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FLOMANIA Workshop Proceedings Available
Posted Tue December 09, 2003 @09:52AM
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News Proceedings are available from the FLOWMANIA project's recent workshop on detached-eddy simulation (DES) turbulence modeling. Detached-eddy simulation is a hybrid model containing both traditional Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) turbulence modeling, eg. k-epsilon, and more advanced large eddy simulation (LES) modeling.

RANS modeling is computationally efficient and is known to work well in attached boundary layer flows where the turbulent eddies are "attached". LES modeling, while significantly more expensive computationally, is known to work well in separated flows with "detached" eddies. The DES model is designed to use the RANS and LES modes where appropriate in the flowfield.

The proceedings detail the method and also show some interesting results which indicate the strong potential for this method.


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