By Bernhard Eisfeld
This e-book offers contemporary growth within the software of RANS turbulence versions in keeping with the Reynolds pressure shipping equations. quite a few types has been carried out by means of diverse teams into various stream solvers and utilized to exterior in addition to to faster equipment flows.
Comparisons among the versions enable an evaluation in their functionality in several circulate stipulations. the consequences reveal the overall applicability of differential Reynolds tension types to setting apart flows in business aerodynamics.
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However, nonlinear effects can also be easily accounted for in one- and two-equation models, such as in SA-QCR2000 and EASMko2003-S. These models also produced small bubbles for this case. In conclusion, the SSG/LRR-RSM-w2012 model was demonstrated to be generally better than WilcoxRSM-w2006 for the separated flows tested. However, definitive benefits of the RSM over simpler one- and two-equation models have not been established yet. Although the RSM automatically includes important nonlinear behaviors, these can be easily added (although perhaps less rigorously) in one- and two-equation models.
And, like other RANS models, the current RSMs still cannot account for the high levels of turbulence inherent in some separated shear layers. Nonetheless, the RSMs may provide a convenient testing bed for possible future turbulence model improvements aimed toward better predictions of separated flows. Acknowledgements The author acknowledges Dr. John Vassberg of the Boeing Company for providing a set of refined grids for the ONERA M6 wing. Dr. Bernhard Eisfeld of DLR is recognized for his generous time spent collaborating with the author in verifying and testing the SSG/LRRRSM-w2012 model.
B" Ret / C B" Ret exp . 2 SSG/LRR-! Model The idea behind the SSG/LRR-! model is to blend the pressure-strain model of the LRR model, also used in the Wilcox Stress-! model, and the SSG model. The rationale is to activate the LRR model in the near wall region while the SSG is activated further away. The blending is conducted based on the Menter  blending function Ã Ã Â Â 1 1 akl akl ıij ˘ij D C1 N" C C1 Pkk aij C C2 N" aik akj 2 3 Ã Â p 2 C C3 C3 akl akl NkSij C C4 Nk aik Sjk C ajk Sik akl Skl ıij 3 CC5 Nk aik ˝jk C ajk ˝ik where Sij D Sij 1 S ı .