Influence of Different Sensor Configurations on the Turbulent Quantities in a Complex Three-Dimensional Flow Field
Paper i proceeding, 1993

Measurements of the Reynolds stress tensor have been carried out in a complex three-dimensional boundary layer using different techniques. Single-, cross- and three-hot-wire probes were employed together with a silicon based double chip sensor. All measurements were performed at a Reynolds number of 1.2 x ___ per meter. The turbulent stresses were determined at a reference position in a two-dimensional part of the flow field and at three locations with different strength of the three-dimensionality. A good agreement was found in the turbulent quantities measured with the different methods, however, the influence of prong interference, measuring volumes and velocity gradients were noted.


Lennart Löfdahl

Chalmers, Institutionen för termo- och fluiddynamik

T.V Troung

Bert Johansson

Chalmers, Institutionen för termo- och fluiddynamik

Julius Bruns

Carl-Olof Olsson

Chalmers, Institutionen för termo- och fluiddynamik

ASME-Fluid Engineering Conference, Washington DC


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