Drag Reduction via Phase Randomization in Turbulent Pipe Flow

2015-09-18
Tugluk, Ozan
Tarman, Hakan I.
In this study, possibility of reducing drag in turbulent pipe flow via phase randomization is investigated. Phase randomization is a passive drag reduction mechanism, the main idea behind which is, reduction in drag can be obtained via distrupting the wave-like structures present in the flow. To facilitate the investigation flow in a circular cylindrical pipe is simulated numerically. DNS (direct numerical simulation) approach is used with a solenoidal spectral formulation, hence the continuity equation is automatically satisfied (Tugluk and Tarman, Acta Mech 223(5): 921-935, 2012). Simulations are performed for flow driven by a constant mass flux, at a bulk Reynolds number (Re) of 4900. Legendre polynomials are used in constructing the solenoidal basis functions employed in the numerical method.
European Conference on Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications (ENUMATH)

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Citation Formats
O. Tugluk and H. I. Tarman, “Drag Reduction via Phase Randomization in Turbulent Pipe Flow,” METU, Ankara Turkey, 2015, vol. 112, p. 463, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/65161.