Modeling transition to turbulence in eccentric stenotic flows.

@article{Varghese2008ModelingTT,
  title={Modeling transition to turbulence in eccentric stenotic flows.},
  author={Sonu S Varghese and Steven H. Frankel and Paul F. Fischer},
  journal={Journal of biomechanical engineering},
  year={2008},
  volume={130 1},
  pages={014503}
}
Mean flow predictions obtained from a host of turbulence models were found to be in poor agreement with recent direct numerical simulation results for turbulent flow distal to an idealized eccentric stenosis. Many of the widely used turbulence models, including a large eddy simulation model, were unable to accurately capture the poststenotic transition to turbulence. The results suggest that efforts toward developing more accurate turbulence models for low-Reynolds number, separated… CONTINUE READING

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