E3S Web Conf.
Volume 130, 2019The 1st International Conference on Automotive, Manufacturing, and Mechanical Engineering (IC-AMME 2018)
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|Published online||15 November 2019|
Hybrid Turbulence Models: Recent Progresses and Further Researches
Fachgebiet Numerische Berechnungsverfahren im Maschinenbau, Technische Universität Darmstadt,
2 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Petra Christian University, Jl. Siwalankerto No.121–131, Surabaya, 60236, Indonesia
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Turbulence simulation remains one of the active research activities in computational engineering. Along with the increase in computing power and the prime motivation of improving the accuracy of statistical turbulence modeling approaches and reducing the expensive computational cost of both direct numerical and large turbulence scale- resolving simulations, various hybrid turbulence models being capable of capturing unsteadiness in the turbulence are now accessible. Nevertheless this introduces the daunting task to select an appropriate method for different cases as one can not know a priori the inherent nature of the turbulence. It is the aim of this paper to address recent progresses and further researches within a branch of the hybrid RANS-LES models examined by the first author as simple test cases but generating complex turbulent flows are available from experimentation. In particular, failure of a seamless hybrid formulation not explicitly dependent on the grid scale is discussed. From the literature, it is practical that at least one can go on with confidence when choosing a potential hybrid model by intuitively distinguishing between strongly and weakly unstable turbulent flows.
Key words: Delay of RANS-to-LES transition / scale resolving scheme / subgrid length scale / turbulent flow / transient simulation
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