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Turbulent Shear Layers In Supersonic Flow

Author: Alexander J. Smits
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387263055
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A good understanding of turbulent compressible flows is essential to the design and operation of high-speed vehicles. Such flows occur, for example, in the external flow over the surfaces of supersonic aircraft, and in the internal flow through the engines. Our ability to predict the aerodynamic lift, drag, propulsion and maneuverability of high-speed vehicles is crucially dependent on our knowledge of turbulent shear layers, and our understanding of their behavior in the presence of shock waves and regions of changing pressure. Turbulent Shear Layers in Supersonic Flow provides a comprehensive introduction to the field, and helps provide a basis for future work in this area. Wherever possible we use the available experimental work, and the results from numerical simulations to illustrate and develop a physical understanding of turbulent compressible flows.

Compressibility Turbulence And High Speed Flow

Author: Thomas B. Gatski
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 012397318X
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Compressibility, Turbulence and High Speed Flow introduces the reader to the field of compressible turbulence and compressible turbulent flows across a broad speed range, through a unique complimentary treatment of both the theoretical foundations and the measurement and analysis tools currently used. The book provides the reader with the necessary background and current trends in the theoretical and experimental aspects of compressible turbulent flows and compressible turbulence. Detailed derivations of the pertinent equations describing the motion of such turbulent flows is provided and an extensive discussion of the various approaches used in predicting both free shear and wall bounded flows is presented. Experimental measurement techniques common to the compressible flow regime are introduced with particular emphasis on the unique challenges presented by high speed flows. Both experimental and numerical simulation work is supplied throughout to provide the reader with an overall perspective of current trends. An introduction to current techniques in compressible turbulent flow analysis An approach that enables engineers to identify and solve complex compressible flow challenges Prediction methodologies, including the Reynolds-averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) method, scale filtered methods and direct numerical simulation (DNS) Current strategies focusing on compressible flow control

Turbulent Shear Layer Shock Wave Interactions

Author: J. Delery
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642827705
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It was on a proposal of the late Professor Maurice Roy, member of the French Academy of Sciences, that in 1982, the General Assembly of the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics decided to sponsor a symposium on Turbulent Shear-Layer/Shock-Wave Interactions. This sympo sium might be arranged in Paris -or in its immediate vicinity-during the year 1985. Upon request of Professor Robert Legendre, member of the French Academy of Sciences, the organization of the symposium might be provided by the Office National d'Etudes et de Recherches Aerospatiales (ONERA). The request was very favorably received by Monsieur l'Ingenieur General Andre Auriol, then General Director of ONERA. The subject of interactions between shock-waves and turbulent dissipative layers is of considerable importance for many practical devices and has a wide range of engineering applications. Such phenomena occur almost inevitably in any transonic or supersonic flow and the subject has given rise to an important research effort since the advent of high speed fluid mechanics, more than forty years ago. However, with the coming of age of modern computers and the development of new sophisticated measurement techniques, considerable progress has been made in the field over the past fifteen years. The aim of the symposium was to provide an updated status of the research effort devoted to shear layer/shock-wave interactions and to present the most significant results obtained recently.

Variable Density Fluid Turbulence

Author: P. Chassaing
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401700753
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The first part aims at providing the physical and theoretical framework of the analysis of density variations in fully turbulent flows. Its scope is deliberately educational. In the second part, basic data on dynamical and scalar properties of variable density turbulent flows are presented and discussed, based on experimental data and/or results from direct numerical simulations. This part is rather concerned with a research audience. The last part is more directly devoted to an engineering audience and deals with prediction methods for turbulent flows of variable density fluid. Both first and second order, single point modeling are discussed, with special emphasis on the capability to include specific variable density / compressibility effects.

Transition Turbulence And Combustion Modelling

Author: A. Hanifi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401145156
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This single-volume work gives an introduction to the fields of transition, turbulence, and combustion modeling of compressible flows and provides the physical background for today’s modeling approaches in these fields. It presents basic equations and discusses fundamental aspects of hydrodynamical instability.

Large Eddy Simulation For Compressible Flows

Author: Eric Garnier
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9048128196
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This book addresses both the fundamentals and the practical industrial applications of Large Eddy Simulation (LES) in order to bridge the gap between LES research and the growing need to use it in engineering modeling.

