J N Reddy's An Introduction to the Finite Element Method, 3rd Edition PDF
By J N Reddy
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30 Multiscale and Multiresolution Approaches in Turbulence in the cycle of the T-periodic motion. The component / in Eq. 25) is then /=(/)-/• (2-27) Two useful properties that follow from these definitions are given below: '} = 0 _ JfTf = Jf = 0- (2-28) (2-29) The first relation indicates that the random fluctuation has zero mean at constant phase. The last relation states that the organized and turbulent motions are uncorrelated. Nevertheless, the use of decomposition given by Eq. 8) into the Navier-Stokes equations yields to non-closed system of equations.
2), and using the property / ' = / — / . The following set of equations is then obtained for the unresolved field: V • u' = Ax d —u' + V • (u' ® u' + u' ® u + u
5) in which no assumption was carried out about the nature of the scale separation operator J-. This remark motivates the development of a coupling between these two approaches and the definition of some new hybrid strategies combining the advantages of both of them. Such approaches will be detailed in Chapters 7 and 8. 5 Multilevel/Multiresolution Methods This section presents the general framework of multilevel methods, in the case of a hierarchical decomposition. The hierarchical terms refers to a procedure by which some some coarser and coarser levels of resolution will be obtained by successive applications of some scale separation operators 36 Multiscale and Multiresolution Approaches in Turbulence on the original aerodynamic field.
An Introduction to the Finite Element Method, 3rd Edition by J N Reddy