Implicit large eddy simulation of ship airwakes

Show simple item record Thornber, Ben - Starr, M. - Drikakis, Dimitris - 2012-03-22T23:01:08Z 2012-03-22T23:01:08Z 2010-12-31T00:00:00Z -
dc.identifier.citation Thornber B, Starr M, Drikakis D., 2010, Implicit large eddy simulation of ship airwakes, Aeronautical Journal, Volume 114, Issue 1162, pp. 715-736
dc.identifier.issn 0001-9240 -
dc.description.abstract Implicit large eddy simulations (ILES) of two different Royal Navy ships have been conducted as part of the UK Ship/Air Interface Frame-work project using a recently developed very high order accuracy numerical method. Time-accurate CFD data for fourteen flow angles was produced to incorporate into flight simulators for definition of safe helicopter operating limits (SHOLs). This paper discusses the flow phenomenology for the different wind directions and where possible reports on the validation of the ILES results for mean and fluctuating velocity components and spectra against experimental data. en_UK
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dc.publisher Royal Aeronautical Society en_UK
dc.subject high-resolution methods richtmyer-meshkov instability rayleigh-taylor instability reynolds-number flows numerical-simulation compressible flows wing flow turbulence database scheme en_UK
dc.title Implicit large eddy simulation of ship airwakes en_UK
dc.type Article -

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