UMich/NASA Symposium on
Advances in Turbulence Modeling
Registration and other details will be updated soon.
Where: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
When: July 11/12/13, 2017
- Discuss the state-of-the-art in turbulence modeling
- Place some of the newer developments in RANS modeling (such as uncertainty quantification, data-driven modeling) in the context of main-stream turbulence modeling.
- Explore synergies between turbulence theory, ‘traditional’ turbulence modeling routes and `emergent’ ideas
- Discuss expectations (and “glass-ceiling”) of turbulence models in analysis, design and decision-making
- Discuss the extent to which RANS can be employed in a Wall-modeled LES setting
- Provide input for a position paper on the status of turbulence modeling and a vision for the future
- Invited talks : 30 min each
- Contributed talks : 15 min each
- White board discussions : 1 hour each
- 1 session on progress towards the NASA RCA validation workshop
Talks (no paper) are solicited in areas related to the objectives of the symposium. For example: Near-wall turbulence modeling; DNS/LES/Experiments focused towards improving/developing turbulence models; data-driven turbulence modeling; uncertainty quantification as related to turbulence modeling; Non-equilibrium turbulence modeling; PDF methods; turbulence theory; advanced second moment closures; novel use of turbulence models; thoughts/predictions regarding the future of turbulent flow prediction; industry perspectives, benchmarking, V&V, etc.
- Karthik Duraisamy (University of Michigan)
- Philippe Spalart (Boeing)
- Chris Rumsey (NASA Langley)
Leading Edge Aeronautics Research for NASA program
Center for Data-driven Computational Physics, University of Michigan
Karthik Duraisamy, firstname.lastname@example.org