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Full 3D correlation tensor computed from double field stereoscopic PIV in a high Reynolds number turbulent boundary layer

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2011
auteur(s) Foucaut Jean-Marc; Coudert Sébastien; Stanislas Michel; Delville Joel
journal (abréviation) Experiments in Fluids (Exp Fluid)
volume (numéro) 50 (4)
  
pages 839 – 846
résumé The turbulence structure near a wall is a very active subject of research and a key to the understanding and modeling of this flow. Many researchers have worked on this subject since the fifties Hama et al. (J Appl Phys 28:388-394, 1957). One way to study this organization consists of computing the spatial two-point correlations. Stanislas et al. (C R Acad Sci Paris 327(2b):55-61, 1999) and Kahler (Exp Fluids 36:114-130, 2004) showed that double spatial correlations can be computed from stereoscopic particle image velocimetry (SPIV) fields and can lead to a better understanding of the turbulent flow organization. The limitation is that the correlation is only computed in the PIV plane. The idea of the present paper is to propose a new method based on a specific stereoscopic PIV experiment that allows the computation of the full 3D spatial correlation tensor. The results obtained are validated by comparison with 2D computation from SPIV. They are in very good agreement with the results of Ganapthisubramani et al. (J Fluid Mech 524:57-80, 2005a).
mots clés PARTICLE IMAGE VELOCIMETRY; CHANNEL FLOW; REGION; FUNDAMENTALS; VELOCITY
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