Turbulent Flow Prediction Around Appended Hulls
Two appended hull configurations have been simulated using all hexahedral unstructured grids. Numerical uncertainty is assessed with grid refinement. Influence of turbulence model and wall function approach have been investigated. Scale effect has been studied for one configuration. Numerical results are validated both with measurement data and with computational results using structured grid when possible.
Key wordsappended hull hexahedral unstructured grid uncertainty estimation vortical flow
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