Stretched Axisymmetric Vortices In A Compressible Fluid
Stretched axisymmetric vortices in a compressible fluid are considered. The flow associated with the vortex is perpendicular to the plane of the uniform straining flow, a situation that is well suited to modeling an axisymmetric mixing-layer flow. Compressibility effects are considered to be weak to facilitate an analytic solution. Applications to compressible turbulence are discussed.
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Shivamoggi, B. K., "Stretched Axisymmetric Vortices In A Compressible Fluid" (2002). Scopus Export 2000s. 2392.