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9.5. Sources of further information

A number of Q1 files may be found in the Advanced-Turbulence-models library of low-Reynolds-number turbulence models which demonstrate the use of such models.

Y.S.Chen and S.W.Kim, 'Computation of turbulent flows using an extended k-e turbulence closure model', NASA CR-179204, (1987).

K.Y.Chien, 'Predictions and channel and boundary-layer flows with a low-Reynolds-number turbulence model', AIAA Journal, Vol.20, p33, (1982).

C.K.G.Lam & K.Bremhorst, ' A modified form of the k-e model for predicting wall turbulence', ASME J. Fluids Engng., Vol.103, p456, (1981).

B.E.Launder and B.I.Sharma, 'Application of energy-dissipation model of turbulence to the calculation of flow near a spinning disc', Lett. Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol.1, p131, (1974).

D.J.Monson, H.L.Seegmiller, P.K.McConnaughey and Y.S.Chen, 'Comparison of experiment with calculations using curvature- corrected zero and two-equation turbulence models for a two- dimensional U-duct', AIAA 90-1484, (1990).

V.C.Patel, W.Rodi & G.Scheurer, 'Turbulence models for near-wall and low-Reynolds-number flows: A review', AIAA J, Vol.23, No.9, p1308, (1984)

E.R. Van Driest, 'On turbulent flow near a wall', J.Aero.Sci., Vol.23, p1007, (1956).

D.C.Wilcox, 'Reassessment of the scale determiing equation for advanced turbulence models', AIAA J., Vol.26, No.11, p1299, (1988).

C.Yap,'Turbulent heat and momentum transfer in recriculating and impinging flows', PhD Thesis, Faculty of Technology, University of Manchester, (1987).