Flow structure of wake behind a finite circular cylinder

- Journal title : Transactions of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers B
- Volume 20, Issue 6, 1996, pp.2014-2022
- Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
- DOI : 10.22634/KSME-B.1996.20.6.2014

Title & Authors

Flow structure of wake behind a finite circular cylinder

Lee, Sang-Jun; Jeong,Yong-Sam;

Lee, Sang-Jun; Jeong,Yong-Sam;

Abstract

Flow characteristics of the wake behind a finite circular cylinder(FC) mounted on a flat plate was experimentally investigated. Three finite cylinder models having aspect ratio (length to diameter ratio, L/D) of 6,10 and 13 were tested in this study. Wake velocity was measured by a hot-wire anemometry at Reynolds number of 20,000, and the results were compared with those of two-dimensional circular cylinder. As a result, the free-end effect on the wake structure becomes more dominant with decreasing the aspect ratio(L/D) of the finite cylinder. Invisid flow entrained into the wake region decreases the turbulence intensity and periodicity of the vortex shedding due to existence of the free end. From spectral analysis and cross correlation of the velocity signals, vortices having 24Hz frequency characteristics are found in the down wash flow just behind the free end. There exists very complicated flow near the free end due to interaction between the entrained flow and streamwise vortices. Vortex formation region is destroyed significantly in the near wake and shows quite different wake structures from those of 2-D cylinder.

Keywords

Finite Cylinder;Free End;Cylinder Wake;3-Dimensionality;Hot-Wire Anemometer;

Language

Korean

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