# Pressure Fluctuations in Reattaching Flow

*Wall-pressure fluctuations are measured behind a plate fixed normal to the wall, and spanning the test section of a water tunnel. Two plates are used, the ratios of their heights to the...*

Laminar Flow Between Rotating Porous Disks

*A perturbation solution of the equations of motion for steady, incompressible, laminar flow between a porous rotating disk and a stationary nonporous disk has been obtained. The solution...*

Slow Ono-Newtonian Flow in a Zone of Separation

*Slow motions of purely viscous fluids in a two-dimensional conduit expansion are investigated using a finite-difference numerical scheme. The important concepts in the general theory leading...*

Generalized Profiles of Gradually Varied Flow

*A pattern of similarity is established by means of analytical and dimensional analyses in the nondimensional forms of water-surface profiles of gradually varied flow on mild and steep...*

Horizontal Two-Dimensional Density Current

*The flow in the region of entrainment for a two dimensional horizontal density current was examined and was compared with that of the hydraulic jump, it has been shown that the depth of...*

Flow in a Sharp Corner

*The flow in a V-shaped open channel is studied in the Reynolds number regime where laminar and turbulent flow can coexist. The narrow corner produces a relatively thick laminar sublayer...*

Laminar Flow Between Porous Disks

*The equation of motion for steady, incompressible, axially symmetric flow between parallel porous disks have been solved. The flow is entirely the result of either suction or injection...*

Stokes Flow Behavior of an Accelerating Sphere

*The relation for the force on a sphere undergoing an arbitrary rectilinear acceleration in a viscous fluid was established by Basset in the late nineteenth century. His derivation is based...*

Characteristics on M1 Backwater Curves

*An analysis of M1 profiles with Froude number as a reference parameter is made. A total of 182 M1 profiles in rectangular, trapezoidal, triangular, and parabolic channels are studied....*

Experiments on Lateral Dispersion in Porous Media

*Experiments are carried out to determine the coefficient,*D , of lateral dispersion in flow through porous media, with values of R between 0.3...

Flow Direction Measurement by Hot-Wire Anemometry

*The theory of forced convection caused by the normal and the longitudinal components off the flow around a hot-wire is reviewed. The effect of wire length and the corresponding corrections...*

Wind Driven Water Currents

*Flow induced in a body of water by wind blowing over the surface is studied in a series of experiments in a laboratory channel. Results are coordinated by dimensional analysis and general...*

Turbulent Flow in a Three-Dimensional Channel

*The results of tests to define the Reynolds stress tensor in one corner of a straight, smooth, closed conduit of rectangular cross section were presented. The measurements are used in...*

Sediment Transport in Supercritical Flow

*A study is made of the transition between flow of a solids-fluid mixture in the fully suspended regime and flow with a sediment bed. It is shown that the critical deposit condition is...*

On Froude-Cauchy Similitude

Hydraulic Jump in All Shapes of Horizontal Channels

*A simple analytical solution is presented of the ratios of conjugate depth and energy loss in terms of the upstream Froude number for the hydraulic jump in horizontal rectangular, triangular,...*

Accelerated Motion of a Sphere in a Viscous Fluid

*An investigation was made of the free fall of a sphere from rest in a viscous fluid in order to gain a better understanding of this fundamental form of accelerated motion. For spheres...*

Resistance of Cylindrical Piers in Open-Channel Flow

*An experimental investigation of the variation of the resistance coefficient of cylindrical piers in a rectangular channel was conducted. The resistance coefficient was determined as a...*

Characteristics of the Backwater Curve

*The profiles of over forty Ml curves in rectangular channels are examined. The ranges of variables covered are: n, from 0.012 to 0.050; breadth-to-depth ratio, 2, 10, and infinity; and...*

Dispersion and Adsorption in Porous Media Flow

*A mathematical analysis is presented of the phenomenon of simultaneous dispersion and adsorption of a solute in porous media flow. Mathematical solutions are given that refer to the case...*

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