Viscous drag reduction in boundary layers pdf

Discuss the drag on bluff objects including long cylinders and spheres. At lower reynolds numbers, socalled secondorder effects vorticity inter. Pdf turbulent boundary layer control tblc for skinfriction drag reduction is a. Skin friction reduction in hypersonic turbulent flow by.

Sweep and ejection events are closely associated with the. An examination of trapped bubbles for viscous drag reduction. Reduction of the viscous shocklayer equations to boundary layer equations i. Viscous boundary layer an originally laminar flow is affected by. Introduction fluid viscous drag includes two parts. Reduction of the viscous shocklayer equations to boundarylayer equations i. Concerning aircraft efficiency relevant to the present research a reduction in aircraft drag of 10%, a reduction in aircraft fuel consumption of 30%, and a reduction in airframe, engine and system weight of 20% are envisaged. Viscous drag reduction in boundary layers download viscous drag reduction in boundary layers ebook pdf or read online books in pdf, epub, and mobi format.

Experiments are described, showing a remarkable decrease in friction coefficients for dilute. Drag reduction schemes involving microbubble injection into turbulent boundary layers by madavan et al. Effect of drag reducing riblet surface on coherent structure. Viscous drag reduction in boundary layersedited by dennis m. Specifically, rising fuel costs greatly emphasized the usefulness and necessity of developing efficient viscous drag reduction methods. Outside the boundary layer the ow can be considered inviscid i. The surface texture, including riblets, dimples and roughness, has been actively investigated since 1980s due to their viscous drag reduction effect. The mechanism of drag reduction seems to strongly relate to the spanwise vorticity generated by the periodic stokes layer over the oscillating wall, which affects the boundary layer profile by. Pdf drag reduction via turbulent boundary layer flow control.

In recent years, turbulent boundary layer drag reduction has become an important area of fluid dynamics research. Drag reduction of turbulent boundary layers by means of grooved surfaces citation for published version apa. The deduction of the boundary layer equations was one of the most important advances in fluid dynamics. Drag reduction by means of dimpled surfaces in turbulent.

In many situations involving flows of high reynolds number where inertial forces dominate over viscous forces, such as aircraft flight and the pipeline transportation of fuels, turbulent drag is. Viscous drag reduction proceedings of the symposium on viscous drag reduction held at the ltv research center, dallas, texas, september 24 and 25, 1968. At lower reynolds numbers, socalled secondorder effects vorticity inter action, displacement, curvature, slip, and temperature. Aug 20, 2016 direct force measurements and particle image velocimetry piv were used to investigate the drag and flow structure caused by surfaces with patterns of shallow spherical dimples with rounded edges subject to turbulent boundary layers. The drag force is due to the pressure and shear forces acting on the surface of the object.

Turbulent boundary layer control tblc for skinfriction drag reduction is a relatively new technology made possible through the advances in computationalsimulation capabilities, which have. An examination of trapped bubbles for viscous drag. As the lamina r boundary layer increases in thickness, it becomes unstable and. In addition, a somewhat surprising experimental result was that heat transfer, rather than being increased, was slightly reduced by boundary layer combustion. Using an order of magnitude analysis, the wellknown governing navierstokes equations of viscous fluid flow can be greatly simplified within the boundary layer. The parameters that determine the optimum performance of a given riblet are its optimum size and the slope of the drag curve in the viscous. Pdf turbulent drag reduction by spanwise wall oscillations. Sep 21, 2017 it is shown that in the laminar boundary layer regime, the riblets are able to retard the viscous flow inside the grooves creating a cushion of stagnant fluid that the highspeed fluid above can partially slide over, thus reducing the shear stress inside the grooves and the total integrated viscous drag force on the plate.

Also, numerical methods to solve the equations of motion in the boundary layer are discussed. This volume authoritatively treats viscous drag reduction in four major categorieslaminar flow control, passive turbulent drag reduction, active. The largest drag reduction was found at the highest tested reynolds number of 40,000 based. Many of these techniques have been considered in the literature, but often only for turbulent channel ow. Boundary layers develop along the walls in pipe flow.

