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Unsteady characteristics of near-wall turbulence using high repetition stereoscopic particle image velocimetry (PIV)

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2009
auteur(s) Foucaut Jean-Marc; Coudert Sébastien; Stanislas Michel
journal (abréviation) Measurement Science & Technology (Meas Sci Tech)
volume (numéro) 20 (7)
numéro de papier 074004
résumé This study is part of a project that is aimed at building dynamic boundary conditions near a solid wall, in order to reduce the large eddy simulation spatial resolution that is necessary in this region. The objective is to build a low-order dynamical system in a plane parallel to the wall, which will mimic the unsteady behaviour of turbulence. This dynamical system should be derived from a POD decomposition of the velocity field. The POD decomposition is to be applied on an experimental database of time-resolved velocity fields. In order to obtain the experimental database, a specific experiment of high-speed stereoscopic particle image velocimetry (PIV) has been performed. This experiment was carried out in the turbulent boundary layer of the LML wind tunnel. The plane under study was parallel to the wall located at 100 wall units. This database is validated via comparison with hot-wire anemometry (HWA). Despite some peak locking observed on the streamwise velocity component, the PDF and the power spectra are in very good agreement with the HWA results. The two-point spatial correlations are also in good agreement with the results from the literature. As the flow is time-resolved, space–time correlations are also computed. The convection of the flow structure is observed to be the most important effect at this wall distance. The next step is to compute the dynamical system and to couple it to a large eddy simulation.
mots clés near wall flow, high repetition stereo PIV, acceleration, space time correlation
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