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By P. W. Bearman (auth.), Prof. Dr. Helmut Eckelmann, Prof. Dr. J. Michael R. Graham, Prof. Dr. Patrick Huerre, Prof. Dr. Peter A. Monkewitz (eds.)

Bluff-body wakes play a major position in lots of fluid dynamics difficulties and engineering functions. This publication provides and up to date account of modern effects got within the research of bluff-body wakes. Experimental, theoretical and numerical ways are all comprehensively lined and in comparison. themes of specific curiosity contain hydrodynamic instability analyses, third-dimensional trend formation difficulties, circulate keep watch over tools, bifurcation analyses, numerical simulations and turbulence modelling. the most originality of thisvolume is that fresh conceptual advances made to explain nonlinear phenomena typically are positioned to the try out on a classical challenge in primary fluid mechanics, particularly the wake constitution generated at the back of a bluff object.

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M. 1935 General aerodynamic theory: perfect nuids. In Aerodynamic Theory vol. II (cd. W. F. Durand). p. 308. Leipzig: Springer Verlag. 2. OHASHI H. AND ISHIKAWA N. 1972 Visualization study of a now near the trailing edge of an oscillating airfoil. Bulletin 0/ the Japanese Society 0/ Mechanical Engineers 15. 840·845. 3. KOOCHESFAHANI M. 1989 Vorticai patterns in the wake of an oscillating airfoil. AIAA Journal 27,1200·1205. 4. TRIANTAFYLLOU G. • KUPFER K. AND BERS A. 1987 Absolute instabilities and self· sustained oscillations in the wakes of circular cylinders.

Vortex chain formal ion and reconneclion can be seen . KONSHIN Institute for Computer Aided Deslng Russian Academy of Sciences. • 19/18. Moscow. 123865. Russia. phone: /007/095/2509541. fax: /007/095/2508928. telex: 411700 808 ICAD Introduction The most part of phenomena taking place In the unsteady and transitional fluid flows around finite bodies Is characterised by the exlstance of the large scale organized structures In them (laminar and turbulent boundary layers. free shear layers. near wake.

The advantage is that the boundary-layer development may be evaluated accurately up to the time when a stationary point (xe = x" = 0) develops in the field x({, '7, t), signifying a local thickening and breakdown of the boundary-layer assumptions [3], [4]. The boundary-layer equations were first solved in an Eulerian coordinate system, and the solution of the velocity field at t = to was used to initiate the Lagrangian calculations; the results are independent of the particular choice of to' The numerical algorithm used to solve the above equations is second-order accurate in time and space and employs an upwind-downwind scheme, as described in detail by Peridier et al.

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