By Roger Peyret, Egon Krause

ISBN-10: 3211833242

ISBN-13: 9783211833247

ISBN-10: 3709125901

ISBN-13: 9783709125908

This booklet collects the lecture notes about the IUTAM tuition on complicated Turbulent move Computations held at CISM in Udine September 7–11, 1998. The direction used to be meant for scientists, engineers and post-graduate scholars drawn to the appliance of complicated numerical options for simulating turbulent flows. the subject includes heavily hooked up major matters: modelling and computation, mesh pionts essential to simulate complicated turbulent flow.

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6 k-exactness In this Section, we show, although it might be obvious, that the reconstruction above described is k-exact. According to the definition of the k-exactness (Section R. 122) l=O The stencil is S = { C;_ 1 , ... 123) l=O (It is obvious that any polynomial considered here can be put in this form by a suitable change of variable). Let us assume that the number J + J' + 1 of cells in the stencil S is equal to the number k + 1 of coefficients in v (x). Therefore, the requirement of conservation of the mean in each cell determines the coefficients in an unique way.

100), that necessitates to use of stencil made with 4 cells. Such a stencil cannot be symmetrical with respect to Ci and would introduce some asymmetry into the resulting scheme, not necessarily desirable. X i-5/2 i-3/2 i~l/2 i+l/2 i+3/2 i+S/2 FIG. 5 A possible way to remove this difficulty is to consider a 5-cell stencil while conserving a polynomial of degree 3. That leads to an overdetermined algebraic system for the polynomial coefficients. Hence, these coefficients are determined through a leastsquares technique.

2 is Vi+j = 1 •+J -h·. j C;+; v(x) dx = L3 Xj,lal, l=O for j = -2, ... 118). Then, introducing the functional :F (ao, ... , a3) 2 2 (3 = i~2 (vi+i- ui+j) 2 = i~2 ~ Xi,lal - ui+i )2 the least-squares equations are m=0, ... 119) m = 0, ... '3 The solution of this system determines (provided its determinant is not zero) the four coefficients a0 , ... , a3 . However, instead to define all the coefficients by the least-squares procedure, it is better, for ensuring consistency and accuracy, to exactly satisfy the conservation requirement for the cell C; and in the least-squares sense for the others; therefore, we get ao = il;.

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