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Trapped vortices and a favourable pressure gradient

Trapped vortices and a favourable pressure gradient
Trapped vortices and a favourable pressure gradient
It is shown that there exist bodies such that in two-dimensional steady inviscid incompressible flow the pressure gradient is favourable over the entire surface of the body, and the lift is non-zero, if the body is immersed in a uniform stream and there are also two trapped point vortices.
0022-1120
235-255
Chernyshenko, S.I.
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Galletti, B.
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Iollo, A.
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Zannetti, L.
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Chernyshenko, S.I.
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Galletti, B.
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Iollo, A.
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Zannetti, L.
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Chernyshenko, S.I., Galletti, B., Iollo, A. and Zannetti, L. (2003) Trapped vortices and a favourable pressure gradient. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 482, 235-255. (doi:10.1017/S0022112003004026).

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It is shown that there exist bodies such that in two-dimensional steady inviscid incompressible flow the pressure gradient is favourable over the entire surface of the body, and the lift is non-zero, if the body is immersed in a uniform stream and there are also two trapped point vortices.

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Published date: 2003

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Local EPrints ID: 22679
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/22679
ISSN: 0022-1120
PURE UUID: f6a69c39-4e31-4f80-928a-afba58e94cbf

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Date deposited: 16 Mar 2006
Last modified: 27 Apr 2022 09:55

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Author: S.I. Chernyshenko
Author: B. Galletti
Author: A. Iollo
Author: L. Zannetti

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