Engineering Turbulence Modelling And Experiments 6

Author: Wolfgang Rodi
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080530956
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Proceedings of the world renowned ERCOFTAC (International Symposium on Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Measurements). The proceedings include papers dealing with the following areas of turbulence: · Eddy-viscosity and second-order RANS models · Direct and large-eddy simulations and deductions for conventional modelling · Measurement and visualization techniques, experimental studies · Turbulence control · Transition and effects of curvature, rotation and buoyancy on turbulence · Aero-acoustics · Heat and mass transfer and chemically reacting flows · Compressible flows, shock phenomena · Two-phase flows · Applications in aerospace engineering, turbomachinery and reciprocating engines, industrial aerodynamics and wind engineering, and selected chemical engineering problems Turbulence remains one of the key issues in tackling engineering flow problems. These problems are solved more and more by CFD analysis, the reliability of which depends strongly on the performance of the turbulence models employed. Successful simulation of turbulence requires the understanding of the complex physical phenomena involved and suitable models for describing the turbulent momentum, heat and mass transfer. For the understanding of turbulence phenomena, experiments are indispensable, but they are equally important for providing data for the development and testing of turbulence models and hence for CFD software validation. As in other fields of Science, in the rapidly developing discipline of turbulence, swift progress can be achieved only by keeping up to date with recent advances all over the world and by exchanging ideas with colleagues active in related fields.

Mean Flow And Turbulence Measurements In A Mach 5 Free Shear Layer

Author: Richard Dirk Wagner
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A study of the time-averaged mean flow and the turbulence in a Mach 5 free turbulent shear layer has been performed. When the experimental data were reduced with the assumption of constant static pressure through the shear layer, the mean-velocity profile in similarity coordinates was in good agreement with the low speed velocity profile. The intensities of the velocity fluctuations were about a factor of 2 lower than the low speed measurements but with the maximum velocity fluctuations occurring in the same regions of the supersonic and low speed shear layers. A large density fluctuation was observed in the outer part of the shear layer near the boundary of the shear layer and the potential core.

