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Intermittency Transport Modeling of Separated Flow Transition

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J. Vicedo, S. Vilmin, W. N. Dawes, A. M. Savill

CFD Laboratory, Engineering Department, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

J. Turbomach 126(3), 424-431 (Sep 03, 2004) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1748393 History: Received December 01, 2002; Revised March 01, 2003; Online September 03, 2004
Copyright © 2004 by ASME
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Figures

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Velocity profiles across the separation bubble, x experiments, ⋅-⋅ k-ε model, - - k-ε-I model, – k-ε-γ model
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Velocity profiles across the separation bubble, x experiments, ⋅-⋅ k-ε model, - - k-ε-I model, – k-ε-γ model
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Comparison of displacement thickness and skin friction predictions with experimental measurements for Tu∞,6=2.39%: ⋅-⋅ k-ε model, - - k-ε-I model, – k-ε-γ model
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Comparison of displacement thickness and skin friction predictions with experimental measurements for Tu∞,6=0.63%: ⋅-⋅ k-ε model, - - k-ε-I model, – k-ε-γ model
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Intermittency factor, γ, contours for Tu∞,6=0.63%
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Intermittency factor, γ, contours for Tu∞,6=5.34%
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Comparison of displacement thickness and skin friction predictions with experimental measurements for Tu∞,6=5.34%: ⋅-⋅ k-ε model, - - k-ε-I model, – k-ε-γ model
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RRASL wind tunnel working section and T3L model geometry
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Streamlines (above) and kinetic energy contours (below) for k-ε transition free for Tu∞,6=2.39%
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Streamlines (above) and kinetic energy contours (below) for k-ε-I model for Tu∞,6=2.39%
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Streamlines (above) and kinetic energy contours (below) for k-ε-γ model for Tu∞,6=2.39%
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Intermittency factor, γ, contours for Tu∞,6=2.39%

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