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The DSpace digital repository system captures, stores, indexes, preserves, and distributes digital research material.Thu, 22 Feb 2024 20:54:22 GMT2024-02-22T20:54:22ZRecent Progress in High-Order Residual-Based Compact Schemes for Compressible Flow Simulations: Toward Scale-Resolving Simulations and Complex Geometries
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/15375
Recent Progress in High-Order Residual-Based Compact Schemes for Compressible Flow Simulations: Toward Scale-Resolving Simulations and Complex Geometries
CINNELLA, Paola; GRIMICH, Karim; LERAT, Alain; OUTTIER, P. Y.
Recent developments about the extension of high-order Residual-Based Compact schemes to unsteady flows and complex configurations are discussed, with application to scale-resolving simulations and complex turbomachinery flows.
Thu, 01 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/153752015-01-01T00:00:00ZCINNELLA, PaolaGRIMICH, KarimLERAT, AlainOUTTIER, P. Y.Recent developments about the extension of high-order Residual-Based Compact schemes to unsteady flows and complex configurations are discussed, with application to scale-resolving simulations and complex turbomachinery flows.An efficient high-order compact scheme for the unsteady compressible Euler and Navier–Stokes equations
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/18921
An efficient high-order compact scheme for the unsteady compressible Euler and Navier–Stokes equations
LERAT, Alain
Residual-Based Compact (RBC) schemes approximate the 3-D compressible Euler equations with a 5th- or 7th-order accuracy on a 5 × 5 × 5-point stencil and capture shocks pretty well without correction. For unsteady flows however, they require a costly algebra to extract the time-derivative occurring at several places in the scheme. A new high-order time formulation has been recently proposed [13] for simplifying the RBC schemes and increasing their temporal accuracy. The present paper goes much further in this direction and deeply reconsiders the method. An avatar of the RBC schemes is presented that greatly reduces the computing time and the memory requirements while keeping the same type of successful numerical dissipation. Two and three-dimensional linear stability are analyzed and the method is extended to the 3-D compressible Navier–Stokes equations. The new compact scheme is validated for several unsteady problems in two and three dimension. In particular, an accurate DNS at moderate cost is presented for the evolution of the Taylor– Green Vortex at Reynolds 1600 and Prandtl 0.71. The effects of the mesh size and of the accuracy order in the approximation of Euler and viscous terms are discussed.
Fri, 01 Jan 2016 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/189212016-01-01T00:00:00ZLERAT, AlainResidual-Based Compact (RBC) schemes approximate the 3-D compressible Euler equations with a 5th- or 7th-order accuracy on a 5 × 5 × 5-point stencil and capture shocks pretty well without correction. For unsteady flows however, they require a costly algebra to extract the time-derivative occurring at several places in the scheme. A new high-order time formulation has been recently proposed [13] for simplifying the RBC schemes and increasing their temporal accuracy. The present paper goes much further in this direction and deeply reconsiders the method. An avatar of the RBC schemes is presented that greatly reduces the computing time and the memory requirements while keeping the same type of successful numerical dissipation. Two and three-dimensional linear stability are analyzed and the method is extended to the 3-D compressible Navier–Stokes equations. The new compact scheme is validated for several unsteady problems in two and three dimension. In particular, an accurate DNS at moderate cost is presented for the evolution of the Taylor– Green Vortex at Reynolds 1600 and Prandtl 0.71. The effects of the mesh size and of the accuracy order in the approximation of Euler and viscous terms are discussed.A high-order time formulation of the RBC schemes for unsteady compressible Euler equations
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/18920
A high-order time formulation of the RBC schemes for unsteady compressible Euler equations
LERAT, Alain
Residual-Based Compact (RBC) schemes can approximate the compressible Euler equations with a high space-accuracy on a very compact stencil. For instance on a 2-D Cartesian mesh, the 5th and 7th-order accuracy can be reached on a 5x5-point stencil. The time integration of the RBC schemes uses a fully implicit method of 2nd-order accuracy (Gear method) usually solved by a dual-time approach. This method is efficient for computing compressible flows in slow unsteady regimes, but for quick unsteady flows, it may be costly and not accurate enough. A new time-formulation is proposed in the present paper. Unusually, in a RBC scheme the time derivative occurs, through linear discrete operators due to compactness, not only in the main residual but also in the other two residuals (in 2-D) involved in the numerical dissipation. To extract the time derivative, a space-factorization method which preserves the high accuracy in space is developed for reducing the algebra to the direct solution of simple linear systems on the mesh lines. Then a time-integration of high accuracy is selected for the RBC schemes by comparing the efficiency of four classes of explicit methods. The new time-formulation is validated for the diagonal advection of a Gaussian shape, the rotation of a hump, the advection of a vortex for a long time and the interaction of a vortex with a shock.
Thu, 01 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/189202015-01-01T00:00:00ZLERAT, AlainResidual-Based Compact (RBC) schemes can approximate the compressible Euler equations with a high space-accuracy on a very compact stencil. For instance on a 2-D Cartesian mesh, the 5th and 7th-order accuracy can be reached on a 5x5-point stencil. The time integration of the RBC schemes uses a fully implicit method of 2nd-order accuracy (Gear method) usually solved by a dual-time approach. This method is efficient for computing compressible flows in slow unsteady regimes, but for quick unsteady flows, it may be costly and not accurate enough. A new time-formulation is proposed in the present paper. Unusually, in a RBC scheme the time derivative occurs, through linear discrete operators due to compactness, not only in the main residual but also in the other two residuals (in 2-D) involved in the numerical dissipation. To extract the time derivative, a space-factorization method which preserves the high accuracy in space is developed for reducing the algebra to the direct solution of simple linear systems on the mesh lines. Then a time-integration of high accuracy is selected for the RBC schemes by comparing the efficiency of four classes of explicit methods. The new time-formulation is validated for the diagonal advection of a Gaussian shape, the rotation of a hump, the advection of a vortex for a long time and the interaction of a vortex with a shock.