Chaotic Lid-Driven Square Cavity Flows at Extreme Reynolds Numbers

@article{Garca2014ChaoticLS,
  title={Chaotic Lid-Driven Square Cavity Flows at Extreme Reynolds Numbers},
  author={S. Garc{\'i}a},
  journal={Communications in Computational Physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={15},
  pages={596-617}
}
  • S. García
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Communications in Computational Physics
This paper investigates the chaotic lid-driven square cavity flows at extreme Reynolds numbers. Several observations have been made from this study. Firstly, at extreme Reynolds numbers two principles add at the genesis of tiny, loose counterclockwise- or clockwise-rotating eddies. One concerns the arousing of them owing to the influence of the clockwise- or counterclockwise currents nearby; the other, the arousing of counterclockwise-rotating eddies near attached to the moving (lid) top wall… Expand
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