Physics of Fluids A: Fluid Dynamics
It is known that the incompressible, infinite swept attachment line flow is unstable to streamwise disturbances that originate in the boundary layer when the cross-flow exceeds a critical magnitude. Furthermore, a small degree of suction at the surface has a significant stabilizing influence while a small degree of blowing has a considerable destabilizing influence. This paper investigates the stabilizing and destabilizing effects of, respectively, cooling or heating the plate and the competing or enhancing effects of suction or blowing. A nonorthogonal flow with respect to the attachment line is also considered by adding a component of shear to the mean flow. © 1992 American Institute of Physics.
Original Publication Citation
Lasseigne, D. G., Jackson, T. L., & Hu, F. Q. (1992). Temperature and suction effects on the instability of an infinite swept attachment line. Physics of Fluids A: Fluid Dynamics, 4(9), 2008-2012. doi:10.1063/1.858370
Lasseigne, D. G.; Jackson, T. L.; and Hu, F. Q., "Temperature and Suction Effects on the Instability of an Infinite Swept Attachment Line" (1992). Mathematics & Statistics Faculty Publications. 25.