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Residual stress reconstruction for large-Eddy simulation

Dieter Fauconnier (UGent) and Erik Dick (UGent)
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A modelling technique for Large-Eddy Simulation is presented, in which the residual-stress tensor is reconstructed by applying an optimal convolution operator to the resolved stresses. This convolution operator is defined as a Taylor-series expansion in which the coefficients are determined using a dynamic procedure. The method is evaluated for the 1D Burger’s equation as proof of concept. Promising results are obtained.
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Turbulence modeling, Residual Stress Reconstruction, Large-Eddy Simulation

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MLA
Fauconnier, Dieter, and Erik Dick. “Residual Stress Reconstruction for large-Eddy Simulation.” Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering, Abstracts. Ed. Rob De Staelen & Marian Slodicka. Ghent: Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Ghent University, 2014. 85–86. Print.
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Fauconnier, Dieter, & Dick, E. (2014). Residual stress reconstruction for large-Eddy simulation. In Rob De Staelen & M. Slodicka (Eds.), Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering, Abstracts (pp. 85–86). Presented at the Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering, Ghent: Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Ghent University.
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Fauconnier, Dieter, and Erik Dick. 2014. “Residual Stress Reconstruction for large-Eddy Simulation.” In Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering, Abstracts, ed. Rob De Staelen and Marian Slodicka, 85–86. Ghent: Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Ghent University.
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Fauconnier, Dieter, and Erik Dick. 2014. “Residual Stress Reconstruction for large-Eddy Simulation.” In Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering, Abstracts, ed. Rob De Staelen and Marian Slodicka, 85–86. Ghent: Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Ghent University.
Vancouver
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Fauconnier D, Dick E. Residual stress reconstruction for large-Eddy simulation. In: De Staelen R, Slodicka M, editors. Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering, Abstracts. Ghent: Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Ghent University; 2014. p. 85–6.
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D. Fauconnier and E. Dick, “Residual stress reconstruction for large-Eddy simulation,” in Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering, Abstracts, Gent, Belgium, 2014, pp. 85–86.
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  abstract     = {A modelling technique for Large-Eddy Simulation is presented, in which the residual-stress tensor is reconstructed by applying an optimal convolution operator to the resolved stresses. This convolution operator is defined as a Taylor-series expansion in which the coefficients are determined using a dynamic procedure. The method is evaluated for the 1D Burger’s equation as proof of concept. Promising results are obtained.},
  author       = {Fauconnier, Dieter and Dick, Erik},
  booktitle    = {Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering, Abstracts},
  editor       = {De Staelen, Rob and Slodicka, Marian},
  isbn         = {9789082230901},
  keywords     = {Turbulence modeling,Residual Stress Reconstruction,Large-Eddy Simulation},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Gent, Belgium},
  pages        = {85--86},
  publisher    = {Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Ghent University},
  title        = {Residual stress reconstruction for large-Eddy simulation},
  year         = {2014},
}