Development of dynamic sub-grid models for variational multiscale methods

@inproceedings{Murman2014DevelopmentOD,
  title={Development of dynamic sub-grid models for variational multiscale methods},
  author={Scott M. Murman and Laslo T. Diosady and Anirban Garai},
  year={2014}
}
A dynamic Variational Multiscale Method (VMM) (Hughes et al. 1998) is developed by leveraging the Germano procedure from classical Large-eddy Simulations (LES). The similarity between the classical and variational approaches is analyzed in the context of incompressible flow. This analysis leads to a consistent modeling approach for both incompressible and compressible flows, the latter being demonstrated in a priori testing for low-speed attached and separated boundary layers. Similar to the… CONTINUE READING

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