AE61032: Introduction To Turbulence

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AE61032
Course name INTRODUCTION TO TURBULENCE
Offered by Aerospace Engineering
Credits 3
L-T-P 3-0-0
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Prerequisites: AE21001 3 - 0 - 0: 3 CreditsNature and origin of turbulence; Reynolds averaging, Boussinesq eddy viscosity hypothesis, Prandtl s mixing length theory and von Karman s similarity hypothesis, vorticity dynamics; Statistical theory of turbulence: isotropic and homogeneous turbulence, scales of turbulence, turbulence modeling: turbulent boundary layers, wakes jets and mixing layers, LES and DNS, experimental methods in turbulence, turbulent flow in pipes.


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