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The acquisition is part of a national infrastructure project on offshore wind energy (NOWERI), and in subproject OBLO (Offshore Boundary Layer Observatory).
Covering first irrotational flow motion of an ideal fluid, then the theory and applications of real fluid flows, he discusses such topics as ideal fluid flows and irrotational flow motion; basic equations and flow analogies for two-dimensional flows; Joukowski transformation, the theorem of Kutta-Jourkowski, and lift force on an airfoil; and turbulence, and applying boundary layer theory to laminar boundary layer flows.
Makinde and Aziz  studied numerically the boundary layer flow induced in a nanofluid due to a linearly stretching sheet with a convective boundary condition at the sheet surface.
Since the aerodynamic performance of compressor grids is mostly defined by the processes that occur at the boundary layers on blades, there is great interest in considering the influence of periodic flow non-uniformity in front of grids on the compressor grids streamlining and flow at the boundary layer on blades (Schlichting 1969; Liblein, Randebuseh 1956).
The turbulent boundary layer of an aircraft wing first undergoes favorable pressure gradient and then adverse pressure gradient.
We monitored the impact of the flowing air core's shift to the temperature boundary layer below the upper plate and how the temperature boundary layer would shift towards the upper plate wall during a forced convection in a horizontal channel.
The study of thermal boundary layer problem for two-dimensional steady and incompressible laminar flow past a wedge has received considerable interest in the field of aerodynamics.
The noise of rotation is due to the adhesion of the air and leafs, resulted in velocity gradient, formed on turbulent boundary layer noise by the vane's surface boundary layer pulse, and it will decline gradually with in increase of the fan speed; The vortex noise is a kind of strong noise which is made by the local pulse power (SHEN & XIE, 2004) with a more narrow frequency characteristics, and the power is made by the Karman Vortex Street of vane trailing.