Random-vortex simulation of transient wall-driven flow in a rectangular enclosure

@inproceedings{Choi1988RandomvortexSO,
  title={Random-vortex simulation of transient wall-driven flow in a rectangular enclosure},
  author={Youngki Choi and Joseph A. C. Humphrey and Frederick S. Sherman},
  year={1988}
}
Abstract Two-dimensional transient flow in square cavity, following impulsive acceleration of the sliding wall, is simulated by random-vortex calculations of the type initiated by A. Chorin. Comparison calculations are made using a transient finite-difference method that is first-order accurate in time and second-order accurate in space. The Reynolds number, R , based on the sliding wall length and speed, is 2000, 5000, or 10.000. The simulated history starts when the moving wall starts, ends… CONTINUE READING