Recent Advances in DNS and LES: Proceedings of the Second AFOSR Conference held at Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, Ne by Doyle KnightRecent Advances in DNS and LES: Proceedings of the Second AFOSR Conference held at Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, Ne by Doyle Knight

Recent Advances in DNS and LES: Proceedings of the Second AFOSR Conference held at Rutgers - The…

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Rapid advances in Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) and Large Eddy Simulation (LES) of turbulence provide opportunities for improved prediction of incompressible and compressible turbulent flows. The book includes five invited and thirty-eight contributed papers presented at the Second AFOSR International Conference on DNS and LES held at Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, on June 7-9, 1999. A broad range of topics in DNS and LES are presented, including new developments in LES modeling, numerical algorithms for LES and DNS, DNS and LES of reacting flows, and DNS and LES for supersonic and hypersonic boundary layers. The book provides a extensive view of the state of the art in DNS and LES.
Title:Recent Advances in DNS and LES: Proceedings of the Second AFOSR Conference held at Rutgers - The…Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:517 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.02 inShipping dimensions:24 × 16 × 0.02 inPublished:October 28, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401059241

ISBN - 13:9789401059244

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Preface. Invited Papers. Large Eddy Simulations of Compressible Shear Flows; P. Comte. Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Compressible and Incompressible Wall-Bounded Shear Flows; F. Friedrich, et al. Direct Navier-Stokes Simulation of Sounds Generated by Shock-Vortex/Vortex-Vortex Interactions; O. inoue. Optimal LES: How Good Can an LES Be? R. Moser, et al. DNS to Help Understanding of Non-Premixed Turbulent Flames; L. Vervisch. Contributed Papers. Modelling of the Length Scale and Variance of Subgrid Quantities in a Turbulent Channel Flow; K. Alvelius, A. Johansson. DNS of Compressible Reacting Mixing Layers With Parallel Compact Scheme; X. Cai, F. Ladeinde. Large Eddy Simulation of Stationary Premixed Flames using a Subgrid Flamelet Approach; V. Chakravarthy, S. Menon. On the Use of LES with a Dynamic Subgrid Scale Model for Optimal Control of Wall Bounded Turbulence; S. Collis, Y. Chang. Robustness of Flow Phenomena in a Spatially Developing Turbulent Mixing Layer; I. deBruin, et al. The Subgrid-Scale Estimation Model; J. Domaradzki, K.-C. Loh. Direct Numerical Simulation of Transitions Toward Turbulence in Complex Channel Flows; B. Duncan, K. Ghia. Implementation of an SGS model in a B-Spline Spectral Method and LES of a Turbulent Axial Vortex; B. Eshpuniyani, G. Blaisdell. Large Eddy Simulation of Scalar Transport in a Turbulent Jet Flow; S. Garrick, et al. DNS and Modeling of Spray Turbulent Mixing; R. Hauguel, et al. Assessment of the Generalized Scale-Similarity Model in Homogeneous Turbulence Subjected to Rotation; K. Horiuti. Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flame Kernels; K. Jenkins, R. Cant. Direct Numerical Simulation of Boundary Layer Receptivity for Subsonic Flow Around Airfoil; L. Jiang, et al. Non-Reflecting Boundary Conditions in Curvilinear Coordinates; L. Jiang, et al. Modulation and Subgrid Scale Modeling of Gas-Particle Turbulent Flow; T. Kajishima, et al. Large Eddy Simulation using Unstructured Spectral/HP Elements; G.-S. Karamanos, et al. Numerical Modeling of Fuel/Air Mixing in a Dry Low-Emission Premixer; W.-W. Kim, S. Menon. Dynamic Inverse Modeling in LES of the Temporal Mixing Layer; J. Kuerten, et al. Comparison of the ENO and Compact Schemes for DNS/LES of Turbulence; F. Ladeinde, et al. DNS for Flow Past a 3D Flexible Wing; I. Lomtev, et al. DNS of a March 4 Reacting Turbulent Boundary Layer; M.P. Martin, G. Candler. Accounting for Scale-Dependence in the Dynamic Smagorinsky Model; C. Meneveau, et al. Direct Numerical Simulation of High Subsonic Jets; F. Owis, P. Balakumar. Generation of a One-Parameter Family of Residuals for the Filtered Equations of Fluid Motion; G. Pantelis. Multiblock Large Eddy Simulations of Turbulent Boundary Layers; A. Pascarelli, et al. Eulerian Time-Domain Filtering for Spatial LES; C. Pruett. DNS of a Turbulent Boundary Layer Under a Strong Adverse Pressure Gradient; M. Skote, D. Henningson. A High-Order Accurate Compact Difference Algorithm for the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations; R. Steijl, H. Hoeijmakers. Large Eddy Simulation of Turbulent Flow Around a Circular Cylinder with Non-Eddy Viscosity SGS Model; M. Su, Q. Kang. Direct Numerical Simulation of the Micro-Fluid Dynamics of Acoustic Liners; C. Tam, K. Kurbatskii. Direct Numerical Simulation of Expanding Compressible Flows; T. Treurniet, F. Nieuwstadt. Large Eddy Simulation of Rectangular Jets in Crossflow: Effect of Hole Aspect Ratio; M. Tyagi, S. Acharya. C