Geurts, Bernard J.editor.
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Engineering Fluid Dynamics.
Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer.
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AbstractThis volume reflects the state of the art of numerical simulation of transitional and turbulent flows and provides an active forum for discussion of recent developments in simulation techniques and understanding of flow physics. Following the tradition of earlier DLES workshops, these papers address numerous theoretical and physical aspects of transitional and turbulent flows. At an applied level it contributes to the solution of problems related to energy production, transportation, magneto-hydrodynamics and the environment. A special session is devoted to quality issues of LES. The ninth Workshop on 'Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation' (DLES-9) was held in Dresden, April 3-5, 2013, organized by the Institute of Fluid Mechanics at Technische Universität Dresden. This book is of interest to scientists and engineers, both at an early level in their career and at more senior levels.
Preface -- Part I LES Modelling -- On scale separation in large eddy simulations, by Roel Verstappen -- Numerical experiments with a new dynamic mixed subgrid-scale model, by P. Lampitella, F. Inzoli, and E. Colombo -- Implicit Large-Eddy Simulation of Isotropic Turbulent Mixing, by F.F. Grinstein, A.J. Wachtor, J.R. Ristorcelli, and C.R. DeVore -- New differential operators for large-eddy simulation and regularization modeling, by F.X. Trias, A. Gorobets, A. Oliva, and R.W.C.P. Verstappen -- Assessment of Implicit Subgrid-Scale Modeling for Turbulent Supercritical Mixing, by C.A. Niedermeier, S. Hickel, and N.A. Adams -- Validation of an entropy-viscosity model for large eddy simulation, by J.-L. Guermond, A. Larios, and T. Thompson -- A stochastic closure approach for LES with application to turbulent channel flow, by P. Metzner, M. Waidmann, D. Igdalov, Th. von Larcher, I. Horenko, R.Klein, A. Beck, G. Gassner, and C.D. Munz -- Comparison of URANS, PANS, LES and DNS of flows around simplified ground vehicles with passive flow manipulation, by X. Han, S. Krajnović, C.-H. Bruneau, and I. Mortazavi -- Variational Multiscale LES investigation of drag and near-wake flow of an axisymmetric blunt-based body, by A. Mariotti, M.V. Salvetti, and G. Buresti -- SVV-LES and active control of flow around the square back, by Ahmed Body, Noele Peres and Richard Pasquetti -- Design of high-order implicit filters on unstructured grids for the identification of large-scale features in Large-Eddy Simulations, by L. Guedot, G. Lartigue, and V. Moureau -- Part II Numerical methods -- DNS of canonical turbulent flows using the modal discontinuous Galerkin method, by J.-B. Chapelier, M. De La Llave Plata, F. Renac, and E. Lamballais -- LES using a discontinuous Galerkin method: isotropic turbulence, channel flow and periodic hill flow, by C. Carton de Wiart, K. Hillewaert, L. Bricteux, and G. Winckelmans -- Underresolved Turbulence Simulations with Stabilized High Order Discontinuous Galerkin Methods, by Andrea D. Beck, Gregor J. Gassner, Thomas Bolemann, Hannes Frank, Florian Hindenlang, and Claus-Dieter Munz -- A Characteristic-Based Volume Penalization Method for Arbitrary Mach Flows Around Solid Obstacles, by Eric Brown-Dymkoski, Nurlybek Kasimov, and Oleg V. Vasilyev -- DNS of square-cylinder flow using hybrid wavelet-collocation/volume penalization method, by G. De Stefano and O.V. Vasilyev -- Generation of intermittent turbulent inflow and initial conditions based on wavelet construction method, by L. Zhou, J. Grilliat, A. Delgado -- A new high-order method for the accurate simulation of incompressible wall-bounded flows, by Peter Lenaers, Phillip Schlatter, Geert Brethouwer, and Arne V. Johansson -- Part III Quality of LES modelling -- Investigations on the effect of different subgrid models on the quality of LES results, by