# Proceedings of the 1996 Summer Program

### MODELING

- Overview
- Non-linear k-epsilon-v
^{2}modeling with application to high-lift.

*F. S. Lien and P. A. Durbin* - Application of the k-epsilon-v
^{2}model to multi-component airfoils.

*G. Iaccarino and P. A. Durbin* - A new approach to turbulence modeling.[click here for pdf version]

*B. Perot and P. Moin* - Second moment closure analysis of the backstep flow database.

*S. Parneix, D. Laurence and P. Durbin* - On modeling pressure diffusion in non-homogeneous shear flows.

*A. O. Demuren, M. M. Rogers, P. Durbin and S. K. Lele* - Prediction of the backflow and recovery regions in the backward facing step at various Reynolds numbers.

*V. Michelassi, P. A. Durbin and N. N. Mansour*

### COMBUSTION

- Overview
- A-priori testing of sub-grid models for chemically reacting nonpremixed turbulent shear flows.

*J. Jimenez, A. Linan, M. M. Rogers and F. J. Higuera* - Turbulent flame propagation in partially premixed flames.

*T. Poinsot, D. Veynante, A. Trouve and G. Ruetsch* - A dynamic subgrid-scale model for LES of the G-equation.

*A. Bourlioux, H. G. Im and J. H. Ferziger* - A new methodology to determine kinetic parameters for one- and two-step chemical models.

*T. Mantel, F. N. Egolfopoulos and C. T. Bowman* - Evaluation of joint probability density function models for turbulent nonpremixed combustion with complex chemistry.

*N. S. A. Smith, S. M. Frolov and C. T. Bowman* - Effect of chemistry and turbulence on NO formation in oxygen-natural gas flames.

*J.-M. Samaniego, F. N. Egolfopoulos and C. T. Bowman* - Asymptotic solution of the turbulent mixing layer for velocity ratio close to unity.

*F. J. Higuera, J. Jimenez and A. Linan* - The effects of complex chemistry on triple flames.

*T. Echekki and J. H. Chen*

### LARGE EDDY SIMULATION

- Overview
- Ensemble averaged dynamic modeling.

*D. Carati, A. Wray and W. Cabot* - Anisotropic eddy viscosity models.

*D. Carati and W. Cabot* - Dynamic Smagorinsky model on anisotropic grids.

*A. Scotti, C. Meneveau, and M. Fatica* - Dynamic model with scale-dependent coefficients in the viscous range.

*C. Meneveau and T. S. Lund* - The incremental unknowns - multilevel scheme for the simulation of turbulent channel flows.

*M. Chen, H. Choi, T. Dubois, J. Shen and R. Temam* - A priori testing of subgrid-scale models for the velocity-pressure and vorticity-velocity formulations.

*G. S. Winckelmans, T. S. Lund, D. Carati and A. A. Wray* - LES on unstructured deforming meshes: towards reciprocating IC engines.

*D. C. Haworth and K. Jansen* - Large eddy simulation of a backward facing step flow using a least squares spectral element method.

*D. C. Chan and R. Mittal* - Evaluation of a vortex-based subgrid stress model using DNS databases.

*A. Misra and T. S. Lund*

### CONTROL, STRUCTURES, AND HYDROACOUSTICS

- Overview
- Hydroacoustic forcing function modeling using DNS database.

*I. Zawadzki, J. L. Gershfeld, Y. Na and M. Wang* - A study of the turbulence structures of wall-bounded shear flows.

*M. S. Chong, J. Soria, A. E. Perry, J. Chacin, Y. Na and B. J. Cantwell* - Optimal and robust control of transition.

*T. R. Bewley and R. Agarwal* - Simulation and modeling of the elliptic streamline flow.

*G. A. Blaisdell and K. Shariff* - Drag reduction in turbulent MHD pipe flows.

*P. Orlandi*