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TurbulenceModels: Updated documentation

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Physics of Fluids A, Vol. 4, No. 7, 1992, pp 1510-1520.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
RNGkEpsilonCoeffs
{
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References:
\verbatim
"Turbulence Modeling for CFD"
D. C. Wilcox,
DCW Industries, Inc., La Canada,
California, 1988.
See also:
http://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/Wilcox's_k-omega_model
Wilcox, D. C. (1998).
Turbulence modeling for CFD
(Vol. 2, pp. 103-217). La Canada, CA: DCW industries.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
kOmegaCoeffs
{
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Turbulence model described in:
\verbatim
D. Keith Walters, Davor Cokljat
"A Three-Equation Eddy-Viscosity Model for Reynold-Averaged
Navier-Stokes Simulations of Transitional Flow"
Walters, D. K., & Cokljat, D. (2008).
A three-equation eddy-viscosity model for Reynolds-averaged
Navier–Stokes simulations of transitional flow.
Journal of Fluids Engineering, 130(12), 121401.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
kkLOmegaCoeffs
{
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References:
\verbatim
Lien F-S, Kalitzin G,
"Computations of transonic flow with the v2-f turbulence model",
Int. J. Heat Fluid Flow 22, 2001, pp 53-61
Davidson L, Nielsen P, Sveningsson A,
"Modifications of the v2-f model for computing the flow in a
3D wall jet",
Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer 4, 2003, pp 577-584
Lien, F. S., & Kalitzin, G. (2001).
Computations of transonic flow with the v2f turbulence model.
International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 22(1), 53-61.
Davidson, L., Nielsen, P., & Sveningsson, A. (2003).
Modifications of the v2-f model for computing the flow in a
3D wall jet.
Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer, 4, 577-584
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients are given as:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
v2fCoeffs
{
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k variants (nutk...) for this case will not behave correctly.
SeeAlso
Foam::incompressible::RASModels::kEpsilon
Foam::RASModels::kEpsilon
Foam::kLowReWallFunctionFvPatchScalarField
Foam::epsilonLowReWallFunctionFvPatchScalarField
Foam::v2WallFunctionFvPatchScalarField
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Reference:
\verbatim
"One-equation sub-grid scale (SGS) modelling for Euler-Euler
large eddy simulation (EELES) of dispersed bubbly flow"
B. Niceno,
M.T. Dhotre,
N.G. Dee
Chemical Engineering Science 63 (2008) pp. 3923-3931.
Niceno, B., Dhotre, M. T., & Deen, N. G. (2008).
One-equation sub-grid scale (SGS) modelling for
Euler–Euler large eddy simulation (EELES) of dispersed bubbly flow.
Chemical Engineering Science, 63(15), 3923-3931.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are:
\verbatim
NicenoKEqnCoeffs
{
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Reference:
\verbatim
"Numerical simulation of the dynamic flow behavior in a bubble column:
A study of closures for turbulence and interface forces"
D. Zhang,
N.G. Deen,
J.A.M. Kuipers,
Chemical Engineering Science 61 (2006) pp 7593-7608.
Zhang, D., Deen, N. G., & Kuipers, J. A. M. (2006).
Numerical simulation of the dynamic flow behavior in a bubble column:
a study of closures for turbulence and interface forces.
Chemical Engineering Science, 61(23), 7593-7608.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
SmagorinskyZhangCoeffs
{
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This model is unpublished and is provided as a stable numerical framework
on which a more physical model may be built.
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
continuousKEqnCoeffs
{
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Reference:
\verbatim
"The simulation of multidimensional multiphase flows",
Lahey R.T.,
Nucl. Eng. & Design
2005 (235) pp.1043-1060.
Lahey Jr, R. T. (2005).
The simulation of multidimensional multiphase flows.
Nuclear Engineering and Design, 235(10), 1043-1060.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
LaheyKEpsilonCoeffs
{
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This model is unpublished and is provided as a stable numerical framework
on which a more physical model may be built.
