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Sang Joon Lee
Hak Lim Kim
Pohang University of Science and Technology
These images show the flow structure of the plane jet issuing from a sinusoidal wavy nozzle (utmost left side of each image) in three horizontal planes at z = 0, 10, 15mm. The upper three images exhibit the propagation of vortices from the wave edge (z=15mm) to the jet center plane (z=0mm) of the in-phase sinusoidal nozzle in which the upper and lower sides of the sinusoidal nozzle have the same wavy shape without phase difference. The lower images show the large-scale vortices of the jet from the 180° out-of-phase sinusoidal nozzle.
Peculiar vortex structure is formed due to interaction and central migration of large-scale vortices shed from the sinusoidal edge of the nozzle as the flow goes downstream. Compared to the in-phase sinusoidal nozzle jet, the 180° out-of-phase nozzle jet exhibits extension of potential core region and effective suppression of turbulent mixing.
This work was financially supported by KOSEF (Korea Science and Engineering Foundation.
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