Mixing of a Turbulent Jet in Crossflow - The Advected Line Puff

Observations on Flow Around Bridge Piers

Concentration Measurements of Buoyant Jets Using Planar Laser-Induced Fluorescence

On the Added Mass of a Turbulent Jet in Crossflow

A Vertically Discharged Buoyant Plume in a Weak Ambient Current

Numerical Model of Dilution in a Dense Bottom Jet in Cross Currents

Experimental Study on Heated Effluent Discharge in a Cross Flow

Experimental Evaluation of the Compressible Portion of a Liquid Flow Crossing a Cavitating Control Valve

Spatial and Temporal Fluctuations of Nearshore Currents Induced by Directional Random Waves

Mixing of a Bent-over Jet in Crossflow

Turbulence Structure of Plane Surface-Jet in a Current

Recent Advances in Engineering Design Methodologies
The paper illustrates the mode of operation of the Engineering Design Research Center (EDRC) at Carnegie Mellon University by describing a number of EDRC projects related to structural...

An Experimental Study of Bivalve Siphonal Jets in a Turbulent Boundary Layer Crossflow
We conducted experiments in a laboratory flume to study the interaction of bivalve siphonal jets with the turbulent boundary layer which forms in the benthic region of shallow estuaries....

Comparison of Maximum Efficiencies in a Cross-Flow Turbine

Energy Loss at Combining Pipe Junction

Observations on Flow Around Bridge Piers

Crossflow vs. Counterflow Air Stripping Costs
Crossflow towers offer a potential economic advantage over counterflow towers due to savings in fan power costs as well as material costs. These savings increase as contaminant volatility...

Side Effect of the Cross-Flow Turbine: Improved Water Quality
The working principle of the Original Cross-Flow Turbine with draft tube demands air induced into the turbine housing to operate at high efficiency. Reoxygenation of water will occur,...

Surface Plumes in Shallow Crossflow

Merging Buoyant Jets in a Stratified Crossflow





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