The organised structures of an experimentally forced circular jet were investigated utilising the Turbulence Filter method in this paper. The jet velocities were measured at the various axial distances and different Reynolds numbers. The jet flow was forced mechanically in triangular form. Hot-wire anemometer technique was used to acquire velocities. A new decomposition technique was used for decomposing unsteady turbulent flow into their unsteady organised and turbulent components, which appears to offer some significant advantages over existing ones. The method is significantly more general than the phase average in its applicability and makes more efficient use of available data.