Prediction and Investigation of the Turbulent Ow over a Rotating Disk

  title={Prediction and Investigation of the Turbulent Ow over a Rotating Disk},
  author={XIAOHUA WUy and Kyle D. Squires},
(Received ?? and in revised form ??) Large eddy simulation (LES) has been used to predict the statistically three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer (3DTBL) over a rotating disk. LES predictions for six parameter cases were compared to the experimental measurements of Littell & Eaton (1994), obtained at a momentum thickness Reynolds number of 2660. A signal-decomposition scheme was developed by modifying the method of Spalart (1988) to prescribe time-dependent boundary conditions along the… CONTINUE READING


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