7th Edition. – McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York, USA, 1979 – 419 p. – ISBN: 0070553343
Boundary layer theory is the cornerstone of our knowledge of the flow of air and other fluids of small viscosity under circumstances of interest in many engineering applications. Thus many complex problems in aerodynamics have been clarified by a study of the flow within the boundary layer and its effect on the general flow around the body. Such problems include the variations of minimum drag and maximum lift of airplane wings with Reynolds number, wind-tunnel turbulence, and other parameters. Even in those cases where a complete mathematical analysis is at present impracticable, the boundary-layer concept has been extraordinarily fruitful and useful. The development of boundary-layer theory during its first fifty years is a faseinating illustration of the birth of a new concept, its slow growth for many years in the hands of its creator and his associates, its belated acceptance by others, and the subsequent almost exponential rise in the number of contributors to its further development. The first, decade following the classical paper of Prandtl in 1904 brought forth fewer than 10 papers by Prandtl and his students, a rate of about one paper per year. During the past year over 100 papers wore published on various aspects of boundary-layer theory and related experiments. The name of H. Schlichting first appears in 1030 with his doctoral thesis on the subject of wake flow. Shortly there after Schlichting devoted major effort to the problem of the stability of laminar boundary-layer flow. Contents Fundamental laws of motion for a viscous fluid Outline of fluid motion with friction Outline of boundary-layer theory Derivation of the equations of motion of a compressible viscous fluid (Nnvier-Stokes equations) General properties of t he Navier-Stokes oquntions Exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations Very slow motion Laminar boundary layers Boundary-layer equation for two-dimensional incompressible flow; boundary layer on a plate General properties of the boundary-layer equations Exact solutions of the steady-state boundary-layer equations in two-dimensional motion Approximate methods for the solution of the1 two-dimensional, steady boundnry-layer equations Axially symmetrical and three-dimensional boundary layers Thermal boundary layers in laminar flow Laminar boundary layers in compressible flow Boundary-layer control in laminar flow Non steady boundary layers Transition Origin of turbulence I Origin of turbulence II Turbulent boundary layers Fundamentals of turbulent, flow Theoretical assumptions for the calculation of turbulent flows Turbulent, flow through pipes Turbulent boundary layers at, zero pressure gradient.; flat plate; rotating disk; roughness The incompressible turbulent boundary layer with pressure gradient Turbulent boundary layers in compressible flow Free turbulent flows; jets and wakes Determination of profile drag
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