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
continuousGasKEpsilonCoeffs
{
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The basic structure of the model is based on:
\verbatim
"Modelling of dispersed bubble and droplet ow at high phase fractions"
A. Behzadi, R.I. Issa , H. Rusche,
Chemical Engineering Science (59) 2004 pp.759-770.
Behzadi, A., Issa, R. I., & Rusche, H. (2004).
Modelling of dispersed bubble and droplet flow at high phase fractions.
Chemical Engineering Science, 59(4), 759-770.
\endverbatim
but an effective density for the gas is used in the averaging and an
alternative model for bubble-generated turbulence from:
\verbatim
"The simulation of multidimensional multiphase flows",
Lahey R.T.,
Nucl. Eng. & Design
(235) 2005 pp.1043-1060.
Lahey Jr, R. T. (2005).
The simulation of multidimensional multiphase flows.
Nuclear Engineering and Design, 235(10), 1043-1060.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
mixtureKEpsilonCoeffs
{
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Description
The Smagorinsky SGS model.
Algebraic eddy viscosity SGS model founded on the assumption that
local equilibrium prevails.
Thus,
Reference:
\verbatim
Smagorinsky, J. (1963).
General circulation experiments with the primitive equations: I.
The basic experiment*.
Monthly weather review, 91(3), 99-164.
\endverbatim
The form of the Smagorinsky model implemented is obtained from the
k-equation model assuming local equilibrium which provides estimates of both
k and epsilon separate from the sub-grid scale viscosity:
\verbatim
B = 2/3*k*I - 2*nuSgs*dev(D)
where
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nuSgs = Ck*sqrt(k)*delta
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
SmagorinskyCoeffs
{
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}
\endverbatim
SeeAlso
Foam::LESModels::kEqn
SourceFiles
Smagorinsky.C
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Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 62(3), 183-200.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
WALECoeffs
{
Ck 0.094;
Ce 1.048;
Ce 1.048;e
Cw 0.325;
}
\endverbatim
SeeAlso
Foam::LESModels::Smagorinsky
SourceFiles
WALE.C
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One Equation Eddy Viscosity Model
Eddy viscosity SGS model using a modeled balance equation to simulate the
behaviour of k, hence,
\verbatim
d/dt(rho*k) + div(rho*U*k) - div(rho*nuEff*grad(k))
=
-rho*D:B - Ce*rho*k^(3/2)/delta
and
B = 2/3*k*I - 2*nuSgs*dev(D)
behaviour of k.
where
D = symm(grad(U));
nuSgs = Ck*sqrt(k)*delta
nuEff = nuSgs + nu
Reference:
\verbatim
Yoshizawa, A. (1986).
Statistical theory for compressible turbulent shear flows,
with the application to subgrid modeling.
Physics of Fluids (1958-1988), 29(7), 2152-2164.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
kEqnCoeffs
{
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Journal of Energy, 7(4), 345-353.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
LaunderSharmaKECoeffs
{
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Reference:
\verbatim
Yakhot, V. S. A. S. T. B. C. G., Orszag, S. A., Thangam, S.,
Yakhot, V., Orszag, S. A., Thangam, S.,
Gatski, T. B., & Speziale, C. G. (1992).
Development of turbulence models for shear flows
by a double expansion technique.
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Journal of Energy, 7(4), 345-353.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
RNGkEpsilonCoeffs
{
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is implemented in which Stilda is clipped at Cs*Omega with the default value
of Cs = 0.3.
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
SpalartAllmarasCoeffs
{
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Journal of Energy, 7(4), 345-353.
\endverbatim
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
kEpsilonCoeffs
{
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uncertainty in their origin, range of applicability and that if y+ becomes
sufficiently small blending u_tau in this manner clearly becomes nonsense.
The default model coefficients correspond to the following:
The default model coefficients are
\verbatim
kOmegaSSTCoeffs
{
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