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On the consistency of Reynolds stress turbulence closures with hydrodynamic stability theory

On the consistency of Reynolds stress turbulence closures with hydrodynamic stability theory

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Published by Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering, NASA Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, VA, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flow stability.,
  • Flow theory.,
  • Homogeneous turbulence.,
  • Hydrodynamics.,
  • Reynolds stress.,
  • Shear flow.,
  • Turbulence models.,
  • Turbulent flow.,
  • Vortices.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCharles G. Speziale, Ridha Abid, Gregory A. Blaisdell.
    SeriesICASE report -- no. 95-46., NASA contractor report -- 198173., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-198173.
    ContributionsAbid, Ridha., Blaisdell, Gregory A., Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15423116M

    Turbulent Flow – Reynolds Stress Assume aflowv with a time scale T. Let τ denote a time scale τ. Reynolds stresses The mean forces (per unit area) imposed on the mean flow by turbulent fluctuations. They arise from the nonlinear advection term when the Navier–Stokes equations are Reynolds decomposed and Reynolds averaged.

    CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Aims. To study the Reynolds stresses which describe turbulent momentum transport from turbulence affected by large-scale shear and rotation. Methods. Three-dimensional numerical simulations are used to study turbulent transport under the influences of large-scale shear and rotation in homogeneous, isotropically forced. Reynolds stress and the physics of turbulent momentum transport limited results were also obtained further from the wall at y+ = It was found that the gradient mechanism overpredicts the Reynolds stress at y+ = In compensation, significant positive contributions to Reynolds stress came from.

    Turbulence modeling Define the Reynolds stresses in terms on known (averaged) quantities 1) Boussinesq hypothesis - simple relationship between Reynolds stresses and velocity gradients through the eddy viscosity (similar to molecular viscosity) - isotropic (eddy viscosity is a scalar!) 2) Reynolds stress transport models. A Reynolds Stress Closure for Compressible Turbulent Flow H. Khlifi1† and T. Lili2 1Département de Physique, Faculté des Sciences de Tunis, Campus Universitaire, , Tunis, Tunisie 2Département de Physique, Faculté des Sciences de Tunis, Campus Universitaire, , Tunis, Tunisie. †Corresponding AuthorEmail: [email protected] (Received Ap ; accepted Ma ).


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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The consistency of second-order closure models with results from hydrodynamic stability theory is analyzed for the simpli ed case of homogeneous turbulence. In a recent study, Speziale, Gatski and MacGiolla Mhuiris [Phys.

Fluids A 2,] showed that secondorder closures are capable of yielding results that are. The consistency of second-order closure models with results from hydrodynamic stability theory is analyzed for the simplified case of homogeneous turbulence.

In a recent study, Speziale, Gatski, and MacGiolla Mhuiris showed that second-order closures are capable of yielding results that are consistent with hydrodynamic stability theory for the. Get this from a library. On the consistency of Reynolds stress turbulence closures with hydrodynamic stability theory.

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The consistency of second‐order closure models with results from hydrodynamic stability theory is analyzed for the simplified case of homogeneous turbulence. In a recent study, Speziale, Gatski, and Mac Giolla Mhuiris [Phys.

Fluids A 2, ()] showed that second‐order closures are capable of yielding results that are consistent with linear stability theory for the case of homogeneous Cited by: From consideration of turbulence anisotropy dynamics due to spatial or temporal variations in the mean strain rate, a new Reynolds stress closure for nonequilibrium effects in turbulent flows has been developed.

This closure, formally derived from the Reynolds stress anisotropy transport equation, results in an effective strain rate tensor that accounts for the strain rate history to which the Cited by: Reynolds-stress components. In a landmark paper by Rotta (), the foundation was laid for a full Reynolds-stress turbulence closure, which was to ultimately change the course of Reynolds-stress modeling.

This new approach of Rotta--which is now referred to as second-order or second-moment closure--was basedFile Size: 2MB. Abstract. The realizability of Reynolds stress models in homogeneous turbulence is critically assessed from a theoretical standpoint. It is proven that a well known second-order closure model formulated using the strong realizability constraints of Schumann () Cited by:   The latter “linkage” is of particular importance from our viewpoint, since it also attracted the attention of Charles Speziale, resulting in at least two papers [Speziale, C.

