Aerodynamics-influence on transition, Other Engineering

Influence on transition

Reynolds number - relates importance of viscousforces (relative to inertia)

Lower Re - molecular diffusion more important; disturbances damped out

Factors that promote transition

• roughness

• high Re

• adverse pressure gradient 

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