By S. Fauve, S. Aumaitre, P. Abry, J.-F. Pinton, R. Labbe (auth.), Uriel Frisch (eds.)
Advances in Turbulence VII includes an summary of the nation of turbulence examine with a few bias in the direction of paintings performed in Europe. It represents a virtually whole number of the invited and contributed papers brought on the 7th ecu Turbulence convention, backed via EUROMECH and ERCOFTAC and arranged by way of the Observatoire de l. a. Côte d'Azur. New high-Reynolds quantity experiments mixed with new strategies of imaging, non-intrusive probing, processing and simulation offer top of the range facts which positioned major constraints on attainable theories. For the 1st time, it's been proven, for a category of passive scalar difficulties, why dimensional research occasionally provides the incorrect solutions and the way anomalous intermittency corrections might be calculated from first rules. the amount is therefore geared in the direction of experts within the region of movement turbulence who couldn't attend the convention in addition to anyone drawn to this swiftly relocating box.
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Lik~··'" %.... ::'0 . . ,/,/ '-.... '" non . •. - ... fiber type. 1 10° 10' 102 103 104 105 We Figure 2. Breakup regimes in the parameter space RecWe. Lines of constant Mare calculated for water-air and DI = 5 mm . • , conditions of Fig. la; A, Fig Ib; III , rocket engins. We = pgU/D/cr, ReI = UP/VI' M = pgU/IPIU? LIQUID JET INSTABILITY AND ATOMIZATION 71 2. Regimes of liquid jet breakup. The most well known breakup mechanism of a liquid jet is the Rayleigh breakup. This is due to surface tension and occurs at relatively low jet Reynolds number (Rei = UP/VI of order 102), the value of which depends on the ratio of surface tension forces to viscous forces expressed by the viscosity or Ohnesorge number Oh = Il/(PI aDI)1I2.
In some cases the rear ring is absorbed into the front one. Often misalignment of the rings can occur during the leapfrogging process, this can introduce further instabilities. A high spatial resolution distribution of vorticity across a ring generated using the standard formation geometry can be seen in Fig. 1 . This figure reveals the motion of the secondary ring. Vortical fluid from behind the primary ring is advected rapidly to the fore of the ring. In later stages of the vortex ring evolution, this fluid "wraps around" the core.
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Advances in Turbulence VII: Proceedings of the Seventh European Turbulence Conference, held in Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat, France, 30 June – 3 July 1998 / Actes de la Septième Conférence Européenne de Turbulence, tenue à Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat, France, 30 Juin by S. Fauve, S. Aumaitre, P. Abry, J.-F. Pinton, R. Labbe (auth.), Uriel Frisch (eds.)