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Modeling Complex Turbulent Flows [E-Book] / edited by Manuel D. Salas, Jerry N. Hefner, Leonidas Sakell.
Turbulence modeling both addresses a fundamental problem in physics, 'the last great unsolved problem of classical physics,' and has far-reaching importance in the solution of difficult practical problems from aeronautical engineering to dynamic meteorology. However, the growth of supercom...
|Personal Name(s):||Hefner, Jerry N., editor|
|Sakell, Leonidas, editor / Salas, Manuel D., editor|
X, 385 p. online resource.
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ICASE/LaRC Interdisciplinary Series in Science and Engineering ;
- Current and Future Needs in Turbulence Modeling
- Army Turbulence Modeling Needs
- The Best Turbulence Models for Engineers
- The Modeling of Turbulent Flows with Significant Curvature or Rotation
- A Perspective on Turbulence Modeling
- Developments in Structure-based Turbulence Modeling
- The Low Dimensional Approach to Turbulence
- Modeling Non-equilibrium Turbulent Flows
- Development of Algebraic Reynolds Stress Model for Non-equilibrium Turbulence
- Toward a Vortex Method Simulation of Non-equilibrium Turbulent Flows
- Two-point Closures and Statistical Equilibrium
- Modeling the Turbulent Wall Flows Subjected to Strong Pressure Variations
- Some Structural Features of Pressure-driven Three-dimensional Turbulent Boundary Layers from Experiments
- Physics and Computations of Flows with Adverse Pressure Gradients
- Computations of Complex Turbulent Flows Using the Commercial Code FLUENT
- Simulation of Shock Wave-turbulent Boundary Layer Interactions Using the Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes Equations
- Some Results Relevant to Statistical Closures for Compressible Turbulence
- Transport Coefficients in Rotating Weakly Compressible Turbulence
- Development of a Turbulence Model for Flows with Rotation and Curvature
- Modeling and Analysis of Turbulent Flows in the Presence of Rotation and Curvature
- List of Attendees.