# Proceedings of the 2008 Summer Program

### I. HYPERSONICS

- Overview
- Simulation of flows in shock-tube facilities by means of a detailed chemical mechanism for nitrogen excitation and dissociation

*By A. Bourdon, M. Panesi, A. Brandis, T. E. Magin, G. Chaban, W. Huo, R. Jaffe and D. W. Schwenke* - Modeling of reactive plasmas for atmospheric entry flows based on kinetic theory

*B. Graille, T. E. Magin and M. Massot* - Aspects of advanced catalysis modeling for hypersonic flows

*J. Thoemel, O. Chazot and P. Barbante* - Chemical nonequilibrium effects in the wake of a boundary-layer sized object in hypersonic flows

*M. Birrer, C. Stemmer, G. Groskopf and M. Kloker* - Bi-global secondary stability theory for high-speed boundary-layer flows

*G. Groskopf, M. J. Kloker and O. Marxen* - Boundary layer transition in high-speed flow

*P. A. Durbin, J. W. Joo and O. Marxen*

### II. NUMERICAL MODELING AND VERIFICATION

- Overview
- An adaptive local deconvolution model for compressible turbulence

*S. Hickel and J. Larsson* - A comparison of various equal-order interpolation methodologies using the method of manufactured solutions

*S. P. Domino* - Coupling heat transfer solvers and large eddy simulations for combustion applications

*F. Duchaine, S. Mendez, F. Nicoud, A. Corpron, V. Moureau and T. Poinsot* - Object-oriented implementation of the EnVE estimation/forecasting algorithm and its application to high-performance turbulence codes

*T. Bewley, J. Cessna, C. Colburn, F. Ham, G. Iaccarino and Q. Wang*

### III. MULTIPHASE FLOW

- Overview
- A second-order ghost-fluid method for the primary atomization of liquid fuel in air-blast type injectors

*V. Moureau and O. Desjardins* - Thermocapillary motion of deformable drops and bubbles

*M. Herrmann, J. M. Lopez, P. Brady and M. Raessi* - An outline of an LES subgrid model for liquid/gas phase interface dynamics

*M. Herrmann and M. Gorokhovski* - Modeling full-Mach-range cavitating flow with sharp interface model

*X. Y. Hu, N. A. Adams, E. Johnsen and G. Iaccarino* - Modeling requirements for large-eddy simulation of turbulent flows under supercritical thermodynamic conditions

*L. Selle and G. Ribert* - Numerical description of dilute particle-laden flows by a quadrature-based moment method

*N. Le Lostec, R. O. Fox, O. Simonin and P. Villedieu*

### IV. COMBUSTION

- Overview
- Modeling differential diffusion in non-premixed combustion: soot transport in the mixture fraction coordinate

*J. C. Hewson, D. O. Lignell and A. R. Kerstein* - Coupling tabulated chemistry with large-eddy simulation of turbulent reactive flows

*R. Vicquelin, B. Fiorina, N. Darabiha, D. Veynante, V. Moureau and L. Vervisch* - LES of two-phase reacting flows

*M. Sanjose, T. Lederlin, L. Gicquel, B. Cuenot, H. Pitsch, N. García-Rosa, R. Lecourt and T. Poinsot* - Turbulent combustion of polydisperse evaporating sprays with droplet crossing: Eulerian modeling and validation in the infinite Knudsen limit

*S. de Chaisemartin, L. Fréret, D. Kah, F. Laurent, R. O. Fox, J. Reveillon and M. Massot* - Turbulent combustion of polydisperse evaporating sprays with droplet crossing: Eulerian modeling of collisions at finite Knudsen and validation

*L. Fréret, F. Laurent, S. de Chaisemartin, D. Kah, R. O. Fox, P. Vedula, J. Reveillon, O. Thomine and M. Massot* - CFD-based mapping of the thermo-acoustic stability of a laminar premix burner

*R. Kaess, W. Polifke, T. Poinsot, N. Noiray, D. Durox, T. Schuller and S. Candel*

### V. ACOUSTICS

- Overview
- LES of the trailing-edge flow and noise of a controlled-diffusion airfoil at high angle of attack

*J. Christophe and S. Moreau* - LES of the trailing-edge flow and noise of a NACA0012 airfoil near stall

*S. Moreau, J. Christophe and M. Roger* - LES of the trailing-edge flow and noise of a NACA6512-63 airfoil at zero angle of attack

*J. Winkler and S. Moreau* - Numerical and analytical investigation of the indirect noise in a nozzle

*M. Leyko, F. Nicoud, S. Moreau and T. Poinsot* - Generation of sound by the scattering of entropy disturbances

*D. J. Bodony*

### VI. TURBULENCE PHYSICS AND MODELING

- Overview
- Computation of separated turbulent flows using the ASBM model

*H. Radhakrishnan, R. Pecnik, G. Iaccarino and S. Kassinos* - Channel flow LES with stochastic modeling of the subgrid acceleration

*M. Gorokhovski, R. Zamansky and I. Vinkovic* - Scalar variances: LES against measurements and mesh optimization criterion; scalar gradient: a three-dimensional estimation from planar measurements using DNS

*G. Lodato, P. Domingo, L. Vervisch and D. Veynante* - A model for “dynamic” roughness in turbulent channel flow

*B. J. McKeon* - ayleigh-B´enard convection at Pr=120 and Ra=106 in a large aspect ratio domain

*T. Hartlep and J.-F. Ripoll*