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Numerical model of round turbulent jets

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Using a second-order semi-empirical turbulence model that includes the differential equations for the normal Reynolds stresses transport, numerical simulation of the flow in round turbulent jets is performed. The calculation results are in good satisfactory accordance with the experimental data. The results of numerical analysis of the self-similar degeneration are presented.

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Demenkov, A.G., Ilyushin, B.B. & Chernykh, G.G. Numerical model of round turbulent jets. J. Engin. Thermophys. 18, 49–56 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1810232809010068

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Keywords

  • Reynolds Stress
  • Turbulent Wake
  • Engineering THERMOPHYSICS
  • Nozzle Exit Section
  • Reynolds Stress Closure