It is shown that in the laminar boundary layer regime the riblets are able to retard the viscous flow inside the grooves creating a cushion of stagnant fluid which the. Structure of turbulent boundary layers at maximum drag. Drag reduction of up to 4 % is found compared to a flat surface. In aerodynamics, separation is usually undesirable because it increases drag, as we will see in chapter 8. Drag reduction by riblets philosophical transactions of. It gives a designers view of the nasa laminar flow control program and the innovation of riblet application to transport aircraft. Your task will be to compare a set of di erent active drag reduction techniques in turbulent boundary layer. The present volume discusses the development status of stability theory for laminar flow control design, applied aspects of laminarflow technology, transition. Due to the greater shear stress at the wall, the skin friction drag is greater for turbulent boundary layers than for laminar ones. In a boundary layer, however, viscous forces dominate over inertial forces. Exact equations for the velocity profile in the viscous boundary layer were derived by stokes in. At various levels of modeling the featuring physical phenomena will be described. Viscous drag reduction in boundary layers aiaa arc.

Drag reduction of a turbulent boundary layer using plasma. Explain the concept of momentum thickness and displacement thickness. Reduction of turbulent boundary layer drag through. Also treated are such active turbulent dragreduction technique applications as those pertinent to mhd flow drag reduction, as well as drag reduction in liquid boundary layers by gas injection, drag reduction by means of polymers and surfactants, drag reduction by particle addition, viscous drag reduction via surface mass injection, and interactive wallturbulence control. Viscous drag reduction in boundary layers progress in. Green street, urbana, illinios 61801, usa published july 2007 the seemingly simple problem of determining the drag on a body moving through a very viscous. Drag reduction by riblets philosophical transactions of the. Evaluation of skin friction drag reduction in the turbulent. Direct numerical simulations of highspeed turbulent. Skinfriction drag reduction of up to 25 per cent was obtained from this technique. Drag reduction of turbulent boundary layers by means of. A cross sectional view shows the layer at the top and the bottom creating a symmetrical profile. The extent to which this condition modi es the general character of the. Boundary layer combustion for viscous drag reduction in.

The ow conditions and numerical methods are outlined in section ii. Riblets only lead to a drag reduction within the turbulent boundary layer while there height is within the viscous sublayer. Separation of the boundary layers occurs whenever the flow tries to decelerate quickly, that is. Direct force measurements and particle image velocimetry piv were used to investigate the drag and flow structure caused by surfaces with patterns of shallow spherical dimples with rounded edges subject to turbulent boundary layers. Boundary layers are caused by diffusion of momentum.

Of the various types of drag forces which arise, viscous, or skin friction, drag is one of the most important. Drag reduction using wrinkled surfaces in high reynolds. Find materials for this course in the pages linked along the left. Skin friction drag is the frictional shear force exerted on a body aligned parallel to the flow, and therefore a direct result of the viscous boundary layer. Introduction the classical boundarylayer theory applies only if the reynolds number is sufficiently high. Download pdf viscous drag reduction in boundary layers. For example, it can comprise up to 50% of the total drag on an aircraft in the cruise condition. The mechanism of drag reduction seems to strongly relate to the spanwise vorticity generated by the periodic stokes layer over the oscillating wall, which affects the boundarylayer profile by. Drag reduction in turbulent boundary layers by inplane. A brief overview of each area is provided by a recognized authority to highlight both relevant prior work and the importance of the paper to the drag reduction field. Thus, viscous drag reduction of turbulent boundary layer has received widespread attention. In the general case of particles immersed in a viscous fluid, forces do not cause acceleration but lead to a final velocity v so that the intensity of the force f is balanced by the resistance r vd i. The field itself is rich with studies, efforts, failures and successes starting back from the 1950s. The section on active turbulent drag reduction treats mhd flow drag reduction, drag reduction by polymers and surfactants, drag reduction by particle addition, and viscous drag reduction via surface mass injection.

The common mechanism of turbulent skinfriction drag. Extrapolation of drag reduction data from dns to high reynolds number flows of practical interest is discussed. The application of riblets within a laminar boundary layer would have a comparable impact as the application of a surface roughness increasing the overall viscous drag indinger 1999. Turbulence, drag reduction, riblets, boundary layers, skin friction. A brief overview of each area is provided by a recognized authority to highlight both relevant prior work and. M system for viscous drag reduction caltech thesis.

