Tenth International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena 2017

Thursday, 6 July 2017
13:00-17:00
( Zurich Foyer outside Zurich Ballroom)
16:30-17:00
(Zurich D)Session Chair: Hassan M. Nagib
17:00-18:40
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Anne-Marie Schreyer1 A 1. Experimental Study Of Turbulent Structure Over Permeable Walls With A Refractive-index-matching TechniqueTaehoon Kim; Gianluca Blois; James Best; Kenneth Christensen1 A 2. Laser Doppler Velocimetry Measurements Of A Turbulent Boundary Layer Flow Over Sprayed Superhydrophobic SurfacesJames W. Gose; Kevin Golovin; Julio Barros; Michael Schultz; Anish Tuteja; Marc Perlin; Steven Ceccio1 A 3. Influences Of Large-scale Structures On Skin Friction In An Adverse Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary LayerMin Yoon; Jinyul Hwang; Hyung Jin Sung1 A 4. The Mesolayer Of Attached Eddies In Wall-bounded Turbulent FlowsYongyun Hwang1 A 5. Two-dimensional Energy Spectra In A High Reynolds Number Turbulent Boundary LayerJason Monty; D. Chandran; R. Baidya; Ivan Marusic Session Chair: Jonathan Morrison1 B 1. Proper Orthogonal Decomposition On Compressed DataOana Marin; Elia Merzari; Philipp Schlatter; Andrew Siegel1 B 2. Stochastic Modeling Of Passive Scalar Transport In Turbulent Channel Flow At High Schmidt NumbersMarten Klein; Heiko Schmidt1 B 3. Turbulent Dynamics And Heat Transfer In Transcritical Channel FlowKukjin Kim; Carlo Scalo; Jean-Pierre Hickey1 B 4. Responses Of Turbulent Channel Flows To Temporal AccelerationKyoungyoun Kim; Seo Yoon Jung1 B 5. Turbulence Modulation By Dense Suspensions In Channel FlowsFrancesco Picano; Pedro Costa; Wim-Paul Breugem; Luca Brandt Session Chair: Jean-Paul Bonnet1 C 1. Intense Focal And Reynolds Stress Structures Of A Self-similar Adverse Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary LayerJulio Soria; Atsushi Sekimoto; Vasilis Kitsios; Callum Atkinson; Javier Jimenez1 C 2. Offset Height Effects On Turbulent Characteristics Of Submerged JetsMark Tachie; Mohammad Rahman; Godwin Tay1 C 3. Insight Into Effect Of Meso-scale Vortex On Very-large Scale Motion In Real Neutrally Stratified Atmospheric Surface Layer With L E S By Numerical Weather Prediction ModelYasuo Hattori; keisuke Nakao; Hitoshi Suto; Hiromaru Hirakuchi1 C 4. Characterization Of Representative Vortex Surfaces In Transitional Boundary LayersShiying Xiong; Yaomin Zhao; Yue Yang; Shiyi Chen1 C 5. Evolution Of Coherent Structures In A Two-dimensional Impinging JetSupun Pieris; Xueqing Zhang; Serhiy Yarusevych; Sean Peterson Session Chair: Tyler Van Buren1 D 1. Experimental And Numerical Investigations On The Oscillations Of An Inverted FlagSumanta Acharya; Samson AnnapuReddy; Anvar Gilmanov; Henryk Stolarski1 D 2. A Global Mode Analysis Of Flapping FlagsAndres Goza; Timothy Colonius1 D 3. Unsteady Aerodynamic Effects In Pitching Airfoils Studied Through Large-eddy SimulationPrabal Negi; Ricardo Vinuesa; Philipp Schlatter; Ardeshir Hanifi; Dan S. Henningson1 D 4. Analysis Of The Turbulent Kinetic Energy Budget For Meandering Motion Appearing In A Backward-facing Step Flow Of Viscoelastic Fluid In High Reynolds NumberShumpei Hara; Shohei Onishi; Ryusuke Ii; Takahiro Tsukahara; Yasuo Kawaguchi1 D 5. Simulation Of The Turbulent Flow Over An Array Of Flexible BladesSilvio Tschisgale; Richard Meller; Jochen Fröhlich
19:00-21:00
(Zurich E/F/G)
Friday, 7 July 2017
8:00-18:00
( Zurich Foyer outside Zurich Ballroom)
9:00-9:40
(Zurich D)Session Chair: Alexander J. SmitsSynthesizing Wall TurbulenceBeverley McKeon
9:40-10:20
(Zurich D)Session Chair: Kenneth ChristensenDirect Numerical Simulations Of Particle-turbulence InteractionsChanghoon Lee
10:20-10:40
(Zurich E/F/G)
10:40-12:20
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Kapil Chauhan2 A 1. The Persistence Of Trip-induced Spanwise Periodicity In Developing Turbulent Boundary LayersRio Baidya; Charitha de Silva; Yanxiang Huang; Luciano Castillo; Ivan Marusic; Nicholas Hutchins2 A 2. Large Coherence Of Spanwise Velocity In Turbulent Boundary LayersCharitha de Silva; Kevin; Rio Baidya; Nicholas Hutchins; Ivan Marusic2 A 3. Influence Of Large-scale Low- And High-speed Structures On A Turbulent Boundary LayerJinyul Hwang; Hyung Jin Sung2 A 4. Reappraisal Of The Asymptotic State Of A Zero Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary LayerLyazid Djenidi; Murali Krishna Talluru; Robert Antonia2 A 5. Reynolds Decomposition Of Turbulence Containing Super-coherent StatesRonald Adrian; Philip Sakievich; Yulia Peet Session Chair: Suad Jakirlic2 B 1. Flow Characteristics In A Centrifugal Pump Using Large Eddy SimulationBeomjun Kye; Keuntae Park; Haecheon Choi; Myungsung Lee; Joo-Han