On the Capability of PIV-Based Wall Pressure Estimation for an Impinging Jet Flow

Abstract

A PIV-based pressure estimation methodology is used to compute the wall pressure from the velocity field of a turbulent impinging jet flow. A simplified formulation (2D-2C) is applied to velocity fields issued from PIV data. The ability of the method to qualitatively estimate the wall pressure signature of a 3D unsteady impinging jet flow using only two velocity components in a plane is demonstrated. Nevertheless, the 2D flow assumption used in the context of planar measurements involves an underestimation of the wall pressure values all along the radial direction. The formulation based on the full integral formalism (3D-3C), computed from DNS data without any assumption on the flow, provides a reference solution. The contributions of the surface and volume integrals to the pressure coefficient are assessed. It is shown that the most important contribution to the wall pressure comes from the volume integral. Then the underestimation observed for the simplified formulation is mostly linked with the assumptions considered for the source term computation. The effect of each assumption is quantitatively analysed with the help of the DNS data and some ways to improve the simplified methodology are finally proposed.

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Dairay, T., Roux, S., Fortuné, V. et al. On the Capability of PIV-Based Wall Pressure Estimation for an Impinging Jet Flow. Flow Turbulence Combust 96, 667–692 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10494-015-9672-7

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Keywords

  • Impinging jet
  • Wall-pressure estimation
  • Particle image velocimetry
  • Direct numerical simulation