Influence of common modeling choices for high-speed transverse jet-interaction simulations

Pudsey, Adrian S., Boyce, Russell R. and Wheatley, Vincent (2013) Influence of common modeling choices for high-speed transverse jet-interaction simulations. Journal of Propulsion and Power, 29 5: 1076-1086. doi:10.2514/1.B34750


Author Pudsey, Adrian S.
Boyce, Russell R.
Wheatley, Vincent
Title Influence of common modeling choices for high-speed transverse jet-interaction simulations
Journal name Journal of Propulsion and Power   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0748-4658
1533-3876
Publication date 2013-09-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.2514/1.B34750
Open Access Status Not Open Access
Volume 29
Issue 5
Start page 1076
End page 1086
Total pages 11
Place of publication Reston, VA, United States
Publisher American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Numerical simulations were carried out to determine the sensitivity of results to a variety of geometric and flow parameters commonly employed in high-speed transverse jet-interaction calculations. The configuration consisted of a single circular, flush-wall porthole injector inclined at 30 deg to the freestream in a Mach 4.0 crossflow. Injection was sonic with a jet-to-freestream momentum flux ratio of 2.1. The primary modeling parameters investigated include turbulence model, freestream turbulence intensity, turbulent Schmidt number, and several injector-pipe configurations. The simulations were conducted using the multispecies Reynolds-averaged Navier- Stokes equations with a number of popular turbulence models including the one-equation Spalart-Allmaras model and the two-equation Menter shear stress transport, two-equation realizable k-ε, and two-equation nonlinear (cubic) k-ε models. The results were found to be very sensitive to both the choice of turbulence model and value of the turbulent Schmidt number. Sensitivities to the boundary conditions imposed on the injector-pipe walls and injector configuration were noted where injection conditions were held constant, but only small variations in results were found where injection mass flow rate was held constant. Finally, variation of the freestream turbulence intensity was found to have almost no influence on the shear stress transport model; however, small effects were identified for the k-ε model.
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