Turbulent mixing driven by spherical implosions . Part 2 . Turbulence statistics

@inproceedings{LombardinF2014TurbulentMD,
  title={Turbulent mixing driven by spherical implosions . Part 2 . Turbulence statistics},
  author={M. LombardinF and D. and Pullin and Daniel I. Meiron},
  year={2014}
}
We present large-eddy simulations (LES) of turbulent mixing at a perturbed, spherical interface separating two fluids of differing densities and subsequently impacted by a spherically imploding shock wave. This paper focuses on the differences between two fundamental configurations, keeping fixed the initial shock Mach number :::::;1.2, the density ratio (precisely IAol :::::; 0.67) and the perturbation shape (dominant spherical wavenumber e0 = 40 and amplitude-to-initial radius of 3 %): the… CONTINUE READING
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