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Three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers: a report on EUROMECH 33

  • H. Fernholz (a1)

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The 33rd EUROMECH Colloquium on three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers was held in Berlin during 25–27 September 1972. Forty-two participants from six countries were present, and Professor R. Wille and the author organized the Colloquium. The papers presented could be clearly divided into two groups, one dealing with prediction methods and the other describing experimental results. References quoted give the titles of the papers presented at the meeting and refer to further work discussed at the Colloquium; there will be no other publication of the proceedings.

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Three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers: a report on EUROMECH 33

  • H. Fernholz (a1)

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