2 edition of **Smooth and roughened horizontal cylinders in periodic waves and current** found in the catalog.

Smooth and roughened horizontal cylinders in periodic waves and current

Chung-chu Teng

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Published
**1986**
by Dept. of Civil Engineering, Ocean Engineering Program, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore
.

Written in English

- Water waves -- Models.,
- Cylinders -- Testing.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Chung-Chu Teng and John H. Nath. |

Series | ORESU-O -- 86-002. |

Contributions | Nath, John H., Oregon State University. Ocean Engineering Program., Oregon State University. Sea Grant College Program. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 224 p. : |

Number of Pages | 224 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17641684M |

This report presents the results on an extensive experimental investigation of the in-line and transverse forces acting on smooth and rough circular cylinders placed in oscillatory water flow at Reynolds numbers up to ,, Keulegan-Carpenter numbers up to , and relative roughnesses from to Pages: A periodic array of parallel and infinitely long dielectric circular cylinders surrounded by air can be regarded as a simple two-dimensional periodic waveguide. For linear cylinders, guided modes exist continuously below the lightline in various frequency intervals, but standing waves, which are special guided modes with a zero Bloch wavenumber, could exist above the lightline at a discrete.

When a binary mixture of two granules with different material properties is rotated in a horizontal rotating drum the granules often segregate. The smaller particles move towards the radial core within the first seconds. Depending on granular properties, drum speeds, and drum dimensions, axial segregation can follow. Wave force coefficient variability for cylinders, from wave to wave in a train of periodic waves, has been shown to be dependent on the phase of the force record relative to the ambient flow. The phase varies due to vortex shedding, but the maximum force is approximately constant as seen from this work and the work of other by: 6.

The calibrated acoustic backscattering spectrum versus aspect angle, also called the “acoustic color” or “acoustic template,” of solid cylinders located near a flat interface was previously studied for the case where the cylinder axis was vertically oblique relative to the interface and was insonified by a beam at a non-zero grazing angle. The presence of the interface allows for Author: Daniel S. Plotnick, Philip L. Marston. This paper deals with wave characteristics of a cylinder with periodic ribs. The equation of motion of the stiffened cylinder is first derived using a receptance coupling method. The dispersion diagrams of the stiffened cylinder are then obtained in order to figure out the effects of the ribs on the wave : Byung-kyoo Jung, Chinsuk Hong, Jungsoo Ryue, Weui-bong Jeong, Ku-Kyun Shin.

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