Kim2 B 2. Simulations Of Shock Wave/turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction With Upstream Micro Vortex GeneratorsArnaud Grebert; Julien Bodart; Stéphane Jamme; Laurent Joly2 B 3. Modulated Roll Cells In Rotating Plane Couette Flow Of Viscoelastic FluidTomohiro Nimura; Takahiro Isida; Takuya Kawata; Takahiro Tsukahara2 B 4. Flow And Heat Transfer In Cross-stream Type T-junctions: A Computational StudyBenjamin Krumbein; Suad Jakirlic; Vincenzo Termini; Anna Mizobuchi; Cameron Tropea2 B 5. Turbulent Swirling Flow And Mixing In A Macroscale Multi-inlet Vortex ReactorMichael Olsen; Zhenping Liu; Emmanuel Hitimana; James Hill; Rodney Fox Session Chair: Flint Thomas2 C 1. Transitional Separation Bubbles Over Swept WingsNicola De Tullio; Neil Sandham2 C 2. Fluid-structure Interactions Between Two Nonparallel Tandem CylindersMd. Mahbub Alam; Md. Yamin Younis; Yu Zhou2 C 3. The Role Of Surface Texturing On The Physics Of Boundary Layer Separation Over A BumpKyle Squires; Nikolaos Beratlis; Elias Balaras2 C 4. Turbulence Structure Leading To Unsteady Upstream Separation In Couette Flow With Forward-facing StepYohei Morinishi; Shohei Kubota; Shinji Tamano; Toru Yamada2 C 5. Analysis Of The Near-wall Flow Field In Shock-cooling-film Interaction For Varying Shock Impingement PositionsPascal Marquardt; Michael Klaas; Wolfgang Schröder Session Chair: Michael Plesniak2 D 1. Vorticity Transport In Human Airway ModelFilippo Coletti; Andras Nemes; Sahar Jalal; Tristan Van de Moortele2 D 2. The Effect Of Flow Rate, Head Position, And Inhaler Orientation On The Airflow And Particle Deposition In An M R I - Based Mouth-throat GeometryFotos Stylianou; Stelios Angeli; Stavros Kassinos; Marten Svensson2 D 3. Insights On Arterial Secondary Flow Structures And Vortex Dynamics Gained Using The M R V TechniqueKartik Bulusu; Michael Plesniak2 D 4. The Performance Of A New Immersed Boundary Method On Simulating Underwater Locomotion And SwimmingAlexander J. Smits; Arman Hemmati; Utku Senturk; Tyler Van Buren2 D 5. Shock-bubble Interaction Near A Compliant Tissue-like MaterialNikolaus Adams; Shucheng Pan; Stefan Adami; Xiangyu Hu
12:20-13:40
13:40-15:20
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Jason Monty3 A 1. Development And Characterization Of A Pulsed Jet Actuator Based On Sonic Flow Controlled By PlasmaJean-Paul Bonnet; Gwenael Acher; Pierre Audier; Adrien Robert; Anton Lebedev; Nicolas Benard; Eric Moreau3 A 2. Effects Of Vortex-induced Velocity On The Wake Of A Synthetic Jet Issuing Into A Turbulent Boundary LayerTim Berk; Guillaume Gomit; Bharathram Ganapathisubramani3 A 3. Low-order Models For Turbulent Flows Over Complex WallsMitul Luhar3 A 4. Investigating Asymptotic Suction Boundary Layers Using A One-dimensional Stochastic Turbulence ModelMoritz Fragner; Heiko Schmidt3 A 5. The Response Of The Wall Shear Stress In A Nonlinearly Accelerating FlowL.R. Joel Sundstrom; Michel J. Cervantes Session Chair: Luminita Danaila3 B 1. Development And Validation Of An Mri-based Method For Particle Concentration MeasurementDaniel D. Borup; Christopher J. Elkins; John K. Eaton3 B 2. Direct Numerical Simulation Of Shock-induced Drop Breakup With A Sharp-interface MethodJakob Kaiser; Stefan Adami; Nikolaus Adams3 B 3. The Contribution Of Large Scale Structures In The Power Generation Of Finite Scale Wind Farms Using Large Eddy SimulationYulia Peet; Tanmoy Chatterjee3 B 4. The Effect Of The Backing Cavity On The Control Of The Turbulent Boundary Layer By The Application Of A Cavity ArrayAnton Silvestri; Farzin Ghanadi; Maziar Arjomandi; Benjamin Cazzolato; Anthony Zander3 B 5. Dissipative Range Statistics Of Turbulent Flows With Variable ViscosityMichael Gauding; Luminita Danaila; Emilien Varea Session Chair: Jens Fransson3 C 1. Statistics Of Turbulent And Relaminarizing Flow In A Circular Pipe With A Gradual ExpansionJoshua Brinkerhoff; Nima Moallemi3 C 2. Merging Of Coherent Structures In A Separation BubbleJohn William Kurelek; Serhiy Yarusevych3 C 3. Dynamics Of Forward Facing Step Recriculation BubblesRobert Martinuzzi; Anthony Graziani; Marc Lippert; Franck Kerhervé; Laurent Keirsbulck3 C 4. On The Accuracy And Robustness Of Under-resolved D N S Approaches Based On Spectral Element MethodsRodrigo Moura; Joaquim Peiró; Spencer Sherwin3 C 5. Implicit Large Eddy Simulations With A High-order Teno SchemeLin Fu; Xiangyu Hu; Nikolaus A. Adams Session Chair: Marcus Hultmark3 D 1. Scaling Laws For The Performance Of Rigid Propulsors Intended For Underwater LocomotionDaniel Floryan; Tyler Van Buren; Clarence W. Rowley; Alexander J. Smits3 D 2. Transitions In A Soft-walled Channel.V Kumaran; Sagar Srinivas3 D 3. State Detection And Hybrid Simulation Of Biomedical FlowsDominique Thévenin; László Daróczy; Abouelmagd Abdelsamie; Gábor Janiga3 D 4. The Turbulent Boundary Layer Structure Over Diatomaceous Slime FoulingElizabeth Murphy; Karen Flack; Julio Barros; Michael Schultz; Cecily Steppe; Matthew Reidenbach3 D 5. Turbulent Boundary Layer Measurements Over Permeable SurfacesChristoph Efstathiou; Mitul Luhar
