Implicit Large-Eddy Simulation of Isotropic Turbulent Mixing
In practical turbulent flow applications exhibiting extreme geometrical complexity and a broad range of length and time scales direct numerical simulation (DNS) is prohibitively expensive and dependable large scale predictions of highly nonlinear processes must be typically achieved with under-resolved computer simulation models.
KeywordsDirect Numerical Simulation Scalar Variance Isotropic Turbulence Passive Scalar Direct Numerical Simulation Data
This work was made possible by funding from the LANL LDRD-ER on “LES Modeling for Predictive Simulations of Material Mixing”, through project number 20100441ER.
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