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The main idea is to emulate 41 R. ), Advances in Turbulence V, 41-46. © 1995 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 42 the dynamical separation between large scales, where most kinetic energy is contained, from small ones, where dissipation takes place [4]. The present work compares the statistical results of two numerical simulations of 3-D homogeneous turbulence. 005 (DNS). The simulations are based on the Fourier spectral representation of the N avierStokes equations where the pseudospectral numerical method is used to accurately resolve the equations on a regular grid and in a periodic box.

The Germano model yielded a stronger dynamical behaviour. Acknowledgements This work was sponsored by the National Computing Facilities Foundation, NCF for the use of supercomputer facilities, with financial support from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, NWO. References 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. M. M. A. van Steenhoven, and Nieuwstadt. Direct and large-eddy simulation oftransient buoyant plumes: A comparison with an experiment. R. Voke, L. P. Chollet, editors, Direct and Large-Eddy Simulation I, pages 399-410.

The curves are normalized SUell that the energy of the (1,1) mode at inflow is set to unity. heir correct. inflow value. Figure 4 shows the the development. , Tw is the time and spanwise averaged wall shear stress). It is evident that the simulation captures the complete transition process, all the way into the turbulent regime. tive to the laminar value. The subsequent rapid increase of the frictioll coincifles with the latter part of the growth for the (0, ±2) modes. h. We can now ill the light of these findings and previous investigations identify three stages of oblique transition: Initial non-linear generation of a streamwise vortex by the two oblique waves.

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