Towards practical large-eddy simulations of complex turbulent flows

@inproceedings{Boudet2009TowardsPL,
  title={Towards practical large-eddy simulations of complex turbulent flows},
  author={J{\'e}r{\^o}me Boudet and Adrien Cahuzac and Pierre Borgnat and Emmanuel L{\'e}v{\^e}que and Federico Toschi},
  year={2009}
}
Turbulence that occurs in nature, or in engineering flows, is usually not, even approximatively, homogeneous. There are frequent variations of the mean velocity with position. By explicating the scale-by-scale energy budget of nonhomogeneous turbulence, it has been argued that the subgrid-scale (SGS) stress tensor should encompass two types of interactions [1, 2]: (i) between the mean velocity and the resolved fluctuating velocities (the rapid part of the SGS stress) and (ii) among the resolved… CONTINUE READING