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15th ERCOFTAC SIG15 Workshop on Turbulence Modelling

15th ERCOFTAC SIG15 Workshop on Turbulence Modelling, October 2011

EDF at Chatou, France

17 - 18 October 2011 

    Organizers: Remi Manceau and Sofiane Benhamadouche

    Test Cases:

    SIG15 Case 15.1: Flow and heat transfer in a suddenly expanded pipe. Exp.: Baughn et al. (1984, 1989)

    Baughn, J.W., Hoffman, M.A., Takahashi, R.K. and Launder, B.E. (1984) ‘Local Heat Transfer Downstream of an Abrupt Expansion in a Circular Channel with Constant Wall Heat Flux’, ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 106, pp. 789 - 796.

    Baughn, J.W., Hoffman, M.A., Launder, B.E., Lee, D. and Yap, C. (1989) ‘Heat Transfer, Temperature, and Velocity Measurements Downstream of an Abrupt Expansion in a Tube at a Uniform Wall Temperature’, ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 111, pp. 870 - 876.

     

    SIG15 Case 15.2: Flow and heat transfer in a pinned passage (channel with a wall-bounded staggered pin matrix), Exp. Ames et al. (2005, 2006, 2007)

    Ames, F. E., Dvorak, L.A. and Morrow, M.J. (2005): Turbulent augmentation of internal convection over pins in staggered pin-fin arrays. ASME J. of Turbomachinery, Vol. 127, pp. 183-190.

    Ames, F.E. and Dvorak, L.A. (2006): Turbulent Transport in Pin-Fin Arrays: Experimental Data and Predictions. ASME J. of Turbomachinery, Vol. 128, pp. 71-81

    Ames, F.E., Nordquist, C.A. and Dvorak L.A. (2007): Endwall heat transfer measurements in a staggered pin-fin array with an adiabatic pin. Proc. GT2007 ASME Turbo Expo 2007: May 14-17, Montreal, Ca.

     

    SIG15 Case 15.3: Thermal mixing in a T-junction. Exp.: Hirata et al. (2010)

    Hirata, M., Mohri, E., Asano, H. and Goto, H. (2010): Experimental study of turbulent mixing process in cross-flow type T-junction. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow,  Vol. 31, pp. 776–784

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