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Dynamic Multilevel Methods and the Numerical Simulation of Turbulence - Thierry Dubois

Dynamic Multilevel Methods and the Numerical Simulation of Turbulence

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Published: 13th January 1999
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This 1999 book describes the implementation of multilevel methods for the numerical simulation of turbulent flows. The general ideas for the algorithms presented stem from dynamical systems theory and are based on the decomposition of the unknown function into two or more arrays corresponding to different scales in the Fourier space. Before describing in detail the numerical algorithm, survey chapters are included on the mathematical theory of the Navier-Stokes equations and on the physics of the conventional theory of turbulence. The multilevel methods are applied here to the simulation of homogeneous isotropic turbulent flows as well as turbulent channel flows. The implementation issues are discussed in detail and numerical simulations of the flows cited above are presented and analysed. The methods have been applied in the context of the direct numerical simulation and are therefore compared to such simulations.

"The authors have performed extensive research in this area and the book is a good source of the state of art in this methodology" Mathematics of Computation "The book is very interesting and contains a wealth of information, new concepts and results, and good reviews of classical theories in a total of 10 chapters." Siam Review "The book is written in a clear and formal mathematical language. It presents an excellent overview of all basic aspects of turbulence modelling and simulation, and a thorough description of existing DML methods." Mathematical Reviews

The Navier-Stokes equations and their mathematical background
The physics of turbulent flows
Computational methods for the direct simulation of turbulence
Direct numerical simulation (DNS) versus turbulence modeling
Long time behavior attractors and their approximation
Separation of scales in turbulence
Numerical analysis of multilevel methods
Dynamic multilevel methodologies
Computational implementation of the dynamic multilevel (DML) methods
Numerical results
Conclusion
References
Figures
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ISBN: 9780521621656
ISBN-10: 0521621658
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 312
Published: 13th January 1999
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.8 x 15.2  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.63
Edition Number: 2