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Numerical Study of Shear-Enhanced Turbulent Diffusion
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Numerical Study of Shear-Enhanced Turbulent Diffusion
Lee, Chang-Hun; Choe, Jae-Ho;
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of shear on turbulent diffusion. Turbulent Couette flows at low Reynolds number are numerically simulated using a Lagrangian PDF method. Flow field and particle trajectories are computed and analyzed in detail. Statistics for particle dispersion obtained from numerical simulations is compared with the classical scaling relations for dispersion in a shear flow.
Shear-Enhanced Diffusion;Lagrangian PDF Method;
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