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Large-Eddy Simulations of Accelerating Boundary Layer Flows Over Rough Surfaces
Large-eddy simulations are carried out to study the combined effects of roughness and favourable pressure gradient in boundary layer flows, where the high acceleration (on smooth walls) may cause flow reversion to ...
Numerical simulations of rough-wall turbulent boundary layers
At sufficiently high Reynolds number, all surfaces are rough, and roughness affects most flows in engineering and the natural sciences. Examples range from atmospheric boundary layers over buildings and canopies, to ...