Description

Turbulence is one of the key issues in tackling engineering flow problems. As powerful computers and accurate numerical methods are now available for solving the flow equations, and since engineering applications nearly always involve turbulence effects, the reliability of CFD analysis depends increasingly on the performance of the turbulence models.
This series of symposia provides a forum for presenting and discussing new developments in the area of turbulence modelling and measurements, with particular emphasis on engineering-related problems. The papers in this set of proceedings were presented at the 5th International Symposium on Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Measurements in September 2002. They look at a variety of areas, including: Turbulence modelling; Direct and large-eddy simulations; Applications of turbulence models; Experimental studies; Transition; Turbulence control; Aerodynamic flow; Aero-acoustics; Turbomachinery flows; Heat transfer; Combustion systems; Two-phase flows. These papers are preceded by a section containing 6 invited papers covering various aspects of turbulence modelling and simulation as well as their practical application, combustion modelling and particle-image velocimetry.

Readership

For engineers and engineering researchers.

Table of Contents

Invited Lectures. A perspective on recent developments in RANS modeling (P.A. Durbin).
Computing high-reynolds number channels: will DNS ever substitute experiments? (J. Jiménez).
Turbulence modelling in the automotive industry (A. Ahmed, M. Demoulin).
Validation of turbulence models for turbomachinery flows - a review (M.V. Casey).

Turbulence Modelling. A two-scale second-moment one-point turbulence closure (K. Stawiarski, K. Hanjalic).
Application of the turbulent potential model to complex flows (B. Perot et al.).
Application of generalized wall function for complex turbulent flows (T.-H. Shih et al.).
Effect of a compressibility correction on different turbulence models (J. Steelant).

Direct and Large-Eddy Simulations. Direct numerical and large eddy simulations of turbulent flows through concentric annuli (M. Okamoto, N. Shima).
Numerical study on the difference of the eddy structures between plane and round impinging jets (M. Tsubokura et al.).
LES of aero-optical effects on a turbulent boundary layer (E. Tromeur et al.).
LES of turbulent flow past a swept fence (L. di Mare, W.P. Jones).

Applications of Turbulence Models.Computation of 3-D aerospace configurations using a wall-normal-free Reynolds-stress model (G.A. Gerolymos, I. Vallet).
Predicting secondary flows in rotating ducts (B.A. Pettersson Reif, H.I. Andersson).
Self-sustained oscillations of a turbulent plane jet issuing into a rectangular cavity (A. Mataoui et al.).
A study on the suppression of vortex shedding from a square cylinder near a wall (A.G. Straatman, R.J. Martinuzzi).

Experimental Studies.Turbulence measurement of vortex flow generated by a bluff body in gr

Details

No. of pages:
1028
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2002
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier Science
Print ISBN:
9780080441146
Electronic ISBN:
9780080530949

About the authors

W. Rodi

Affiliations and Expertise

Institut für Hydromechanik, Universität Karlsruhe, Kaiserstrasse 12, Karlsruhe 76128, Germany

N. Fueyo

Affiliations and Expertise

Area di Mecanica de Fluidos, Universidad de Zaragoza, Maria de Luna 3, Zaragoza 50015, Spain