High resolution methods for computing turbulent flows

William J. Rider, Dimitris Drikakis

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Abstract

Over the past decade there has been an increasing amount of evidence that high resolution numerical methods for hyperbolic partial differential equations have an embedded (or "implicit") turbulence model. The present chapter describes this general class of methods and outlines the basic structure of high resolution methods as an effective turbulence model in the context of large eddy simulation (LES). This discussion is an extension of the MILES concept introduced by Boris, where monotone numerical algorithms are used for LES (MILES is an acronym for monotone integrated LES). We show that the implicit modeling includes elements of nonlinear eddy viscosity, scale-similarity and an effective dynamic model. In addition, we give examples of both success and failures with currently available methods and examine the effects of the embedded modeling in contrast to widely used subgrid scale (SGS) models
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTurbulent Flow Computation
Pages43-74
Number of pages32
Volume66
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Publication series

NameFluid Mechanics and Its Applications
PublisherSpringer Netherlands
Volume66
ISSN (Print)0926-5112

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Large eddy simulation
Turbulent flow
Turbulence models
Partial differential equations
Dynamic models
Numerical methods
Viscosity

Keywords

  • compressible flows
  • high resolution methods
  • incompressible flows
  • large eddy simulation
  • MILES
  • subgrid models
  • turbulence

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Rider, W. J., & Drikakis, D. (2004). High resolution methods for computing turbulent flows. In Turbulent Flow Computation (Vol. 66, pp. 43-74). (Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications; Vol. 66).
Rider, William J. ; Drikakis, Dimitris. / High resolution methods for computing turbulent flows. Turbulent Flow Computation. Vol. 66 2004. pp. 43-74 (Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications).
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