@inproceedings{upm1642,
address = {Stanford},
year = {1996},
booktitle = {Studying turbulence using numerical simulation databases. VI : proceedings of the 1996 summer program},
publisher = {Stanford University},
title = {Asymptotic solution of the turbulent mixing layer for velocity ratio close to unity},
abstract = {The equations describing the first two ternas of an asymptotic expansi{\'o}n of the solution of the planar turbulent mixing layer for val{\'u}es of the velocity ratio ci{\'o}se to one are obtained. The first term of this expansi{\'o}n is the solution of the well-known time-evolving probiem and the second, which includes the efFects of the increase of the turbulence scales in the stream-wise direction, obeys a linear system of equations. Numerical solutions of these equations for a two-dimensional reacting mixing layer show that the correction to the time-evolving solution may explain the asymmetry of the entrainment and the differences in product generation observed in flip experiments.},
url = {https://oa.upm.es/1642/},
author = {Higuera Ant{\'o}n, Francisco and Jim{\'e}nez Send{\'i}n, Javier and Li{\~n}{\'a}n Mart{\'i}nez, Amable}
}