Structure of turbulent boundary layers at maximum drag reduction. Reduction of viscous shocklayer equations to boundary. It is shown that in the laminar boundary layer regime, the riblets are able to retard the viscous flow inside the grooves creating a cushion of stagnant fluid that the highspeed fluid above can partially slide over, thus reducing the shear stress inside the grooves and the total integrated viscous drag force on the plate. Boundary layers and separation applied computational fluid. Download pdf viscous drag reduction in boundary layers book full free. Drag reduction, riblets, boundary layers, laminar, openfoam i. Introduction the classical boundary layer theory applies only if the reynolds number is sufficiently high. Reduction of viscous drag has therefore been the object of many recent studies. Overall, this drag reduction technique has demonstrated a reduction in the vehicles net power requirement. Twodimensional laminar boundary layers 1 introduction. Since the riblets have to be in the inner layer sublayer of the boundary layer in order to for the.

This volume authoritatively treats viscous drag reduction in four major categorieslaminar flow control, passive turbulent drag reduction, active turbulent drag reduction, and interactive turbulent drag reductionand presents emerging technologies, such. Experimental findings around coherent vortical structures cvs in turbulent boundary layers and methods of controlling them static and dynamic mechanical characteristics of elastic composite coatings, as well as new techniques and devices developed for their measurement combined methods of flow control and drag reduction, including the effect of injection of polymer solutions, elastic coatings and generated longitudinal vortical structures on hydrodynamic resistance. The topics covered are laminar boundary layers, turbulent flows, nonplanar geometries, blowing and suction, polymer additives, and compliant surfaces. In many situations involving flows of high reynolds number where inertial forces dominate over viscous forces, such as aircraft flight and the pipeline transportation of. Effect of drag reducing riblet surface on coherent. Direct numerical simulations of highspeed turbulent boundary. Pdf viscous drag reduction in boundary layers download. Viswanath experimental aerodynamics division, national aerospace laboratories, bangalore 560 017, india abstract the last two decades have seen considerable research activity on the use of riblets for viscous drag reduction. Streamwise variations of turbulence statistics up to maximum drag reduction state in turbulent boundary layer flow due to surfactant injection. The tangential shear stresses acting on the object produce friction drag or viscous drag.

Viscous drag reduction book subtitle proceedings of the symposium on viscous drag reduction held at the ltv research center, dallas, texas, september 24 and 25, 1968. Experiments were conducted in the t4 stalker tube to study the effects of these. Viscous flow drag reduction progress in astronautics and. Boundary layers develop along the aerofoil shown above. Turbulent drag reduction by passive mechanisms nature. This result suggests that the viscous effects are at play in the drag reduction for a turbulent boundary layer, in the sense that they compensate for the increase in wetted area. Drag reduction of turbulent boundary layers by means of grooved surfaces.

Solve problems involving laminar and turbulent boundary layers. Reduction of ship resistance through induced turbulent boundary layers by kevin joseph donnelly bachelors of science. Friction drag is dominant in flow past a flat plate and is given by the surface shear stress times the area. Reduction of turbulent boundary layer drag through dielectric. Boundary layer concepts henryk kudela contents 1 introduction. The paper deals with changes in the turbulent boundary layer resulting in frictional drag reduction. Notably, the characteristic of the partial differential equations pde becomes parabolic, rather than.

Numerical supported design of continuously adapted riblets. Viscous drag reduction proceedings of the symposium on. From boundary layers to the renormalization group john veysey ii and nigel goldenfeld department of physics, university of illinois at urbanachampaign, 1110 w. Click download or read online button to viscous drag reduction in boundary layers book pdf for free now. Pdf viscous drag reduction in boundary layers download full.

When a viscous uid ows along a xed impermeable wall, or past the rigid surface of an immersed body, an essential condition is that the velocity at any point on the wall or other xed surface is zero. Viscous drag reduction in boundary layers available for download and read online in other formats. Viscous drag reduction in turbulent boundary layers has been an exceptionally interesting topic within fluid dynamics for several decades. Two model boats were created, a control an unmodified model and the experiment hull one. Boundary layers, separation, and drag advanced fluid. Download pdf viscous drag reduction in boundary layers free. Introduction the concept of achieving frictional drag reduction at high reynolds numbers using riblets. The flow in the middle is fastest since it has not been slowed by the momentum transfer in the boundary layers. Drag reduction in turbulent boundary layer via flow control. Drag reduction via turbulent boundary layer ow control. Reduction of ship resistance through induced turbulent boundary layers by kevin joseph donnelly bachelors of science ocean engineering florida institute of technology 2009 a thesis submitted to the florida institute of technology in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of master of science in ocean engineering melbourne, florida. Library of congress cataloging in publication data. It is shown that, for a given geometry and size of the surface microtexture in wall units, the drag reduction performance of microtextured surfaces degrades with increasing bulk reynolds number of the flow.

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