The boundary-layer equations for laminar and turbulent incompressible flows about two-dimensional and axisymmetric flows are solved by an implicit finite-difference method. An eddy-viscosity concept is used to eliminate the Reynolds shear-stress term, and an eddy-conductivity concept is used to eliminate the time mean of the product of fluctuating velocity and temperature. Several flows have been computed by this method, and comparisons with experimental data and with the Bradshaw-Ferriss method are made. In general, the agreement is quite good.

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