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Turbulence modeling — Progress and future outlook

  • Joseph G. Marvin
  • George P. Huang
Invited Lectures
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 490)

Abstract

Progress in the development of the hierarchy of turbulence models for Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes codes used in aerodynamic applications is reviewed. Steady progress is demonstrated, but transfer of the modeling technology has not kept pace with the development and demands of the CFD tools. An examination of the process of model development leads to recommendations for a mid-course correction involving close coordination between modelers, CFD developers and application engineers. In instances where the old process is changed and cooperation enhanced, timely transfer is realized. A turbulence modeling information data base is proposed to refine the process and open it to greater participation among modeling and CFD practitioners.

Keywords

Skin Friction Adverse Pressure Gradient Skin Friction Coefficient Application Code Eddy Viscosity Model 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Joseph G. Marvin
    • 1
  • George P. Huang
    • 2
  1. 1.NASA-Ames Research CenterMoffett Field
  2. 2.MCAT Inc.San Jose

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