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Drirect Numerical Simulation of Transitional Separated Flows Part I:Primary Instability
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 Title & Authors
Drirect Numerical Simulation of Transitional Separated Flows Part I:Primary Instability
Yang, Gyeong-Su;
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 Abstract
Transitional flow in an obstructed channel is investigated using numerical simulation. Two-dimensional thin obstacles are mounted symmetrically in the vertical direction and periodically in the streamwise direction. Flow separation occurs at the tip of the sharp obstacles. Depending on the Reynolds number, the flow undergoes Hopf bifurcation as the primary instability leading to a two-dimensional unsteady periodic solution. At higher Reynolds numbers, the unsteady solution exhibits a symmetry-breaking bifurcation which results in an unsteady asymmetric solution. The results are compared with experiments currently available, and show a good agreement
 Keywords
Instability;Transition;Direct Numerical Simulation;Bifurcation;Turbulence;
 Language
Korean
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