Special Issue "Turbulent Flows at Solid and Free Surface Boundaries in Memory of William W. Willmarth"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2021.
Interests: swimming; vascular flows; bacterial biofilms; cerebral-spinal flows; phonation; papermaking; turbulent boundary layers; drag reduction; wake flows
Bill Willmarth, or W3, was a pioneer in near wall turbulent boundary layer measurements. He was one of the first to make highly resolved measurements of wall pressure fluctuations. He also made hot-wire and LDV measurements with a resolution smaller than a viscous length. Much of what is known about about coherent structures in TBLs finds its roots in work from this era. He later extended his scope to turbulence at free surfaces.
This special issue honors Bill’s legacy by focusing on advances in the structure and dynamics of bounded turbulent shear flows into the 21st century. With invited contributions from premier researchers in the field, the goal of this issue is to show how wide and rich the field continues to be. Submissions are solicited that will highlight the state-of-the-art and chart future directions in the field. Papers broadly related turbulence generated at a solid or free surface boundary are welcome.
Prof. Dr. Timothy Wei
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- boundary layers
- coherent structures
- shear flows
- free surface