A numerical investigation of three-dimensional unsteady turbulent channel flow subjected to temporal acceleration

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Talha, Tariq;
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    arxiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics

Investigation of turbulence response during constant temporal acceleration and\ud deceleration can assist in improving the understanding of turbulence evolution and flow physics. Such \ud flows have potential importance in engineering applications for\ud example the air... View more
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