TY - CONF

T1 - A k-ε- V2 -f model for turbulent flow of dilute polymer solutions up to the maximum drag reduction

AU - Masoudian, M.

AU - Kim, K.

AU - Pinho, F. T.

AU - Sureshkumar, R.

N1 - Funding Information:
Authors thanks the financial support of Funda??o para a Ci?ncia e a Tecnologia (FCT), COMPETE & FEDER via project PTDC/EME-MFE/113589
Funding Information:
Authors thanks the financial support of Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT), COMPETE & FEDER via project PTDC/EME-MFE/113589 References [1] G. Iaccarino, E.S.G. Shaqfeh, Y. Dubief, Reynolds-averaged modeling of polymer drag reduction in turbulent flows, Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 165 (2010) 376–384 [2] F.S. Lien and P. A. Durbin, Non linear κ−ε−v2−f modelling with application to high-lift. In: Proceedings of the Summer Program 1996, Stanford University (1996), pp. 5–22.

PY - 2020

Y1 - 2020

N2 - A k-ε- v2 -f model is developed to model turbulent flow of dilute polymer solutions up to the maximum drag reduction limit, by utilizing the Finitely Extensible Nonlinear Elastic-Peterlin (FENE-P) rheological constitutive model. Eight sets of direct numerical simulation (DNS) data are used to analyze the budgets and the behavior of relevant physical quantities, such as the nonlinear terms in the FENE-P constitutive equation, the turbulent kinetic energy transport equation, the wall normal Reynolds stress transport equation and the solvent dissipation transport equation. Calculated polymer stress, velocity profiles and turbulent flow characteristics are all in good agreement with current, and independent DNS data over a wide range of rheological and flow conditions, and show significant improvements over the corresponding predictions of other existing turbulence models for FENE-P fluids.

AB - A k-ε- v2 -f model is developed to model turbulent flow of dilute polymer solutions up to the maximum drag reduction limit, by utilizing the Finitely Extensible Nonlinear Elastic-Peterlin (FENE-P) rheological constitutive model. Eight sets of direct numerical simulation (DNS) data are used to analyze the budgets and the behavior of relevant physical quantities, such as the nonlinear terms in the FENE-P constitutive equation, the turbulent kinetic energy transport equation, the wall normal Reynolds stress transport equation and the solvent dissipation transport equation. Calculated polymer stress, velocity profiles and turbulent flow characteristics are all in good agreement with current, and independent DNS data over a wide range of rheological and flow conditions, and show significant improvements over the corresponding predictions of other existing turbulence models for FENE-P fluids.

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T2 - 14th European Turbulence Conference, ETC 2013

Y2 - 1 September 2013 through 4 September 2013

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