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*Type: Numerical*

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The test case is relevant for studying near-wall or/and subgrid-scale modelling in LES in the presence of separation and reattachement.

The geometry retains the shape of the hill defined by Almeida (See below). As the true periodicity of the experiment was in question during the 1995 ERCOFTAC/IAHR workshop, no reliable experimental data is available. So, the rest of the configuration has been modified for computing cost reasons.

The geometrical parameters are:

- Hill height:
*h*= 28 mm - Hill crests are separated by:
*Lx*= 9h - Channel height:
*Ly*= 3.035*h*

- Reynolds number:
*Ubh/ nu*= 10 595. The Reynolds number is based on the bulk velocity,*Ub*, taken at the crest of the first hill, the hill height*h*and laminar viscosity*nu*. - The flow is periodic in the streamwise direction.
- The spanwise width of the LES computation is 4.5
*h*.

The reference data can be found at:

Almeida et al. 1993 Wake flows behind two-dimensional model hills Accurate geometry specification, x ranges from 0. to 54. (spline going through the following measured points:

0. 28.0

9.0 27.0

14.0 24.0

20.0 19.0

30.0 11.0

40.0 4.0

54.0 0.0)

Between x=0. and x=9. h(x)=min(28., 2.800000000000E+01 +0.000000000000E+00*x +6.775070969851E-03*x^2 -2.124527775800E-03*x^3 ) Between x=9. and x=14. h(x)= 2.507355893131E+01 +9.754803562315E-01*x -1.016116352781E-01*x^2 +1.889794677828E-03*x^3

Between x=14. and x=20. h(x)= 2.579601052357E+01 +8.206693007457E-01*x -9.055370274339E-02*x^2 +1.626510569859E-03*x^3

Between x=20. and x=30. h(x)= 4.046435022819E+01 -1.379581654948E+00*x +1.945884504128E-02*x^2 -2.070318932190E-04*x^3

Between x=30. and x=40. h(x)= 1.792461334664E+01 +8.743920332081E-01*x -5.567361123058E-02*x^2 +6.277731764683E-04*x^3

Between x=40. and x=54. h(x)=max(0., 5.639011190988E+01 -2.010520359035E+00*x 1.644919857549E-02*x^2 +2.674976141766E-05*x^3 )

- LES Streamlines:

- Mellen, Frohlich, Rodi , 2000, Large Eddy Simulation of the flow over periodic hills, 16th IMACS World Congress , Lausanne.
- Temmerman, Leschziner , 2001, Large Eddy Simulation of separated flow in a streamwise periodic channel construction, Int. Symp. on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, Stockholm, June 27-29.
- Jang, Temmerman, Leschziner, 2001, Investigation of anisotropy-resolving turbulence models by reference to highly resolved LES data for separated flow, ECCOMAS Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference, Swansea, September 4-7.
- Froehlich, Mellen, Rodi, Temmerman and Leschziner (2005) Highly resolved large-eddy simulation of separated flow in a channel with streamwise periodic constrictions . Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 526, pp. 19-66
- Breuer, Peller, Rapp and Manhart (2009) Flow over periodic hills – Numerical and experimental study in a wide range of Reynolds numbers . Computers and Fluids, Vol. 38, pp. 433-457

Code | Version | Author | Restrictions |
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Code_Saturne |
1.3.2 |
Juan Uribe | Main.None |

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Topic revision: r12 - 2010-07-02 - 15:21:17 - DominiqueLaurence

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