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IUTAM Symposium on Laminar-Turbulent Transition

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Table of contents

1. LAMINAR SEPARATION BUBBLES
M. Gaster

2. TRANSIENT GROWTH WITH APPLICATION BYPASS TRANSITION TO
D.S. Henningson

3. THE ROLE OF EXTERNAL DISTURBANCES INLAMINAR-TURBULENT TRANSITION
Xuesong Wu

4. MODELING THE EFFECTS OF STEPS ON BOUNDARY-LAYER TRANSITION
J.D. Crouch, V.S. Kosorygin, L.L. Ng

5. RECENT OBSERVATIONS OF THE TRANSITION TO TURBULENCE IN A PIPE
T. Mullin, J. Peixinho

6. LOCALISED INSTABILITY IN UNSTEADY SEPARATION BUBBLES
Jaywant H. Arakeri, S.P. Das, Usha Srinivasan

7. INTERACTION OF SEPARATION AND TRANSITION IN BOUNDARY LAYERS: DIRECT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
Hermann F. Fasel, Dieter Postl

8. ON FUNDAMENTAL INSTABILITY MECHANISMS OF NOMINALLY 2-D SEPARATION BUBBLES
M. Simens, L. González, V. Theofilis, R. Gómez-Blanco

9. A NEW STABILITY APPROACH FOR THE FLOW INDUCED BY WALL INJECTION
G. Casalis, F. Chedevergne, Th. Feraille, G. Avalon

10. THE PECULIARITIES OF DEVELOPMENT OFFORERUNNERS ON LONGITUDINAL STRUCTURES FRONTS IN THE BOUNDARY LAYER OF A STRAIGHT WING
Vasiliy N. Gorev, Mikhail M. Katasonov, Viktor V. Kozlov

11. OBSERVATION OF NONLINEAR TRAVELLING WAVES IN TURBULENT PIPE FLOW
Björn Hof, Casimir W.H.van Doorne, Jerry Westerweel, Frans T.M. Nieuwstadt

12. A STRANGE INSTABILITY WITH GROWTH NORMAL TO A BOUNDARY LAYER
J.J. Healey

13. NUMERICAL STUDIES OF STREAK INSTABILITY IN BOUNDARY LAYERS
Luca Brandt, Carlo Cossu, Dan S. Henningson, Jean-Marc Chomaz, Patrick Huerre

14. A POSSIBLE LINEAR INSTABILITY MECHANISM IN SMALL-SCALE PIPE FLOWS
Kirti Chandra Sahu

15. EFFECTS OF STRONG ADVERSE PRESSURE GRADIENTS AND INCIDENT WAKES ON TRANSITION AND CALMING
J.P. GOSTELOW, R.L. THOMAS

16. EFFECT OF FREE-STREAM TURBULENCE ON A COMPRESSIBLE LAMINAR BOUNDARY LAYER
Pierre Ricco, Xuesong Wu

17. EFFECT OF VISCOSITY STRATIFICATION ON SECONDARY AND NONMODAL INSTABILITIES
A. Sameen

18. SPECTRAL ELEMENT STABILITY ANALYSIS OF VORTICAL FLOWS
Michael S. Broadhurst, Vassilios Theofilis, Spencer J. Sherwin

19. EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF RESONANT INTERACTIONS OF INSTABILITYWAVES IN AN AIRFOIL BOUNDARY LAYER
D. Sartorius, W. Würz, T. Ries, M. Kloker1, S. Wagner, V.I. Borodulin, Y.S. Kachanov

20. KLEBANOFF MODES IN SWEPT BOUNDARY LAYERS
Karen Kudar, Peter W. Carpenter, Christopher Davies

21. EFFECTS OF COMPRESSIBILITY AND NOSE RADIUS ON INSTABILITIES NEAR THE ATTACHMENT LINE OF SWEPT WINGS
J. Sesterhenn, R. Friedrich

22. TWO-DIMENSIONAL LOCAL INSTABILITY: COMPLETE EIGENVALUE SPECTRUM
Jean-Christophe Robinet, Chloé Pfauwadel

23. INSTABILITY OF FLOW PAST A CASCADE OF CIRCULAR CYLINDERS
J.S.B. Gajjar

24. AWAVE DRIVER THEORY FOR VORTICAL WAVESPROPAGATINGACROSSJUNCTIONS BETWEEN RIGID AND COMPLIANTWALLS
P.K. Sen, P.W. Carpenter, S. Hegde, C. Davies

