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|Title:||Dynamic mode decomposition of high reynolds number supersonic jet flows|
|Abstract:||Current design constraints have encouraged the studies of aeroacoustic fields around compressible jet flows. The present work addresses the numerical study of unsteady turbulent jet flows as a preparation for future aeroacoustic analyses of main engine rocket plumes. An in-house large eddy simulation tool is used in order to reproduce high fidelity results of compressible jet flows. The large eddy simulation formulation is written using a second order numerical scheme for a finite difference spatial discretization. Numerical simulations of perfectly expanded jets are performed and the results are compared to the literature. Dynamic mode decompositions (DMD) of the jet flow, using large size three-dimensional snapshots, are performed. Three variables are analyzed, namely, the velocity magnitude, the vorticity magnitude and the divergence of velocity. In particular, two frequencies are identified and they are linked to flow structures observed in experiments performed by other authors in the literature. The spatial shapes of the corresponding dynamic modes are also discussed.|
|Subject:||Numero de Reynolds|
|Editor:||American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics|
|Appears in Collections:||FEM - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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