15:20-15:40
(Zurich E/F/G)
15:40-17:40
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Nicholas Hutchins4 A 1. Investigation Of A Turbulent Boundary Layer Flow At High Reynolds Number Using Particle-imaging And Implications For R A N S ModelingTobias Knopp; Matteo Novara; Daniel Schanz; Erich Schuelein; Andreas Schroeder; Nico Reuther; Christian Kaehler4 A 2. The Dependence Of Instantaneous Shear Events On Mean Shear And Turbulence IntensityR. Jason Hearst; Bharathram Ganapathisubramani4 A 3. Effects Of Large-scale Structures On Inner Layer In High Reynolds Number Turbulent Channel FlowYoshinobu Yamamoto; Yoshiyuki Tsuji4 A 4. Inner-outer Interaction In A Rapidly Sheared Boundary LayerJonathan Morrison; Sourabh Diwan4 A 5. Computation Of Wall Pressure Spectra From C F D - R A N S Solutions Induced By Incompressible Turbulent Boundary LayersMyriam Slama; Pierre Sagaut; Cédric Leblond4 A 6. Refractive Index Matched P I V Measurements Of Flow Around Interacting Barchan DunesNathaniel Bristow; Gianluca Blois; James Best; Kenneth Christensen Session Chair: Christina Vanderwel4 B 1. Re-laminarization And Re-transition Of A Turbulent Boundary Layer From A Vorticity Transport Point Of ViewGarry Brown; Saurahb Patwardhan; O.N. Ramesh4 B 2. Instantaneous Mass Transfer Measurement And Its Relation To Large-scale Structures In Pipe FlowTong Tong; Tatsuya Tsuneyoshi; Takahiro Ito; Yoshiyuki Tsuji4 B 3. Large Eddy Simulation Of Turbulent Flow Over A Wall Undergoing Streamwise Travelling Wave MotionWuyang Zhang; Weixi Huang; Chunxiao Xu4 B 4. Analysis Of Combustion Noise In An Open Turbulent Spray Flame Using D N S: Effect Of Radiative Heat LossAbhishek Pillai; Ryoichi Kurose4 B 5. Numerical And Experimental Investigation Of The Flow Around A Three-dimensional S D 7003 WingSebastian L. Herbst; Eike Tangermann; Markus Klein; Rainer Hain; Christian J. Kähler4 B 6. The Fluctuating Velocity Field Above The Free End Of A Surface-mounted Finite-height Square PrismRajat Chakravarty; Noorallah Rostamy; Donald Bergstrom; David Sumner Session Chair: Beverley McKeon4 C 1. Wind Tunnel Experiments Of Flow And Dispersion In Building ArraysMatteo Carpentieri; Paul Hayden; Alan Robins4 C 2. Modeling Momentum And Scalar Transport In A Wall-bounded Turbulent FlowTheresa Saxton-Fox; Beverley McKeon4 C 3. Velocity-concentration Correlations In A High Reynolds Number Turbulent Boundary LayerKapil Chauhan; Murali Krishna Talluru; Chiala Hernandez-Silva; Jimmy Philip4 C 4. Self-similarity Of Passive Scalars In A Decelerating JetDong-hyuk Shin; Edward Richardson; Andrew Aspden4 C 5. Evaluation Of Olfactory Search Algorithms Through Direct Numerical Simulation Of Turbulent Scalar TransferConstantinos Panagiotou; Davide Cerizza; Tamer Zaki; Yosuke Hasegawa4 C 6. Relative Dispersion Of Particle Pairs In Turbulent Channel FlowJuan Ignacio Polanco; Ivana Vinkovic; Nickolas Stelzenmuller; Nicolas Mordant; Mickaël Bourgoin Session Chair: Arman Hemmati4 D 1. Blunt Trailing Edge Profiled Body Wake Control Using Synthetic JetsRoss Cruikshank; Philippe Lavoie4 D 2. Influence Of A Propulsive Jet On The Wake-flow Structure Of An Axisymmetric Space-launcher ModelAnne-Marie Schreyer4 D 3. Mean Turbulent Flow In The Wake Of A Perforated Plate Equipped With Non-thermal PlasmaNicolas Benard; Pierre Audier; Romain Bellanger; Eric Moreau4 D 4. Low Frequency Wake Dynamics Of Cantilevered Circular Cylinders At An Aspect Ratio Of 4Chris Morton; Mohammad Saeedi; Maryam Shahroodi; Matthew Kindree; Robert Martinuzzi4 D 5. Spatial Distribution Of Energy Dissipation In A Turbulent Cylinder WakeJiangang Chen; Yu Zhou; Robert Antonia; Tongming Zhou4 D 6. Influence Of Sensor Location In Remote-sensor Based Flow EstimationRobert Martinuzzi; Anna Amani
19:00-23:00
(Spirit of Chicago)
Saturday, 8 July 2017
8:00-18:00
( Zurich Foyer outside Zurich Ballroom)
8:30-9:10
(Zurich D)Session Chair: Ivan MarusicThe Structure Of Turbulent Flows In Wind FarmsCharles Meneveau
9:10-10:50
(Zurich E/F/G)Session Chair: John Foss & Luca BrandtP1. Assessing Accuracy Of C F D Simulations Through Quantification Of A Numerical Dissipation RateJulian Andrzej Domaradzki; Guangrui Sun; Xinjiang Xiang; Kevin ChenP2. Turbulence Model Assessment For Stall Delay Applications At Low Reynolds NumberMartin Skote; Mohamed Arif Mohamed; Yanhua WuP3. Baseline Measurements For Testing Of Improved Triple-sensor Hot-wire Anemometer Probe In A Momentum Conserving Turbulent Round JetClara Marika Velte; F. Gökhan ErginP4. Comparison Of The Quiescent Core Region In Turbulent Pipe And Channel FlowsJongmin Yang; Jinyul Hwang; Hyung Jin SungP5. Cross-stream Evolution Of The Free Shear Layer Behind A WingMuhammad Omar Memon; Aaron AltmanP6. Delayed Detached Eddy Simulation Of Flow In Macroscale And Microscale Multi-inlet Vortex ReactorsMichael Olsen; Zhenping Liu; Alberto Passalacqua; James Hill; Rodney FoxP7. D N S Of Heat Transfer Phenomena In Plane Turbulent Wall Jet With Thermal Entrance RegionHirofumi Hattori; Masahiro Kuroki; Tomoya Houra; Masato TagawaP8. Effect Of A Horizontal Hole On Flow Structures Around A Wall-mounted Low-aspect-ratio CylinderHiroka Rinoshika; Akira Rinoshika; Shun FujimotoP9. Effect Of Abrasion And Biofouling On Aerodynamic Performance Of Industrial Surface CoatingsF. Gökhan ErginP10. Effect Of Discrete Roughness Elements On Flow Over Low-pressure TurbinesWatchapon Rojanaratanangkule; Richard SandbergP11. Effects Of Plasma-actuator-generated Vortices On A Turbulent Boundary LayerChi Wai Wong; Qian Peng; Yongchao Liu; Yu ZhouP12. Effects Of Strong Temperature Gradient On A Compressible Turbulent Channel FlowMitsuhiro Nagata; Makoto NagaokaP13. Experimental And Numerical Comparison Of Transition For Low - Reynolds Number AirfoilPaul Ziade; Pierre SullivanP14. Experimental Study Of The Flow Past A Cube With Openings Embedded In A Turbulent Boundary LayerMarinos Manolesos; Zhiqiu Gao; Meletis Panos; Xing Zhou ; Demetri BourisP15. Implicit Large Eddy Simulation For The High-order Flux Reconstruction MethodSong FuP16. Improvement Of Sgs Model Using Analysis Of Sgs Force And Sgs Energy TransferHiromichi KobayashiP17. Insight Into Wingtip Vortex – Wing Wake Free Shear Layer InteractionSidaard Gunasekaran; Aaron AltmanP18. Investigation Of The Inner Layer Of A Plane Turbulent Wall JetMing Teng; Zhujun Tang; Donald Bergstrom; James BuggP19. Large-eddy Simulation Of Compressible Turbulent Flow In A Convergent-divergent Nozzle With Isothermal WallSomnath Ghosh; Tennyson Anskar; Susila MahapatraP20. Large-scale Intermittency In Turbulent Poiseuille Flows At Low Reynolds Number Under Stable Density StratificationKoji FUKUDOME; Yoshifumi OGAMIP21. Linear Transient Growth Of Coherent Structure In Turbulent Channel Flow At Low Reynolds NumberAiko Yakeno; Takahiro TsukaharaP22. Measurement Of Turbulent Skin Friction Drag Coefficients Produced By Distributed Surface Roughness Of Pristine Marine CoatingsFrederik Zafiryadis; Knud Erik Meyer; F. Gökhan ErginP23. Modeling The Influence Of External Perturbations On The Ionosphere LayersUalikhan Abdibekov; Zhakebayev DaurenP24. On The Generation Of Inflow Turbulence In The Simulations Of Urban Boundary LayerHai-Feng Li; Gui-Xiang Cui; Wei-Xi HuangP25. Parametric Study Of Multi-armed JetsArtur TyliszczakP26. Propagation Of Streamline Length Distributions In A Wavy Channel Flow Undergoing Favorable And Adverse Pressure GradientsWolfgang Schröder; Alexander Rubbert; Michael KlaasP27. Realizability And Stability Analysis Of Dynamic L E SStefan Heinz; Reza Mokhtarpoor; Michael SteollingerP28. Sharp-interface Simulations Of Heat-driven Flows With Marangoni-effectJohannes Pieper; Felix Schranner; Gurvan Hermange; Nikolaus A. Prof. Dr.–Ing. AdamsP29. Stability Of High Speed Boundary Layers With Streamwise Velocity OvershootJie RenP30. Submerged Turbulent Twin Jets Interacting With A Free Surface And A Solid WallEbenezer Essel; Diya Cui; Mark TachieP31. Surface Obstacles In Pulsatile FlowIan Carr; Michael PlesniakP32. Synthesis Of Turbulent Velocity Fields At Inflow Boundaries In L E S And Hybrid MethodsHannes Kröger; Nikolai KornevP33. The Impact Of Shear On The Uncertainty Of Volume Flow Rate Inflow/outflow Measurement By Integrating P I V Velocity FieldsBarton Smith; Rick Cress all; Douglas Neal; Alex MychkovskyP34. Understanding The Role Of Fluid-structure Interactions In Traumatic Brain InjuryRicardo Mejia-Alvarez; Adam Willis; Michaelann Tartis; Robert MorganP35. Wall Resolution Study For Direct Numerical Simulation Of Turbulent Channel Flow Using A Multidomain Chebyshev GridZia Ghiasi; Dongru Li; Jonathan Komperda; Farzad MashayekP36. Wind-tunnel Simulation Of Stratified Atmospheric Boundary Layers For Studies Of Urban DispersionDavide Marucci; Matteo Carpentieri
10:50-12:30
