Numerical Investigation of a Serpentine Inlet Validated with Experimental Results for Different Turbulence

Aslan, Samet
Kurtuluş, Dilek Funda
Hepkaya, Ender
Yılmaztürk, Sefa


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Citation Formats
S. Aslan, D. F. Kurtuluş, E. Hepkaya, and S. Yılmaztürk, Numerical Investigation of a Serpentine Inlet Validated with Experimental Results for Different Turbulence. 2018, p. 137.