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## Revision as of 19:21, 29 August 2009

# The plane wall jet

Underlying Flow Regime 3-10 © copyright ERCOFTAC 2004

## References

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[1] Nizou et al. were the first to report on direct wall shear stress measurements using LDV, but their data are likely to be influenced by insufficient spatial resolution and the presence of a return flow.

[2] ERCOFTAC “Classic Collection” Database, test case C. 55, at test case 55.

[3] A mean slot height was determined from measurements of the volumetric flow out of the tank vs. Dh (adjusting b to get the correct flow rate), using an experimentally determined inlet velocity profile. The "effective" b was found to be approximately 9.5 mm, which is consistent with the direct determination of the slot height within the experimental uncertainties.

[4] Some of the experimental data referred to here have not yet been submitted to the ERCOFTAC Data Bank

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Contributors: Jan Eriksson; Rolf Karlsson - Vattenfall Utveckling AB