SVV-LES and Active Control of Flow Around the Square Back Ahmed Body
This work is motivated by the need of the automotive industry to manufacture vehicles that progressively reduce and ultimately eliminate both their negative environmental impact and dependence upon oil.
KeywordsDrag Reduction Bluff Body Slant Angle Active Flow Control Collocation Chebyshev Method
The work is supported by the French National Research Agency (ANR), in the frame of the project Limitation of the impact of vehicles on the environment by means of aerodynamic control using synthetic micro-jets (LIVE-CAMS). The calculations were carried out on the cluster of the Centre de Calculs Interactifs of the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis.
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