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Classical versus Implicit Large Eddy Simulation – Differences, Similarities and Capabilities. ICFD Workshop 14 th September, 2006. Programme. 13.45 ‘Non-linear and implicit LES: Applications and connections’ (P. Tucker)

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classical versus implicit large eddy simulation differences similarities and capabilities

Classical versus Implicit Large Eddy Simulation – Differences, Similarities and Capabilities

ICFD Workshop

14th September, 2006

programme
Programme

13.45 ‘Non-linear and implicit LES: Applications and connections’ (P. Tucker)

14.30 ‘Computing turbulent flow dynamics with implicit LES’ (F. Grinstein)

15.15 ‘Implicit LES of low and high- speed flows using high- resolution, high-order methods’ (D. Drikakis)

16.00 TEA

16.15 Open Forum Discussion

17.00 CLOSE

10.20 Introduction (A. Hutton)

10.30 ‘Grid-independent LES as a pivotal point for computational error assessment’ (B. Geurts)

11.15 ‘A framework to assess and compare LES method variants: A study of the Smagorinsky model’ (J. Meyers)

11.45 ‘LES – Addressing the near-wall problem’ (M. Leschziner)

12.30 LUNCH

open forum discussion classical versus implicit les
Open Forum Discussion – Classical versus Implicit LES
  • Differences – Similarities
    • Common ground – unifying framework even? Or
    • Very little overlap – distinct methods?
  • Capabilities
    • Strengths – Weaknesses
    • Valid areas of application
    • What, if anything, can each community learn from the other
  • What next?
    • Any downstream value in bringing the communities together at a follow-up forum?
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