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Old   June 25, 1999, 05:32
Default Measurements on turbulent pipe flow
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Bo B. B. Jensen
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Hello

Please help me. I need some flow data for a straight smooth pipe. If anyone has the velocity profiles for a fully developed turbulent flow I would appreciate if I could get them. The will be used for verification of a cfd-solver.

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Old   June 26, 1999, 03:52
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Richard Carroni
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Hi, see 'Detailed Measurements of the Near Wall Region of Turbulent Pipe Flow,' by Durst, F., Jovanovic, J. and Sender, J., FED-Vol. 146 Data For Validation of CFD Codes (Book No. H00786) 1993. 'Hard' data (i.e. numerical values) are presented in column-type form. The same data is given in graph form in 'LDA Measurements in the Near-Wall Region of a Turbulent Pipe Flow,' same authors, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 295, pp. 305-335, 1995.

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Old   June 28, 1999, 11:10
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olus boratav
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Hi,

There is very recent pipe data by Zagarola and Smits from 'super-pipe' experiments in Princeton. There is one or more paper(s) in Phys.Rev.Lett (or E) and recent JFM(s).

This is state-of-the-art data. Its interpretation stirred some exciting discussions between this group and Barenblatt-Chorin. The theme of the discussions was: log-law or power-law ?

I will try to dig out the full references if there is difficulty finding them.

Olus Boratav
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Old   June 29, 1999, 12:38
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John C. Chien
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(1). You should be able to find some useful data from two standard books. (2). Schlichting's Boundary Layer Theory (3). Hinze's Turbulence Both are published by McGraw Hill Company.
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Old   June 30, 1999, 05:34
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Niels Deen
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Hi Bo,

You could also try the PhD thesis of Jack Eggels: "Direct and Large Eddy Simulation of Turbulent Flow in a Cylindrical Pipe Geometry",Delft Univeristy,1994

or one of the connected publications:

J.G.M. Eggels, F. Unger, M.H. Weiss, J. Westerweel, R.J. Adrian, R. Friedrich & F.T.M. Nieuwstadt ``Fully developed turbulent pipe flow: a comparison between direct numerical simulation and experiment.'' J. Fluid Mech. 268 (1994) 175-209

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Niels Deen

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