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Materials - Mechanics | Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation IV

Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation IV

Series: ERCOFTAC Series, Vol. 8

Geurts, Bernard, Friedrich, Rainer, Métais, Olivier (Eds.)

2001, XIV, 530 p.

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The workshop 'Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation-4' was held at the Uni­ versity ofTwente, July 18-20, 2001. DLES4is part of a series ofERCOFfAC workshops that originated at the University of Surrey in 1994. Over the years the DLES-series has grown into a major international venue focused on the development and application of direct and large-eddy simulation. Fundamental turbulence - and modeling issues but also elements from modem numerical analysis are at the heart of this field of interest, a fact which is clearly reflected by the contents of these proceedings. Modeling and simulation of complex flow phenomena forms a central ele­ ment in a large volume of scientific - and applied research. The problem of simulating turbulent flows and capturing their main dynamical features remains a highly motivating challenge. This three-day workshop focused on recent de­ velopments in numerical and physical modeling of complex flow phenomena concentrating on modem strategies in the field of direct and large-eddy simula­ tion. A major aim was to promote the exchange of ideas and problems from both industrial and academic background paying attention to physical, mathematical and engineering aspects.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Finite - Simulation - Variable - calculus - complexity - development - environment - model - modeling

Related subjects » Classical Continuum Physics - Engineering - Mathematics - Mechanics - Physics

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Preface. Experimental measurements of subgrid passive scalar anisotropy and universality; H.-S. Kang, C. Meneveau. Simulation of the motion of particles in turbulent flow; J.G.M. Kuerten, et al. On the accuracy of symmetry-preserving discretization; R.W.C.P. Verstappen. DNS of turbulent supersonic channel flow; R. Lechner, et al. LES of wall-bounded turbulence based on a 6th-order compact scheme; H.J. Kaltenbach, D. Driller. Large eddy simulations using the subgrid-scale estimation model and truncated Navier-Stokes dynamics; J.A. Domaradzki, et al. Assessment of some models for LES without/with explicit filtering; G.S. Winckelmans, H. Jeanmart. Alignment of eigenvectors for strain rate and subgrid-scale tress tensors; K. Horiuti. A finite-mode spectral model of homogeneous and isotropic Navier-Stokes turbulence; E. Leveque, C.R. Koudella. Analysing near-wall behaviour in a separating turbulent boundary layer by DNS; M. Manhart. A dynamic subgrid-scale model based on the turbulent kinetic energy; O. Debliquy, et al. A model using incremental scales applied to LES of turbulent channel flow; F. Bouchon, T. Dubois. Progress in direct simulations of 3d turbulent flames; D. Thevenin, et al. Direct numerical simulation of premixed turbulent combustion; Th.C. Treurniet, et al. Partially-premixed combustion during autoignition of a turbulent nonpremixed flame; R. Hilbert, et al. DNS of turbulent H2/O2 premixed flames using compressible and low-mach number formulations; J. de Charentenay, et al. Numerical simulation of turbulent reacting flow; A.J. Vrieling, et al. Transition in LES of bluff body flows and airfoils; J. Fröhlich, C.P. Mellen. Large-eddy simulation of flow around a high lift airfoil; I. Mary, P. Sagaut. An LESinvestigation of the separated flow past an airfoil at high angle of attack; M. Breuer, N. Jovicic. Direct numerical simulation of three-dimensional transition in the incompressible flow around a wing; Y. Hoarau, et al. DNS of turbulent flows in a channel with roughness; S. Leonardi, P. Orlandi. Dynamics of transitional noncircular buoyant reactive jets with side-wall effects; X. Jiang, K.H. Luo. Direct and large-eddy simulation of a transitional rectangular jet; B. Rembold, et al. Coherent structures in excited spatially evolving round jets; C.B. Da Silva, O. Métais. Direct and large-eddy simulations of compressible open cavity flows; E.J. Avital. Diagonal cartesian method on staggered grids for a DNS in a tube bundle; C. Moulinec, et al. A new approach towards subgrid modeling in magnetohydrodynamic turbulence; W.-C. Müller, D. Carati. Numerical diffusion based on high-order derivatives in MUSCL schemes for LES on unstructured grids; S. Camarri, et al. Large-eddy simulation of variable-density turbulent flows impinging on wall plates and cavity enclosures; K.H. Luo, X. Zhou. An adaptive wavelet method for fluid-structure interaction; N.K.R. Kevlahan, O.V. Vasilyev. Development of coherent perturbations in a laminar boundary layer; H.C. de Lange, R.J.M. Bastiaans. LES of supersonic boundary layers using the approximate deconvolution model; S. Stolz, N.A. Adams. Large-eddy simulation of a spatially growing thermal boundary layer in a turbulent square duct; M.S. Vázquez, O. Métais. DNS of transition near the leading edge of an aerofoil; M. Alam, N.D. Sandham. DNS of turbulent channel flow in the presence of a thin liquid film; S. Solbakken, et al. Direct Simulation of transonic flow over a bump; A.A. Lawa

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