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Spectral properties of viscous flux discretization and its effect on under-resolved flow simulations

@inproceedings{Chamarthi2022SpectralPO,
  title={Spectral properties of viscous flux discretization and its effect on under-resolved flow simulations},
  author={Amareshwara Sainadh Chamarthi and K HemanthChandraVamsi and Natan Hoffmann and Shaun Bokor and Steven H. Frankel},
  year={2022}
}
In this note, the effect of spectral properties of viscous flux discretization in solving compressible Navier-Stokes equations for turbulent flow simulations is discussed. We studied six different methods, divided into two different classes, with poor and better representation of spectral properties at high wavenumbers. Both theoretical and numerical results have revealed that the method with better properties at high wavenumbers, denoted as α -damping type discretization, produced superior… 

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