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Effect of mean pressure gradient on the turbulent wall pressure–velocity correlations

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 30-08-2014
auteur(s) Shinde Vilas J; Laval Jean-Philippe; Stanislas Michel
journal (abréviation) Journal of Turbulence (J. Turbulence)
volume (numéro) 15 (12)
  
pages 833 – 856
résumé Two-point correlations of the wall fluctuating pressure and turbulent pressure and velocities in the flow field are computed in three dimensions using direct numerical simulation (DNS) databases. The mean pressure gradient in the flow has strong influence on these correlations. The DNS (Re_tau=617) in a converging/diverging channel with streamwise curvature near the lower wall is used to compute the statistics. The correlations in favourable pressure gradient and adverse pressure gradient are compared with the correlation in flat channel flow DNS (Re_tau=934). The results show that these pressure–pressure and pressure–velocity correlations are not only sensitive to the local pressure gradient and wall curvature, but also to the pressure gradient history.
mots clés turbulence, direct numerical simulation
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