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Structure of space-time correlations of bursting phenomena in an open-channel flow

  • Hiroji Nakagawa (a1) and Iehisa Nezu (a1)
Abstract

The present study is to investigate the structure of space-time correlations of bursting motions, such as ejections and sweeps in an open-channel flow, by a new conditional sampling analysis of the instantaneous velocity and Reynolds-stress signals measured simultaneously by two dual-sensor hot-film probes. One probe was fixed near the edge of the buffer layer, while the other probe was moved in the streamwise, vertical and spanwise directions. The sorted instantaneous Reynolds-stress signals obtained from the fixed probe were used as a detecting information of the occurrences of ejection or sweep events. The streamwise and vertical spatial characteristics of the ejection-sweep motions, and their convection process are investigated in detail. Also, the spanwise spatial properties of the high- and low-speed streaks in the bursting motions are examined experimentally by the present conditional sampling method.

Next, a qualitative model is proposed which attempts to explain the space-time structures of the bursting phenomenon, on the basis of the above anemometry information and other visual observations.

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