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A Hybrid Numerical Simulation of Supersonic Isotropic Turbulence

Luoqin Liu, Jianchun Wang, Yipeng Shi, Shiyi Chen & X. T. He

Commun. Comput. Phys., 25 (2019), pp. 189-217.

Published online: 2018-09

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This paper presents an extension work of the hybrid scheme proposed by Wang et al. [J. Comput. Phys. 229 (2010) 169-180] for numerical simulation of subsonic isotropic turbulence to supersonic turbulence regime. The scheme still utilizes an 8th-order compact scheme with built-in hyperviscosity for smooth regions and a 7th-order WENO scheme for highly compression regions, but now both in their conservation formulations and for the latter with the Roe type characteristic-wise reconstruction. To enhance the robustness of the WENO scheme without compromising its high-resolution and accuracy, the recursive-order-reduction procedure is adopted, where a new type of reconstruction-failure-detection criterion is constructed from the idea of positivity-preserving. In addition, a new form of cooling function is proposed, which is proved also to be positivity-preserving. With a combination of these techniques, the new scheme not only inherits the good properties of the original one but also extends largely the computable range of turbulent Mach number, which has been further confirmed by numerical results.

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Supersonic turbulence, hybrid scheme, positivity-preserving ROR-WENO scheme, compact scheme.

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76F05, 76F50, 76F65

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This paper presents an extension work of the hybrid scheme proposed by Wang et al. [J. Comput. Phys. 229 (2010) 169-180] for numerical simulation of subsonic isotropic turbulence to supersonic turbulence regime. The scheme still utilizes an 8th-order compact scheme with built-in hyperviscosity for smooth regions and a 7th-order WENO scheme for highly compression regions, but now both in their conservation formulations and for the latter with the Roe type characteristic-wise reconstruction. To enhance the robustness of the WENO scheme without compromising its high-resolution and accuracy, the recursive-order-reduction procedure is adopted, where a new type of reconstruction-failure-detection criterion is constructed from the idea of positivity-preserving. In addition, a new form of cooling function is proposed, which is proved also to be positivity-preserving. With a combination of these techniques, the new scheme not only inherits the good properties of the original one but also extends largely the computable range of turbulent Mach number, which has been further confirmed by numerical results.

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TY - JOUR T1 - A Hybrid Numerical Simulation of Supersonic Isotropic Turbulence JO - Communications in Computational Physics VL - 1 SP - 189 EP - 217 PY - 2018 DA - 2018/09 SN - 25 DO - http://dor.org/10.4208/cicp.OA-2018-0050 UR - https://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/cicp/12668.html KW - Supersonic turbulence, hybrid scheme, positivity-preserving ROR-WENO scheme, compact scheme. AB -

This paper presents an extension work of the hybrid scheme proposed by Wang et al. [J. Comput. Phys. 229 (2010) 169-180] for numerical simulation of subsonic isotropic turbulence to supersonic turbulence regime. The scheme still utilizes an 8th-order compact scheme with built-in hyperviscosity for smooth regions and a 7th-order WENO scheme for highly compression regions, but now both in their conservation formulations and for the latter with the Roe type characteristic-wise reconstruction. To enhance the robustness of the WENO scheme without compromising its high-resolution and accuracy, the recursive-order-reduction procedure is adopted, where a new type of reconstruction-failure-detection criterion is constructed from the idea of positivity-preserving. In addition, a new form of cooling function is proposed, which is proved also to be positivity-preserving. With a combination of these techniques, the new scheme not only inherits the good properties of the original one but also extends largely the computable range of turbulent Mach number, which has been further confirmed by numerical results.

Luoqin Liu, Jianchun Wang, Yipeng Shi, Shiyi Chen & X. T. He. (2020). A Hybrid Numerical Simulation of Supersonic Isotropic Turbulence. Communications in Computational Physics. 25 (1). 189-217. doi:10.4208/cicp.OA-2018-0050
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