G., Abid, R., and Blaisdell, G. A.,“On the Consistency of Reynolds Stress Turbulence Closures With Hydrodynamic Stability Theory,” Phys. Fluids, 8, pp. Cited by: multifractal scaling, is an important feature of turbulence.

Unlike for critical phenomena, one needs to work out the behavior of turbulence structure functions of each order independently, without recourse to the dimensional analy-sis that yields z 2n ⊂ nz 2.

In turbulence, z 2n. The turbulent potential model is a RANS model that avoids modeling the Reynolds stress tensor. in Reynolds stress closures by ensuring that the Reynolds stresses depend on the rotation rate solely through a On the consistency of Reynolds stress turbulence closures with hydrodynamic stability theory.

ICASE Report TR () Google Cited by: 3. The resolved turbulence is defined, the algebraic consistency rules that relate these resolved quantities to the turbulent stresses at different levels are derived, and their possible uses in. An Internet Book on Fluid Dynamics Reynolds Stresses In this section we willinvestigate the effect of the turbulence on the mean flow.

It will be assumed that the for example, the two Reynolds stress terms in equation (Bkg21); the penultimate term is a Reynolds normal stress term and the last is a Reynolds shear stress term. The File Size: KB. A critical evaluation of two-equation models for near wall turbulence [microform] / Charles G.

Speziale, Second-order closure models for rotating turbulent flows [electronic resource] / Charles G. Speziale; On the consistency of Reynolds stress turbulence closures with hydrodynamic stability theory [microform]. The consistency of the problem of Reynolds stress closure in turbulence with the fundamental principles of modern continuum mechanics is examined.

It is shown that Reynolds stress closure is completely consistent with the principles of determinism and material frame-indifference of Cited by: fluid turbulence, in addition to lucidly reviewing the Kolmogorov theory. The first idea was a theory on the spontaneous formation of large-scale, long-lived vortices in 2D flows, explaining them as a consequence of equi-librium statistical mechanics at negative absolute tem-perature.

The second was a theory on the anomalous. Reynolds stress closure for the RANS-equation Derivation of the Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes Equations Part 2 - Duration: Jorg Schluter 6, views. Turbulence and. A four-parameter model is presented for the triple velocity correlation which appears in the mean Reynolds stress tensor equations of turbulence.

A comparison with the closure models of Hanjalic and Launder [1], Daly and Harlow [2], Wyngaard, Cote´, and Rao [3], and Shir [4], in the context of existing experimental data, indicates that the Cited by: Development of a Reynolds-stress turbulence closure where upper and lower case u's denote mean and fluctuating components of velocity, p is the fluctuation of static pressure about its mean value and x's denote Cartesian space co-ordinates.

To convert (l), the mean-motion equations and the continuity equation into a closed set of equations for mean velocities and Reynolds stresses, the t. Reynolds-stress and dissipation rate budgets in a turbulent channel flow N. Mansour, J. Kim and P. Moint NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CAUSA The budget.s for the Reynolds stresses and for the dissipation rate of the turbulence kinetic energy are computed using direct simulation data of a turbulent channel flow.

The budget, File Size: 1MB. The paper provides a model of turbulence which effects closure through approximated transport equations for the Reynolds stress tensor $\overline{u_iu_j}$ and for the turbulence energy-dissipation rate ε.

In its most general form the model thus entails the solution of seven transport equations for turbulence quantities but contains only six constants to be determined by by: A Reynolds-Stress Turbulence Model has been incorporated with success into the KIVA code, a computational fluid dynamics hydrocode for three-dimensional simulation of fluid flow in engines.B.

E. Launder, G. J. Reece and W. Rodi, Progress in the development of a Reynolds stress turbulence closure, J. Fluid Mech. 68, – (). zbMATH CrossRef Google Scholar [12] S.

Fu, B. E. Launder and D. P. Tselepidakis, Accommodating the effects of high strain rates in modeling the pressure-strain correlation, UMIST Technical Report TFD Cited by: