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Effective Boundary Conditions: A General Strategy and Application to Compressible Flows Over Rough Boundaries

  • Giulia Deolmi (a1), Wolfgang Dahmen (a1) and Siegfried Müller (a1)
Abstract
Abstract

Determining the drag of a flowover a rough surface is a guiding example for the need to take geometric micro-scale effects into account when computing a macroscale quantity. A well-known strategy to avoid a prohibitively expensive numerical resolution of micro-scale structures is to capture the micro-scale effects through some effective boundary conditions posed for a problem on a (virtually) smooth domain. The central objective of this paper is to develop a numerical scheme for accurately capturing the micro-scale effects at essentially the cost of twice solving a problem on a (piecewise) smooth domain at affordable resolution. Here and throughout the paper “smooth” means the absence of any micro-scale roughness. Our derivation is based on a “conceptual recipe” formulated first in a simplified setting of boundary value problems under the assumption of sufficient local regularity to permit asymptotic expansions in terms of the micro-scale parameter.

The proposed multiscale model relies then on an upscaling strategy similar in spirit to previous works by Achdou et al. [1], Jäger and Mikelic [29, 31], Friedmann et al. [24, 25], for incompressible fluids. Extensions to compressible fluids, although with several noteworthy distinctions regarding e.g. the “micro-scale size” relative to boundary layer thickness or the systematic treatment of different boundary conditions, are discussed in Deolmi et al. [16,17]. For proof of concept the general strategy is applied to the compressible Navier-Stokes equations to investigate steady, laminar, subsonic flow over a flat plate with partially embedded isotropic and anisotropic periodic roughness imposing adiabatic and isothermal wall conditions, respectively. The results are compared with high resolution direct simulations on a fully resolved rough domain.

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*Corresponding author.Email addresses: deolmi@igpm.rwth-aachen.de (G. Deolmi), dahmen@igpm.rwth-aachen.de (W. Dahmen), mueller@igpm.rwth-aachen.de (S. Müller)
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