Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/76729
Type: Conference paper
Title: A review of skin friction drag reduction within the turbulent boundary layer
Author: Ghanadi, F.
Arjomandi, M.
Zander, A.
Cazzolato, B.
Citation: Proceedings: the 7th Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics (ACAM 7), 9-12 December 2012, Adelaide: pp.817-826
Publisher: Engineers Australia
Publisher Place: CDROM / DVDROM
Issue Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781922107619
Conference Name: Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics (7th : 2012 : Adelaide, S.A.)
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F. Ghanadi, M. Arjomandi, A. C. Zander, B. S. Cazzolato
Abstract: Skin friction drag reduction in the turbulent boundary layer has high potential benefits which have been a subject of much interest. From general point of view this paper gives an overview of various methods to control the turbulent boundary layer. Primary section of the paper highlights the importance of skin friction drag reduction in turbulent boundary layers, followed by brief discussion of turbulence and Reynolds shear stress production process in the near wall region. Since there are several ways to suppress the instabilities, which naturally occur in the turbulent boundary layer, lots of control techniques have been investigated in next sections. The present article provides an up-to-date summary of passive and active mechanisms responsible for viscous drag reduction. Furthermore, the implications of previous controller and the success or limitations of various methods are discussed.
Keywords: viscous drag reduction; spanwise vortices; low speed streaks.
Rights: Copyright status unknown
RMID: 0020123972
Published version: http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=128961350092878;res=IELENG
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