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Novak and Tanaka (1977). T h e subject has been most recently studied by Szepessy and Bearman (1992). These authors studied the effect of the aspect ratio (namely the cylinder length-to-diameter ratio) on vortex shedding by using moveable end plates. They found t h a t the vortex-induced lift showed a m a x i m u m for an aspect ratio of 1, where the lift could be almost twice the value for very large aspect ratios. This increase of the lift amplitude was found to be accompanied by enhanced spanwise correlation of the flow.