## Numerical Simulation of Unsteady Flows and Transition to TurbulenceThis volume represents the findings of the first test cases considered by ERCOFTAC (European Research Consortium on Flow Turbulence and Combustion). The workshop, held in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1990, studied five test cases which represent the interests of both the academic and industrial groups. |

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### Contents

Introduction | 4 |

Modelling realisations of turbulent flows | 18 |

Boundary Layer in a Sshaped Channel | 78 |

a BoundaryLayer Computation | 116 |

PA Krogstad and P E Skdre | 133 |

An Algebraic Model Based on the VelocityProfile Skewing | 146 |

Savill T B Gatski and PA Lindberg | 166 |

A 3D Compressible NavierStokes Code for a Boundary Layer in a Sshaped Channel | 185 |

Calculation of Laminar Flow around a Circular Cylinder between Two Flat Plates | 291 |

Arnal | 304 |

Introduction | 318 |

P E Roach andDM Brierlay | 348 |

Prediction of the Effect of Free Stream Turbulence on a Laminar Boundary Layer | 361 |

G Theodoridis P Prinos and A Goulas | 374 |

W Rodi N Fujisawa andB Schonung | 387 |

Contribution to the ERCOFTAC Workshop at EPFL March 26281990 Flat Plate | 395 |

Conclusions | 213 |

Parallel Spectral Element Solutions of EddyPromoter Channel Flow | 246 |

Buff | 264 |

Laurence T Goutorbe and S Sebag | 277 |

Introduction of Test Case T4 | 474 |

Confined Axisymmetric Jets | 488 |

Calculation of a Coaxial Jet in a Diffuser | 501 |

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algorithm anisotropic approximation boundary conditions boundary layer transition calculations closure CN CN comparison computed convection coordinate correlation cylinder defined diffusion direct numerical simulations dissipation domain downstream duct eddy viscosity ERCOFTAC experimental data factor Figure flow angle Fluid Mech fully turbulent function geometry incompressible initial conditions inlet integral isotropic k-e model laminar boundary layer Large Eddy Simulation Launder Launder-Sharma leading edge length scale Lindberg linear low Reynolds number low-Re mean flow mean velocity measured mesh mixing length Navier-Stokes equations nodes Numerical Simulation obtained parameters predict transition present pressure gradient problem region Reynolds number Reynolds stress model Reynolds stresses Rodi scheme shear flows shear stress skin friction solution solved specific stations statistics streamlines streamwise surface test plate transport equations tunnel turbulence model turbulent boundary layer turbulent flows upwind variables velocity velocity profile vorticity wall Workshop zero