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Q = U2
dynamic pressure outside of the friction layer
Reynolds number of the friction layer
friction layer thickness
61 = 1( - dY displacement thickness
2 = - (1 dy momentum loss thickness
83 = 1 - dy energy loss thickness
H12 = 61/52
H32 = 63/62 form parameters of the
= I- (u(B2)]2
T turbulent shearing stress
To wall shearing stress
Cf' = o/ U2 local friction drag coefficient
2 mixing length
For the calculation of laminar boundary layers in two-dimensional
incompressible flow, numerous calculation methods have been developed
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