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Discrete vortex modelling of near-wall flow structures in turbulent boundary layers
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 2000.
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Discrete vortex modelling of near-wall flow structures in turbulent boundary layers. By Z. Khatir. Abstract. Available from British Library Document Supply Centre-DSC:DXN / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreSIGLEGBUnited KingdoAuthor: Z.
Khatir. The basic structures in a turbulent boundary layer are hairpin, pocket, and flow direction vortices, as well as typical eddies; the composite structures are low-speed streaks, hairpin vortex packets, turbulent spots, very-large-scale motions (VLSM), and superstructures.
One school of thought on the organized coherent structures is the hairpin eddy model in which the turbulent flow near a wall is populated by arch-type or hairpin-like vortices. 1 The initial. A model of the Discrete vortex modelling of near-wall flow structures in turbulent boundary layers book dynamic physical processes that occur in the near-wall region of a turbulent flow at high Reynolds numbers is developed.
The hairpin vortex is postulated to be the. The flow phenomenon of turbulent boundary layers is common in nature. It is closely related to aerospace, ma-rine, environmental energy, chemical engineering and other fields. In aeronautical engineering, the complex turbulent vortex structures in boundary layers not only affect the working stability and security of the aircraft.
The hairpin vortex is postulated to be the basic flow structure of the turbulent boundary layer. It is shown that the central features of the near- wall flow can be explained in terms of how. Smith, C.R. and Lu, L.J. The use of a template matching technique to identify hairpin vortex flow structures in turbulent boundary layers.
Near Wall Turbulence, S. Kline and N.H. Afgan (eds.), Hemisphere, – Google ScholarCited by: Abstract. Models for the viscous and buffer layers over smooth walls are reviewed.
It is shown that there is a family of numerically-exact nonlinear structures which account for about half of the energy production and dissipation in the wall by: 3. The eddy viscosity hypothesis is a core element of a mathematical model that describes turbulent flow next to a solid wall that is based on a macroscopic description of turbulent flow.
In fact, the theory of boundary resistance in channel flow was historically developed using the eddy viscosity concept. the physics of planetary boundary layers in the ocean and atmosphere, it is useful to review some fundamental results that apply to all turbulent boundary layers.
Frictional Boundary Layers Let us consider turbulence at solid boundaries. At such boundaries, the condition that the ﬂuid velocity is zero applies at every instant in Size: KB. Wall-Modeling in Complex Turbulent Flows. Resolution of wall layer turbulent structures in large eddy simulation of high Reynolds number flows of aeronautical interest requires inordinate computational resources.
LES with wall models is therefore employed in engineering applications. The discrete vortex method is frequently used for the simulation of unsteady separated shear layer. However, the conventional discrete vortex method  is used for the flow simulation with approaching flow which has no turbulence.
The turbulence can be viewed as a formation of vortices. Analysis of near-wall second-moment closures applied to flows affected by streamline curvature. Predictions with low turbulent Discrete vortex modelling of near-wall flow structures in turbulent boundary layers book number two-equation models of flow over a rotating cylinder in a quiescent fluid.
Oscillatory flow over wave ripples is described by use of a discrete vortex model using the "cloud in cell" concept. The. The structure of any turbulent flow reflects the local balance of production, transport, and dissipation of turbulent kinetic energy. In turbulent boundary layers production plays a primary role, and hence it is important that the mechanisms of production be well understood.
In §3, a model for the mean flow profile in the near-wall region of the boundary layer is described; this model is based on the observed coherent structure of the wall-layer flow and provides a. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents. Part 1 Dynamical models: progress in understanding the dynamics of coherent structures in the wall layer, control and simulation (plenary talk), G. Berkooz et al-- vortex model of turbulent boundary layer, S. Kuwabara. A discrete vortex model is used to approximate adequately large eddy features in turbulent free shear flows and the effects of such eddy structures on Lagrangian particle trajectories and particle dispersion are by: flow.
Another mechanism that can play an important role in the outer region is the amalgamation of structures (vortex pairing). Calculations using the discrete vortex approximation clearly show that s~eh a mechanism can exist. It can be concluded that the momentum transport takes place ~n three stages with different transport by: 3.
Random vortex methods are applied to the analysis of boundary layer instability in two and three space dimensions. A thorough discussion of boundary conditions is given. In two dimensions, the results are in good agreement with known facts.
In three dimensions, a new version of the method is introduced, in which the computational elements are vortex by: Flow visualization studies of the zero-pressure-gradient turbulent boundary layer over the Reynolds-number rangesay) the layer appears to consist very largely of elongated hairpin vortices or vortex pairs, Cited by: This book allows readers to tackle the challenges of turbulent flow problems with confidence.
It covers the fundamentals of turbulence, various modeling approaches, and experimental studies. The fundamentals section includes isotropic turbulence and anistropic turbulence, turbulent flow dynamics, free shear layers, turbulent boundary layers and s: 1.
