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Introductory books on Large Eddy Simulation
hi,
does anyone know good introductory books to large eddy simulation? it would be quite good, if that book also contains some examples. i know the basic principles of LES, but still have no idea about the details (e.g. how to filter the navier-stokes-equations with numerical methods, and so on). most books i found just explained the principles without any examples, and some of them were rather written for experts. hope someone can help me. thanks a lot! |

Re: Introductory books on Large Eddy Simulation
hi, u can get some info from following site http://www.glue.umd.edu/~ugo/research/publications.html
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Re: Introductory books on Large Eddy Simulation
P. Saugat, "Introduction to LES of Incompressible flows" Springer-Verlag April'2001.
It is a decent book for the begineers and contains a lot of higher level stuff too (that does not mean that begineers can't understand it).... Although I would still suggest the journal papers to be the starting point if you want to be a researcher in this area Bye Mayank |

hihi, i know this thread is around 15 year old. A lot of development has been done during this time. Recently, my friend recommended me this book
"Turbulence in Fluids" Authors: Lesieur, Marcel http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9781402064340# this book includes all basic information about the development of LES from initial to upto 2008. If anybody know about the more advance book on LES please share information. thanks |

You can find a mathematical perspective of LES in this book
http://www.springer.com/la/book/9783540263166 |

hiThanks FMDenaro, i just checked this book. this book is good for detail study of mathematical perspective of LES.
Again thanks for sharing information. |

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