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Comparative study of advanced turbulence models for turbomachinery

Comparative study of advanced turbulence models for turbomachinery

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • K-epsilon turbulence model.,
  • Incompressible flow.,
  • Turbulent flow.,
  • Reynolds stress.,
  • Finite volume method.,
  • Turbomachinery.,
  • Stress tensors.,
  • Navier-Stokes equation.,
  • Computational fluid dynamics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAli H. Hadid and Munir M. Sindir.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-203937.
    ContributionsSindir, Munir M., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15479178M

      A comparative aerodynamic study of the morphing wing by varying the spatial frequency (i.e., number of waves along the span) and the phase shift (i.e., wave shape along the span) at different angles of attack is conducted through analytical approaches and numerical Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) simulations, which are validated with previous.   Additionally, the possibility of deploying a leading edge slat to mitigate the contamination-driven performance degradation of wind turbine airfoils is explored. A two dimensional CFD model of the particle laden flow over an airfoil section is developed by solving Navier-Stokes equations along with the SST k-ω turbulence model. @article{osti_, title = {A comparative study between 2D boundary layer predictions and 3D Navier-Stokes calculations for a film cooled vane}, author = {Weigand, B and Bonhoff, B and Ferguson, J R}, abstractNote = {A computational study was performed for the flow and heat transfer around a turbine vane with and without film cooling.


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Advanced turbulence models for turbomachinery. Comparative Study of Advanced Turbulence Models for Turbomachinery A computational study has been undertaken to study.

Numerical simulations were performed to investigate turbulence and transition models in a flow solver for turbomachinery flows with special emphasis on transitional boundary layers.

Two test cases were chosen for this study: first, a linear transonic compressor cascade, and second a linear, highly loaded low pressure turbine : H. Thermann, D.R. Grates, R. Niehuis. The state of the art in validation of turbulence models for internal flows in turbomachinery is reviewed, based on current work in the thematic area 6 (Turbomachinery Internal Flows) within the EU- Network QNET-CFD (see ).This review first discusses the available databases for validation of turbomachinery flows, and describes the approach within QNET Cited by: 2.

In this study, a standard two-equation turbulence model has been extended for compressible, rotational flow as it occurs in turbomachinery and subsequently applied to different turbomachinery.

A Comparative Study of Turbulence Models for Conjugate Heat Transfer to Gas Flow in a Heated Mini-Channel to validate the transition model for turbomachinery and aerodynamic applications. Numerical study of stress-transport turbulence models: Implementation and validation issues Computers & Fluids, Vol.

36, No. 8 A Computational Fluid Dynamics Study of Transitional Flows in Low-Pressure Turbines Under a Wide Range of Operating Conditions. The standard k– model is known to exaggerate turbulence in certain regions and give poor predictions in a number of cases, especially in the case of round jets.

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Furthermore, new turbulence models have recently been developed which were not considered by previous researchers. The present paper reports on a systematic study of the performance of a wide range of low-Reynolds number turbulence models used to predict the detailed flow characteristics of ramp-up-type unsteady flows in a channel.

El-Behery, S. M., & Hamed, M. A comparative study of turbulence models performance for turbulent flow in a planar asymmetric diffuser. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 53, – Google Scholar.

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An example for an LPT in Fig. 4, shows types of turbulence content needed. This includes freestream turbulence based on a turbulence spectrum, wake and boundary layer turbulence, with the correct level and distribution of correlated fluctuations.

In general two-equation models are regarded as practical choice and developed for diffusion flow, such as k - ɛ, k - ω, shear Comparative study of advanced turbulence models for turbomachinery book transportation (SST), as well as v 2 - f. In this paper, five common turbulence models were selected to predict the attached separation flow in an experiment-studied planar diffuser with the software FLUENT.

The capabilities of the detached eddy simulation (DES) and the unsteady Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes (URANS) versions of the k-ω model in predicting the turbulent flow field in a two-pass internal cooling duct with normal ribs is presented.

The flow is dominated by the separation and reattachment of shear layers; unsteady vorticity induced secondary flows and strong streamline. A comparative study of two transition zone models was carried out to assess their ability to simulate boundary layer laminar-turbulent transition.

Transition modeling is based on the use of an algebraic equation for the intermittency distribution. The crucial difference between the models lies in the nondimensional breakdown rate formulation. The optimization process includes the representation of the airfoil geometry, the generation of the grid for a blade-to-blade computational fluid dynamics analysis, and a two-dimensional Navier-Stokes solver with a low-Re k-ε turbulence model in order to evaluate the performance.

Some interesting aspects, for example, a double shock system, an. Turbulence modeling is the construction and use of a mathematical model to predict the effects of ent flows are commonplace in most real life scenarios, including the flow of blood through the cardiovascular system, the airflow over an aircraft wing, the re-entry of space vehicles, besides others.

In spite of decades of research, there is no analytical theory to predict the. Numerical simulations were done by using the AKN k-e turbulence model to reveal the detailed turbulent flow and heat transfer characteristics. The experiments indicate that the miniature W-ribbed pass has significantly enhanced total heat transfer by a factor of up to   The commonly used turbulence models are K-εpsilon, K-omega, Spalart Allmaras etc.

Variation in turbulence model effectively influences the result of analysis. Here a comparative study is represented to show the effect of different turbulence models for a 2-D flow analysis over a National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) airfoil Future Aspects and Developments for Advanced CO 2-Free Power Station Technologies.

