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Ordered and Turbulent Patterns in Taylor-Couette Flow by C. David Andereck

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Published by Springer US, Imprint, Springer in Boston, MA .
Written in English


  • Nuclear physics,
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Other titlesProceedings of a NATO ARW held in Columbus, Ohio, May 22-24, 1991
Statementedited by C. David Andereck, F. Hayot
SeriesNATO ASI Series, Series B: Physics, 0258-1221 -- 297, NATO ASI series -- 297.
ContributionsHayot, F.
LC ClassificationsQC770-798
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (370 pages).
Number of Pages370
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27079158M
ISBN 101461534380
ISBN 109781461534389

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Ordered and turbulent patterns in Taylor-Couette flow / ed. by David Andereck and F. Hayot Date: Editeur / Publisher: New York [etc.]: Plenum Press, cop. Abstract. Intermittent turbulence, the coexistence of laminar and turbulent flow 1, is well known to exist in circular Couette flow when the two cylinders counter-rotate particular, the turbulent and laminar regions may organize into the Spiral Turbulence pattern (alternating regions of laminar and turbulent flow which wrap around the axis of the cylinders to form a Cited by: 5.   The effect of gas bubbles on Taylor–Couette flow patterns in the transition from laminar to weakly turbulent vortex flow is investigated by quasi-2D and 3D CFD simulation. The CFD model is based on the Eulerian–Eulerian two-fluid approach with constitutive closures for inter-phase forces and liquid turbulence and validated by comparison. We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services.

Abstract. The transition to turbulence in the Taylor Couette experiment has been extensively studied in the past by several groups. This flow with its simple geometry produces a large number of different flow patterns, depending on the gap radius ratio, the Reynolds numbers of the rotation of both cylinders and the flow history the case with the outer cylinder at rest, . Our experiments have revealed an unexpected array of bifurcation phenomena. 6 This paper will explain the techniques used to discover the bifurcations in the flow, present a bifurcation map of the Taylor-Couette system subject to a Coriolis force, and finally, discuss some of the more interesting features revealed by the map. Abstract. Taylor-Couette flow subjected to a Coriolis force is a rich pattern-forming system. 1–5 The Coriolis force is applied by rotating a Couette apparatus so that the axis of rotation for the system is. orthogonal to the common axis of the cylinders (see figure 1). This orientation produces a nonaxisymmetric Coriolis force through the interaction of the rotation of the system with the. and re-formation of near-wall coherent structures in turbulent Couette flow, Duguet et al. ()analysed turbulent patterns near transition, Barkley and Tuckerman () studied specifically a –laminar banded pattern in plane Couette flowturbulent photographed in Taylor-Couette flow (Prigent et al., ).

  The Twente turbulent Taylor–Couette (T 3 C) facility experiment,, was selected as a test case to validate our model for single phase flow. This choice was driven by the existence of plentiful and detailed experimental data for the T 3 C reactor. A schematic view of the T 3 C system is shown in Fig. 1 and geometric parameters are reported in Table bubbly Taylor–Couette flow. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Andereck, C. David. Ordered and Turbulent Patterns in Taylor-Couette Flow. Boston, MA. Randall Tagg, A Guide to Literature Related to the Taylor-Couette Problem, Ordered and Turbulent Patterns in Taylor-Couette Flow, /_32, (), (). Crossref E. Philip Horwitz, Mark L. Dietz, Dan E. Fisher, SREX: A NEWPROCESS FOR THE EXTRACTION AND RECOVERY OF STRONTIUM FROM ACIDIC NUCLEAR WASTE . A turbulent–laminar banded pattern in plane Couette flow is studied numerically. This pattern is statistically steady, is oriented obliquely to the streamwise direction, and has a very large wavelength relative to the gap. The mean flow, averaged in time and in the homogeneous direction, is analysed.