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Large-Eddy Simulation on Curvilinear Grids Using Compact Differencing and Filtering Schemes

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M. R. Visbal, D. P. Rizzetta

Computational Sciences Branch, Aeronautical Sciences Division, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433

J. Fluids Eng 124(4), 836-847 (Dec 04, 2002) (12 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1517564 History: Received March 25, 2002; Revised May 29, 2002; Online December 04, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Figures

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Dispersion-error characteristics of various spatial discretizations for one-dimensional advection equation
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Spectral response of interior low-pass spatial filters
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Effect of spatial discretization on time history of TKE for decaying isotropic turbulence on 323 mesh
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Effect of spatial discretization on time history of density fluctuations for decaying isotropic turbulence on 323 mesh
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Effect of spatial discretization on instantaneous three-dimensional energy spectra at t/τo=0.2985(323 mesh)
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Effect of spatial discretization on time history of TKE for decaying isotropic turbulence on 643 mesh
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Effect of spatial discretization on time history of density fluctuations for decaying isotropic turbulence on 643 mesh
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Effect of spatial discretization on instantaneous three-dimensional energy spectra at t/τo=0.2985(643 mesh)
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Effect of spatial discretization on time history of TKE for decaying isotropic turbulence on 1283 mesh
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Effect of low-pass filter order on time history of TKE for decaying isotropic turbulence (323 mesh)
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Effect of time-integration scheme on TKE for decaying isotropic turbulence (323 mesh, C6F10)
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Effect of time-integration scheme on density fluctuations for decaying isotropic turbulence (323 mesh, C6F10)
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Deforming curvilinear mesh for isotropic turbulence simulation
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Time history of TKE for decaying isotropic turbulence on deforming 323 mesh (C6F10–RK4 scheme)
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Time history of TKE for decaying isotropic turbulence using several SGS models (323 mesh, C6F10–RK4 scheme)
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Instantaneous three-dimensional energy spectra at t/τo=0.2985 for several SGS models (323 mesh, C6F10–RK4 scheme)
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Effect of spatial resolution on computed mean streamwise velocity profile for turbulent channel flow (C6F10–BW2 scheme)
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Effect of spatial resolution on velocity fluctuations for turbulent channel flow (C6F10–BW2 scheme)
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Instantaneous turbulent channel flow structure computed on Grid F with C6F10–BW2 scheme
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Effect of spatial discretization on computed mean streamwise velocity profile for turbulent channel flow (Grid M1)
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Effect of spatial discretization on computed spanwise velocity fluctuations (Grid M1)
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Mean streamwise velocity profile for turbulent channel flow computed with different SGS models (Grid M, C6F10–BW2 scheme)
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Normal velocity fluctuations for turbulent channel flow computed with different SGS models (Grid M, C6F10–BW2 scheme)
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Effect of computational time-step on mean streamwise velocity profile for channel flow (Grid M, C6F10–BW2 scheme)
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Effect of computational time-step on spanwise velocity fluctuations for channel flow (Grid M, C6F10–BW2 scheme)

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