Numerical Simulation of High-Speed Flows Using the Algebraic Reynolds Stress Model
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A turbulence model for high-speed compressible flows is developed. It is based on modeling the rapid and slow parts of pressure-strain correlation depending on gradient Mach number and on the assumption that the velocity fluctuations normal to streamlines play a key role in turbulent mixing process. It is shown that an increase in the flow velocity leads to a slowing of turbulent mixing and an increase in the anisotropy of the flow. Comparison of the calculation results with the available experimental data showed good agreement.
Keywordsturbulence supersonic flows pressure-strain correlation strain rate tensor
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