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Qu, L., Norberg, C., Davidson, L., Peng, S. och Wang, F. (2013) *Quantitative numerical analysis of flow past a circular cylinder at Reynolds number between 50 and 200*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Qu2013,

author={Qu, L. X. and Norberg, C. and Davidson, Lars and Peng, Shia-Hui and Wang, F. J.},

title={Quantitative numerical analysis of flow past a circular cylinder at Reynolds number between 50 and 200},

journal={Journal of Fluids and Structures},

issn={0889-9746},

volume={39},

pages={347-370},

abstract={ Results of numerical simulations are presented for flow past a stationary circular cylinder at low Reynolds numbers (Re=50-200). The simulations were carried out using a finite-volume code employing a fractional step method with second-order accuracy in both space and time. A sensitivity study on numerical parameters concerning the domain size, grid independence and time step resolution was carried out in detail for Re=100. Global time-averaged results on force coefficients, non-dimensional velocities and pressures, including their corresponding r.m.s. values, as well as various quantities related to the separation and vortex shedding characteristics are presented. A non-monotonous streamwise velocity recovery in the intermediate wake is observed for Re > 50, a phenomenon that has been grossly overlooked in the past. There are two plateaus along the wake centerline, in particular for Re=200. The first, which is the most distinct, ranges from about x=9 to x=16 at a wake deficit velocity of 0.38, x being counted in diameters behind the cylinder axis; the second one appears from x=25 to x=28 at a wake deficit velocity of 0.54. This phenomenon seems to be related to an associated change-over in the orientation of the von Karman vortices and the merging trends, especially for Re=200 beyond x=25, as observed from instantaneous vorticity fields. Three-dimensional simulations using spanwise lengths of 10 and 12 (diameters) were carried out at Re=200. After a long initial phase with regular three-dimensional mode A flow features increasing very slowly in amplitude, the flow went into a state with distinct pulsating forces acting on the cylinder, the pulsations being seemingly randomly localized across the cylinder span. In this second, much more chaotic, flow state, the time-averaged results were in agreement with previous experiments and with parts of previous numerical studies.},

year={2013},

keywords={Circular cylinder, Incompressible flow, Numerical simulation, Low Reynolds number, Vortex shedding, wake transition, vortex dislocations, physical analysis, fluctuating, lift, square cylinder, laminar-flow, aspect-ratio, shear-flow, far wake, simulation },

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 180053

A1 Qu, L. X.

A1 Norberg, C.

A1 Davidson, Lars

A1 Peng, Shia-Hui

A1 Wang, F. J.

T1 Quantitative numerical analysis of flow past a circular cylinder at Reynolds number between 50 and 200

YR 2013

JF Journal of Fluids and Structures

SN 0889-9746

VO 39

SP 347

OP 370

AB Results of numerical simulations are presented for flow past a stationary circular cylinder at low Reynolds numbers (Re=50-200). The simulations were carried out using a finite-volume code employing a fractional step method with second-order accuracy in both space and time. A sensitivity study on numerical parameters concerning the domain size, grid independence and time step resolution was carried out in detail for Re=100. Global time-averaged results on force coefficients, non-dimensional velocities and pressures, including their corresponding r.m.s. values, as well as various quantities related to the separation and vortex shedding characteristics are presented. A non-monotonous streamwise velocity recovery in the intermediate wake is observed for Re > 50, a phenomenon that has been grossly overlooked in the past. There are two plateaus along the wake centerline, in particular for Re=200. The first, which is the most distinct, ranges from about x=9 to x=16 at a wake deficit velocity of 0.38, x being counted in diameters behind the cylinder axis; the second one appears from x=25 to x=28 at a wake deficit velocity of 0.54. This phenomenon seems to be related to an associated change-over in the orientation of the von Karman vortices and the merging trends, especially for Re=200 beyond x=25, as observed from instantaneous vorticity fields. Three-dimensional simulations using spanwise lengths of 10 and 12 (diameters) were carried out at Re=200. After a long initial phase with regular three-dimensional mode A flow features increasing very slowly in amplitude, the flow went into a state with distinct pulsating forces acting on the cylinder, the pulsations being seemingly randomly localized across the cylinder span. In this second, much more chaotic, flow state, the time-averaged results were in agreement with previous experiments and with parts of previous numerical studies.

LA eng

DO 10.1016/j.jfluidstructs.2013.02.007

LK http://publications.lib.chalmers.se/records/fulltext/180053/local_180053.pdf

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jfluidstructs.2013.02.007

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