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By Jaime Klapp, Leonardo Di G. Sigalotti, Abraham Medina, Abel López, Gerardo Ruiz-Chavarría

This publication gathers chosen contributions provided on the Enzo Levi and XX Annual assembly of the Fluid Dynamic department of the Mexican actual Society in 2014. the person papers discover contemporary advances in experimental and theoretical fluid dynamics and are compatible to be used in either instructing and study. The fluid dynamics purposes lined comprise multiphase flows, convection, diffusion, warmth move, rheology, granular fabrics, viscous flows, porous media flows, geophysics and astrophysics.

The contributions, a few of that are introductory and keep away from using advanced arithmetic, are compatible for fourth-year undergraduate and graduate scholars. therefore, the booklet is of colossal profit to those scholars, in addition to to scientists within the fields of physics, chemistry and engineering with an curiosity in fluid dynamics from experimental and theoretical issues of view.

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The leading edge of the flexible plate is fixed to a thin metallic wire at the distance s = 7 cm downstream the cylinder center, as shown in Fig. 1b. This distance is chosen in such a way that the plate leading edge be outside the suction region behind the cylinder. 2 Hz. The visualizations are made by oxidizing a thin tin wire which passes through the flow perpendicularly to the cylinder. One of the extremes of the wire is connected to the negative pole of a power supply while the positive pole is connected to a copper electrode at the end of the test section (Taneda et al.

These differences are well explained by two nondimensional numbers defined by Alben (2010) which are related to the pressure that the flow exerts on the plate and the mass inertia. Finally, we comment that, while the objective of Allen and Smits (2001) was to harvest electrical energy from the piezoelectric plate, this kind of experiment is also important to understand how a passive fish can be propelled upstream when placed in von Kármán vortices, as shown by Beal et al. (2006). Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the support given by the grant project SEP-CONACyT-2008-103941.

A photo of the flow and the flexible plate is shown in Fig. 2. Oscillations of a Flexible Plate Immersed in a Vortex Street 17 Fig. 1 a Experimental set-up. 5 cm, the cylinder diameters are D = 5 and 13 mm, the distance between the plate leading edge and the cylinder center is s = 7 cm Table 1 Geometrical and elastic characteristics of the flexible plate. 1 × 10−5 Fig. 2 Photo of the flow around the flexible plate visualized via the tin oxide. The flow goes from left to right. The cylinder is not shown in the photo.

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