## An introduction to turbulence and its measurement, Volume 80166210 |

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### Contents

MEASURABLE QUANTITIES AND THEIR PHYSICAL SIGNIFICANCE | 21 |

EXAMPLES OF TURBULENT FLOWS | 47 |

MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES | 85 |

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amplifier anemometer angle apparatus average boundary layer calibration changes circuit complicated constant constant-current constant-temperature control volume convection correlation Couette flow depends diameter diffusion dimensional analysis direction dissipation dU/dy duct dx dy dz effect energy-containing experimental filter fluid temperature frequency response function heat transfer hot films hot wire input integral laminar laminar flow length scale linearizer low-pass filter Mach number mean flow mean product mean square mean velocity molecular momentum motion Navier-Stokes equations noise normal Nusselt Nusselt number obtained output Pitot tube Prandtl number pressure fluctuations pressure gradient probe quantities range rate of strain ratio region resistance Reynolds number Reynolds stresses Section shear stress signal small compared spatial spectra spectral density spectrum speed surface technique temperature fluctuations test rig thermal transport turbulence intensity turbulent energy turbulent flow typical usually velocity components velocity fluctuations velocity gradient viscous voltage vortex lines vorticity wave number wavelengths zero