Hysteresis of Turbulent Stresses in Wall Flows Subjected to Periodic Disturbances

  • K. Hanjalić
  • N. Stošić
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Abstract

The paper discusses some specific features of turbulent flows subjected to the periodic variation of external conditions. A particular emphasis is placed on the lagging response of turbulent structure and the hysteresis of turbulent stresses that were detected experimentally in a number of periodic flows. Several sets of experimental data were analysed in this light and attempts were made to obtain their prediction by means of single- and double-scale models of turbulence. Attention was focused on a case of simulated tidal flow where the above mentioned features are particularly pronounced. Some modifications of the standard stress-dissipation model of turbulence yielded a noticable improvement of the prediction of major properties of this and some other periodic flows.

Keywords

Anisotropy Attenuation Vorticity Resis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • K. Hanjalić
    • 1
  • N. Stošić
    • 1
  1. 1.Mašinski fakultetSarajevoYugoslavia

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