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Coarse Resolution Turbulence Simulations With Spectral Vanishing Viscosity—Large-Eddy Simulations (SVV-LES)

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Robert M. Kirby, George Em Karniadakis

Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912

J. Fluids Eng 124(4), 886-891 (Dec 04, 2002) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1511321 History: Received March 18, 2002; Revised May 29, 2002; Online December 04, 2002
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Normalized viscosity kernels for the spectral vanishing viscosity (dash line C=0 and solid line C=5) and the Kraichnan/Chollet-Lesieur viscosity (dashed-dot line)
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Plot of the dynamic coefficient c(x,t) at the final time T=0.5. The three cases are explained in the text.
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Segment of the mesh used for simulating the flow past an airfoil at 10 deg angle of attack and Re=10,000
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Amplitude at one time instance of spectral vanishing viscosity in flow past an airfoil at 10 deg angle of attack and Re=10,000
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Mesh in the crossflow plane for turbulent channel flow at Reτ=180
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Mean-velocity profile for the turbulent channel flow. The symbols correspond to the benchmark solutions of Kim, Moin, and Moser 27. The solid line corresponds to the underresolved DNS, the dotted line to (M=2,ε=1/8), the dot-dashed line to (M=5,ε=5/8), and the dashed line to (M=5,ε=9/8).
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Turbulence intensities for the turbulent channel flow. The symbols correspond to the benchmark solutions of Kim, Moin, and Moser 27. The solid line corresponds to the underresolved DNS, the dotted line to (M=2,ε=1/8), the dot-dashed line to (M=5,ε=5/8), and the dashed line to (M=5,ε=9/8).

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