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Closure Strategies for Turbulent and Transitional Flows

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B. E. Launder, N. D. Sandham, T. B. Gatski, K. Hanjalic, Jakirilic Suad, T. J. Craft, P. A. Durbin, B. A. Patterson, M. Leschziner, F.-S. Lien, Y. Nagano, J. Fröhlich , W. Rodi, C. Cambon, D. Roekaerts, D. Laurence, B. Ilyushin, R. Jacobs, X. Wu, A. M. Savill, S. Barre, J.-P. Bonnet, W. P. Jones, K. Hanjalic, S. Kenjeres, G. N. Coleman , B. J. Geurts, A. Leonard
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  • Date Published: December 2004
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  • Turbulence modelling is a critically important area in any industry dealing with fluid flow, having many implications for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) codes. It also retains a huge interest for applied mathematicians since there are many unsolved problems. This book provides a comprehensive account of the state-of-the-art in predicting turbulent and transitional flows by some of the world's leaders in these fields. It can serve as a graduate-level textbook and, equally, as a reference book for research workers in industry or academia. It is structured in three parts: Physical and Numerical Techniques; Flow Types and Processes; and Future Directions. As the only broad account of the subject, it will prove indispensable for all working in CFD, whether academics interested in turbulent flows, industrial researchers in CFD interested in understanding the models embedded in their software (or seeking more powerful models) or graduate students needing an introduction to this vital area.

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    • All lectures edited or rewritten to provide a coherent and comprehensive whole
    • Contains introductory course material making it suitable for self-study, and current material making it suitable for experts
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    'The aspiration of the book is to serve both as a graduate-level textbook and as a reference book for researchers and it certainly achieves both objectives.' Dr George N. Barakos

    '… it is directed at the specialist, whether a research student who may still need some guidance in the reading of it, or the established expert for whom it will provide an excellent up-to-date account of the subject.' Contemporary Physics

    '… can be strongly recommended to graduate students and academic teachers as well as to the CFD practitioner who has the ambition to look, and perhaps to go, beyond the commercially available software.' Zeitschrift für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik

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    • Date Published: December 2004
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511060953
    • contains: 45 b/w illus. 7 colour illus. 36 tables
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction B. E. Launder and N. D. Sandham
    Part I. Physical and Numerical Techniques:
    1. Linear and non-linear eddy viscosity models T. B. Gatski
    2. Second-moment turbulence closure modelling K. Hanjalic and Jakirilic Suad
    3. Closure modelling near the two-component limit T. J. Craft and B. Launder
    4. The elliptic relaxation method P. A. Durbin and B. A. Patterson
    5. Numerical aspects of applying second-moment closure to complex flows M. Leschziner and F.-S. Lien
    6. Modelling heat transfer in near-wall flows Y. Nagano
    7. Introduction to direct numerical simulation N. D. Sandham
    8. Introduction to large-eddy simulation of turbulent flows J. Fröhlich and W. Rodi
    9. Two-point closure strategies C. Cambon
    10. Introduction to pdf approaches in turbulence modelling D. Roekaerts
    Part II. Flow Types and Processes and Strategies for Modelling Them:
    11. Modelling of separated and impinging flows T. J. Craft
    12. Large eddy simulation of the flow past bluff bodies W. Rodi
    13. LES modelling of industrial flows D. Laurence
    14. Application of TCL modelling to stratified flows T. J. Craft and B. E. Launder
    15. Higher-moment diffusion in stable stratification B. Ilyushin
    16. DNS of by-pass transition P. A. Durbin, R. Jacobs and X. Wu
    17. By-pass transition using conventional closures A. M. Savill
    18. New strategies in modelling by-pass transition A. M. Savill
    19. Compressible, high-speed flows S. Barre, J.-P. Bonnet, T. B. Gatski and N. D. Sandham
    20. Closure strategies for reacting flows W. P. Jones
    21. Pdf strategies for reacting flows D. Roekaerts
    22. TRANS approach to convection in unstably stratified layers K. Hanjalic and S. Kenjeres
    23. Use of higher moments to construct pdfs in stratified flows B. Ilyushin
    24. DNS of separation bubbles G. N. Coleman and N. D. Sandham
    25. Is LES ready for complex flows? B. J. Geurts and A. Leonard
    26. Further developments in two-point closure C. Cambon.

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    B. E. Launder, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology

    N. D. Sandham, University of Southampton

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    B. E. Launder, N. D. Sandham, T. B. Gatski, K. Hanjalic, Jakirilic Suad, T. J. Craft, P. A. Durbin, B. A. Patterson, M. Leschziner, F.-S. Lien, Y. Nagano, J. Fröhlich , W. Rodi, C. Cambon, D. Roekaerts, D. Laurence, B. Ilyushin, R. Jacobs, X. Wu, A. M. Savill, S. Barre, J.-P. Bonnet, W. P. Jones, K. Hanjalic, S. Kenjeres, G. N. Coleman , B. J. Geurts, A. Leonard

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