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Numerical solution of three-dimensional rectangular submerged jets with the evidence of the undisturbed region of flow

Numerical solution of three-dimensional rectangular submerged jets with the evidence of the undisturbed region of flow
Numerical solution of three-dimensional rectangular submerged jets with the evidence of the undisturbed region of flow

The evolution of turbulent rectangular submerged free jets has been investigated numerically with a two-dimensional (2D) approach by the present authors and, by using the large eddy simulations (LES) at several Reynolds numbers. The average numerical results confirmed the presence of the undisturbed region of flow (URF) located between the slot exit and the beginning of the potential core region (PCR) previously observed experimentally at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” by Gori and coworkers. The 2D study of the present authors carried out under the conditions previously investigated in the literature, showed that the URF has a self-similar behavior, and proposed a new law for the evolution of the momentum. The present paper extends the LES to three-dimensional (3D) rectangular submerged free jets, in the range from Re = 5,000 to Re = 40,000, showing that the self-similar behavior of URF is also present in the 3D numerical simulations, as well as in the PCR and in the fully developed region (FDR).

1040-7782
815-830
Angelino, M.
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Boghi, A.
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Gori, F.
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Angelino, M.
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Boghi, A.
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Gori, F.
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Angelino, M., Boghi, A. and Gori, F. (2016) Numerical solution of three-dimensional rectangular submerged jets with the evidence of the undisturbed region of flow. Numerical Heat Transfer Part A: Applications, 70 (8), 815-830. (doi:10.1080/10407782.2016.1214494).

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Abstract

The evolution of turbulent rectangular submerged free jets has been investigated numerically with a two-dimensional (2D) approach by the present authors and, by using the large eddy simulations (LES) at several Reynolds numbers. The average numerical results confirmed the presence of the undisturbed region of flow (URF) located between the slot exit and the beginning of the potential core region (PCR) previously observed experimentally at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” by Gori and coworkers. The 2D study of the present authors carried out under the conditions previously investigated in the literature, showed that the URF has a self-similar behavior, and proposed a new law for the evolution of the momentum. The present paper extends the LES to three-dimensional (3D) rectangular submerged free jets, in the range from Re = 5,000 to Re = 40,000, showing that the self-similar behavior of URF is also present in the 3D numerical simulations, as well as in the PCR and in the fully developed region (FDR).

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Accepted/In Press date: 23 June 2016
e-pub ahead of print date: 20 September 2016

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Local EPrints ID: 421726
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/421726
ISSN: 1040-7782
PURE UUID: e0cb11f9-8c88-4a04-be9d-82827e364bf1
ORCID for A. Boghi: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-9387-326X

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Date deposited: 25 Jun 2018 16:30
Last modified: 15 Aug 2019 01:02

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