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Ricardo Garcia Mayoral5 A 1. Examination Of Changes To The Spatial Structure Of Turbulent Boundary Layers Due To Surface-wave Forcing Using P O DOwen Williams; Maius Wong5 A 2. The Effects Of Sudden Perturbations On Turbulent Pipe FlowTyler Van Buren; Leo Hellstrom; Ivan Marusic; Alexander Smits5 A 3. Investigation Of Vortex Packet Recovery In Perturbed Turbulent Boundary LayersEllen Longmire; Yan Ming Tan5 A 4. Linear Stability Analysis Of Turbulent Flows Over Dense Filament CanopiesAkshath Sharma; Garazi Gomez de Segura; Ricardo Garcia Mayoral5 A 5. Suppression Of Transition Behind A Discrete Roughness Element Using A Downstream ElementAlexandre Berger; Madeline McMillann; Edward White; Saikishan Suryanarayanan ; David Goldstein Session Chair: Oana Marin5 B 1. Direct Numerical Simulation Of A Turbulent Curved Pipe FlowYongmann Chung; Zhixin Wang5 B 2. Swirl Switching In Bent Pipes Studied By Numerical SimulationPhilipp Schlatter; Lorenz Hufnagel; Jacopo Canton; Elia Merzari; Oana Marin; Ramis Örlü5 B 3. Optical Investigation Of Turbulence Modulation In An Externally Forced, High Reynolds Number Boundary LayerMatthew Kemnetz; Stanislav Gordeyev; Piyush Ranade; Eric Jumper5 B 4. Numerical Investigation Of Structural And Statistical Features Of Premixed Flame Under Intense TurbulenceReetesh Ranjan; Suresh Menon5 B 5. The Role Of Vorticity In Turbulent, Rectangular, Free And Wall JetsAndrew Pollard; Thrassos Panidis; Rainer Schwab Session Chair: Dale Pullin5 C 1. Mixing And Turbulence Statistics In An Inclined Interface Richtmyer Meshkov InstabilityAkshay Subramaniam; Sanjiva Lele5 C 2. Transition Mechanism In A Shock Wave Boundary Layer InteractionMoussa Diop; Sébastien Piponniau; Pierre Dupont5 C 3. Image-based Modeling Of The Skin-friction Coefficient In Compressible Boundary-layer TransitionYue Yang; Wenjie Zheng; Shiyi Chen5 C 4. Mixing And Phase Separation At Supercritical And Transcritical PressuresStefan Hickel; Jan Matheis5 C 5. Invariants Of Velocity Gradient Tensor In Compressible Pipe, Nozzle And Diffuser FlowsSomnath Ghosh; Komal Kumari; Joseph Mathew Session Chair: Junlin Yuan5 D 1. On The Anisotropy Of The Linear Mechanism Of Aerodynamic Sound Generation By Vortical Perturbations In Shear FlowsJan-Niklas Hau; Martin Oberlack; George Chagelishvili5 D 2. Unsteady Surface Pressure Induced By Turbulence Over Asymmetrically Beveled Trailing EdgeYaoyi Guan; Scott Morris5 D 3. Simulation Of The Resonant Interactions Between The Boundary Layer An Array Of The Deep CavitiesGrigory Shelekhov; Julien Bodart; Laurent Joly5 D 4. High-fidelity Simulations Of The Flow Around Wings At High Reynolds NumbersRicardo Vinuesa; Prabal Negi; Ardeshir Hanifi; Dan S. Henningson; Philipp Schlatter5 D 5. Unsteady Characteristics Of Tip-leakage Flow In An Axial Flow FanKeuntae Park; Haecheon Choi; Seokho Choi; Yongcheol Sa; Oh-kyoung Kwon
12:30-13:50
13:50-15:30
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Candace Wark6 A 1. On The Scaling Of Turbulent Asymptotic Suction Boundary LayersMarco Ferro; Bengt E. G. Fallenius; Jens H. M. Fransson6 A 2. Comparing The Three Possible Scalings Of Normal Stress In Turbulent Boundary LayersPeter Monkewitz; Hassan Nagib; Vincent Boulanger6 A 3. Sensitivity Of A New Velocity/pressure-gradient Model To Reynolds NumberSvetlana Poroseva; Scott Murman6 A 4. Relation Between Velocity Profile And Friction Factor At High Reynolds Number In Fully Developed Pipe FlowNoriyuki Furuichi; Yoshiya Terao; Yuki Wada; Yoshiyuki Tsuji6 A 5. Inferring The Structural Properties Of Eddies In The Log-layer From Spectral StatisticsLionel Agostini; Michael Leschziner Session Chair: Stavros Tavoularis6 B 1. A Case Study Of Multi–structure Turbulence: Uniformly Sheared Flow Distorted By A GridJovan Nedić; Stavros Tavoularis6 B 2. Self-preservation And The Kolmogorov 1st Similarity LawLuminita Danaila; Lyazid Djenidi; Robert Antonia6 B 3. Suppression Of Large Scale Structures In A Turbulent Von Kármán Flow Using Random ForcingHanna Berning; Tim Grünberg; Thomas Rösgen6 B 4. Turbulent Energy Density In Scale Space Based On Filtered Two-point CorrelationFujihiro Hamba6 B 5. Multi-measurement Correlations In The Near-field Of A Complex Supersonic Jet Using Time-resolved Schlieren ImagingAndrew Tenney; Thomas Coleman; Jacques Lewalle; Sivaram Gogineni Session Chair: Nikolaus Adams6 C 1. Large Wind Farms: Evaluation Using Large Eddy SimulationNiranjan S. Ghaisas; Aditya Ghate; Sanjiva K. Lele6 C 2. Large-eddy Simulation Of A High Reynolds Number Flow Through A High Aspect Ratio Cooling DuctThomas Kaller; Vito Pasquariello; Stefan Hickel; Nikolaus Adams6 C 3. Transonic Airfoil Buffet At High Reynolds Number By Using Wall-modeled Large-eddy SimulationYuma Fukushima; Soshi Kawai6 C 4. Large-eddy Simulations Of Flow Over Circular CylinderDale Pullin; Wan Cheng; Ravi Samtaney6 C 5. Experimental And Large Eddy Simulation Of Accelerating Flow From An Initial Turbulent FlowShuisheng He; Akshat Mathur; Mehdi Seddighi; Sam Gorji Session Chair: Marios Kotsonis6 D 1. Roughness Induced Transition In Wall Bounded Flow : A Vorticity Point Of ViewSaikishan Suryanarayanan; David Goldstein; Garry Brown6 D 2. Effects Of Free-stream Turbulence Intensity On Transition Within A Laminar Separation BubbleMark Istvan; Serhiy Yarusevych6 D 3. Temporal And Spatial Intermittencies Within Channel Flow Turbulence Near TransitionMichael Graham; Anubhav Kushwaha6 D 4. Time-resolved P I V Investigation Of The Secondary Instability Of Crossflow VorticesJacopo Serpieri; Marios Kotsonis6 D 5. Free-stream Turbulence And Its Influence On Boundary-layer TransitionJens Fransson
