This new edition of the near-legendary textbook by Schlichting and revised by Gersten PDF · Fundamentals of Boundary–Layer Theory. Hermann Schlichting . Boundary-Layer Theory. Dr. HERMANN SCHLCHTING. Professor Emeritus at the Engineering University of Braunschweig, Germany. Former Director of the. Dr. HERMANN SCHLICHTING Fort B. Lnnninnr boundary layers .. series of lectures by Sctllichting on boundary-layer theory which had been published.
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Boundary-Layer Theory. Front Matter Pages Some Features of Viscous Flows.
Hermann Schlichting Deceased , Klaus Gersten. Pages Fundamentals of Boundary—Layer Theory.
Field Equations for Flows of Newtonian Fluids. General Properties of the Equations of Motion. Exact Solutions of the Navier—Stokes Equations.
Axisymmetric and Three—Dimensional Boundary Layers.
Unsteady Boundary Layers. Extensions to the Prandtl Boundary—Layer Theory.
Onset of Turbulence Stability Theory. Fundamentals of Boundary-Layer Theory -- 3.
Field Equations for Flows of Newtonian Fluids -- 4. General Properties of the Equations of Motion -- 5. Axisymmetric and Three-Dimensional Boundary Layers -- Unsteady Boundary Layers -- Laminar-Turbulent Transition -- Turbulent Boundary Layers -- Fundamentals of Turbulent Flows -- Internal Flows -- Unsteady Turbulent Boundary Layers -- Numerical Methods in Boundary-Layer Theory -- Numerical Integration of the Boundary-Layer Equations.The hypothesis of absence of friction is not satisfied by any actual fluid; however, it is true that most technically important fluids, for instance air and water, have a very small friction coefficient and therefore behave in many cases almost like the ideal frictionless fluid.
When using half-models in wind tunnels, a peniche is sometimes used to reduce or eliminate the effect of the boundary layer. Unsteady Turbulent Boundary Layers -- Thus, although the skin friction is increased, overall drag is decreased. A rather short fourth chapter introduces the student to the two-dimensional form of the differential energy equation and works out the temperature distributions in Couette and Poiseuille flow.
Special wing sections have also been designed which tailor the pressure recovery so laminar separation is reduced or even eliminated. The second chapter begins by discussing and working through the Poiseuille and Couette flows from a free-body diagram of a fluid element.