Active Flow Control: Papers contributed to the Conference by Rudibert King

By Rudibert King

This booklet includes contributions awarded on the lively move keep watch over 2006 convention, held September 2006, on the Technische Universit?t Berlin, Germany. It includes a good balanced blend of theoretical and experimental cutting-edge result of lively stream keep an eye on. insurance combines new advancements in actuator expertise, sensing, strong and optimum open- and closed-loop keep watch over and version relief for keep an eye on.

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The vortices produced are comparably strong, the flow inbetween them is attached to the plate. In case of the lower momentum coefficient, the structures forming at the leading edge do not penetrate the separated region down to the surface of the plate. Their effect is limited to the shear layer region. Fig. 6 displays vorticity and λ2 contours for F + = 1 at the two momentum coefficients discussed above. 3%, the initial shear layer extends relatively far downstream. It is rolled up in the phase with upstream Lorentz force to an elongated vortex structure which dissipates quickly.

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