In a recent paper (1) it was indicated that there appeared to be a need for generalizing the well-known logarithmic law of turbulent boundary layers and such a generalization was derived on the basis of a suggestion due to Townsend (2). It was found that the logarithmic formulas constitute only one member of a family of possible formulas, among which that one which best fits the boundary-layer data should be selected.
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March 01 1958
Comparison of Two Analyses of Boundary-Layer Data on a Flat Plate
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Landweber, L., and T. T. Siao. "Comparison of Two Analyses of Boundary-Layer Data on a Flat Plate." J Ship Res 2 (1958): 21–33. doi: https://doi.org/10.5957/jsr.1922.214.171.124
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