1987-09-01

Turbulence Length Scale Measurements in a Motored Internal Combustion Engine 871692

A novel technique, using a ‘flying’ Hot Wire Anemometer is described; it is shown how the turbulent structure in a motored engine, using a high molecular weight gas as the working fluid, may be investigated with relative simplicity and very little engine modification. Initial results are presented for integral and micro length scales, which are within the range expected based on previous work.

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