F. Proch, M.W.A. Pettit, T. Ma, M. Rieth, and A.M. Kempf -- Computational Complexity of Adaptive LES with Variable Fidelity Model Refinement, by Alireza Nejadmalayeri, Oleg V. Vasilyev, and Alexei Vezolainen -- Elimination of curvature-induced grid motion for r-adaptation, by C. Hertel, M. Joppa, B. Krull, and J. Fröhlich -- Reliability of LES simulations in the context of a benchmark on the aerodynamics of a rectangular 5:1 cylinder, by M.V. Salvetti and L. Bruno -- Quantifying the impact of subgrid scale models in actuator-line based LES of wind turbine wakes in laminar and turbulent inflow, by H. Sarlak, C. Meneveau, J. N. Sørensen, and R. Mikkelsen -- Part IV Hybrid models -- Elements and Applications of Scale-Resolving Simulation Methods in Industrial CFD, by F. Menter -- Hybrid LES–URANS Methodology for Wall–Bounded Flows, by S. Schmidt and M. Breuer -- Part V Stability and transition -- Investigations of stability and transition of a jet in crossflow using DNS, by A. Peplinski, P. Schlatter, and D. S. Henningson -- DNS of a double diffusive instability, by J.G. Wissink, H. Herlina, S.I. Voropayev, and H.J.S. Fernando -- Flow past a NACA0012 airfoil: from laminar separation bubbles to fully stalled regime, by I. Rodríguez, O. Lehmkuhl, R. Borrell, and A. Oliva -- Large-Eddy Simulation of a Shallow Turbulent Jet, by R. Mullyadzhanov, B. Ilyushin, M. Hadžiabdić, and K. Hanjalić -- Part VI Turbulence -- Large scale motions in the Direct Numerical Simulation of turbulent pipe flow, by B.J. Boersma -- Turbulent kinetic energy transport in oscillatory pipe flow, by Claus Wagner & Daniel Feldmann -- Large-eddy simulation of the interaction of wall jets with external stream, by I. Z. Naqavi and P. G. Tucker -- Turbulent boundary layers in long computational domains, by G. Eitel-Amor, R. Örlü, and P. Schlatter -- Investigation of dual-source plume interaction in a turbulent wall-bounded shear layer, by Shahin N. Oskouie, Bing-Chen Wang, and Eugene Yee -- LES of the Flow in a Rotating Rib-Roughened Duct, by D. Borello, A. Salvagni, F. Rispoli, and K. Hanjalić -- On the large-eddy simulations of the flow past a cylinder at critical Reynolds numbers, by O. Lehmkuhl, I. Rodríguez, J. Chiva, and R. Borrell -- Large Eddy Simulation of Fluidic Injection into a Supersonic Convergent-Divergent Duct, by B. Semlitsch, M. Mihăescu, and L. Fuchs -- Part VII Compressible flows -- Simulation and modeling of turbulent jet noise, by T. Colonius, A. Sinha, D. Rodríguez, A. Towne, J. Liu, G.A. Brès, D. Appelö, and T. Hagstrom -- Mach number influence on vortex breakdown in compressible, subsonic swirling nozzle-jet flows, by Tobias Luginsland and Leonhard Kleiser -- A symmetry-preserving discretization and regularization subgrid model for compressible turbulent flow, by W. Rozema, R.W.C.P. Verstappen, J.C. Kok, and A.E.P. Veldman -- Implicit LES of Noise Reduction for a Compressible Deep Cavity Using Pulsed Nanosecond Plasma Actuator, by Z. L. Chen, B. Q. Zhang, S. Hickel, and N. A. Adams -- Part VIII Heat transfer and natural convection -- DNS of thermal convection in rectangular domains with different depth, by S. Wagner and O. Shishkina -- Direct Numerical Simulation of low-Mach turbulent natural convection flow in an open cavity of aspect ratio 4, by J. Chiva, O. Lehmkuhl, J. Ventosa, and A. Oliva -- Rotating Rayleigh–Bénard convection of SF6 in a slender cylinder, by S. Horn and C. Wagner -- Large-eddy simulation of flow and heat transfer around a low-Mach number turbine blade, by N. Maheu, V. Moureau, and P. Domingo -- Part IX Aerodynamics and fluid-structure interaction -- Large-eddy simulations for wind turbine blade: dynamic stall and rotational augmentation, by Y. Kim, I.P. Castro, and Z.T. Xie -- Unsteady characteristic of stall around an airfoil by means of high fidelity LES, by N. Alferez, I. Mary, and E. Lamballais -- Compressible DNS of a Low Pressure Turbine subjected to Inlet Disturbances, by L.W. Chen, R. Pichler, and R.D. Sandberg -- Large Eddy Simulation of a NACA-0012 Airfoil