Reynolds-Stress Modelling for Transonic Shock-Wave/Boundary-Layer Interaction
Recent advances on wall-normal-free Reynolds-stress models are presented. Adequate functions of turbulence variables and of their gradients are used to describe wall topology. An efficient and robust computational method was specifically developed. Sample results are presented, illustrating the current predictive state-of-the-art. Unanswered questions, for which further research is necessary are discussed.
KeywordsTurbulence modelling shock-wave/boundary-layer interaction
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