Smith, C. A synthesized model of the near-wall behavior in turbulent boundary layers. In Proceedings of the 8th Symposium of Turbulence (ed.
Patterson, G. & Zakin, J. L.), pp. 1 – University of : X. Jiang, C. Lee, X. Chen, C. Smith, P. Linden. The linear instability and breakdown to turbulence induced by an isolated roughness element in a boundary layer at Mach $2. 5$, over an isothermal flat plate with laminar adiabatic wall temperature, have been analysed by means of direct numerical simulations, aided by spatial BiGlobal and three-dimensional parabolized (PSE-3D) stability analyses.
It is important to understand transition in. Smith, C. A synthesized model of the near-wall behavior in turbulent boundary layers. In Proc. of 8th Symp. on Turbulence (ed. Patterson & J. Zakin), Dept of Chem. Engng, University of Missouri-Rolla.
Turbulent Boundary Layer Vortical Structure Streamwise Vortex Turbulent Channel Flow Hairpin Vortex These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: Abstract.
The evidence on small compact vortex structures in turbulent flows is summarised for various experimental and numerical flow fields. It is consistent with a model of strained almost two dimensional vortices with radii of the order of the Kolmogorov scale, and circulation Reynolds numbers of a Cited by: 4.
Wind turbines operate in the surface layer of the atmospheric boundary layer, where they are subjected to strong wind shear and relatively high turbulence levels.
These incoming boundary layer flow characteristics are expected to affect the structure of wind turbine wakes. The near-wake region is characterized by a complex coupled vortex system (including helicoidal tip vortices), unsteadiness Cited by: in some cases (e.g.
riblets). In either case, roughness clearly alters the near-wall ﬂow structure. The near-wall streaks documented by Kline et al. () in smooth-wall boundary layers, for example, typically have a spacing of about wall units and extend from the wall about the same distance.
Roughness elements of this size or. Flow configuration: wind-driven channel flow. The LES flow configuration, shown in Fig. 1, is characterized by a wind stress at the top of the domain (driving the mean flow in the x 1 direction) and a bottom wall.
The flow is driven purely by a wind stress and C-L vortex forcing, thus the body force f Cited by: 4. understanding of near-wall turbulence physics. The prominence of streamwise vortical coherent structures (CS) in near-wall turbulence is now well accepted (e.g.
see ), as is their critical role in the elevated drag in turbulent boundary layers. The transport enhancing effect of near-wall CS is well understood. These CS. Boundary layer Coherent structures and turbulent dynamics Turbulent drag: Generation and Control Skin friction control Thermal boundary layer Thermal boundary layer control Turbulent wall bounded ﬂows// @ / Turbulent boundary layers FalcoRe = (momentum thickness), fog of tiny oil droplets.
Vortex Dynamics in Transitional and Turbulent Boundary Layers Peter S. Bernard∗ University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, The dynamics of transitional and turbulent boundary layers is explored via a hybrid vortex ﬁlament/ﬁnite volume simulation scheme in which vortical structures.
Vortex Dynamics in Transitional and Turbulent Boundary Layers control the viscous flux of new vorticity into the flow. A near-wall flow via many discrete convecting vortex filaments. This may be contrasted with traditional grid-based simulations in which overt.
Enter words / phrases / DOI / ISBN / keywords / authors / etc Search. Quick Search fdjslkfhCited by: The full text of 95 contributed papers cover a broad range of topics in near-wall turbulent flows that includes boundary layers, coherent structures, drag reduction, experimental methods, high speed flows, numerical simulations, transition and turbulent modeling.
Laminar boundary layers can be loosely classified according to their structure and the circumstances under which they are created. The thin shear layer which develops on an oscillating body is an example of a Stokes boundary layer, while the Blasius boundary layer refers to the well-known similarity solution near an attached flat plate held in an oncoming unidirectional flow and Falkner–Skan.
The viscous vortex domains (VVD) method is a mesh-free method of computational fluid dynamics for directly numerically solving 2D Navier-Stokes equations in Lagrange coordinates It doesn't implement any turbulence model and free of arbitrary parameters. The main idea of this method is to present.
A model of the dynamic physical processes that occur in the near-wall region of a turbulent flow at high Reynolds numbers is described. The hairpin vortex is postulated to be the basic flow structure of the turbulent boundary layer.
It is argued that the central features of the near-wall flow. A high-velocity eddy or vortex (called a pdf moves toward the boundary and pdf with low velocity fluid near the boundary to cause acceleration, increase in shear, and development of small-scale turbulence; this accelerated fluid is then lifted from the boundary and ejected as a turbulent burst into a region of flow farther from the.Zinedine Khatir has written: 'Discrete vortex modelling of near-wall flow structures in turbulent boundary layers' Asked in Math and Arithmetic Is the number of foggy days at an airport continuous.Turbulent flow is s ebook complex multi-scale and chaotic motions that need to be classified into more elementary components, referred to coherent turbulent a structure must have temporal coherence, i.e.
it must persist in its form for long enough periods that the methods of time-averaged statistics can be applied.