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Progress in Wall Turbulence: Understanding and Modeling

Proceedings of the WALLTURB International Workshop held in Lille, France, April 21-23, 2009

Series: ERCOFTAC Series, Vol. 14

Stanislas, Michel, Jimenez, Javier, Marusic, Ivan (Eds.)

2011, XXIII, 462 p. With online files/update.

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  • Material presented is original and rich;
  • Physical understanding and modeling by different approaches in one workshop;
  • Some of the WALLTURB results presented are a breakthrough in the field.
This book brings together selected contributions from the WALLTURB workshop on ”Understanding and modelling of wall turbulence” held in Lille, France, on April 21st to 23rd 2009. This workshop was organized by the WALLTURB consortium, in order to present to the relevant scientific community the main results of the project and to stimulate scientific discussions around the subject of wall turbulence. The workshop reviewed the recent progress in theoretical, experimental and numerical approaches to wall turbulence. The problems of zero pressure gradient, adverse pressure gradient and separating turbulent boundary layers were addressed in detail with the three approaches, using the most advanced tools. This book is a milestone in the research field, thanks to the high level of the invited speakers and the involvement of the contributors and a testimony of the achievement of the WALLTURB project.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » turbulence

Related subjects » Classical Continuum Physics - Computational Science & Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - Mechanics

Table of contents 

The WALLTURB project; Invited speakers ; The Law of the Wall. Indications from DNS, and Opinion, by P. Spalart; A Web-Services accessible turbulence database and application to a-priori testing of a matrix exponential subgrid model, by C. Meneveau; Modeling Multi-Point Correlations in Wall-Bounded Turbulence, by R. D. Moser, A. Bhattacharya and N. Malaya; Theoretical prediction of turbulent skin friction on geometrically complex surfaces, by P. Sagaut and Y. Peet; Scaling Turbulent Fluctuations in Wall Layers, by R. L. Panton; Session 1 : The WALLTURB LML Experiment; The WALLTURB joined experiment to assess the large scale structures in a high Reynolds number turbulent boundary layer, by J. Delville, P. Braud, S. Coudert, J.M Foucaut, C. Fourment, W.K. George, P.B.V. Johansson, J. Kostas, F. Mehdi, A. Royer, M. Stanislas and M. Tutkun; Calibration of the WALLTURB experiment Hot Wire rake with help of PIV, by M. Stanislas, J.M. Foucaut, S. Coudert, M. Tutkun, W.K. George and J. Delville; Spatial correlation from the SPIV database of the WALLTURB experiment, by J.M. Foucaut, S. Coudert, M. Stanislas, J. Delville, M. Tutkun and W.K. George; Two-Point Correlations and POD Analysis of the WALLTURB Experiment, using the Hot-Wire Rake Database, by M. Tutkun, W. K. George, M. Stanislas, J. Delville, J.-M. Foucaut and S. Coudert; Session 2: Experiments in Flat Plate Boundary Layers;  Reynolds number dependence of the amplitude modulated near-wall cycle, by I. Marusic, R. Mathis and N. Hutchins; Tomographic Particle Image Velocimetry Measurements of a High Reynolds Number Turbulent Boundary Layer, by C. H. Atkinson S. Coudert, J.M. Foucaut, M. Stanislas and J. Soria; Study of the vortical structures in turbulent near wall flow, by S. Herpin, S. Coudert, J.M. Foucaut, J. Soria and M. Stanislas Session 3: Experiments in Adverse Pressure Gradient Boundary Layers; Two-Point Near-wall Measurements of Velocity and Wall Shear Stress beneath a Separating Turbulent Boundary Layer, by P. Nathan and P. E. Hancock; Experimental analysis of turbulent boundary layer with adverse pressure gradient corresponding to turbomachinery conditions, by S. Drobniak, W. Elsner, A. Drozdz and M. Materny; Near wall measurements in a separating turbulent boundary layer with and without passive flow control, by D. Lengani, D. Simoni, M. Ubaldi, P. Zunino and F. Bertini; Session 4: Boundary Layer structure and scaling; On the relationship between vortex tubes and sheets in wall-bounded flows, by S. Pirozzoli; Spanwise characteristics of hairpin packets in a turbulent boundary layer under a strong adverse pressure gradient, by S. Rahgozar and Y. Maciel; The mesolayer and Reynolds number dependencies of boundary layer turbulence, by W.K. George and M. Tutkun; A new wall function for near wall mixing length models based on a universal representation of near wall turbulence, by M. Stanislas; The Stagnation Point Structure of Wall-Turbulence and the Law of the Wall in Turbulent Channel Flow, by V. Dallas and J.C. Vassilicos; Session 9 : Large Eddy Simulation; Wall Modelling for Implicit Large Eddy Simulation of Favourable and Adverse Pressure Gradient Flows, by Z. Chen, A. Devesa, M. Meyer, E. Lauer, S. Hickel, C. Stemmer and N. A. Adams; LES of Turbulent Channel Flow with Pressure Gradient Corresponding to Turbomachinery Condition, by W. Elsner, L. Kuban and A. Tyliszczak; LES modeling of Converging Diverging Turbulent Channel Flow, by J.-P. Laval, W. Elsner, L. Kuban and M. Marquillie Large-scale organized motion in turbulent pipe flow; S. Grosse, D.J. Kuik and J. Westerweel; Session 10: Skin Friction Near-Wall Measurements and Wall Shear Stress, by T. G. Johansson; Measurements of near wall velocity and wall stress in a wall-bounded turbulent flow using Digital Holographic Microscopic PIV and Shear Stress Sensitive Film, by O. Amili and J. Soria; Friction measurement in zero and adverse pressure gradient boundary layer using oil droplet interferometric method, by P. Barricau, G. Pailhas, Y. Touvet and L. Perret; Session 11 : Modified wall flow Scaling of turbulence structures in very-rough-wall channel flow, by D.M. Birch and J. F. Morrison; Characterizing a boundary layer flow for bubble drag reduction, by M. Harleman, R. Delfos, J. Westerweel, T. van Terwisga; Direct and large eddy numerical simulations of turbulent visco-elastic drag reduction, by L. Thais, A. E. Tejada-Martinez, T. B. Gatski, G. Mompean, H. Naji; DNS of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Turbulent Channel Flow, by M. Tanahashi, Y. Tominaga, M. Shimura, K Hashimoto and T. Miyauchi; Session 12 : Industrial modeling; Evaluation of v2-f and ASBM turbulence models for transonic aerofoil RAE2822, by J. J. Benton; Turbulence modelling applied to aerodynamic design, by V. Levasseur, S. Joly and J.-C. Courty

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