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A specific behaviour of adverse pressure gradient near wall flows

type de publication      international communication with published proceedings
date de publication 2009
auteur(s) Shah Syed Imran; Laval Jean-Philippe; Stanislas Michel
  
conférence Progress in Wall Turbulence: Understanding and Modeling
     dates de 21-04-2009 à 23-04-2009
     lieu Lille, France
     nom des actes Proceedings of the WALLTURB International Workshop held in Lille, France, April 21-23, 2009. M. Stanislas, J. Jimenez, I. Marusic Editors, ERCOFTAC Series vol 14, Springer
  
pages 257 – 265
ISBN / ISSN 978-90-481-9602-9
résumé Adverse pressure gradient turbulent flows are of prime importance for aeronautics as they are characteristic of the suction side flow along an airfoil at any positive angle of attack. These flows have been known for a long time to pose modelling problems. The turbulence behaviour departs significantly from the standard near wall turbulence (as observed in flat plate boundary layers and channels). In diffusers, as well as in boundary layers, the flow separates from the wall as soon as the adverse pressure gradient is strong enough. In the present contribution, a few selected data from the literature are reviewed and compared together and with a recent DNS of converging–diverging channel flow performed in the frame of the WALLTURB project. This simulation provides data on APG near wall flow, both with and without curvature. The analysis of these data indicates that an instability is developing inside the turbulent near wall flow in both cases. The comparison of turbulent statistics with the data from the literature indicates that this phenomenon is fairly general in APG near wall flows.
mots clés Turbuelnce, Adverse Pressure Gradient, Boundary Layer
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