15:30-15:50
(Zurich E/F/G)
15:50-17:50
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Ricardo Vinuesa7 A 1. A Lagrangian Mean View Of Events In A Bounded Turbulent FlowWilliam RC Phillips7 A 2. Towards Canonical Adverse Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary Layers – Experiments And SimulationsRamis Örlü; Ricardo Vinuesa; Carlos Sanmiguel Vila; Alexandra Bobke; Stefano Discetti; Andrea Ianiro; Philipp Schlatter7 A 3. Centerline Karman " Constant " Revisited And Contrasted To Log-layer Karman Constant At C I C Lo P ELucia Mascotelli; Hassan Nagib; Peter Monkewitz; Tommaso Fiorini; Gabriele Bellani; Xiaobo Zheng; Alessandro Talamelli7 A 4. Scaling And Dynamics Of Large-scale Structures In Turbulent Boundary Layers With Pressure GradientsFelix Eich; Christian J. Kähler7 A 5. Three Dimensional Near-wall Events In An Adverse Pressure Gradient Boundary LayerMatthew Bross; Christian Kähler7 A 6. Turbulent-turbulent Spot Across The Buffer Layer Of The Turbulent Zero-pressure-gradient Flat-plate Boundary LayerXiaohua Wu; Parviz Moin; James Wallace Session Chair: Jacques Borée7 B 1. Perturbing Shear Layers In A Turbulent WakeDiogo Barros; Jacques Borée; Andreas Spohn; Bernd R. Noack7 B 2. Transitory Aerodynamic Flow Control Of A Pitching/plunging AirfoilYuehan Tan; Thomas Crittenden; Ari Glezer7 B 3. Turbulent Ramp Flow Control: Part 1. Perturbation Downstream Of Flow SeparationAzeddine Kourta ; Nicolas Mazellier; Pierric Joseph; Francesco Stella; Patricia Sujar-Garrido; Yu Zhou7 B 4. Effect Of Relative Forcing Location On Separation Control With A Synthetic JetMark Feero; Philippe Lavoie; Pierre Sullivan7 B 5. Effect Of Parameters Of Traveling Wave-like Blowing And Suction On Skin-friction Drag Reduction And Heat Transfer Enhancement In Turbulent Channel FlowHiroya Mamori; Naoya Fukushima; Makoto Yamamoto7 B 6. A Local Nonlinear System Model Of The Turbulent Boundary LayerSamaresh Midya; Flint Thomas; Thomas Corke Session Chair: Susumu Goto7 C 1. Dynamics Of Large-scale Vortices In Non-swirling And Swirling Turbulent Jets. Time-resolved Tomographic P I V MeasurementsVladimir Dulin; Sergey Abdurakipov; Dmitriy Markovich; Kemal Hanjalić7 C 2. Adaptive Detached Eddy Simulation Of Rotating Turbulent Channel FlowZifei Yin; Paul Durbin7 C 3. Energy Cascade Sustaining Turbulence In A Precessing SphereYasufumi Horimoto; Susumu Goto7 C 4. On The Orientation Of Vortical Structures In Rotating And Sheared Homogeneous TurbulenceFrank Jacobitz; Joylene Aguirre; Adam Moreau7 C 5. D N S Study Of Turbulent Heat Transfer In A Spanwise Rotating Square DuctBing-Chen Wang; Xingjun Fang7 C 6. The Minimal Computational Domain For Capturing Taylor - Gӧrtler Vortices In Streamwise-rotating ChannelZixuan Yang; Bing-Chen Wang Session Chair: Bharathram Ganapathisubramani7 D 1. Effects Of Shape On Settling Characteristics Of Planar ParticlesLuis Blay Esteban ; John Shrimpton; Bharathram Ganapathisubramani7 D 2. Prediction Of Preferential Concentration Statistics From Eulerian Two-point CorrelationsAndrew Banko; Laura Villafane; Mahdi Esmaily-Moghadam; John Eaton7 D 3. Experimental Study Of Particle-turbulence Interaction In Homogeneous TurbulenceAlec Petersen; Douglas Carter; Lucia Baker; Filippo Coletti7 D 4. Lagrangian Trajectories And Settling Velocity Of Snowflakes: Observation Of Particle-turbulence DynamicsAndras Nemes; Teja Dasari; Michele Guala; Jiarong Hong; Filippo Coletti7 D 5. Radiative Heating Of Inertial Particles In A Particle-laden Turbulent Duct FlowLaura Villafane; Andrew Banko; Chris Elkins; John Eaton7 D 6. Modification Of Buoyancy-driven Turbulence By Thermally And Dynamically Coupled Inertial ParticlesHyungwon Park; Kevin O'Keefe; David Richter
18:00-23:55
Sunday, 9 July 2017
8:00-17:00
( Zurich Foyer outside Zurich Ballroom)
8:30-9:10
(Zurich D)Session Chair: John EatonInsights From Direct Numerical Simulations Of Multi-stage Autoignition And Flame Propagation In Intense Shear-driven TurbulenceJacqueline Chen
9:10-9:50
(Zurich D)Session Chair: Arne JohanssonTurbulent Taylor - Couette FlowDetlef Lohse
9:50-10:10
(Zurich E/F/G)
10:10-11:50
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Philipp Schlatter8 A 1. Relation Between A Singly-periodic Roughness Geometry And Spatio-temporal Turbulence CharacteristicsJonathan Morgan; Beverley McKeon8 A 2. Impact Of Corner Geometry On The Secondary Flow In Turbulent DuctsAlvaro Vidal; Ricardo Vinuesa; Philipp Schlatter; Hassan M. Nagib8 A 3. Prediction Of Near Wall Turbulence Using Minimal Flow Units And ApplicationGuang Yin; WeiXi Huang; ChunXiao Xu8 A 4. Extrapolating Statistics Of Turbulent Flows To Higher Re Using Quasi-steady Theory Of Scale Interactions In Near-wall TurbulenceSergei Chernyshenko; Chi Zhang; Hamza Butt; Mohammad Beit-Sadi8 A 5. On The Existence Of Self-similar Structures In Turbulent Pipe FlowLeo H. O. Hellström; Tyler van Buren; John C. Vaccaro; Alexander J. Smits Session Chair: Krishnan Mahesh8 B 1. Sensitivity Analysis Of Turbulence Using Unstable Periodic Orbits: A Demonstration On The Kuramoto-sivashinsky EquationDavide Lasagna8 B 2. Identification Of Coherent Structures In Cavity Flow Experiments Using Dynamic Mode DecompositionYang Zhang; Louis Cattafesta; Lawrence Ukeiley8 B 3. Spanwise Flow Structures Within A Laminar Separation Bubble On An AirfoilTheodoros Michelis; Marios Kotsonis; Serhiy Yarusevych8 B 4. Small-scale Anisotropy In Axisymmetric TurbulenceDouglas Carter; Alec Peterson; Filippo Coletti8 B 5. Stability Analysis Of Jets In Cross FlowKrishnan Mahesh; Marc Regan Session Chair: Neil Sandham8 C 1. A Numerical Study Of Compressibility Effects In Turbulent Mixing LayerDongru Li; Zia Ghiasi; Jonathan Komperda; Farzad Mashayek8 C 2. Unsteadiness Of Oblique Shock-wave/boundary-layer Interaction With End WallsNeil D Sandham; Satya P Jammy8 C 3. Numerical Study Of Shock-turbulence Interactions In Variable Density FlowsYifeng Tian; Farhad Jaberi; Daniel Livescu; ZHAORUI LI8 C 4. Thermodynamic Fluctuations In Canonical Shock-turbulence InteractionYogesh Prasaad Madras Sethuraman; Krishnendu Sinha; Johan Larsson8 C 5. Pressure-velocity Correlations In A Shock Wave Boundary Layer InteractionTetyana Jiang; Sébastien Piponniau; Pierre Dupont Session Chair: Myoungkyu Lee8 D 1. Optimization Of Heat Transfer Enhancement In Plane Couette FlowShingo Motoki; Genta Kawahara; Masaki Shimizu8 D 2. Flow Structures And Heat Transfer Over A Single Dimple Using Hybrid U R A N S - L E S MethodsJohann Turnow; Nikolai Kornev8 D 3. Spanwise Vortex Structure Over Porous Walls In Turbulent Channel FlowsKazuhiko Suga; Yuka Nakagawa; Masayuki Kaneda8 D 4. Temporal And Spatial Fluctuations Of Velocity And Heat Transfer In Wall Turbulence Using Dynamic P I V And I R TShunsuke Yamada; Hajime Nakamura8 D 5. Coherent Fine-scale Eddy Cluster In A Turbulent Mixing LayerYoshitsugu Naka; Toshitaka Itoh; Yuki Minamoto; Masayasu Shimura; Mamoru Tanahashi
11:50-13:20
13:20-15:00
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Karen Flack9 A 1. Turbulent Boundary Layers Over Multiscale Rough PatchesChristina Vanderwel; Bharathram Ganapathisubramani9 A 2. Measurements Of Skin-friction Of Systematically Generated Surface RoughnessJulio Barros; Michael Schultz; Karen Flack9 A 3. Lattice Boltzmann Direct Numerical Simulation Of Turbulence Over Resolved And Modelled Rough Walls With Irregularly Distributed RoughnessYusuke Kuwata; Yasuo Kawaguchi9 A 4. Turbulent-turbulent Transient Flow In A Transitionally Rough RegimeMehdi Seddighi; Shuisheng He9 A 5. Direct Numerical Simulation Of High Aspect Ratio Spanwise-aligned BarsMichael MacDonald; Andrew Ooi; Nicholas Hutchins; Daniel Chung Session Chair: Edward White9 B 1. Advancements In Measuring The Wall-normal Velocity Fluctuations In A Turbulent Boundary LayerMarcus Hultmark; Clayton Byers; Yuyang Fan; Matthew Fu; Katherine Kokmanian9 B 2. Long-range Microscopic Ptv Of The Inner Layer Turbulence Over A Superhydrophobic Surface With Random TextureWagih Abu Rowin; Jianfeng Hou ; Sina Ghaemi9 B 3. Role Of Large Scale Motions In Turbulent Poiseuille And Couette FlowsMyoungkyu Lee; Robert D. Moser9 B 4. D N S Of Couette Flows With Wall Transpiration Up To Re_\tau=1000Martin Oberlack; Stefanie Kraheberger; Sergio Hoyas9 B 5. High-amplitude Wall Pressure Events And Their Relation To Turbulent Structure In Channel FlowAli Mehrez; Yoshinobu Yamamoto; Tatsuya Tsuneyoshi; Yoshiyuki Tsuji Session Chair: Alvaro Vidal9 C 1. Reconstructing Lagrangian Velocity Gradients In Inhomogeneous Turbulent Flows From Coarse-grained SimulationsPerry Johnson; Charles Meneveau9 C 2. A Physical Basis Of The Slip-wall Model For Wall-modeled Large-eddy SimulationsXiang Yang; Sanjeeb Bose9 C 3. Evaluation Of A Dynamic L E S Model For The