25. OPTIMAL SUCTION DESIGN FOR HYBRID LAMINARFLOWCONTROL
Jan O. Pralits, Ardeshir Hanifi

26. TRANSITION CONTROL IN A FLAT-PLATE BOUNDARY LAYER
Seiichiro Izawa, Takeshi Sakai, Ayumu Inasawa, Ao-Kui Xiong, Yu Fukunishi

27. LINEAR FEEDBACK CONTROL OF TRANSITION IN SHEAR FLOWS
Jérôme Hœpffner, Mattias Chevalier, Thomas Bewley, Dan Henningson

28. EFFECTS OF AMBIENT VISCOSITY ON THE ENTRAINMENT AND DYNAMICS OF A BUOYANT JET
Manikandan Mathur, K.R. Sreenivas

29. DISTURBANCE DEVELOPMENT IN BOUNDARY LAYERS OVER COMPLIANT SURFACES
Christopher Davies, Peter W. Carpenter, Reza Ali, Duncan A. Lockerby

30. SUPPRESSION OF WALL TURBULENCE BASED ON STABILITY AND TURBULENCE ANALYSIS USING A COMPLIANT SURFACE
P. K. Sen, P. S. Josan, S. V. Veeravalli

31. ROUGHNESS INDUCED TRANSIENT GROWTH: NONLINEAR EFFECTS
Meelan Choudhari, Paul Fischer

32. FEEDBACK CONTROL IN SPATIALLY GROWING BOUNDARY LAYERS
Mattias Chevalier, Jérôme Hœpffner, Espen Akervik, Dan S. Henningson

33. EFFECT OF ELASTIC SUPPORTS ONTHE CRITICAL VALUE OF REYNOLDS NUMBERPAST A CYLINDER
Sanjay Mittal, Saurav Singh

34. IMPROVEMENT OF LIFT-TO-DRAG RATIO OF THE AERO-TRAIN
Y. P. Kohama, Dong-hee Yoon

35. IN-FLIGHT AND WIND TUNNEL MEASUREMENTS OF NATURAL AND OF CONTROLLED INSTABILITIES ON A LAMINAR FLOWAIRFOIL
Inken Peltzer, Wolfgang Nitsche

36. INHERENT MECHANISM OF BREAKDOWN IN LAMINAR-TURBULENT TRANSITION.
Luo Ji-sheng, Wang Xin-jun, Zhou Heng

37. EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF UNSTEADY BOUNDARY LAYER TRANSITION USING CONTINUOUSWAVELET TRANSFORM
Gilles STUDER, Daniel ARNAL, Robert HOUDEVILLE, Alain SERAUDIE

38. NONLINEAR NONLOCAL ANALYSIS OF CROSS– FLOW–DOMINATED TRANSITION SCENARIOS USING DNS–LIKE RESOLUTION
Stefan Hein

39. THE EFFECT OF LENGTH SCALE OF FREE STREAM TURBULENCE ON BOUNDARY LAYER TRANSITION
Toshiaki Kenchi, Masaharu Matsubara

40. UNSTEADY DISTURBANCE GENERATION AND AMPLIFICATION IN THE BOUNDARY-LAYER FLOW BEHIND A MEDIUM-SIZED ROUGHNESS ELEMENT
Ulrich Rist, Anke Jäger

41. EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE STABILIZATION OF TOLLMIEN-SCHLICHTINGWAVES BY FINITE AMPLITUDE STREAKS
Jens H. M. Fransson, Luca Brandt, Alessandro Talamelli, Carlo Cossu

42. DEVELOPMENT OF STREAMWISE STREAKS IN A QUASI-LAMINAR BOUNDARY LAYER DOWNSTREAM OF LOCALIZED SUCTION
Masahito Asai, Yasufumi Konishi, Yuki Oizumi1, Michio Nishioka

43. THE TRANSITION TO TURBULENCE OF THE TORSIONAL COUETTE FLOW
Anne Cros, Patrice Le Gal

44. NONLINEARWAVEPACKETS IN BOUNDARY LAYERS
Marcello A. F. Medeiros

45. APPLICABILITY OF LES MODELS FOR PREDICTION OF TRANSITIONAL FLOWSTRUCTURES
Philipp Schlatter, Steffen Stolz, Leonhard Kleiser

