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Direct Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Boundary Layer using OpenFOAM and Adapted Mesh
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 Title & Authors
Direct Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Boundary Layer using OpenFOAM and Adapted Mesh
Lee, Sang Bong;
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 Abstract
Direct numerical simulations of a spatially developing turbulent boundary layer on a flat plate have been performed to verify the applicability of OpenFOAM and adapted mesh with prism layers to turbulent numerical simulation with high fidelity as well as provide a guideline on numerical schemes and parameters of OpenFOAM. Reynolds number based on a momentum thickness at inlet and a free-stream velocity was Reθ
 Keywords
Turbulent boundary layer;OpenFOAM;Direct numerical simulation;Adapted mesh;Structured mesh;
 Language
Korean
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