An experimental investigation is made of the behavior of an axisymmetrical turbulent swirling natural-convection plume in an otherwise motionless ambient fluid. The swirling plume is issued from the exit of a swirling-plume generator which couples the hot gases from a Bunsen burner flame and the swirling mass of air from a ring of distributed tangential jets. Temperature and velocity fields of the swirling plume are measured by the use of a temperature-calibrated, V-shaped hot-wire probe. Measured results of the vertical and swirling velocities, the temperature, and the characteristic radius of the swirling plume are found to agree closely with the theoretical predictions of Part 1.
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Axisymmetrical Turbulent Swirling Natural-Convection Plume: Part 2—Experimental Investigation
Department of Mechanics, State University of New York, Stony Brook, N. Y.
Lee, S. (September 1, 1966). "Axisymmetrical Turbulent Swirling Natural-Convection Plume: Part 2—Experimental Investigation." ASME. J. Appl. Mech. September 1966; 33(3): 656–661. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3625135
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