Cambridge University Press по журналам "Journal of Fluid Mechanics"
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(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110801)By using the methods of the theory of two and threedimensional linear absolute and convective instabilities, we examine the nature of the instability at the onset of convection in a model of convection in an extended ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110201)The locomotion of a body through an inviscid incompressible fluid, such that the flow remains irrotational everywhere, is known to depend on inertial forces and on both the shape and the mass distribution of the body. In ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110201)The locomotion of a body through an inviscid incompressible fluid, such that the flow remains irrotational everywhere, is known to depend on inertial forces and on both the shape and the mass distribution of the body. In ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20080101)We numerically investigate turbulent thermal convection driven by a horizontal surface of constant heat flux and compare the results with those of constant temperature. Below Ra ≈ 109, where Ra is the Rayleigh number, when ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20080101)We numerically investigate turbulent thermal convection driven by a horizontal surface of constant heat flux and compare the results with those of constant temperature. Below Ra ≈ 109, where Ra is the Rayleigh number, when ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20090601)A theoretical foundation for two widely used statistical representations of multiphase flows, namely the Eulerian–Eulerian (EE) and Lagrangian–Eulerian (LE) representations, is established in the framework of the probability ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20100901)Cylinder wakes have been studied extensively over several decades to better understand the basic flow phenomena encountered in such flows. The physics of the very near wake of the cylinder is perhaps the most challenging ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20100901)Cylinder wakes have been studied extensively over several decades to better understand the basic flow phenomena encountered in such flows. The physics of the very near wake of the cylinder is perhaps the most challenging ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110901)A constitutive model is developed for the complex rheology of rateindependent granular materials. The closures for the pressure and the macroscopic friction coefficient are linked to microstructure through evolution ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20111001)In this numerical study we investigate the flow induced by metachronal coordination between beating cilia arranged in a densely packed layer by means of a continuum model. The continuum approach allows us to treat the ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20111001)In this numerical study we investigate the flow induced by metachronal coordination between beating cilia arranged in a densely packed layer by means of a continuum model. The continuum approach allows us to treat the ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110901)Maintaining the stratification of the ocean requires deep mixing. Part of the energy that provides this mixing is transferred over topography from the surface tides into the internal tides. Numerous theoretical, numerical ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20100801)An axisymmetric perfectly expanded Mach 1.3 jet, with a Reynolds number based on the nozzle exit diameter (ReD) of 1.1 × 106 and turbulent boundary layer at the nozzle exit, was excited using localized arc filament plasma ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20100801)An axisymmetric perfectly expanded Mach 1.3 jet, with a Reynolds number based on the nozzle exit diameter (ReD) of 1.1 × 106 and turbulent boundary layer at the nozzle exit, was excited using localized arc filament plasma ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110401)When an acoustic wave impinges on an aerofoil cascade, a convective vorticity mode is generated giving rise to transverse velocity perturbations. This mode conversion process is investigated to explain the flow dynamics ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110401)When an acoustic wave impinges on an aerofoil cascade, a convective vorticity mode is generated giving rise to transverse velocity perturbations. This mode conversion process is investigated to explain the flow dynamics ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20110701)This paper considers the implications of a highReynoldsnumber thin parallel boundary layer on fluid–solid interaction. Two types of boundaries are considered: a compliant boundary which is flexible but impermeable, such ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20090601)As a stepping stone towards understanding acoustic resonances in axial flow compressors, acoustic resonances are computed numerically in fixed single and tandem plate cascades in an infinitely long annular duct. Applying ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20090601)As a stepping stone towards understanding acoustic resonances in axial flow compressors, acoustic resonances are computed numerically in fixed single and tandem plate cascades in an infinitely long annular duct. Applying ...

(Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 20070701)Low and highfrequency acoustic resonances are computed numerically via a highorder finiteelement code for a generic twodimensional highlift configuration with a leadingedge slat. Zero mean flow is assumed, approximating ...
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