Large-eddy simulations of turbulent flow around a wall-mounted cube using an adaptive mesh refinement approach
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In the present work two LES models for predicting turbulent flow and an Adaptive Mesh Refinement (AMR) technique are proposed and tested for a fully 3D geometry: turbulent flow around a wall-mounted cube at Reh=7235. The wall-adapting eddy viscosity model within a variational multiscale method (VMS-WALE) and the QR model are tested to predict the flow around the body. The numerical algorithm used to solve the governing equations preserves the symmetry and conservation properties. AMR algorithm is applied to get enough grid-resolution to solve the vortical structures near the body, adapting the mesh according to physics-based refinement criteria. High order conservative schemes are applied in the connection between coarse and fine regions. The numerical results obtained are assessed and compared to the results of the direct numerical simulations (DNS) on the basis of first and second order statistics.
CitacióAntepara, O. [et al.]. Large-eddy simulations of turbulent flow around a wall-mounted cube using an adaptive mesh refinement approach. A: European Turbulence Conference. "14th European Turbulence Conference : Accepted talks proceedings". Lyon: 2013.