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Boundary-Layer Theory (MW0798) 
Sommersemester 2021
Lehrstuhl für Aerodynamik und Strömungsmechanik (Prof. Adams)
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The lecture covers the basic phenomenons present in boundary-layers. Therefore physical models as well as the derivation of the boundary-layer equations from the Navier-Stokes equations are discussed for flat 2-dimensional cases. In addition, temperature, compressible and 3-dimensional boundary-layers are explained. Finally, the stability theory explaining the laminar-turbulent transition, turbulent boundary-layers and experimental research methods are covered.
"Part A: Analytical Solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations
Part B: Derivation of the boundary-layer equations from the Navier-Stokes equations
Part C: Incompressible boundary-layer equations (flat, 2-dimensional flows)
Part D: Temperature boundary-layers
Part E: Compressible boundary-layers
Part F: 3-dimensional boundary-layers
Part G: Stability theory
Part H: Laminar-turbulent transition
Part I: Turbulent boundary-layers
Part J: Experimental boundary-layer research"
Upon completion of the module, students are able to understand the basic principles to derive the simplified inviscid boundary layer equations used in thermodynamics as well as fluid mechancis. The students are able to use approximate description techniques to assess the behaviour of flows near walls by using simple differential equations and estimate the boundary-layer parameters by using integral relationships. In addition students are able to derive approximative solutions for the flow around profiles, etc. Moreover, after completing the course, the students understand and are able to describe the transition process leading to turbulent flows.

The module consists of lectures, in-class exercises and homework, and discussions. Technical content of the complex phenomenons present in boundary-layers and the stability theory explaining the laminar-turbulent transition will be presented in the lectures and reinforced in the exercises and homework. The exercises and solutions are discussed in class.
Power Point Presentations, lecture notes
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Lecture script, lecture slides, exercise materials with solution, addition materials on the e-learning portal.
Schlichting "Grenzschichttheorie", Frank M. White "Viscous Fluid Flow".
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