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Old   January 17, 2001, 09:14
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Markus Kampitsch
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Hi there,

does anybody know about a publication of Seifert (1994) dealing with measurements of turbulent spots in adverse pressure grdient flow?

Thanks in advance,

MArkus
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Old   January 17, 2001, 10:10
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James Date
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Here's a couple refs, not sure if they're what your looking for.

Katz, Y., Seifert, A., and Wygnanski, I., 1990, "On the Evolution of a Turbulent Spot in a Favorable Pressure Gradient", J. of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 221, pp. 1-22.

Seifert, A., Zilberman, M. and Wygnanski, I., 1994, "On the Simultaneous Measurement of Two Velocity Components in a Turbulent Spot", J. of Engineering Mathematics, 28, pp. 43-54.

Seifert, A., and Wygnanski, I., 1995, "On Turbulent Spots in a Laminar Boundary Layer Subjected to a Self-Similar Adverse Pressure Gradient", J. Fluid Mech. 296, Aug. 10, pp. 185-209.

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