# Large-eddy simulation study of the logarithmic law for second- and higher-order moments in turbulent wall-bounded flow

@inproceedings{Stevens2014LargeeddySS, title={Large-eddy simulation study of the logarithmic law for second- and higher-order moments in turbulent wall-bounded flow}, author={Richard J. A. M. Stevens and Michael Wilczek and Charles Meneveau}, year={2014} }

The logarithmic law for the mean velocity in turbulent boundary layers has long provided a valuable and robust reference for comparison with theories, models and large-eddy simulations (LES) of wall-bounded turbulence. More recently, analysis of high-Reynolds-number experimental boundary-layer data has shown that also the variance and higher-order moments of the streamwise velocity fluctuations u ′+ display logarithmic laws. Such experimental observations motivate the question whether LES can… CONTINUE READING

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