Dynamic Unified RANS-LES Simulations of Periodic Hill Flow
The hybrid RANS-LES methodology intends to combine the most favorable aspects of Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) and large eddy simulation (LES) to take advantage of both the computational efficiency of RANS and ability of LES to resolve instantaneous large scale flow structures. In this paper we present a new hybrid RANS-LES model which benefits from two important properties.
The authors would like to acknowledge support through NASA’s NRA research opportunities in aeronautics program (Grant No. NNX12AJ71A) and support from the National Science Foundation (DMS-CDS&E-MSS, Grant No. 1622488). We are very thankful for computational resources provided by the Wyoming Advanced Research Computing Center  and the Wyoming-NCAR Alliance .
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