Sensor-based computation of transitional flows using wall-modeled large eddy simulation

@inproceedings{Bodart2012SensorbasedCO,
  title={Sensor-based computation of transitional flows using wall-modeled large eddy simulation},
  author={Julien Bodart and Johan Larsson},
  year={2012}
}
To be applicable to complex aerodynamic flows at realistic Reynolds numbers, large eddy simulation (LES) must be combined with a model for the inner part of the boundary layer. Aerodynamic flows are, in general, very sensitive to the location of boundary layer transition. While traditional LES can predict the transition location and process accurately, existing wall-modeled LES approaches can not. Simply put, wall-models are derived assuming a fully developed turbulent boundary layer; hence… CONTINUE READING

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