Spatial resolution and downwash velocity corrections for multiple-hole pressure probes in complex flows
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Correction schemes for finite spatial resolution and induced downwash velocity are presented which have application to the measurement of complex three-dimensional flow fields using five-hole angle-type pressure probes. In the study, induced downwash velocity is assumed to be proportional to the transverse gradients of streamwise velocity. The present correction schemes are validated by application to flows including vortices embedded within turbulent boundary layers and flows in a curved channel with 1.27-cm width, a 40-to-1 aspect ratio, and 59.7 cm of convex surface curvature.
The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00193427
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