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25 Two-Dimensional Supersonic Flow with Perpendicular Injection of the Gas 2. Mathematical model The two-dimensional Favre-averaged Navier-Stokes equations for multi-species flow with chemical reactions are: ∂U ∂ (E - Ev ) ∂ (F - Fv ) + + = 0, ∂t ∂x ∂z (1) here the vector of the dependent variables and the vector of fluxes are given as ρu ρw ρ 2 ρ uw + ρ u p ρu ρ uw ρ w2 + p ρw U = Et E = ( Et + p ) u F = ( Et + p ) w ρY ρ uYk ρ wYk k ρ uk ρ wk ρk ρ uε ρ wε ρε T μ ∂k 1 μ ∂ε 1 Ev = 0,τ xx ,τ xz , uτ xx + wτ xz - qx , J kx , μl + t , μl + t , Re σ k ∂x Re σ ε ∂x μ 1 Fv = 0,τ xz ,τ zz , uτ xz + wτ zz − q z , J kz , μl + t σ Re k ∂k 1 μt , μl + σ z Re ∂ ε T ∂ε , ∂z The vector of source term is ( W = 0,0,0,0,0, Pk − ρε 1 + α Mt2 + D , Cε 1 Pkε / k − Cε 2 fε 2 ρε 2 / k + Eε ( ) ) T The stress tensor components, heat and mass fluxes are: τ xx = μt 1 2 μt 1 2 μl + 2 ux - ( ux + wz ) ; τ zz = μl + 2 wz - ( ux + wz ) ; Re 3 σ k Re 3 σ k τ xz = τ zx = qx = μt ∂T 1 1 + μl + Pr Re σ k ∂x γ ∞ M∞2 J kx = − N μt 1 μl + ( uz + wx ) ; Re σk hk J xk ; k =1 qz = μt ∂T 1 1 + μl + Pr Re σ k ∂z γ ∞ M∞2 μt ∂Yk μt ∂Yk 1 1 , J kz = − .
A formula of the surface roughness length that relates to the convective velocity is proposed by Abdella and D’Alessio (2003). However, in this study, the alternative approaches, which are much simpler than the Abdella and D’Alessio derivation, are used to derive the surface roughness length, which takes into account the effects of the free convection. The convective process is important in affecting the air-sea transfer of momentum, sensible heat, and water vapor, especially at very light winds.
3D particle image velocimetry of the flow field around a sphere sedimenting near a wall: Part 1. " Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 141: 99-115. Westerweel, J. (1997). " Measurement Science and Technology 8: 1379-1392. , D. Dabiri, et al. (1997). " Experiments in Fluids 23: 20-28. Westerweel, J. and F. T. M. Nieuwstadt (1991 ). Performance tests on 3-dimensional velocity measurements with a two-camera digital particle-image velocimeter. ASME, New York, A. Dybbs and B. Ghorashi. Westerweel, J.
Advanced methods for practical applications in fluid mechanics by Steven A Jones, fizik