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Appendix to the Thesis Titled Near-Wall Turbulence Beneath a Boundary Layer Separating From a Smooth Surface [Vol. 2].

Nathan, Paul. (2012) Appendix to the Thesis Titled Near-Wall Turbulence Beneath a Boundary Layer Separating From a Smooth Surface [Vol. 2]. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey (United Kingdom)..

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Abstract

This Appendix comprises a series of internal reports that are referenced in the main thesis. The stand-alone reports are presented back-to-back in reverse chronological order as follows. Coloured paper has been inserted ahead of each report title page to ease navigation. 1. Nathan P. (2012b). Laser Doppler Anemometry - Derivation of the Doppler-Velocity Relationship and Simulation of the Burst Signal. Internal Report FRC/TG/12.31, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK. 2. Nathan P. (2012a). An Alternative Procedure for Correcting Velocity Rectification by XProbes. Internal Report FRC/TG/12.30, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.3. Nathan P. (2011c). Improved Cross Wire Calibration Method Incorporating Tangential Cooling Effects and a New Temperature Drift Correction. Internal Report FRC/TG/10.19, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.4. Nathan P. (2011b). The Vortex Lattice Panel Method for Three-dimensional, Multi-body, Unsteady Flow Problems. Internal Report FRC/TG/II.04, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.5. Nathan P. (2011a). The Linear Vortex Panel Method. A Complete Derivation Including Extension to Multibody Problems and Unsteady Flows. Internal Report FRC/TG/11.03, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.6. Nathan P. (2010). On the Correction of Velocity Rectification by X-Probes in High Turbulence Intensity - A Complete Derivation, Including Step-by-Step Implementation Guide. Internal Report FRC/TG/10.22, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.7. Nathan P. (2009c). Hot-wire Thermodynamics and Operating Principles, Calibration and Corrections for Measurement in Turbulent Flows. Internal Report FRC/TG/09.15, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.8. Nathan P. (2009b). Improved Hot Wire Temperature Drift Correction and a New Routine for its Implementation. Internal Report FRC/TG/09.13, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.9. Nathan P. (2009a). Oil Film Interferometry - a Complete Derivation and Analysis including: Methodology, Optimisation, and Ray Tracing Simulation. Internal Report FRC/TG/08.I0/1, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.10. Nathan P. (2007b). The Oil Film Equation - Derivation from First Principles, including Solutions and Analysis. Internal Report FRC/TG/07.05, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.11. Nathan P. (2007a). Complete Derivation of a Constant Strength Source Panel Method for the Inviscid Analysis of Wall Mounted Wind Tunnel Models of Zero Circulation. Internal Report FRC/TG/07.04, Fluids Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Divisions : Theses
Authors : Nathan, Paul.
Date : 2012
Additional Information : Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Surrey (United Kingdom), 2012.
Depositing User : EPrints Services
Date Deposited : 06 May 2020 14:15
Last Modified : 06 May 2020 14:20
URI: http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/856118

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