Katedra energetických strojů a zařízení / Department of Power System Engineering

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Yanovych, Vitalii , Duda, Daniel , Uruba, Václav , Procházka, Pavel , Antoš, Pavel
Effect of Cylinder Roughness on Strouhal Number

The main goal of this paper is to establish a better understanding of the relationship between a Strouhal number and surface roughness. Hot-wire anemometry was used to evaluations the characteristics of turbulent flow behind circular cylinders with different relative roughness 0% (smooth...

Duda, Daniel , Yanovych, Vitalii , Uruba, Václav
Simple Rheoscopic Flows Used in Teaching Fluid Mechanics

Four simple demonstration experiments are presented. They are used as a support in the teaching of Fluid Mechanics I (a compulsory lecture at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen). All mentioned experiments use the rheoscopic fluid obtained as a water solution of mica powd...

Duda, Daniel , Yanovych, Vitalii , Tsymbalyuk, Volodymyr , Uruba, Václav
Effect of Manufacturing Inaccuracies on the Wake Past Asymmetric Airfoil by PIV

The effect of manufacturing geometry deviations on the flow past a NACA 64(3)-618 asymmetric airfoil is studied. This airfoil is 3D printed according to the coordinates from a public database. An optical high-precision 3D scanner, GOM Atos, measures the difference from the idealized...

Yanovych, Vitalii , Duda, Daniel
Structural deformation of a running wind tunnel measured by optical scanning

Nowadays, the development of wind tunnels for the study of various aerodynamic phenomena is actively developing. It is possible to generate a highly laminar flow only under the condition of structural stability of the construction parts of the wind tunnel under the action of s...

Duda, Daniel , Abrhám, Vladimír , Uruba, Václav , Yanovych, Vitalii
Turbulent jet stability increased by ribs inside the nozzle – Stereo PIV measurement one diameter past the nozzle

We observe that decreasing the inner nozzle surface by adding longitudinal ribs increases the jet stability in terms of the amount of turbulent kinetic energy in the near shear layer. We try to explain our observation as a stabilization effect of secondary flow vortices emergi...