By D. S. Henningson (auth.), Professor Dr. Hans-Hermann Fernholz, Professor Dr. Heinrich E. Fiedler (eds.)
The moment ecu Turbulence convention was once held on the Technische Univer sitat Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany, from August thirtieth to September 2d 1988 below the auspices of the ecu Mechanics Committee. It was once primar ily dedicated to basic facets of turbulence, and geared toward bringing jointly engineers, physicists, and mathematicians. The medical committee - serving additionally as Sub-committee of the ecu Turbulence convention - consisted of the subsequent participants: G. Comte-Bellot (Lyon), H.-H. Fernholz and H.E. Fiedler (both from Berlin) as co-chairmen of the convention, U. Frisch (Nice), J.C.R. Hunt (Cambridge), E. Krause (Aachen), M. Landahl (Stockholm), A.M. Obukhov (Moscow), and G. Ooms (Amsterdam). The convention programme comprised 6 invited lectures and ninety four contributions, offered both orally or at poster periods. there have been one hundred sixty five members from 18 nations. All papers released in those convention complaints have been, apart from the invited ones, back refereed via the participants of the medical committee. the most examine subject matters mentioned at this assembly have been balance and gener ation of turbulence, results of rotation, stratification and buoyancy forces, novel instrumentation, manipulation and keep an eye on, boundary layers with separation and reattachment, computing device simulation, turbulent diffusion, photo research and circulate visualization, vorticity dynamics and turbulence, and large-scale constructions. now we have taken the freedom of regrouping a few papers following the submitted ultimate types for this quantity. Authors may well hence locate their paper below a special heading from that during the convention programme.
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We changed the boundary values for each 5 time steps. The computation time was 7 or 10 hours for each case using NEC SX-2 at iCFD, Tokyo. 3. 1 Coplanar Vortex Ring Pair We consider two situations at different Reynolds numbers initialized with vorticity distributions for a coplanar pair of circular vortex rings propagating along axes parallel to the z-axis. 0. 1, and the resulting Reynolds number r Iv is 628. 0). 8. 0). 0 in each direction. The solutions for the two coplanar vortex ring pairs are respectively displayed in Fig.
T=6 T=6 T=9 •W T=12 a) iso-surface of constant vorticity magnitude b) typical vortex lines in the vortex rings T=9 Fig 1. Motion and decay of two vortex rings moving along parallel axes at Reynolds number Re = 628, predicted by numerical solution of the N avier-Stokes equations. 53 x ~Y T=4 T=12 a) iso-surface of constant vorticity magnitude (25% and 50% of the maximum value) b) typical vortex lines in the vortex rings c) (75% of maximum value) iso-surface of constant vorticity magnitude at t=6 Fig 2.
Examples of identified structures are marked by arrows in Figure I. CONSTRUCTION OF MPS Histograms of the number of structures present within each spot were constructed for the total number of spots at three values of Xs and several distances from the wall. These histograms show a distinct peak, which typically contains between 25% to 35% of the entire sampled spot population, at each Xs . This peak identifies Np , the most probable number of structures in the MPS. At a given location, identical Np was determined from either y-array or x-array data, thus providing a useful consistency check of the detection procedure.
Advances in Turbulence 2: Proceedings of the Second European Turbulence Conference, Berlin, August 30 – September 2, 1988 by D. S. Henningson (auth.), Professor Dr. Hans-Hermann Fernholz, Professor Dr. Heinrich E. Fiedler (eds.)