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Old   September 20, 2013, 16:43
Question Experimental data for 2D Turbulent Jet Flow
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Hi everyone, I'm looking for experimental data for 2D circular Jet Flow, I found a not very old paper: "Velocity measurements in a high Reynolds number, momentum-conserving, axisymmetric, turbulent jet", by Hussein J., Steven Capp, and William K. George. But I'm unable to find the numerical values of their results. Does any one know where can I find this data? or do I have guest the numerical values from the plots they have.

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