The topics include the effects of spatial resolution in turbulent boundary layers with pressure gradients, fatigue damage mechanisms of titanium in inert environment, designing and testing a vertical-axis wind turbine with pitch control, analyzing the stability of a light aircraft configuration using computational fluid dynamics, and analyzing the reliability of power and propulsion systems for a stratospheric airship.
What does TBL stand for?
TBL stands for Turbulent Boundary Layer
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Second, the pressure fluctuation correlative spectrum in the statistical model above is based on the experimental data of a slat cove or the turbulent boundary layer on a flat plate, which are different from the fan blade channel with negative pressure gradient.
The turbulent boundary layer of an aircraft wing first undergoes favorable pressure gradient and then adverse pressure gradient.
A model of average velocity in oscillating turbulent boundary layers.
On today's commercial airliners, about 40 percent of drag can be attributed to the turbulent boundary layer - a thin sheet of air just above the aircraft's skin that creates friction.
The previous numerical simulations were performed using the two-phase turbulent boundary layer (TBL) approach .
Rodi  considers all possible eddy viscosity schemes, including the k-[epsilon] scheme, for solving turbulent boundary layer problems.
But like a freeway where slow-moving cars jump into the fast lanes and vice-versa, the mixing of air molecules in a turbulent boundary layer can significantly impede their flow.