Fully-Explicit and Self-Consistent Algebraic Reynolds Stress Model

@inproceedings{Girimaji1995FullyExplicitAS,
  title={Fully-Explicit and Self-Consistent Algebraic Reynolds Stress Model},
  author={Sharath S. Girimaji},
  year={1995}
}
A fully-explicit, self-consistent algebraic expression for the Reynolds stress, which is the exact solution to the Reynolds stress transport equation in the `weak equilibrium' limit for twodimensional mean ows for all linear and some quasi-linear pressure-strain models, is derived. Current explicit algebraic Reynolds stress models derived by employing the `weak equilibrium' assumption treat the production-to-dissipation (P=") ratio implicitly, resulting in an e ective viscosity that can be… CONTINUE READING
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