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Toward real-time high-fidelity simulation using integral boundary layer modeling

  title={Toward real-time high-fidelity simulation using integral boundary layer modeling},
  author={Alexandre Noll Marques and Qiqi Wang and Johan Larsson and Gregory Michael Laskowski and Sanjeeb Bose},
  journal={arXiv: Fluid Dynamics},
One of the greatest challenges to using large-eddy simulations (LES) in engineering applications is the large number of grid points required near walls. To mitigate this issue, researchers often couple LES with a simplified model of the flow close to the wall, known as the wall model. One feature common to most wall models is that the first few (about 3) grid points must be located below the inviscid log-layer, and the grid must have near-isotropic resolution near the wall. Hence, wall-modeled… 

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