Pressure Drop Measurements in Turbulent Flow Over riblet grooved Surfaces in pipelines and channels

Pressure Drop Measurements in Turbulent Flow Over riblet grooved Surfaces in pipelines and channels

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1.Dont need any introduction,
2.Write about Previous work on Pressure drop measurement over riblets
3.Please focus only on the results of Pressure Drop over Smooth and Rib Surfaces
4.Pleaser ignore anything related to heat transfer or polymer
5.Please mention what type of groove the author used and what was the dimension
6.I want it to be like story OF PREVIOUS WORK
7.Use only these references that you can download them from this link
http://www.mediafire.com/view/2n4twmd8nt555eg/aaa.rar
8.Dont use the same sequences of the reference coz I just put them randomly , but for you please organize them as story

Pressure Drop Measurements in Turbulent Flow Over riblet grooved Surfaces in pipelines and channels

Note:
1.    Don’t need any introduction,
2.    Write about Previous work on Pressure drop measurement over riblets
3.    Please focus only onthe results of Pressure Drop over Smooth and Rib Surfaces
4.    Pleaser ignore anything related to heat transfer or polymer
5.    Please mention what type of groove the author used and what was the dimension
6.    I want it to be like storyOF PREVIOUS WORK
7.    Use only these references that you can download them from this link
http://www.mediafire.com/view/2n4twmd8nt555eg/aaa.rar
8.    Don’t use the same sequences of the reference coz I just put them randomly , but for you please organize them as story
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