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In the atmospheric surface layer, the vertical variations of 50 Advanced Methods for Practical Applications in Fluid Mechanics surface fluxes are within 10%. This surface layer is also called the constant stress layer or constant flux layer; the wind stress is aligned with the direction of the horizontal mean wind. According to the well-known Monin-Obukhov similarity theory (MOST) (Monin-Obukhov, 1954), the non-dimensional profiles of wind shear, φ m, temperature gradient, φ h, and moisture gradient, φ q, are expressed as: kz ∂u z = φm , u* ∂z L (3) kz ∂θ z = φh , θ * ∂z L (4) kz ∂q z = φq .
Separation length as a function of static pressure ratio. Two-Dimensional Supersonic Flow with Perpendicular Injection of the Gas 43 7. Conclusion In the present work, the numerical model and computer code have been developed for a k − ε turbulent model that includes compressibility correction to simulate turbulent supersonic air flow with transfer injection of the hydrogen from slots of the walls. The numerical method is based on the ENO scheme. Comparison is made between solution by using algebraic Baldwin-Lomax’s turbulence model and k − ε model.
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