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Published by Institute for Computational and Applied Mechanics, Old Dominion University, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Norfolk, Va, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Turbulent jets,
  • Three dimensional flow,
  • Finite difference theory,
  • Incompressible flow,
  • Navier-Stokes equation,
  • Computational fluid dynamics,
  • Reynolds number,
  • Runge-Kutta method,
  • Poisson equation,
  • Free jets

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    Other titlesComputations of complex three dimensional turbulent free jets.
    StatementRobert V. Wilson and Ayodeji O. Demuren.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-203976., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-203976.
    ContributionsDemuren, A. O., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17837876M
    OCLC/WorldCa40556376

    Model and computation of three-dimensional turbulent jets in a crossflow: Authors: Huang, Guang-Ping: Affiliation: AA(Ecole Centrale de Lyon (France).) Publication: Ph.D. Thesis Ecole Centrale de Lyon (France). Lab. de Mecanique des Fluides. Publication Date: 00/ Category: Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer: Origin: STI: NASA/STI Keywords. Three dimensional, steady, turbulent flow RANS simulations are carried out to study the near flow field characteristics of a particle laden coaxial water jet. Spherical glass particles of micron diameter are added to the central jet flow at two mass loading ratios of % and %.

    Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. interaction creates a complex three-dimensional flow field that eventually evolves to a self-similar state in the far-eld. In spite of numerous fi experimental investigations of turbulent jet flows, many aspects of the flow remain unexplored because of the difficulty of accurately predicting the interaction of flow structures. 2 Free Jets.

    turbulent stress tensor. 5. Large-eddy simulations--computations of the three-dimensional time-dependent large-eddy structure and a low-level model for the small-scale turbulence, Zero-equation models are common practice in the more sophisticated engineering industries, and one-equation models find use there on occasion. Two-equation. As computer capabilities grow, the three-dimensional time-dependent computation of turbulence is becoming possible. However, the retention of all scales of motion is not yet feasible (and probably never will be), so the best one can hope for is the simulation of the large scale structures. The large scale structures are strongly dependent upon the.


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Get this from a library. Computations of complex three-dimensional turbulent free jets. [Robert V Wilson; A O Demuren; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF COMPLEX, THREE-DIMENSIONAL, TURBULENT FREE JETS By Robert V. Wilson B.S., JuneOld Dominion University M.S.

DecemberOld Dominion University A Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Old Dominion University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGCited by: 1.

Free turbulent shear flows are said to be free, i.e. remote from walls, like jets, wakes, mixing layers and plumes. Jets and wakes differ from each other only by the sign of the momentum creating. The far field, located from approximately x / D ≥ 70 [2, Chapter 2], is the fully-developed or self-similar region where, with appropriate scaling, the thin shear layer approximations (where axial gradients are assumed to be much smaller than radial gradients)the flow is self-preserving and is considered to be in equilibrium; this is one reason, among many possible, that this Cited by: Abstract.

The paper presents an application of the two-equation k—є model to the problem of three-dimensional free jets issuing from rectangular orifices. The turbulence model has been modified so that plane and round jets may be predicted with the same empirical by: Three-dimensional turbulent jets in crossflow have important engineering applications in both confined and unconfined environments.

Examples of jets issuing into confined cross-flow include internal cooling of turbine blades, dilution air jets in combustion chambers, jets from V/STOL aircraft in transition flight, etc.

The present study concerns the numerical simulation of turbulent, free-surface jets; that is, jets which issue parallel to, and just below, a liquid-gas interface.

This flow is particularly relevant to the power-generation industry, where a cheap method for removing waste heat involves drawing water from a nearby natural body, and then. Certain features of coherent flow structure development in the initial section of three-dimensional turbulent jets Journal of Engineering Physics, Vol.

47, No. 4 On 'saddle-backed' velocity distributions in a three-dimensional turbulent free jet. A turbulence models with the thermal effect of jets issuing into an incompressible hot cross at an angle over a turbine blade is the subject.

Numerical solutions for two holes spacing and same jet issuing angles document strong to moderate secondary vortex structures spanning normal to direction of the jet.

Second, computations of three-dimensional free and wall jets are performed, the results of which are compared with observations of the velocity field up to the far region from the jet nozzle exit. Three-dimensional turbulent jets with rectangular cross-section are simulated with a finite-difference numerical method.

The full Navier-Stokes equations are solved at a low Reynolds number, whereas at a higher Reynolds number filtered forms of the equations are solved along with a sub-grid scale model to approximate effects of the unresolved scales.

Three dimensional turbulent jets in crossflow at low to medium jet-to-crossflow velocity ratios are computed with a finite volume numerical procedure which utilizes a second-moment closure model to approximate the Reynolds stresses.

A multigrid method is used to accelerate the convergence rate of the procedure. Comparison of the computations to measured data show good qualitative agreement. Numerical Simulation Of Three-Dimensional Turbulent Reacting Gas Jets Arising Nozzle Rectangular Based “K- ” Turbulence Models.

Avezov1, Akhmedov2, Saidzhonova3, F.B. Ata-Kurbanova4 1,3,4Bukhara State University 2Bukhara Technological- Institute of Engineering Republic of Uzbekistan, 15 K.

Murtazoyev Street. The aim of the study is to evaluate the accuracy of turbulent closure schemes employed in three-dimensional models. In particular, standard k–ε and renormalized group k–ε schemes with standard coefficients are evaluated.

The modeled jets are deeply submerged, that is the impact of free surface and solid boundaries on jets are eliminated. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Abstract— The Turbulent jets are stumble upon in industrial apparatus, combustion chambers and different types of mixers.

The co-Axial turbulent jets can create a complex flow with an outer jet developing under asymmetric conditions by considering high jet velocities for both core and annular jets.

Three-Dimensional Turbulent Wall Jets. Experiments on three-dimensional turbulent bluff wall jets originating from circular, elliptic, square, rectangular, and equilateral triangular nozzles have shown that in the region of fully-developed flow, the distribution of the axial velocity in the central as well as transverse planes is similar.

The COST' Action F1' launched in by Professor I. Ryhming deals with "Complex three-dimensional viscous flows: prediction, modelling, manipulation and control". It has several subtopics among which numerical methods and modelling issues are the main areas of research and development.

Get this from a library. Computation of Three-Dimensional Complex Flows: Proceedings of the IMACS-COST Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics Lausanne, September[Michel Deville; S Gavrilakis; Inge L Ryhming] -- The IMACS-COST conference on "Computational Fluid Dynamics, Three-Dimensional Complex Flows" was held in Lausanne, Switzerland, September 13 - 15, the round-jet dynamics with three dimensional computational fluid dynamics (CFD).

Figure Turbulent flow of smoke from a chimney on the left and vortices around an aircraft on the right. The round turbulent jet has been studied since late 18th century, when Reynolds () examined the transition of the flow from laminar to turbulent. The application of a flux-spline scheme to three-dimensional fluid flow is reported.

A comparison is made of the performance of this scheme with that of the Power-law differencing scheme. The numerical results are compared with experimental data. For the problem considered in this study, the flux-spline scheme is more accurate than the Power-law.

For a prescribed accuracy, the flux-spline.Three-dimensional turbulent offset jets were investigated using a particle image velocimetry technique. Three jet exit Reynolds numbers, Re j =10,and four offset heights, h/d =,andwere studied.

The mean flow and turbulence statistics were studied over larger downstream distances than in previous studies.The IMACS-COST conference on "Computational Fluid Dynamics, Three-Dimensional Complex Flows" was held in Lausanne, Switzerland, September 13 - 15, The scien­ tific sponsors of the conference were • IMACS: International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, • .