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De Vriend, H.J. (author)After the study of fully developed and developing steady laminar flow in curved channels of shallow rectangular wet crosssection (see earlier reports in this series), steady turbulent flow in such channels is investigated as a next step towards a mathematical model of the flow in shallow river bends. A mathematical model is developed for this...report 1979
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Atkins, R. (author)The use of a small twocomponent electromagnetic current meter to record turbulent velocities in a laboratory flume is described. The results from these experiments are compared with results obtained previously using different measuring techniques.report 1980
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Koppel, T. (author)Experiments on unsteady separating flow past a sudden expansion in an open channel are described. To simulate tidal flow the flow rate in the approach channel varied as a halfsine with time. Different visualization techniques to obtain an insight into the behaviour of the separating vortex in time and space were used. LaserDoppler velocimetry ...report 1981
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Booij, R. (author)For the prediction of dispersion phenomena and of changes in the morphology of an alluvial bottom, a detailed description of the water flow is necessary. The flow in estuaries is a complicated one, partly because of the timedependence. To isolate this aspect of tidal flow a simplifying onedimensional (vertical) flow model 1S used. This one...report 1982
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Kranenburg, C. (author)A kmodel is formulated that consists of the turbulent kinetic energy equation and an algebraic expression for the mixing length taking into account the influence of stratification. Applicability of the model is restricted to shallow, nearly horizontal flows. For localequilibrium flows the model reduces to the wellknown mixinglength...report 1985
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Justesen, P. (author)Close to the bottom the noslip condition will retard the flow and cause a boundary layer to develop. In nature this boundary layer will for most practical purposes be turbulent and the bed will be rough. Usually the boundary layer is confined to a thin layer close to the bed having a typical thickness of 0.2 m under surface gravity waves. The...report 1985