"A new approach to the boundary layer equations - Optimal control of the Van Mises equation by wall suction and numerical solution using finite difference and finite element techniques", Institution of Engineers, Australian Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics Conference, 6th, Adelaide, Australia, Dec. 5-9, Paper. 5 p. NASA ADS Link:
|Authors:||Assassa, G. M.; Brauner, C. M.; Gay, B.,|
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A two-equation energy integral boundary layer method is presented for the calculation of separation and of slightly separated boundary layers. The method is a direct one and is capable of passing through separation without making use of an interaction equation. Comparison with experiments shows that wall curvature effects on turbulence and the taking into account of the normal fluctuation terms in the equations are essential elements for the accurate calculation of the behavior of boundary layer in the vicinity of separation.