The boundary layer is formed along a surface of a body in incident flow due to the adhesion of the flowing fluid, e.g. air. Internal friction in the fluid causes a change in the flow course and affects flow resistance and flow velocity.
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Boundary layer analysis with Pitot tube
Investigation of the boundary layer on a flat plate with flow along the plate; two different surfaces
Measurement of boundary layers
Velocity distribution and boundary layer thickness within the boundary layer of a flat plate in longitudinal flow; vertically sliding Pitot tube
Investigation of boundary layers on a flat plate with flow along the plate
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