Fluid flow phenomena

Fluid flow phenomena. A numerical toolkit. Incl. 1 disk. The main topic of the book is the simulations of one-, two- and three-dimensional incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in laminar and turbulent regimes. The author describes concrete links between theory and practice, offering a large number of codes which allow to handle the Navier-Stokes equations and to understand the complex physics related to fluid mechanics. A large part of the book is devoted to the study of homogeneous and wall turbulent flows. The book includes large eddy simulation methodology since in the near future it will allow to treat universal turbulence models sufficient for practical applications. The finite difference method is used to solve parabolic and elliptic partial differential equations in Cartesian and cylindrical coordinates The direct numerical simulations of Navier-Stokes equations reproduce satisfactorily the dynamics of turbulent flows. The results for turbulent and laminar flows are discussed with particular emphasis on vortex dynamics.par A well-balanced mix between the theory and the wide range of applications makes this volume of great interest to all practitioners of computational fluid dynamics: engineers, researches, teachers and graduate students.


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  1. Bae, Hyunji Jane; Lozano-Durán, Adrián; Bose, Sanjeeb T.; Moin, Parviz: Dynamic slip wall model for large-eddy simulation (2019)
  2. Wang, Zhicheng; Triantafyllou, Michael S.; Constantinides, Yiannis; Karniadakis, George Em: An entropy-viscosity large eddy simulation study of turbulent flow in a flexible pipe (2019)
  3. Ghasemi, Abouzar; Klein, Marten; Will, Andreas; Harlander, Uwe: Mean flow generation by an intermittently unstable boundary layer over a sloping wall (2018)
  4. Modesti, Davide; Pirozzoli, Sergio: An efficient semi-implicit solver for direct numerical simulation of compressible flows at all speeds (2018)
  5. Kloosterziel, R. C.; Carnevale, G. F.; Orlandi, P.: Equatorial inertial instability with full Coriolis force (2017)
  6. Liu, Can; Araya, Guillermo; Leonardi, Stefano: The role of vorticity in the turbulent/thermal transport of a channel flow with local blowing (2017)
  7. Maulik, Romit; San, Omer: A stable and scale-aware dynamic modeling framework for subgrid-scale parameterizations of two-dimensional turbulence (2017)
  8. Modesti, Davide; Pirozzoli, Sergio: A low-dissipative solver for turbulent compressible flows on unstructured meshes, with openfoam implementation (2017)
  9. Carnevale, G. F.; Kloosterziel, R. C.; Orlandi, P.: Equilibration of centrifugally unstable vortices: a review (2016)
  10. de Tullio, M. D.; Pascazio, G.: A moving-least-squares immersed boundary method for simulating the fluid-structure interaction of elastic bodies with arbitrary thickness (2016)
  11. Dharmarathne, Suranga; Tutkun, Murat; Araya, Guillermo; Castillo, Luciano: Structures of scalar transport in a turbulent channel (2016)
  12. He, Ping: A high order finite difference solver for massively parallel simulations of stably stratified turbulent channel flows (2016)
  13. He, S.; He, K.; Seddighi, M.: Laminarisation of flow at low Reynolds number due to streamwise body force (2016)
  14. Liu, Can; Chen, Xi: Probability density functions of vorticities in turbulent channels with effects of blowing and suction (2016)
  15. Pirozzoli, Sergio; Bernardini, Matteo; Orlandi, Paolo: Passive scalars in turbulent channel flow at high Reynolds number (2016)
  16. Seddighi, M.; He, S.; Pokrajac, D.; O’Donoghue, T.; Vardy, A. E.: Turbulence in a transient channel flow with a wall of pyramid roughness (2015)
  17. Bai, Zhong-Zhi; Ran, Yu-Hong; Yuan, Li: On approximated ILU and UGS preconditioning methods for linearized discretized steady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations (2014)
  18. Lenaers, Peter; Schlatter, Philipp; Brethouwer, Geert; Johansson, Arne V.: A new high-order method for the simulation of incompressible wall-bounded turbulent flows (2014)
  19. van Yen, Romain Nguyen; Kolomenskiy, Dmitry; Schneider, Kai: Approximation of the Laplace and Stokes operators with Dirichlet boundary conditions through volume penalization: a spectral viewpoint (2014)
  20. Nguyen van yen, Romain; Farge, Marie; Schneider, Kai: Scale-wise coherent vorticity extraction for conditional statistical modeling of homogeneous isotropic two-dimensional turbulence (2012)

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