46. TURBULENT SPOTS IN A COMPRESSIBLE BOUNDARY-LAYER FLOW
L. Krishnan, N.D. Sandham

47. ACTIVE BOUNDARY LAYER TRIPPING USING OSCILLATORY VORTICITY GENERATOR
Tal Yehoshua, Avi Seifert

48. RESONANT MODE INTERACTION IN A CANONICAL SEPARATED FLOW
Rajat Mittal, Rupesh B. Kotapati

49. STABILITY AND TRANSITION IN THE FLOW OFPOLYMER SOLUTIONS
Paresh Chokshi, V. Kumaran

50. EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TURBULENCE BEGINNING AND TRANSITION CONTROL IN A SUPERSONIC BOUNDARY LAYER ON SWEPT WING
N.V. Semionov, A.D. Kosinov, V.Ya. Levchenko

51. TRANSITION INVESTIGATION ON HYPERSONIC FLAT-PLATE BOUNDARY LAYERS FLOWSWITH CHEMICAL AND THERMAL NON-EQUILIBRIUM
Christian Stemmer

52. CHARACTERISTICS OF UNSTEADY DISTURBANCES DUE TO STREAMLINECURVATURE INSTABILITY IN A THREEDIMENSIONAL BOUNDARY LAYER
Shohei Takagi, Naoko Tokugawa, Nobutake Itoh

53. RECEPTIVITY OF SWEPT ATTACHMENT LINE BOUNDARY LAYER TO FREE-STREAM VORTICITY
Maxim V. Ustinov

54. OBSERVATIONS OF CROSSFLOW TRANSITION ON A SWEPT WING WITH GAW-2 AIRFOIL SECTION
V. Krishnan, R. Mukund, P.R. Viswanath

55. DNS OF SEPARATION-INDUCED TRANSITION INFLUENCED BY FREE-STREAM FLUCTUATIONS
Jan Wissink, Wolfgang Rodi

56. THE EFFECT OF SWEEP ON LAMINAR SEPARATION BUBBLES
Tilman Hetsch, Ulrich Rist

57. ON THE BURSTING CRITERION FOR LAMINAR SEPARATION BUBBLES
S.S. Diwan, S.J. Chetan, O.N. Ramesh

58. NON-LINEAR INTERACTION OF GOERTLER VORTICES AND TOLLMIEN SCHLICHTING WAVES
Leandro F. Souza, Marcio T. Mendonca, Marcello A.F. Medeiros

59. EXPERIMENTS ON STREAMWISE VORTICES IN A SWEPT WING BOUNDARY LAYER AND
THEIR SECONDARY INSTABILITY
Victor V. Kozlov, Valery G. Chernoray, Alexander V. Dovgal, Lenart Loefdahl

60. BREAKDOWN OF A STREAK VIA DEVELOPMENT OF VARICOSE SECONDARY MODE ON THE STRAIGHT WING WITH PRESSURE GRADIENT
Victor V. Kozlov, Valery G. Chernoray, Yury A. Litvinenko, L. Löfdahl

61. LINEAR OPTIMAL CONTROL OF TRANSITION IN PLANE CHANNEL FLOWSUSING DIFFERENT OBJECTIVE FUNCTIONS
K. Rajesh, Manmohan Pandey, Anoop K. Dass

62. ESTIMATOR-BASED CONTROL OF TRANSITION IN PLANE CHANNEL FLOWS USING VARIOUS COVARIANCE MATRICES
K. Rajesh, Manmohan Pandey, Anoop K. Dass

63. CONTROL OF TURBULENT BOUNDARY LAYERS BY UNIFORMWALL SUCTION AND BLOWING
Shuya Yoshioka, P. Henrik Alfredsson

64. STABILITY OF COMPLIANT PIPE FLOW TO AXISYMMETRIC AND NON-AXISYMMETRIC DISTURBANCES
P. K. Sen, Munendra Kumar, A. K. Raghava

65. LARGE EDDY SIMULATION OF ROTATING CHANNEL FLOW BY USING A NEW DYNAMIC ONE-EQUATION SUBGRID SCALE MODEL
R. K. Akula, A. Sadiki, J. Janicka

Keywords: Engineering, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Physics, general, Complexity, Mechanics, Fluids, Thermodynamics, Engineering Fluid Dynamics

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications
Page amount
479 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402041594

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