Direct Numerical Simulation of Self-Similar Turbulent Boundary Layers in Adverse Pressure Gradients

@inproceedings{Skote1998DirectNS,
  title={Direct Numerical Simulation of Self-Similar Turbulent Boundary Layers in Adverse Pressure Gradients},
  author={Martin Skote and Dan S. Henningson and R. A. W. M. Henkes},
  year={1998}
}
Directnumerical simulationsof the Navier–Stokesequat ionshave beencarriedout with t he objective of studying turbulent boundar y layers in adverse pressure gradients. The boundar y layer flows concerned are of the equilibrium type which makes the analysissimpler and the results can be compar ed with earlier experiments and simulations.This typeof turbulent boundar y layers a lso permits an analysis of the equation of motion to predict separation. The linear analysis based on the assumpt ion of… CONTINUE READING
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