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  • Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Volume 137
  • December 1983, pp. 409-421

Effects of imperfect spatial resolution on measurements of wall-bounded turbulentbx shear flows

  • Arne V. Johansson (a1) and P. Henrik Alfredsson (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0022112083002487
  • Published online: 01 April 2006
Abstract

The effects of imperfect spatial resolution on hot-film and hot-wire measurements of wall-bounded turbulent shear flows were studied. Two hot-film probes of different length were used for measurements of fully developed turbulent channel flow in a water tunnel. In the near-wall region significant effects of spanwise spatial averaging due to finite probe size were found for a probe 32 viscous units long. The maximum turbulence intensity attained a 10% lower value than that for a probe about half as long, and the zero-crossing of the skewness factor was shifted away from the wall. This could be attributed to spatial averaging of narrow low-speed regions. Results for different Reynolds numbers, but with the same sensor length in viscous units, showed that Reynolds-number effects are small, and that much of the reported discrepancies for turbulence measurements in the near-wall region can be ascribed to effects of imperfect spatial resolution. Also the number of events detected with the variable-interval time-averaging (VITA) technique was found to depend strongly on the sensor length, especially for events with short duration.

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