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Direct numerical simulation of a separated channel flow with a smooth profile

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 01-01-2008
auteur(s) Marquillie Matthieu; Laval Jean-Philippe; Dolganov Rostislav
journal (abréviation) Journal of Turbulence (J. Turb.)
volume (numéro) 9 (1)
numéro de papier 1
  
pages 1 – 23
résumé A direct numerical simulation (DNS) of a channel flow with one curved surface was performed at moderate Reynolds number (Re&tau = 395 at the inlet). The adverse pressure gradient was obtained by a wall curvature through a mathematical mapping from physical coordinates to Cartesian ones. The code, using spectral spanwise and normal discretization, combines the advantage of a good accuracy with a fast integration procedure compared to standard numerical procedures for complex geometries. The turbulent flow slightly separates on the profile at the lower curved wall and is at the onset of separation at the opposite flat wall. The thin separation bubble is characterized with a reversal flow fraction. Intense vortices are generated not only near the separation line on the lower wall but also at the upper wall. Turbulent normal stresses and kinetic energy budget are investigated along the channel.
mots clés turbulence, DNS
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