Data from: The leading-edge vortex on a rotating wing changes markedly beyond a certain central body size

Shantanu S. Bhat, Jisheng Zhao, John Sheridan, Kerry Hourigan & Mark C. Thompson
Stable attachment of a leading-edge vortex (LEV) plays a key role in generating the high lift on rotating wings with a central body. The central body-size can affect the LEV structure broadly in two ways. First, an overall change in the size changes the Reynolds number, which is known to have an influence on the LEV structure. Second, it may affect the Coriolis acceleration acting across the wing, depending on the wing-offset from the axis...
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