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Volume 2B: Turbomachinery. Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. June 26–30,   “The SST k-omega model is an enhancement of the original k-omega model and addresses some specific flaws of the base model, such as the sensitivity to freestream turbulence levels,” explained Malan. “It has the advantage that it can be applied to the viscous-affected region without further modification, which is one reason it has become a.

models. However, current commonly used turbulence models perform relatively poorly in predicting certain types of turbomachinery flows, especially in flows experiencing transition and rotation. For example, the widely used k-E turbulence model always underpredicts the transition. Today’ s turbulence models can be.

A comparative study of pressure coefficient (c p) distribution was carried out at three positions along the blade span at near hub 32% R, mid-span 60% R and near tip 92% R.

A k–ε turbulence model has been applied first using the commercial code to investigate the gas flow. Due to the nature of cyclone flows, which exhibit highly curved streamlines and anisotropic turbulence, advanced turbulence models such as Reynolds stress model (RSM) and large eddy simulation (LES) have been used as well.

A comparative study of cavitation models in a Venturi flow. aerospace, power systems and turbomachinery. The cavitation development may be the origin of several negative effects, such as noise, vibrations, performance alterations, erosion and structural damages.

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Our knowledge of river hydraulics is becoming deeper and deeper, thanks to both laboratory/field experiments related to the characteristics of turbulence and their link to the erosion, transport, deposition, and local scouring phenomena. A comparative study of four low-Reynolds-number k - ε turbulence models for periodic fully developed duct flow and heat transfer 21 January | Numerical Heat.

Comparative study of the continuous phase flow in a cyclone separator using different turbulence models Article in International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 48(11) - HFC a was used as the working fluid.

The thermodynamic and transport properties of the refrigerant gas were modeled by the Martin-Hou equation of state and power laws respectively. The three-dimensional flow field was simulated with a Navier-Stokes solver using the k-ε turbulence model.

The overall performance parameters are obtained by. A comparative study between a conventional- and leading edge grooved (LEG) tilting pad journal bearing (TPJB) segment is performed. The developed model uses the Shear Stress Transport (SST) turbulence model, coupled with the energy equation and a partial differential equation for the fluid domain mesh displacement to predict the thermal flow characteristics.

A comparative study between two reduced order emissions prediction models was then carried out: a CFD post-processing technique for NO x emissions calculations and a hybrid CFD-CRN approach were explored. Due to the coupling between accurate turbulence-chemistry interaction modelling and the ability to handle detailed chemistry, the hybrid CFD.

Stress Transport Models (RSTM) is currently still in a development stage, present efforts try to adopt a more feasible solution. A two-fold strategy is pursued here: While the in-clusion of turbomachinery-specific extensions to two-equation EVM forms the backbone of the turbulence modelling effort, Explicit Algebraic Reynolds Stress Models.

Lav, C, Philip, J, & Sandberg, RD. "A New Data-Driven Turbulence Model Framework for Unsteady Flows Applied to Wall-Jet and Wall-Wake Flows." Proceedings of the ASME Turbo Expo Turbomachinery Technical Conference and Exposition. Volume 2A: Turbomachinery. Phoenix, Arizona, USA. June 17–21, V02AT45A ASME.

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This work addresses the simulation of the flow over NREL S airfoil under a relatively low Reynolds number (Re = 1 × ) using the CFD solvers OpenFoam and ANSYS Fluent.

The flow is simulated using two different transition models, γ−Reθ and k – kL – ω model, and the results are examined against the k – ω SST model without transitional formulations.

A Comparative Study of DES and URANS in a Two-Pass Internal Cooling Duct With Normal Ribs ASME Journal of Turbomachinery,pp. Reassessment of the Scale-Determining Equation for Advanced Turbulence Models, AIAA Journal, Vol. 26 (11), pp. A comparative study of two airfoils at low Reynolds numbers using the transitional unsteady Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes shear-stress transport γ-R e θ model and the ANSYS CFX computational fluid dynamics suite is proposed.

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The experimental results constituted in this systematic investigation are available for download and should serve as a basic data set for future calculations with different turbulence and transition models, thereby shedding some light on the complexity and modeling required for a suitable numerical treatment of the wake-induced transition process.

of the present study to investigate the main principles of turbulence modeling, including examination of the physics of turbulence, closure models, and application to specific flow conditions.

Since turbulent flow calculations usually involve CFD, special emphasis is given to this topic throughout this study. The goal of this study is to compare mainstream Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) with the widely used 1D transient model LedaFlow in their ability to predict riser induced slug flow and to determine if it is relevant for the offshore oil and gas industry to consider making the switch from LedaFlow to CFD.

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8 Performance study of erosion resistance on throttle valve of managed pressure drilling.A numerical study has been performed to compare the overall performance of three transition models when used with an industrial Navier-Stokes solver.

The three models investigated include two experimental correlations and an integrated e N method. Twelve test cases in realistic turbomachinery flow conditions have been calculated.In the present study the flow in an exhaust diffuser (Reynolds number 1.

5 × 10 6 with twice the channel height and the mean inlet velocity resulting in an inlet Mach number ) is examined with unsteady RANS (URANS) simulations with the hybrid Scale Adaptive Simulation (SAS) model. The SAS model switches from URANS to a Large Eddy Simulation.