FLOMANIA — A European Initiative on Flow Physics Modelling [electronic resource] : Results of the European-Union funded project, 2002 – 2004 / edited by Werner Haase, Bertrand Aupoix, Ulf Bunge, Dieter Schwamborn.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design (NNFM): 94Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006Description: XI, 433 p. Also available online. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540395072Subject(s): Engineering | Physics | Thermodynamics | Engineering mathematics | Hydraulic engineering | Engineering | Automotive and Aerospace Engineering, Traffic | Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering | Engineering Fluid Dynamics | Mechanics, Fluids, Thermodynamics | ComplexityAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 629.2 LOC classification: TL1-483Online resources: Click here to access online
The FLOMANIA project -- The FLOMANIA project -- Technical, partner-related reports — methods, models and applications performed -- Contribution of ANSYS: Main achievements in FLOMANIA -- Contribution of Alenia: Main results obtained within the project -- Predictive Prospects of DES in Industrial External Aerodynamic Flow Simulations -- Contribution of Chalmers: LES and Hybrid LES-RANS -- Dassault Aviation’s main achievements within Flomania -- DLR’s Contribution to FLOMANIA — Methods, Models, Applications -- Contribution by EADS-CASA -- Methods and approaches used by EADS-M -- Method Used and Highlight Results achieved with the code_Saturne Software at EDF -- Contribution by FOI -- Contribution by ICSTM: Modelling generic 2d and 3d separated flows using anisotropy-resolving turbulence closures -- Advances in turbulence modelling for unsteady flows — IMFT -- Contribution of NUMECA: Main results achieved within the FLOMANIA project -- Contribution by ONERA -- Contribution by SPTU: Support of Partners’ Efforts Directed to Implementation of DES Technology -- Method Used and Highlight Results Achieved in FLOMANIA -- Methods used and highlighted results from UMIST -- Presentation of turbulence models used by partners -- Models versus partners and model quick reference -- Eddy-viscosity turbulence models -- Non Linear Eddy Viscosity Models and Explicit Algebraic Reynolds Stress Models -- Differential Reynolds stress turbulence models -- Wall functions -- Coupled RANS/LES methods -- Applications — test cases -- NACA0012 wing with rounded tip -- Rotor 37 -- The Asymmetric Plane Diffuser -- ONERA M6 wing -- OAT15A airfoil in wind tunnel (Alenia, Dassault) -- NACA0012 beyond Stall -- MRTT -- Prediction of Cross-Wind Stability for a Generic Train -- Analysis of Sound Sources for a Generic Car Mirror -- The TUM Forward-Swept Wing Generic Aircraft -- TUM Delta wing -- 3D circular cylinder -- AS28 wing-body configuration (w/o nacelles) -- Generic air intake (ONERA) -- Ahmed Car -- 3D low hill with complex separation -- Separation behind 2d hills -- The Aerospatiale A-airfoil -- NACA0012 — DNS Approach -- DLR F6 -- Summary of experience -- Summary of experience -- Physical and numerical upgrades in the Detached-Eddy Simulation of complex turbulent flows -- References.
This volume contains results gained from the EU-funded 5th Framework project, FLOMANIA (Flow Physics Modelling – An Integrated Approach). 17 European organisations, industry, research, and universities, have collaborated on topics of improvement of existing methods, investigation and integration of differential Reynolds Stress models for aeronautical applications and modelling of detached-eddy simulations (DES). The book presents an introduction to the project, exhibits partners’ methods and approaches, and provides comprehensive reports (i.e. definition as well as results) of all applications treated in the project. Moreover, a complete chapter is devoted to a description of turbulence models used by the partners together with a section on lessons learnt – accompanied by a comprehensive list of references.