Boundary flow characteristics and pressure response behavior of Figure 6.
|Symbol description||Closed & const-pressure, r
[Θ] < r
|κ[Θ] > κ[Ω]||κ[Ω] > κ[Θ]|
|Response behavior||The ④–⑤ is same as the boundary-domain flow of r eD [Ω] & r eD [∞]|
|The ⑥–⑦ is same as the boundary-domain flow of r eD [Ω] & r eD [Θ]|
|④Weak CpBF: const slope||④Strong CpBF: const slope|
|⑤Weak pseudo-CpBF: const slope m||⑤Strong pseudo-CpBF: const slope m|
|⑥Strong CBF: unit slope||⑥Weak CBF: unit slope|
|⑦Weak CpBF: const pressure L||⑦Strong CpBF: const pressure L|
Notes: “CBF” is Closed Boundary Flow, “IARF” is the Infinite-Acting Radial Flow, and “CpBF” is the Constant-Pressure Boundary Flow. “Strong” indicates the boundary layer is the main-flow layer, and “Weak” indicates the boundary layer is the non-main-flow layer.