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Analysis of the K-Epsilon Turbulence Model: Research in Applied Mathematics

B. Mohammadi and O. Pironneau

Centered around the k- model, it also deals with other models such as one equation models, subgrid scale models and Reynolds Stress models.

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Format: Paperback, English, 212 pages
ISBN: 0471944602
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Pub. Date: 1994
Edition: 1

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Aimed at applied mathematicians interested in the numerical simulation of turbulent flows. Centered around the k- model, it also deals with other models such as one equation models, subgrid scale models and Reynolds Stress models. Presents the k- method for turbulence in a language familiar to applied mathematicians, but has none of the technicalities of turbulence theory.


Table of Contents

The Navier-Stokes Equations

INCOMPRESSIBLE FLUIDS
Homogeneous Incompressible Turbulence
Reynolds Hypothesis
The k- Model
Mathematical Analysis and Approximation
Other Models Beyond k-

COMPRESSIBLE FLUIDS
Numerical Simulation of Compressible Flows
Compressible Reynolds Equations
Numerical Tools for Compressible k-epsilon
Numerical Results and Extensions

CONVECTION OF MICRO-STRUCTURES
Mathematical Methods for Turbulent Transport
Derivation of a Two Equations Model by Multiple Scales
Expansion

Reference
Appendix
Index


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Turbulence Modeling


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