Shear-layer-adapted delayed detached-eddy simulation of a transonic open cavity flow

Cengiz, Kenan
Open (deep) cavities in aerodynamic structures contain highly turbulent and acoustic flow fields because of the aft wall impingement of the shear-layer that separates from the upstream edge of the geometry. Although delayed detached-eddy simulation is a promising approach for massively separation regions, it could not capture the whole turbulent field due to its major drawback, the delay of transition to large-eddy simulation mode in the shear-layer. This study enhances the results around the separation region with the use of "shear-layer-adapted" length scale from literature which ensures the rapid transition from modeled to resolved mode of delayed detached-eddy simulation.
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Ö. YALÇIN, K. Cengiz, and Y. ÖZYÖRÜK, “Shear-layer-adapted delayed detached-eddy simulation of a transonic open cavity flow,” presented at the 9th Ankara International Aerospace Conference (20 - 22 Eylül 2017), Ankara, Türkiye, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: