Conf’luence D. Sipp – (ONERA / DAAA, Université Paris-Saclay)
Mercredi 6 Février à 10 h 30 – Amphithéâtre Nougaro
The accurate reconstruction of time-averaged and unsteady data in wind-tunnels from few measurements has become an important topic in the aerospace industry. We will show here how the use of time-averaged (Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes) and fully unsteady (Navier-Stokes) models may help reconstruct a whole flow field from scarce measurements using non-linear optimization techniques. This will be illustrated on experimental and numerical configurations exhibitting separation, such as bluff-bodies, backward facing step flows or jet flows. Finally, we will show how the knowledge of the time-averaged flow and its hydrodynamic stability properties may provide an alternative efficient way of reconstructing large-scale and low-frequency unsteady features in turbulent flows.