Near Stall, by J. AlMutairi, I. AlQadi, and E. ElJack -- Large-Eddy Simulation of a FSI-Induced Oscillation Test Case in Turbulent Flow, by M. Münsch, A. Delgado, and M. Breuer -- Shape optimization and active flow control of truck-trailers for improved aerodynamics using Large-Eddy Simulation and Response Surfaces, by M. El-Alti, P. Kjellgren, and L. Davidson -- Part X Environmental flows -- Numerical simulation of breaking gravity waves, by S. Remmler, M. D. Fruman, U. Achatz, and S. Hickel -- DNS of a radiatively driven cloud-top mixing layer as a model for stratocumulus clouds, by A. de Lózar and J. P. Mellado -- Effect of Ekman Layer on Windfarm Roughness and Displacement Height, by J. P. Goit and J. Meyers -- Pollutant dispersion in the urban boundary layer, by J.M. Tomas, M.J.B.M. Pourquie, H.E. Eisma, G.E. Elsinga, H.J.J. Jonker, and J. Westerweel -- Large-Eddy Simulation model for urban areas with thermal and humid stratification effects, by A. Petronio, F. Roman, V. Armenio, F. Stel, and D. Giaiotti -- Large-eddy simulation of turbulent flow over an array of wall-mounted cubic obstacles, by Mohammad Saeedi and Bing-Chen Wang -- Direct numerical simulation of the 3D stratified separated viscous fluid flows, by P.V. Matyushin and V.A. Gushchin -- Part XI Rotating turbulence -- Effects of rotation on the oscillatory flow over ripples, by D.G.E. Grigoriadis & V. Armenio -- Numerical simulations of a middle gap turbulent Taylor-Couette-Poiseuille flow, by R. Oguic, S. Viazzo, and S. Poncet -- Effect of span-wise resolution for LES of flow over a rotating cylinder at high Reynolds number, by S. Rolfo and A. Revell -- Part XII Reactive flows and combustion -- LES of turbulence-radiation interaction in plane reacting and inert mixing layers, by Somnath Ghosh, Rainer Friedrich, and Christian Stemmer -- A priori analysis of dynamic models for large eddy simulations of turbulent premixed combustion, by D. Veynante, V. Moureau, M. Boileau, and T. Schmitt -- Lagrangian analysis of mixing and soot transport in a turbulent jet flame, by A. Attili, F. Bisetti, M. E. Mueller and H. Pitsch -- The influence of differential diffusion in turbulent oxygen enhanced methane flames, by F. Dietzsch, G. Fru, D. Thévenin, and C. Hasse -- Application of Flamelet Generated Manifolds Approach with Heat Loss Inclusion to a Turbulent High-Pressure Premixed Confined Jet Flame, by A. Donini, S.M. Martin, R.J.M. Bastiaans, J.A. van Oijen, and L.P.H. de Goey -- Direct Numerical Simulations of turbulent H2-air pre-mixtures and analysis towards safety-relevant ignition prediction, by Gordon Fru, Dominique Thévenin, and Detlev Markus -- Large-Eddy-Simulation of High-Frequency Flame Dynamics in Perfect Premix Combustors with Elevated Inlet Temperatures, by Mathieu Zellhuber and Wolfgang Polifke -- Direct Numerical Simulation of Hydrogen-Carbon Monoxide turbulent premixed flame, by F. Battista, F. Picano, G. Troiani, and C.M. Casciola -- Part XIII Magnetohydrodynamics -- Helical turbulence in fluids and MHD, by R. Marino, J. B.
This volume reflects the state of the art of numerical simulation of transitional and turbulent flows and provides an active forum for discussion of recent developments in simulation techniques and understanding of flow physics. Following the tradition of earlier DLES workshops, these papers address numerous theoretical and physical aspects of transitional and turbulent flows. At an applied level it contributes to the solution of problems related to energy production, transportation, magneto-hydrodynamics and the environment. A special session is devoted to quality issues of LES. The ninth Workshop on 'Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation' (DLES-9) was held in Dresden, April 3-5, 2013, organized by the Institute of Fluid Mechanics at Technische Universität Dresden. This book is of interest to scientists and engineers, both at an early level in their career and at more senior levels.
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