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The Approximate Deconvolution Model for Large-Eddy Simulation of Compressible Flows With Finite Volume Schemes

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R. von Kaenel, N. A. Adams, L. Kleiser

ETH Zurich, Institute of Fluid Dynamics, CH-8092 Zurich, Switzerland

J. B. Vos

CFS Engineering SA, PSE-B, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland

J. Fluids Eng 125(2), 375-381 (Mar 27, 2003) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1567471 History: Received March 12, 2002; Revised May 31, 2002; Online March 27, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Transfer functions, – explicit primary filter for an equidistant mesh, e.g., x or y direction, [[dotted_line]] approximate inverse Q⁁N, [[dashed_line]] secondary filter Q⁁N⋅G⁁, for N=5
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Contours of instantaneous wall-normal vorticity ωz in (x,y)-plane at z+≈10, (a) ADM, (b) no-model, (c) DNS; ωz≥0 in light regions, ωz<0 in dark regions
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(a) Mean temperature profile, (b) mean density profile, –DNS, • ADM, – filtered DNS, ○ no-model
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Mean velocity profile, (a) linear plot, (b) van Driest transformed logarithmic plot, – DNS, • ADM, – filtered DNS, ○ no-model, – – – 2.5 ln z++5.5
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Velocity fluctuations, (a) streamwise velocity, (b) spanwise velocity, – DNS, • ADM, – filtered DNS, ○ no-model
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(a) Velocity fluctuations in wall-normal direction, (b) Reynolds-stress, – DNS, • ADM, – filtered DNS, ○ no-model

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