# Recent Turbulence Model Advances Applied to Multielement Airfoil Computations

@inproceedings{Rumsey2000RecentTM, title={Recent Turbulence Model Advances Applied to Multielement Airfoil Computations}, author={Christopher L � Rumsey and Thomas B. Gatski}, year={2000} }

- Published 2000

A one-equation linear turbulence model and a two-equation nonlinear explicit algebraic stress model (EASM) are applied to the ow over a multielement airfoil. The e ect of the K-" and K-! forms of the two-equation model are explored, and the K-" form is shown to be de cient in the wallbounded regions of adverse pressure gradient ows. A new K-! form of EASM is introduced. Nonlinear terms present in EASM are shown to improve predictions of turbulent shear stress behind the trailing edge of the… CONTINUE READING

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