# DES 기법을 이용한 270°곡덕트에서 발달하는 난류 유동의 수치해석

• Published : 2008.06.01

#### Abstract

Detached Eddy Simulation (DES) is performed for developing turbulent flow of the $270^{\circ}$ curved duct at a Reynolds number of 56,690. The curvature ratio on the basis of a centric radius $R_c$ and a duct height H is 3.357. Turbulence models adopted are k-$\omega$ model for Reynolds Average Navier-Stokes (RANS) equation Simulation and Shear Stress Transport (SST) model for DES. DES is used as the hybrid computation technique combined with RANS-SST and Large Eddy Simulation (LES). Predicted results are compared with measured results including the distributions of Reynolds stresses and the flow characteristics on the symmetric plane of curved duct are presented. Judging from the comparison between the predicted and the measured results, the DES approach is applicable to calculate the developing turbulent flow in a $270^{\circ}$ curved duct.

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