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Multiscale and multiresolution approaches in turbulence : LES, DES and hybrid RANS/LES methods : applications and guidelines, Pierre Sagaut, Sébastien Deck, Marc Terracol, (electronic book)

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Multiscale and multiresolution approaches in turbulence : LES, DES and hybrid RANS/LES methods : applications and guidelines
Title
Multiscale and multiresolution approaches in turbulence
Title remainder
LES, DES and hybrid RANS/LES methods : applications and guidelines
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Pierre Sagaut, Sébastien Deck, Marc Terracol
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Language
eng
Summary
The book aims to provide the reader with an updated general presentation of multiscale/multiresolution approaches in turbulent flow simulations. All modern approaches (LES, hybrid RANS/LES, DES, SAS) are discussed and recast in a global comprehensive framework. Both theoretical features and practical implementation details are addressed. Some full scale applications are described, to provide the reader with relevant guidelines to facilitate a future use of these methods
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WSPC
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1967-
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Sagaut, Pierre
Dewey number
532.0527
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TA357.5.T87
LC item number
S24 2013eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Deck, Sebastien
  • Terracol, Marc
  • World Scientific (Firm)
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Turbulence
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Multiscale and multiresolution approaches in turbulence : LES, DES and hybrid RANS/LES methods : applications and guidelines, Pierre Sagaut, Sébastien Deck, Marc Terracol, (electronic book)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 397-423) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
1. A brief introduction to turbulence. 1.1. Common features of turbulent flows. 1.2. Turbulent scales and complexity of a turbulent field. 1.3. Inter-scale coupling in turbulent flows -- 2. Turbulence simulation and scale separation. 2.1. Numerical simulation of turbulent flows. 2.2. Reducing the cost of the simulations. 2.3. The averaging approach: Reynolds-Averaged Numerical Simulation (RANS). 2.4. The Large-Eddy Simulation approach (LES). 2.5. Multilevel/multiresolution methods. 2.6. Summary -- 3. Statistical multiscale modelling. 3.1. General. 3.2. Exact governing equations for the multiscale problem. 3.3. Spectral closures for band-integrated approaches. 3.4. A few multiscale models for band-integrated approaches. 3.5. Spectral closures for local approaches. 3.6. Achievements and open issues -- 4. Multiscale subgrid models: self-adaptivity. 4.1. Fundamentals of subgrid modelling. 4.2. Germano-type dynamic subgrid models. 4.3. Self-similarity based dynamic subgrid models. 4.4. Variational multiscale methods and related subgrid viscosity models -- 5. Structural multiscale subgrid models: small scales estimations. 5.1. Small-scale reconstruction methods: deconvolution. 5.2. Small scales reconstruction: multifractal subgrid-scale modelling. 5.3. Variational multiscale methods. 5.4. Multigrid-based decomposition. 5.5. Global multigrid approaches: cycling methods. 5.6. Zonal multigrid/multidomain methods -- 6. Unsteady turbulence simulation on self-adaptive grids. 6.1. Turbulence and self-adaptivity: expectations and issues. 6.2. Adaptive multilevel DNS and LES. 6.3. Adaptive wavelet-based methods: CVS, SCALES. 6.4. DNS and LES with optimal AMR -- 7. Global hybrid RANS/LES methods. 7.1. Bridging between hybrid RANS/LES methods and multiscale methods. 7.2. Motivation and classification of RANS/LES methods. 7.3. Unsteady statistical modelling approaches. 7.4. Global hybrid approaches -- 8. Zonal RANS/LES methods. 8.1. Inlet data generation -- mapping techniques. 8.2. Synthetic turbulence. 8.3. Forcing methods -- 9. Feedback from numerical experiments. 9.1. Flow physics classification and modelling strategy suitability. 9.2. Illustrative examples. 9.3. Further discussion
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ocn844311107
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other
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 427 p.)
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  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9781848169869
Other physical details
ill. (some color)
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Electronic resource.
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remote
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Multiscale and multiresolution approaches in turbulence : LES, DES and hybrid RANS/LES methods : applications and guidelines, Pierre Sagaut, Sébastien Deck, Marc Terracol, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 397-423) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
1. A brief introduction to turbulence. 1.1. Common features of turbulent flows. 1.2. Turbulent scales and complexity of a turbulent field. 1.3. Inter-scale coupling in turbulent flows -- 2. Turbulence simulation and scale separation. 2.1. Numerical simulation of turbulent flows. 2.2. Reducing the cost of the simulations. 2.3. The averaging approach: Reynolds-Averaged Numerical Simulation (RANS). 2.4. The Large-Eddy Simulation approach (LES). 2.5. Multilevel/multiresolution methods. 2.6. Summary -- 3. Statistical multiscale modelling. 3.1. General. 3.2. Exact governing equations for the multiscale problem. 3.3. Spectral closures for band-integrated approaches. 3.4. A few multiscale models for band-integrated approaches. 3.5. Spectral closures for local approaches. 3.6. Achievements and open issues -- 4. Multiscale subgrid models: self-adaptivity. 4.1. Fundamentals of subgrid modelling. 4.2. Germano-type dynamic subgrid models. 4.3. Self-similarity based dynamic subgrid models. 4.4. Variational multiscale methods and related subgrid viscosity models -- 5. Structural multiscale subgrid models: small scales estimations. 5.1. Small-scale reconstruction methods: deconvolution. 5.2. Small scales reconstruction: multifractal subgrid-scale modelling. 5.3. Variational multiscale methods. 5.4. Multigrid-based decomposition. 5.5. Global multigrid approaches: cycling methods. 5.6. Zonal multigrid/multidomain methods -- 6. Unsteady turbulence simulation on self-adaptive grids. 6.1. Turbulence and self-adaptivity: expectations and issues. 6.2. Adaptive multilevel DNS and LES. 6.3. Adaptive wavelet-based methods: CVS, SCALES. 6.4. DNS and LES with optimal AMR -- 7. Global hybrid RANS/LES methods. 7.1. Bridging between hybrid RANS/LES methods and multiscale methods. 7.2. Motivation and classification of RANS/LES methods. 7.3. Unsteady statistical modelling approaches. 7.4. Global hybrid approaches -- 8. Zonal RANS/LES methods. 8.1. Inlet data generation -- mapping techniques. 8.2. Synthetic turbulence. 8.3. Forcing methods -- 9. Feedback from numerical experiments. 9.1. Flow physics classification and modelling strategy suitability. 9.2. Illustrative examples. 9.3. Further discussion
Control code
ocn844311107
Dimensions
other
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 427 p.)
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9781848169869
Other physical details
ill. (some color)
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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