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The mix of accelerating airport congestion and the advert­ vent of huge transports has brought on elevated curiosity in airplane wake turbulence. A quantitative realizing of the interplay among an plane and the vortex wake of a previous plane is important for making plans destiny excessive density air site visitors styles and keep watch over structures. the character of the interplay is determined by either the features of the next airplane and the features of the wake. the various inquiries to be spoke back are: What deter­ mines the complete features of the vortex wake? What houses of the next airplane are vital? what's the function of pilot reaction? How are the wake features relating to the genera­ ting airplane parameters? How does the wake fall apart and the place? lots of those questions have been addressed at this primary plane Wake Turbulence Symposium subsidized by means of the Air strength place of work of Sci­ entific examine and The Boeing corporation. staff engaged in aero­ dynamic study, airport operations, and software improvement got here from a number of count number ries to give their effects and trade details. the recent effects from the assembly offer a present photo of the kingdom of the data on vortex wakes and their interactions with different airplane. Phenomena formerly considered as mere curiosities have emerged as vital instruments for realizing or controlling vortex wakes. the recent varieties of instability happening in the wake may well someday be used for selling early dis integration of the unsafe dual vortex structure.

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5. ~ n/4 ,. 66 If the initial circulation is increased until Q = 'IT/2, then the situation shown in Fig. 4 prevails. The circulation and momentum both decay to. zero in the same time, at which point the wake is a motionless, buoyant cylinder of scale b = 4/3 b. Subsequent solution as the wake buoys upward after T = 'IT/2 is n8t straightforward since it is not reasonable to assume that s is a constant through the last stages of decay and the start of the buoyancycreated circulation. For times T < 'IT/2, the solution is qualitatively the same as that in Fig.

38) and (39) and the matching conditions of eqs. n(8R/E) -1 + ~ (t)} (41) -1 on ~ while the term Ga (t)r in eq. (39) will induce o an extra term in the outer solution of the order E-a . he Ring and the Vorticity Distribution Equation (36) is an ordinary differential equation in r for *(l)(t,~) with t appearing as a parameter, therefore, for each preII scribed vorticity distribution at each instant *(1) can be deter11 mined by eq. (36) and the boundary conditions at r = O. For example, if the initial vorticity distribution is that of a rotating disk (model B in Fig.

The governing equations for v(o)(~,t), however, will be obtained later in the higher order equation in the same manner as in the special cases described in sections 2 and 3. For the sake of simplifying the higher order equations, the continuity equation will be eliminated. The complete continuity equation can be written as L. f)] = 0 variab les The three variab les Ü,V,W ean now be relate d to two and w as follow s, $ (7lb) be The eorres pondin g expan sion for $(s,r, e,t,E ) will (72) are then The relati onshi ps betwee n ü(i), ,,(i), w(i) and ~(i) replae e whieh ons, equati few first The obtain ed from eqs.

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