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Corrigendum: Measurements of the fluctuating pressure at the wall beneath a thick turbulent boundary layer

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 March 2006

W. W. Willmarth
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Department of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, The University of Michigan[dagger]<div class="fn">At present: Visiting Fellow at the Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics, The University of Colorado.</div>

Abstract

The values reported by Willmarth & Wooldridge (1962) for the root-mean-square wall pressure and the power spectra of the wall pressure are in error. G. M. Corcos and M. K. Bull pointed out to me, in April 1963, that the area beneath the power spectra of figure 4 does not agree with the values of $\sqrt {(p^2)}| q \infty$ and $\sqrt {(p^2)}| \tau_w$ reported in table 3 and in §4·1. The measurements for the wall pressure at high speed, U∞ = 206ft./sec, were fortunately recorded on magnetic tape. It was therefore possible to check the measurements for that case.

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© 1965 Cambridge University Press

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Willmarth, W. W. & Wooldridge, C. E. 1962 J. Fluid Mech. 14, 187.
Willmarth, W. W. & Wooldridge, C. E. 1963 AGARD Rep. no. 456.

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