Accession Number : ADA321368

Title :   Annual Research Briefs - 1996, Center for Turbulence Research.

Corporate Author : STANFORD UNIV CA

PDF Url : ADA321368

Report Date : DEC 1996

Pagination or Media Count : 302

Abstract : Partial contents include: (1) Simulation of jet impingement heat transfer with the k-e-V2 model; (2) A new methodology for turbulence modelers using DNS database analysis; (3) A particle representation model for the deformation of homogeneous turbulence; (4) Modeling of inhomogeneous compressible turbulence using a two-scale statistical theory; (5) Lewis number effects on partially premixed flames; (6) Conditional moment closure of mixing and reaction in turbulent non-premixed combustion; (7) Dynamic models for LES of turbulent front propagation with a spectral method; (8) Jet noise using large eddy simulation; (9) Towards numerical simulations of trailing-edge aeroacoustics; (10) A model for the onset of vortex breakdown; (11) Compressing an elliptic vortex: transition to turbulence by tumble breakdown; (12) A new method for the adaptive control of vortex-wall interactions; (13) Symmetries in turbulent boundary layer flows; (14) Near-wall models in large eddy simulations of flow behind a backward-facing step; (15) Assessment of the subgrid-scale models at low and high Reynolds numbers; (16) Large-eddy simulations of flow around a NACA 4412 airfoil using unstructured grids; (17) Progress on LES of flow past a circular cylinder; (18) Experimental investigation of flow through an asymmetric plane diffuser; (19) Progress in the large-eddy simulation of an asymmetric plane diffuser; (20) A numerical study of self-similarity in a turbulent plane wake using large-eddy simulation; (21) On the generation of turbulent inflow conditions for boundary layer simulations, and (22) A new class of finite difference schemes.

Descriptors :   *TURBULENT FLOW, *COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS, *FLAME PROPAGATION, HEAT TRANSFER, DATA BASES, COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION, TURBULENCE, EDDIES(FLUID MECHANICS), TURBULENT BOUNDARY LAYER, VORTICES, FLOW VISUALIZATION, FINITE DIFFERENCE THEORY, WAKE, FLOW NOISE, BOUNDARY LAYER TRANSITION, FLOW SEPARATION, JET FLOW, REYNOLDS NUMBER, BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW, JET FLAMES.

Subject Categories : Fluid Mechanics
      Combustion and Ignition

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE