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1 FOIR SE Mars 2002 ISSN Lägesrapport Christer Fureby, Peter Eliasson (Eds.) Proceedings from FOI Workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics Weapons and Protection SE TUMBA
2 SWEDISH DEFENCE RESEARCH AGENCY Weapons and Protection SE Tumba Aeronautics SE Stockholm FOIR SE Mars 2002 ISSN Lägesrapport Christer Fureby, Peter Eliasson (Eds.) Proceedings from FOI Workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics
3 Issuing organization Report number, ISRN Report type FOI Swedish Defence Research Agency FOIR SE Status report Weapons and Protection SE Tumba Aeronautics Research area code 987, 3 Month year Project no. SE Stockholm March 2002 I235 / I807 Customers code 5, 3 Sub area code?, 31 Author/s (editor/s) Project manager Christer Fureby Christer Fureby, Peter Eliasson Peter Eliasson Approved by (Eds.) Report title Proceedings from FOI Workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics Scientifically and technically responsible Christer Fureby, Peter Eliasson Abstract (not more than 200 words) This report is the result of a workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics, held at FOI Ursvik, with participation from Computational Aerodynamics at the Aeronautics Division and Computational Physics at the Weapons & Protection Division. The workshop indicates that FOI is active in a very wide range of activities within the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics, ranging from basic research on numerical methods and turbulence to realworld problem solving relevant to the Swedish defence and the Swedish defence industry. The current stateoftheart at FOI holds strong promises for the future, and synergistic effects can be achived by collaboration in new projects utilizing the respective competences of the two groups. Keywords workshop, computational fluid dynamics, turbulrnce modelling, combustion, solidfluid interactions, electrodynamics, aeroacoustics, IRcalculations, cavitation Further bibliographic information Language English ISSN Pages 240 p. Price acc. to pricelist Security classification 2
4 Utgivare Rapportnummer, ISRN Klassificering Totalförsvarets Forskningsinstitut  FOI FOIR SE Lägesrapport Vapen och skydd Tumba Flygteknik Forskningsområde 987, 7 Månad, år Projektnummer Stockholm Mars 2002 I235 / I807 Verksamhetsgren 5, 3 Delområde?, 31 Författare/redaktör Projektledare Christer Fureby Christer Fureby, Peter Eliasson Peter Eliasson Godkänd av (Eds.) Tekniskt och/eller vetenskapligt ansvarig Christer Fureby, Peter Eliasson Rapportens titel (i översättning) Proceedings from FOI Workshop om numerisk strömningsmekanik Sammanfattning (högst 200 ord) Föreliggande rapport är resultatet av en workshop in numerisk strömningsmekanik som höls I Ursvik med deltagande från Beräkningsaerodynamik vid avdelningen för Flygteknik och Beräkningsfysik vid avdelningen för Vapen och skydd. Workshopen visade att FOI har en bred verksamhet inom området numerisk strömningsmekanik, från grundläggande forskning om numeriska metoder och turbulens till praktisk problemlösning som är relavant för Totalförsvaret och försvarsindustrin i Sverige. I dagsläget visar FOI goda framtidsutsikter och synergieffekter kan uppnås genom samverkan i nya projekt som tillvaratar gruppernas respektive kompetenser. Nyckelord Workshop, numerisk strömningsmekanik, turbulrnsmodelering, förbränning, solidfluidinteraktioner, elektrodynamik, numerisk analys, aeroakustik, IRberäkningar, kavitation Övriga bibliografiska uppgifter Språk engelska ISSN Antal sidor: 240 s. Distribution enligt missiv Pris: Enligt prislista Sekretess 3
5 Contents Introduction (C. Fureby & P. Eliasson) Introduction to FOI/ FFA s CFD software (P. Eliasson) Grid generation software (L. Thysell) Introduction to FOAM, FOI/ VS s CFD software (C. Fureby) Flow problems involving moving boundaries and interfaces (E. Lillberg, L. Olovsson) Turbulence modeling in RANS and LES (C. Fureby, L. Persson & U. Svennberg) Turbulence modeling (S. Wallin) Transition prediction (A. Hanifi) Optimal design and control (M. Berggren) High speed turbulent combustion (C. Fureby) Solid rocket propellant combustion and launch technology (M. Berglund) The pulse detonation engine (J. Tegnér) Ram jet robot calculations (M. Tormalm) Conceptual study of a supersonic heavy, low observable missile (J. Johansson) Numerical analysis (J. Nordström) Aeroacoustics (G. Efraimsson) The interaction between a lightning flash and an aircraft in flight (A. Larsson) IR calculations (M. Andersson) Low speed applications (S. Peng) Tip vortex cavitation modeling (N. Wikström) Underwater vehicle hydrodynamics (N. Alin) Surface ship hydrodynamics (E. Lillberg & U. Svennberg)
6 Introduction The main aim of the FOI Workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics, held at FOI Ursvik, was to bring researchers together from Computational Aerodynamics at the Aeronautics Division in Bromma and from Computational Physics, Dept. of Warheads and Propulsion, Weapons & Protection Division at the Grindsjön Research Center. This joint initiative was an opportunity for the two groups to identify each other's current research areas as well as areas of mutual interest for the future, in order to coordinate their activities and facilitate the integration process between old FFA and old FOA. The workshop indicates that FOI is active in a very wide range of activities within the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics, ranging from basic research on numerical methods, turbulence and turbulence modeling to realworld problems relevant to the Swedish defence and the Swedish defence industry. In many of these areas the research at FOI is of high international quality which is corroborated by the large number of national and international collaborations shared by the two groups. The current stateoftheart at FOI holds strong promises for the future, and synergistic effects can be achived by collaboration in new projects utilizing the respective competences of the two groups. These proceedings consist of a collection of slides presented at the workshop. Further information regarding specific research topics is available from the individual researchers. Christer Fureby Peter Eliasson 5
7 FOI Workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics Beräkningsaerodynamik (Flygteknik) Beräkningsfysik (Vapen och Skydd) FOI Ursvik, Konferensrum Frej 6
8 Introduction to FOI/FFA s CFD software (P.Eliasson) Grid generation software (L.Thysell) Introduction to FOAM, FOI/VS s CFD software (C. Fureby) Aeroelastic activities ( J. Smith) Flow problems involving moving boundaries and interfaces (E.Lillberg) Turbulence modeling in RANS and LES (C.Fureby, L.Persson & U.Svennberg) Turbulence modeling (S.Wallin) Transition prediction (A.Hanifi) Optimal design and control (M.Berggren) High speed turbulent combustion (C.Fureby) The pulse detonation engine (J.Tegnér) Applied aerodynamics (O.Hamnér) Ram jet robot calculations (M.Tormalm) Conceptual study of a supersonic heavy, low observable missile (J.Johansson) Numerical analysis (J.Nordström) Aeroacoustics (G.Efraimsson) The interaction between a lightning flash and an aircraft in flight (A.Larsson) IR calculations (M.Andersson) Low speed applications (S.Peng) Tip vortex cavitation modeling (N.Wikström) Underwater vehicle hydrodynamics (N.Alin) Surface ship hydrodynamics (E.Lillberg & U.Svennberg) 7 Solid rocket propellant combustion and launch technology (M.Berglund)
9 Introduction to FOI/FFA s CFD software P. Eliasson 8
10 Euranus Euranus : European Numerical Aerodynamic Simulator, developed at FFA and VUB, developed for ESA 3D RANS compressible Navierstokes cell centred finitevolume solver for structured multiblock grids Steady state solver/time accurate solver with/without moving grids Convergence acceleration like multigrid and implicit residual smoothing Originally designed for highspeed flows, contains thermally perfect gas models, equilibrium chemistry, chemical and thermal nonequilibrium models Several turbulence models Rotating frame of reference, blockwise Large variety of numerical models and b.c. for external/internal flows Sequential/parallel (PVM) 9
11 Turbulence models BaldwinLomax turbulence model (algebraic) Spalart Almaras turbulence model (one equation) kε turbulence model, near wall treatment by Chien (two equations) kω turbulence model (two equations) Wilcox standard model Wilcox lowreynolds model BSL model by Menter SST model by Menter Explicit Algebraic Reynolds Stress Models (two equations) New model by Wallin & Johansson Model by Gatski & Speziale; Shih Zhu & Lamley Linear model RANS/LES based on Spalart Almaras LES, dynamic SGS model Transition may be imposed along grid lines (by requiring P=0) 10
12 Additional options Spatial discretizations, 2nd order accurate Central discretization with artificial dissipation Upwind schemes with TVD limiters Boundary conditions Characteristic b.c., inlet and outlet b.c., spec. fields on boundary... Wall (viscous or Euler) Connectivity, periodicity, translation, rotation,... Nonmatching boundary conditions Preconditioning for low Mach numbers Gas options Calorically perfect gas Thermally perfect gas Equilibrium thermo chemistry Chemical and thermo chemical nonequilibrium 11
13 Steady state solver FAS multigrid Sawtooth, V, or Wcycles Simplification on coarser grids Full multigrid Different transfer operators between coarse/fine grids Simplification on coarser grids Nstage explicit RungeKutta scheme as smoother Implicit residual smoothing Constant or variable coefficients, explicit contribution Usually gives a doubling of possible CFL number Point implicit treatment of turbulent and chemical source terms 12
14 Unsteady Solver Explicit 4th order RungeKutta Implicit 2nd order backward difference with explicit pseudo time iteration 1.5 ( qv ) n qv ( ) n qv t ( ) n Rq ( n + 1 ) = 0 V n + 1 dq * + R * ( q * ) = 0 R * ( q * ) d τ = 1.5V n q * Rq ( * ) t 2 ( qv ) n 0.5 qv ( ) n 1 Typically: multigrid cycles for about 3 orders of residual reduction Moving grids Grid movement from analytical expressions or perturbation grids GCL Block wise rotation/steady blocks Aeroelastic computations with linear eigenmodes as input perturbation grids Manoeuvres, e.g. acceleration + t dq * 0 q * q n + 1 dτ 13
15 Nonmatching boundary conditions Nonmatching options available, matched grids with grid discontinuity normal to the boundary. Useful for local refinement or rotating  nonrotating calculations The same grid topology in the two nonmatching blocks No topology requirement (more expensive) Example, propellerwing calculation AIAA y 0.3 sliding interface block boundaries block boundaries 0.0 wing 0.3 propeller x 2.2 [m][ Pressure variation in time 300. Steady,fine Steady,coarse Time acc. Time acc.+wing
16 JAS at transonic conditions Mach number distribution JAS computation 15
17 3D delta wing with oscillating flap wing mounting shaft X 2 X 3 X 4 X 1 30%b pressure transducers %b pressure transducers X 5 X n = accelerometer no n b=401.9 X 6 Dimensions in mm X 9 X 7 X 10 X 8 55 o delta wing Pressure measurements at FFA T1500 Euler calculations at SAAB NavierStokes computations at FFA 16
18 Unsteady Euler results Unsteady Cpdistribution ComputationsExperiments 45.0% 45.0% M = 0.94, α = 0, δ mean = 0 f = 48 Hz Real: inphase Imaginary: outofphase (damping) Re  C p Im  C p References: 45.0% 45.0% AIAA f = 75 Hz ECCOMAS 1996, pp
19 Cp RAE2822 Case 10 std_kw_f SST_kw_f WJ_kw_f expr x/c Mach 0.754, a.o.a = 2.57, Re= , Cmesh 273*81 18
20 European Cooperation Ongoing European projects (5th F.W) Eurolift  high lift project, industrially oriented HiAer  high lift research oriented Helix  high lift, new concepts Hyltec  Laminar flow technologies ALTA  Laminar flow technologies Aeroshape  shape optimization TurboNoiseCFD  Aero acoustics in jet engines Taurus  Aero elasticity Project starting 2002 FloMania  turbulence modelling KnowBlade  wind turbine project 19
21 System for computations on unstructured grids CAD Patch Grid Solver Postproc. EDGE Ensight generator TRITET generation SPIDER Adaption TRITET 20 SPIDER  inhouse program for creation of patched surface patches from IGES files TRITET  Surface and volume generator. Includes also adaption modules EDGE  Flow solver Post processing: commercial tools, programs for simpler plotting exists
22 Hybrid grid generation TRITET Generation of unstructured grids 2D  triangles and quadrilaterals 3D  prisms (varying # layers), pyramids (transitional) and tetrahedra Grid adaptation (remeshing) embedded in Tritet Grid adaption uses original surface descr. Common file format with Edge solver Ongoing development of Tritet Moving grids with retained topology Local adaptation based on hrefinement Local remeshing 21
23 Overview EDGE solver EDGE solver based on: Finite volume, node centred, hybrid grids  arbitrary elements, agglomeration multigrid Preprocessor  Generates dual grid  Agglomerates coarser grids  Blocking for parallel computations Flow solver  Reads preprocessed grid containing node and edge data  Makes the flow computation Help programs  Sets boundary condition  Lists contents of files  Exports to different file formats  Plot programs  etc... Example of different element types 2D 3D Dual and primary grids Edge info. to flow solver N 2 S N 1 22
24 EDGE flow solver code characteristics Code in FORTRAN 90 Data stored in linked list  stored data may be retrieved everywhere Dynamic memory allocation Recursion, derived types, structures... Similarities with EURANUS EURANUS uses the same data structure in Fortran 77 Same name of routine names... FFA file format General file format in common with EURANUS Strategy to extend and implement most promising options in EURANUS to EDGE 23
25 Status of Edge Included and validated features of Edge ( ) Euler and NS, laminar and RANS Explicit, steady state, residual smoothing Agglomeration multigrid Central spatial discretization with artificial viscosity, 2nd order upwind scheme Rotation in a rotating frame of reference Turbulence: Wilcox kω and Explicit Algebraic Reynolds stress model (EARSM) Block partitioning with message passing using MPI Unsteady dual time stepping Preconditioning for low Mach numbers (Choi & Merkle) GUI 24
26 Validation of Edge Total pressure loss, RAE2822 airfoil. M=0.5, α = structured grids, 545*97, 273*49, 137* st order slope 2nd order slope EDGE, upw., trian. EDGE, upw., quads 2.0 log(error) EDGE, central, quads. EDGE, central, triangles Structured grid, quadrilaterals and triangles by triangulation log(size) Euranus 25
27 M6wing: Structured  unstructured 1.20 Transonic flow on M6wing, M=0.84, α=3.06, Re=11*10 6 Cp distribution: Structured surface grid Unstructured surface grid Mpoints 0.9 Mpoints Cp y/c=44% Cp y/c=90% 0.40
28 Grid Generation Software L. Tysell 27
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33 FOAM Field Operation And Manipulation Christer Fureby Totalförsvarets Forskningsinstitut, FOI Vapen & Skydd Grindsjöns forskningscentrum 32
34 History 1989 Henry got tired of FORTRAN and started to play around with OOP and particularly C Intense development of the core of FOAM (Hrvoje & Dave) skeletal classes for field manipulation + numerics 1994 Gavin joins the group at IC and starts adding more physics 1995 Christer & Onno join the group at IC, further physics, turbulence, combustion, electromagnetics publications FOAM grows into a fullbodied CCM package (group of 57 people) 1999 Academic research code Commercial code? 2000 Foundation of Nabla Ltd Marketing of FOAM on LINUX PC s as a package solution to CFD Contact: Nabla Ltd. Weller H.G., Tabor G., Jasak H. & Fureby C.; 1997, A Tensorial Approach to CFD using Object Oriented Techniques, Comp. in Physics, 12, p
35 Overall Structure foam applications run src tutorials lib make cfd cases MeshTools sgi64 financial cfdtools LINUX stress foam fields boundaryfield util matrices fvmatrix meshes ldumatrix methods fvc thermophysical fvm dimensionset Platforms: UNIX, UNICOS: SUN, IBM, CRAY, SGI, HP, DEC LINUX PC Parallelization: pvm and mpi 34
36 Discretization and Numerics The NSE can be discretized as f ( v d A) f = 0 m n+ i β i t C D n+ i n+ i i = 0 ( αi( v) P + δ V f[ Ff + Ff ] ) = βi( p) P t P C where Ff = Ffvf Ff( lvp + ( 1 l) vn D F ν d A ( v v )/ d for CD. In other words, a v = H( v) ( p) and n P P f f N P [( a ) da ]( p) = [( H( v)/ a ) da ] n P f f f F [( H( v)/ a ) ( a ) ( p) ] da n f p f P f f Equations are solved in sequence using a PISOtype loop n P f f p f f for(runtime++;!runtime.end(); runtime++) { Info << "Time = "<<runtime.curtime() nl<<endl; } fvm Ueqn ( fvm::ddt(u)+fvm::div(phi,u,scheme) fvm::laplacian(nu,u) ); solve(ueqn == fvc::grad(p)); //  PISO loop for (int corr=0; corr<ncorr; corr++) { phi=interp(ueqn.h()/ueqn.a())&mesh.areas(); } P da fvm peqn ( fvm::laplacian(1.0/ueqn.a(),p)==fvc::div(phi) ); peqn.solve(); phi=peqn.flux(); U=(Ueqn.H()fvc::grad(p))/Ueqn.A(); U.correctBoundaryConditions(); d f N 35
37 Equation Discretization The discretized equations can be compactly expressed by [A]{x}={y} { } geometricfield<type> [A] fvmatrix<type> Basic mesh description fvmatrix<type> geometricfield<type> volfield<type> surfacefield<type> pointfield<type> fvm (implicit) fvc (explicit) geometricfield<type> volfield<type> surfacefield<type> pointfield<type> metric information fvmesh Points Faces Cells pointfield facelist celllist internal boundary Boundary patchlist Additional features syntax that closely mimics the notation of written mathematics (+, symm, pow, &) written in C++ automatic dimension checking tensor mathematics (scalar, vector, tensor, tensorthird) all trancidental functions available 36
38 Parallelization Strategies Parallelisation of FOAM is via domain decomposition i.e. the domain is split up into subdomains, one for each processor, and a copy of the code run on each domain. processor patch decomposepar The processor patch class caters for the interprocesser information within the solver. On decomposition, internal boundaries within the complete mesh are given processor patches which know about the interprocessor topology, and which hide the interprocessor calls (pvm or SHMEM). since the interprocessor communication is at the level of the field classes, any geometric field will automatically parallelise. 37
39 HighLevel Language Codes a short selection Basic CFD codes icofoam incompressible laminar flow code for Newtonian and Nonnewtonian fluids potential Foam potential flow code turbfoam incompressible turbulent flow code (algebraic, 2 eqn, & Reynolds stress) Compressible Flow sonicfoam compressible transsonic/supersonic laminar gas flow code sonicturbfoam compressible transsonic/supersonic turbulent gas flow code Heat Transfer chtfoam incompressible code with conjugate heat transfer DNS and LES codes dnsfoam direct numerical simulation code oodles incompressible large eddy simulation code sonicoodles compressible large eddy simulation code Combustion Xoodles compressible turbulent combustion code using the FWmodel reactingoodles compressible turbulent combustion code a range of combustion models Electromagnetics Finance Stress Analysis 38
40 Moving Boundary and Interface Methods for Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics Eric Lillberg och Lars Olovsson The Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI Weapons and Protection Division Eric Lillberg, Computational Physics FOI Defence Research Agency 39
41 Moving Boundary and Interface Problems in Fluid Mechanics Many physical phenomena of interest must contend with moving boundaries and interfaces, e.g. free surface flows, penetration mechanics, flow induced vibrations, bodies with relative motion. Different methods needed to solve different problems. Fluid/solid, fluid/fluid and solid/solid interactions leads to highly coupled, nonlinear systems. LES is suitable for the transient nonlinear coupling between fluid and structure where time accuracy is important. Several numerical solutions have been found to such problems, and this leads one to believe that the problems are well posed. Floryan and Rasmussen, Numerical methods for viscous flows, Appl. Mech Rev vol 42, no 12, Dec 1989 Eric Lillberg, Computational Physics FOI Defence Research Agency 40
42 Interface Representations Lagragian methods (a) Maintain the interface as a discontinuity and explicitly track its evolution. The grid is configured to conform to the shape of the interface and adapts continually to it. Eulerian methods (b) Employs a fixed grid. The interface is reconstructed from the properties of appropriate field variables such as fluid fractions or a levelset Eric Lillberg, Computational Physics FOI Defence Research Agency 41
43 General methods at hand ALE  Arbitrary LagrangianEulerian + Explicit tracking of the interface Transformation methods + Boundary conditions  Complex geometries  Breakups/Mergers  Large deformations Volume of Fluid + Any geometry Volume of Solid + Complex interfacial behavior CutCell Techniques + Large deformations Virtual Boundary methods  Interface not explicitly defined LevelSet methods  Complex boundary conditions  Interface reconstruction Over Set Grid Methods + Multiple geometries with relative motion Eric Lillberg, Computational Physics FOI Defence Research Agency 42
44 VOF Methods for Fluid Interfaces Bubble dynamics as an example of interface capturing for large, general deformations, using a Volume of Fluid (VOF) method div v = 0 t t ( ρ v ) + div( ρ v ( α ) + div( α v ) = v ) = grad p + div S + ρ g + f 0 ρ = αρ (, µ α ) ρ 2 µ = αµ 1 + (1 α ) f = σ div(grad α / grad α ) grad α 2 Eric Lillberg, Computational Physics FOI Defence Research Agency 43
45 ALE Methods for Fluid/Structure Interaction Grid moves with the geometry while the NS equations are solved in a fixed grid approach compensated for the meshmotion fluxes U. Suitable for accurate fluid/structure interaction problems with limited deformations. Geometric conservation. div( t ( v v ) + U ) = div(( 0 v U ) = + v ) grad p div S Eric Lillberg, Computational Physics FOI Defence Research Agency 44
46 Några ord om penaltybaserad EulerLagrangekoppling Lars Olovsson The Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI Weapons and Protection Division 45
47 Varför EulerLagrangekoppling? Det är ofta lämpligt att beskriva en del av en modell med en Lagrangeformulering och en del med en Eulerformulering. En kopplingsalgorithm krävs för kommunikationen mellan modellens olika komponenter. Lagrangebeskrivning Eulerbeskrivning 46
48 Penaltybaserad metod En penaltybaserad kopplingsalgoritm håller koll på relativa förskjutningen mellan fluid och struktur. Nodkrafter, proportionella mot relativa förskjutningen, tvingar fluid och struktur att följas åt. Senare Följ partikeln,, och applicera en kraft proportionell mot d. d fluidelement Kontakt detekteras Lagrangestruktur Markera en partikel i fluiden 47
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52 TURBULENCE MODELLING IN RANS AND LES Urban Svennberg, Leif Persson & Christer Fureby Totalförsvarets Forskningsinstitut, FOI Vapen & Skydd Grindsjöns forskningscentrum 51
53 RANS, URANS,, LES, DNS and all that Reynolds Average Navier Stokes (RANS) 2D/3D stationary solution with turbulence modelling The turbulence model often dictates the resolution Does not necessarily converge to DNS Wide range of models Unsteady RANS (URANS) 2D/3D unsteady solution with turbulence modelling Large Eddy Simulations (LES) 3D unsteady solution with partial (SGS) modelling wallresolved LES (y + <2, x + <100, z + <15) LES VLES CSC Hybrid RANS/LES wallmodelled LES MILES O(Re 3/2 ) celler SGS turbulence models physics on macro and meso scales correctly treated Direct Numerical Simulations (DNS) 3D time accurate solution O(Re 9/4 ) cells, high numerical accuracy No modelling, all scales resolved all physics correctly treated 52
54 RANS Average the NSE over time or across an ensemble of flows (ergodicity) ( v v ) = p + ( S R) + f, v = 0 where R= v v Need to close these equations by modelling R Different levels of modeling different cost and accuracy Twoequation models (R=ν t D, ν t =c µ k 2 /ε) 2 ( k v ) = 2 νt D + (( ν+ νt/ σk) k) ε ( ε v ) = P + (( ν+ ν / σ ) ε) R ε ε Nonlinear twoequation models Differential stress models t T 2 ( R v ) = R D + D R+ ( νk R R) + c1 ( ε/ k) R 3 c 2 εi More complex models more physics better resolution 53
55 The Filtering Approach to LES Convolving the NSE with the filter kernel G(x, ) yields the LES equations v t ( v) + ( v v) = p + ( S B) + f+ m ; v= 0 where B ( v v v v) = ( v v v v) + ( v v+ v v ) + ( v v ) v m = [, G ]( v v+ pi S) in which [, G ] Φ= Φ Φ Need to close these equations by modelling B and m v, or B neglecting m v SGS models usually based on isotropy assumptions some physics not included (e.g. near wall effects) EVM SSM & MM DRSM B= 2ν k D B= v v v v 2ν k D T T t ( B) + ( B v) = ( LB + BL ) + M + Π + E Improvements (modifications) necessary for high Re complex flows. E.g. wallresolved LES wallmodelled LES MILES y + <2 νbc = νbc ( τw, yp, vp ) particular numerics 54
56 Monotone Integrated LES (MILES) Alternative concept for LES introduced by Boris et al, (1992) and under rapid development: Fureby & Grinstein, (1998, 1999, 2000), Karniadakis et al (2000), Knight et al (1998, 2000). Idea MILES uses the features of particular numerical methods to construct implicit (builtin) SGS models by means of the leading order truncation error + no commutation error + improved generality no parameters +/ strong coupling with the numerics The FV, FD or FE discretization acts as an implicit lowpass filter same temporal scheme as in conventional LES same treatment of diffusive and source terms as in conventional LES Monotonicity preserving or TVD schemes for the convective terms (often using flux limiters Γ) T T 2 Modified equations B= CL + LC + χ Ld Ld, C= C( v, Γ), χ= χ( Γ) 55
57 Circular and rectangular jets Aim: SGS modelling, jetflow physics Re D =10 4 to 10 6 Grids: 10 5 to 10 6 Free Shear Flows Spatially Developing Transitional Jet ln(e/(vrms 2 λi)) (b) Energy spectra in farfield (isotropic) region ln(kλi) 1.4 v/v Jet centerline velocity vs axial distance Vorical regions (II>0) colored by ω 0 x/d In collaboration with NRL, SBD & KTH Fureby C. & Grinstein F.F.; 1998, AIAA Paper No , AIAA.J., 37, p 544. Fureby C. & Grinstein F.F.; 2000, 8 th European Turb. Conf., Barcelona, Spain. 56
58 Wall Bounded Flows Fully Developed Turbulent Channel Flow Re τ =180, 395, 590 (DNS), 2030 (EXP) and Grids: 60 3, and 90 3 LES: SMG, DSMG, OEEVM, DSM MILES wallresolved and wall modelled LES DNS Re=395 EXP Re=2030 OEEVM WL Re=395 OEEVM1 Re=395 OEEVM2 Re=395 OEEVM WL Re=2030 OEEVM Re=2030 OEEVM WLRe=10000 v + =κ 1 ln(y + )+B v /u τ 5 logregion v /u τ DNS Re=395 EXP Re=2030 OEEVM WL Re=395 OEEVM Re=395 OEEVM2 Re=395 OEEVM WL Re=2030 OEEVM Re=2030 OEEVM WLRe= wallmodelled OEEVM, Fureby C., Gosman A.D., Sandham N., Tabor G., Weller H.G., & Wolfstein M.; 1997, TSF 11 Fureby C. & Grinstein F.F.; 2000, AIAA Paper No , J. Comp. Phys 57
59 Supersonic Flows Base Flow at Ma=1.5 Expansion Waves Recompression Waves Ma=2.5 Free Shear Layer C L Recirculation region Trailing Wake Isosurface of II= colored by v x, and contours of ρ Statistics v x rms vortexrings jet v x Fureby C., Nilsson Y. & Andersson K.; 1999, AIAA Paper No
60 Concluding Remarks LES is not currently fully developed, a few pacing items remain to be solved before LES is useful for engineering calculations How do unknown inflow conditions affect transition of unresolved BL? Laminar/transitional boundary layer Separating shear layers Effects of SGS on coherent structures (and viceversa) are not well understood. Wake SGS eddy CS How is SGS turbulence affected by rapid strain and distortion? Leading edge Turbulent boundary layer Viscous sublayer not resolved on LES grid. How can τ w be modelled? τ w v v 59
61 Turbulence Modeling S. Wallin 60
62 RANS modelling activities at Flygteknik, FFA Stefan Wallin Aeronautics Division, FFA, FOI, Sweden Contents: Overview Some theory and examples of EARSM Curvature effects Passive scalar flux Aeronautics Division, FFA FOI konferensen, oktober 2001 Stefan Wallin 61
63 Overview NASA Langley Wing tip vortices = Conf. paper = J. publication RST Scalar flux Curvature and rotation Afterbody Planforms Inlet ducts EARSM TurMMAC ETMA ESA turb AVTAC FMV (FoT) EUROLIFT HiAer FLOMANIA RST EARSM, RST Trans pred. Aeronautics Division, FFA FOI konferensen, oktober 2001 Stefan Wallin 62
64 Statistical approach Time dependent NavierStokes equations Reynolds decomposition ũi = t NS ( ũ ) i j ũ i ( x, t ) = U i ( x ) + u i ( x, t ) Reynolds averaged NavierStokes (RANS) equations ũi = NS t i ( ũ j ) Reynolds stress tensor Ui = t NS ( U ) i j ( ui u x j ) j u i u j Aeronautics Division, FFA FOI konferensen, oktober 2001 Stefan Wallin 63
65 Some definitions Reynolds stress anisotropy tensor u i u j a a ij K 2 δ 3 ij Mean flow strain and rotation rate tensors (normalized) 1 S S ij  K U i U j + ε x j x i 1 Ω Ω ij  K ε U i U j x j x i Turbulent kinetic energy K u i u i Dissipation rate of turbulent kinetic energy ε Aeronautics Division, FFA FOI konferensen, oktober 2001 Stefan Wallin 64
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