DNS Channel Data Re_tau=10000 high moments
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This dataset contains the statistical moments based on the instantaneous velocities (H-moments) up to order 6 of a new Direct Numerical Simulation of a Poiseuille channel flow that has been conducted for a friction Reynolds number of 10000, using the pseudo-spectral code LISO.Authors:M. Oberlack, S. Kraheberger, J. Laux, TU Darmstadt.S. Hoyas, F. Alcantara-Avila, Universitat Politècnica de ValènciaReferences:1. Turbulence Statistics of Arbitrary Moments of Wall-Bounded Shear Flows: A Symmetry Approach, M. Oberlack, S. Hoyas, S. Kraheberger, F. Alcantara-Avila and J. Laux, Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 024502 – Published 10 January 2022.2. Wall turbulence at high friction Reynolds numbers, S. Hoyas, M. Oberlack, S. Kraheberger, F. Alcantara-Avila and J. Laux, Phys. Rev. Fluids 7, 014602 – Published 10 January 2022.Please check the final references before citing these papersData:The data can be directly loaded in Matlab.NOMENCLATURE:x = streamwise coordinatey = wall-normal coordinatez = spanwise coordinateh = channel half-widthU^n = nth-order moment of mean streamwise velocityutau = friction velocity(.)b = normalized by ubulkBOX SIZE in h (x,y,z): 2pi|2|1piFLOW CONDITIONS: Retau = 10049 (Re = 290000. Rebulk = 257143 ), utau = 0.034629, ubulk = 0.886746.Files:H_U1_Moments.txt: U_1 velocity moments of the instantaneous velocities (H-moments) up to order 6 of the Channel Flow DNS at Re_tau=10^4 as functions of the wall distance y (x_2).Contact:Email Sergio Hoyas, firstname.lastname@example.org about any issue with the data.The authors gratefully acknowledge computing time on the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing e.V. on the GCS Supercomputer SuperMUC-NG at Leibniz Supercomputing Centre under Project No. pr92la, on the supercomputer Lichtenberg II at TU Darmstadt under Project No. project00072, and on the supercomputer CLAIX-2018 at RWTH-Aachen under Project No. bund0008. S. V. K. gratefully acknowledges funding from projects OB96/39-1 and M.O. for partial funding from OB 96/48-1, both financed by the German Research Foundation (DFG). S. H. and F. A.-A. were supported by Contract No. RTI2018-102256-B-I00 of MINECO/FEDER. F. A.-A. is partially funded by GVA/FEDER project ACIF2018. Finally, the authors thank Paul Hollmann for help with the manuscript.
DFG subject classification404-03 Strömungsmechanik
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