By J.-P. Dussauge (auth.), Alain Dervieux, Marianna Braza, Jean-Paul Dussauge (eds.)

The computation of complicated turbulent flows via statistical modelling has already an extended historical past. the most well-liked two-equation types this day have been brought within the early sev­ enties. even if those versions were often proven in really educational instances. The develope­ ment of pcs has resulted in progressively more acurate numerical tools. The interactions betwe~n numerical and modelling strategies are mostly now not good mastered. in addition, computation of actual lifestyles situations, together with 3D results, complicated geometries and strain gra­ dients according to two-equation versions with low-Reynolds remedy on the proximity of partitions should not particularly of universal use. lots of versions has been proposed; this is often maybe the signal that none of them is de facto passable, after which the review in their generality isn't really a simple job: it calls for loads of figuring out of the physics and many paintings for checking out the big variety of correct situations so one can check their limits of validity that is a situation for a stronger self assurance in engineering functions. this is often most likely why workshops and dealing teams are widespread and the ETMA consor­ tium has choosen to construct a state-of-the-art in theoretical and numerical statistical turbu­ lence modelling for genuine existence computations through taking a few marks with admire to past workshops akin to the Stanford conferences (1980,1981); a few difficulties are saved or up to date via new experiments, a few difficulties are discarded, a few new difficulties are brought; the point of interest is saved on flows with 2nd geometries.

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Ed from the solution of a PDE system that governs the turbulent perturbation. Tllis system is coupled to the mean flow PDE system. We solve the model by a mixed finite volumes-finite elements technique with upwinding. We test it for mixing layer with different convective Mach numbers. 'ldard k-c model for some other kind of closure terms. DERIVATION OF THE MODEL We consider flow of perfect gas with spectral gap and periodic microscale behaviour. A formal homogenization argument leads to a set of mic1·ostructure equations governing the turbulent perturbation w (cf.

X/H Hz Fig. 1 Reduction of the level of the unsteady Fig. 3 turbulent viscosity. Comparison with the Baldwin -Lomax model. [4]. V component spectrum at x=74mm. y=O. 18 ....... 10 z. 0 \. a . a · ~"o f . 0 I1 i I t •. 0 " ,- ~ 100 ,----~;j Figure 2. Mean velocity profiles (U component) along the supersonic mixing layer _. D 1*=*~:;'Pj ''I ~ , 032 6000 1I I ~ A modified k-e model derived by homogenization techniques T. Chac6n, D. Franco, F. Orteg6n, I. Sanchez Dpto. 1isis Numerico Universidad of Sevilla.

UT al afio and -a" afio S1nce . lllvanants, and just vve so must comput e -a' 11 12 these quantities appear as closure terms in the equations for the energy in our model. We thus consider the matrices (9) Notice that as C is symmetric positive-definite, we must take only AI> A2 E Rt. As Al + A2, h = A1 A2, then A1 and A2 are the (real) solutions to A2 - il A + h = O. l2, we have solved the steadystate version of the system verified by the canonical microstructures, following the technique developed by Chacon and Ortegon in [3] and [5].

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