Computation Of Free Shear Flows Using A High-order Numerical Method.Jean-Baptiste Chapelier; Guido Lodato9 C 4. Dynamic Unified R A N S - L E S Simulations Of Periodic Hill Flow At High Reynolds NumberReza Mokhtarpoor; Stefan Heinz; Michael Stoellinger9 C 5. Iterative Bayesian Optimization Of An Implicit L E S Method For Underresolved Simulations Of Incompressible FlowsFelix Schranner; Josef Winter; Nikolaus Adams Session Chair: Sutanu Sarkar9 D 1. Stratified Flow Past A Sphere At Re = 10000Karu Chongsiripinyo; Sutanu Sarkar9 D 2. Modelling And Feedback Control Of Turbulent Coherent Structures For Bluff Body Drag ReductionAndrew Wynn; Rowan Brackston; Juan Marcos Garcia de la Cruz; Jonathan Morrison9 D 3. Invariants Of The Velocity Gradient Tensor In A Spatially Developing Inhomogenous Turbulent FlowOliver Buxton; Massimiliano Breda; Xue Chen9 D 4. Unsteady Turbulence Cascades And Their Effects On The T / N T InterfaceJohn Christos Vassilicos; Yi Zhou; Susumu Goto9 D 5. Effect Of Wake Structures On Surface Pressure Fluctuations On A Normal Thin Flat PlateArman Hemmati; Robert J. Martinuzzi; David H. Wood
15:00-15:20
(Zurich E/F/G)
15:20-17:20
Zurich DZurich AZurich BZurich C
Session Chair: Sean Bailey10 A 1. Investigation Of Inner-outer Interactions In A Rough-wall Turbulent Boundary Layer Using Time-resolved P I VGokul Pathikonda; Kenneth Christensen10 A 2. Estimation Of The Dissipation Using P I V In Urban Boundary LayerKarin Blackman; Laurent Perret; Isabelle Calmet10 A 3. Roughness-induced Fluctuations In The Transitionally Rough RegimeNabil Abderrahaman-Elena; Ricardo García-Mayoral10 A 4. Measurement Of High Reynolds Number Turbulence In The Atmospheric Boundary Layer By Unmanned Aerial VehiclesSean Bailey; Brandon Witte; Cornelia Schlagenhauf; Brian Greene; Phillip Chilson10 A 5. Turbulence Statistics In Rib-roughened Rough-to-smooth (rts) Channel FlowsUmair Ismail; Tamer Zaki; Paul Durbin10 A 6. Effects Of Surface Roughness Topography In Developed And Transient Open-channel FlowsJunlin Yuan Session Chair: Philippe Lavoie10 B 1. Turbulent Drag Reduction By Wavy WallSacha Ghebali; Sergei Chernyshenko; Michael Leschziner10 B 2. Control Of Boundary Layer Streaks Induced By Freestream Turbulence Using Plasma ActuatorsKevin Gouder; Ahmed Naguib; Philippe Lavoie; Jonathan Morrison10 B 3. Prediction And Verification Of Full-scale Ship Performance Of Frictional Drag Reduction CoatingInwon Lee; Hyun Park10 B 4. Turbulent Drag Reduction In Channel And Pipe Flows Over Super-hydrophobic SurfacesHyung Jae Lim; Jae Hwa Lee10 B 5. Turbulent Drag Reduction By Anisotropic Permeable CoatingsGarazi Gomez-de-Segura; Ricardo Garcia-Mayoral10 B 6. Drag Reduction Via Transversal Wave Motions Of Structured SurfacesMarian Albers; Pascal S. Meysonnat; Wolfgang Schröder Session Chair: Leo Hellström10 C 1. Linear Dynamics Of Large-scale Structures In Turbulent JetsOliver Schmidt; Tim Colonius; Guillaume Bres10 C 2. Role Of Initial Conditions In The Evolution Of An Axisymmetric Turbulent Jet Due To Geometrical Effects On The Near-field CoherenceMassimiliano Breda; Oliver Buxton10 C 3. The Influence Of The Turbulent/non-turbulent Interface Geometry On Local EntrainmentDhiren Mistry; James Dawson; Jimmy Philip; Ivan Marusic10 C 4. Single Stream Shear Layer And The Viscous SuperlayerJohn Foss; Kyle Bade; Douglas Neal; Richard Prevost; Scott Morris10 C 5. Analysis Of A Rectangular Supersonic Multi-stream Jet By L E S And ExperimentsMatthew Berry; Cory Stack; Mohd Ali; Andrew Magstadt; Datta Gaitonde; Mark Glauser10 C 6. Flow And Sound Fields Of Temporal Subsonic Round JetsChristophe Bogey Session Chair: Koji Fukagata10 D 1. Numerical Study Of Turbulent Channel Flow Laden With Finite-size Non-spherical ParticlesLuca Brandt; Mehdi Niazi Ardekani; Francesco Picano; Pedro Costa; Wim-Paul Breugem10 D 2. Numerical Investigation Of The Interaction Between Local Flow Structures And Particulate Fouling On Structured Heat Transfer SurfacesRobert Kasper; Johann Turnow; Nikolai Kornev10 D 3. Experimental Evaluation Of Interchannel Multi-phase Mixing Through A Narrow GapJames Gose; Zakaria Tazi Hnyine; Simo Mäkiharju; Alexander Mychkovsky; John Buchanan; Kirk Lowe; Steven Ceccio10 D 4. A-priori And A-posteriori Assessment Of L E S Subgrid Models For Liquid Jet AtomizationMarkus Klein; Sebastian Ketterl10 D 5. Influence Of Viscosity On Coalescence And Break-up Of Large Droplets In Turbulent Channel FlowFrancesco Zonta; Alessio Roccon; Alfredo Soldati10 D 6. D N S Of The Evaporation Of Acetone Droplets In A Saturated Turbulent Jet SprayFederico Dalla Barba; Francesco Picano
17:20-17:30
(Zurich D)Session Chair: Martin Oberlack

 

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