Advances In Computation Modeling And Control Of Transitional And Turbulent Flows

Author: Tapan K Sengupta
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814635170
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' The role of high performance computing in current research on transitional and turbulent flows is undoubtedly very important. This review volume provides a good platform for leading experts and researchers in various fields of fluid mechanics dealing with transitional and turbulent flows to synergistically exchange ideas and present the state of the art in the fields. Contributed by eminent researchers, the book chapters feature keynote lectures, panel discussions and the best invited contributed papers. Contents:Keynote Speakers:Large-Eddy Simulation of the Navier-Stokes Equations: Deconvolution, Particle Methods, and Super-Resolution (A Leonard)Convective Transport in the Sun (S M Hanasoge, L Gizon, K R Sreenivasan)Rapidly-Rotating Turbulence and its Role in Planetary Dynamos (P A Davidson)Low-Order Models for Control of Fluids: Balanced Models and the Koopman Operator(C W Rowley)Contributed Papers:Different Routes of Transition by Spatio-Temporal Wave-Front (S Bhaumik, T K Sengupta, V Mudkavi)Bypass Transitional Flow Past an Aerofoil With and Without Surface Roughness Elements (Y G Bhumkar, T W H Sheu, T K Sengupta)Global Stability and Transition to Intermittent Chaos in the Cubical Lid-Driven Cavity Flow Problem (J-Ch Loiseau, J-Ch Robinet, E Leriche)Spatio-Temporal Wave Front — Essential Element of Flow Transition for Low Amplitude Excitations (A Mulloth, P Suchandra, T K Sengupta)Simulations Using Transition Models within the Framework of RANS (Y C Manu, A Rajesh, M B Subrahmanya, D S Kulkarni, B N Rajan)DNS of Incompressible Square Duct Flow and Its Receptivity to Free Stream Turbulence (P M Bagade, N Sawant, M Sriramkrishnan, T K Sengupta)Evolution of RANS Modelling of High Speed Mixing Layers using LES (A S Iyer, N K S Rajan, D Chakraborthy)Numerical Investigation of Centrifugal Instability Around a Circular Cylinder Rotated Impulsively (A M Prabhu, R K Shukla, J H Arakeri)Direct Numerical Simulations of Riblets in a Fully-Developed Turbulent Channel Flow: Effects of Geometry (J H Ng, R K Jaiman, T T Lim)Computational Studies on Flow Separation Controls at Relatively Low Reynolds Number Regime (K Fujii)Frequency Dependent Capacitance SDBD Plasma Model for Flow Control (P M Bagade, T K Sengupta, S Sengupta, H D Vo)Effects of Uniform Blowing or Suction on the Amplitude Modulation in Spatially Developing Turbulent Boundary Layers (Y Kametani, R Örlü, P Schlatter, K Fukagata)Turbulent Drag Reduction in Channel Flow Using Weak-Pressure Forcing (B A Khan, M F Baig)Drifting of Internal Gravity Wave in a Non-Boussinesq Stably Stratified Turbulent Channel Flow (S M Yahya, S Sanghi, S F Anwer)Numerical Study of Sink Flow Turbulent Boundary Layers (S S Patwardhan, O N Ramesh)Coherent Structure in Oil Body Embedded in Compound Vortex (T O Chaplina, Yu D Chashechkin)Quantitative Characterization of Single Orifice Hydraulic Flat Spray Nozzle (D M Sharma, W T Lai)Shell Model for Buoyancy-Driven Turbulent Flows (A Kumar, M K Verma)Numerical Simulations in Low–Prandtl Number Convection (J D Scheel, J Schumacher)Effect of Buoyancy on Turbulent Mixed Convection Flow Through Vertical and Horizontal Channels (N Satish, K Venkatasubbaiah, R Harish)Computation of Boundary Layer Flow over Porous Laminated Flat Plate (K A Nair, A Sameen, S A Lal)Boundary Condition Development for an Adverse Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary Layer at the Verge of Separation (V Kitsios, C Atkinson, J A Sillero, G Borrell, A G Gungor, J Jiménez, J Soria)Some Interesting Features of Flow Past Slotted Circular Cylinder at Re = 3500 (G K Suryanarayana, V Y Mudkavi, R Kurade, K M Naveen)A High-Resolution Compressible DNS Study of Flow Past a Low-Pressure Gas Turbine Blade (R Ranjan, S M Deshpande, R Narasimha)Numerical Simulation of Impulsive Supersonic Flow from an Open End of a Shock Tube: A Comparative Study (T Murugan, S De, V Thiagarajan)Green''s Function Analysis of Pressure-Strain Correlations in a Supersonic Pipe, Nozzle and Diffuser (S Ghosh, R Friedrich)The Structure of Turbulence in Poiseuille and Couette Flow at Computationally High Reynolds Number (S Pirozzoli, M Bernardini, P Orlandi)A New Reynolds Stress Damping Function for Hybrid RANS/LES with an Evolved Functional Form (J Weatheritt, R D Sandberg)Direct Numerical and Large Eddy Simulations of Helicity-Induced Stably Stratified Turbulent Flows (A Rahimi, A J Chandy)Comparison of RANS and DNS for Transitional Flow Over WTEA-TE1 Airfoil (P M Bagade, É Laurendeau, A Bhole, N Sharma, T K Sengupta)Extracting Coherent Structures to Explore the Minimum Jet Noise (Z Fu, A Agarwal, A V G Cavalieri, P Jordan)Synchronized Large-Eddy Simulations for Sound Generation Analysis (S Unnikrishnan, D V Gaitonde)DNS of a Turbulent Jet Issuing from an Acoustically Lined Pipe (R D Sandberg, B J Tester)Decomposition of Radiating and Non-Radiating Linear Fluctuating Components in Compressible Flows (P Stegeman, A Ooi, J Soria)Toward Control of Compressible Shear Flows: Investigation of Possible Flow Mechanisms (G Kumar, R Bertsch, V Venugopal, S S Girimaji)Damping Numerical Oscillations in Hybrid Solvers through Detection of Gibbs Phenomenon (V K Chakravarthy, D Chakraborty)Forward and Inverse 3D Fourier Transforms of a DNS Wavepacket Evolving in a Blasius Boundary Layer (K-L Kang, K S Yeo)Reduced Order Modeling by POD of Supercritical Flow Past Circular Cylinder (M K Parvathi, S Ijlal, G Pallavi, T K Sengupta)Proper Orthogonal Decomposition vs. Fourier Analysis for Extraction of Large-Scale Structures of Thermal Convection (S Paul, M K Verma)Energy Spectrum and Flux of Buoyancy-Driven Turbulence (M K Verma, A Kumar, A G Chatterjee)DNS of a Buoyant Turbulent Cloud under Rapid Rotation (A Ranjan, P A Davidson)Numerical Simulation of Shock-Bubble Interaction using High Order Upwind Schemes (A Kundu, S De)Rayleigh-Taylor Instability of a Miscible Fluid at the Interface: Direct Numerical Simulation (A Bhole, S Sengupta, A Sengupta, K S Shruti, N Sharma)A High Resolution Differential Filter for Large Eddy Simulation on Unstructured Grids for High-Order Methods (M Najafiyazdi, S Nadarajah, L Mongeau)A Critical Assessment of Simulations for Transitional and Turbulent Flows (T K Sengupta)Panel Discussion Readership: Researchers, professionals, academics, graduate and senior undergraduates in aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, engineering mechanics, geophysics and fluid mechanics. Keywords:HPC;Transition;Turbulence;Flow Control;Turbulence Modelling'