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Similarity theory for turbulent flow over natural rough surface in pressure and temperature gradients

Author(s): A.P. Trunev

Abstract:
The similarity theory and the model of a turbulent flow over a natural large scale roughness in pressure and temperature gradients are presented in the paper.

The general analytical results such as the logarithmic mean veloc- ity and temperature profiles for a turbulent flow over smooth and rough surfaces, the temperature and velocity profiles for a turbulent natural con- vection over a large scale roughness and the velocity defect law for the Ekman layer over a rough surface have been obtained.

1 Introduction:
The similarity theory was widely applied to solve the turbulent flow prob- lems including atmospheric problems (Brandt! [1], Monin & Obukhov [2], Zilitinkevich & Monin [3]).

The usual application of the similarity the- ory concerns only the ave...

Pages: 10
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960281

 

 

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