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Approches numériques pour l'analyse globale d'écoulements pariétaux en régime subsonique

Abstract : In open flows context, there are generally two types of dynamic : oscillators, such as cylinder flow, exhibit a well defined frequency insensitive to external perturbations (intrinsic dynamics) and noise amplifiers, such as boundary layers, jets or in some cases the separated flows, which are characterized by wider spectrum bands that depend essentially on the external noise (dynamic extrinsic). Previous studies have shown that separated flows are subject to self-induced oscillations of low frequency in incompressible regime. These studies have revealed links between the interaction of non-normal modes and low oscillations in an incompressible boundary-layer separation and it will be to establish the validity of this interpretation in a compressible regime. In this regard, non-reflecting boundary conditions have been developed to solve the eigenvalue problem formed by linearised Navier-Stokes equations. An absorbing region known as Perfectly Matched Layer has been implemented in order to damp acoustic perturbations which are generated when the compressibility of the flow is considered. A multi-domain approach using spectral collocation discretisation has also been developed in order to study the influence of this absorbing region on the stability analysis of an open cavity flow which is known to generate acoustic perturbations. Finally, we focused on separated boundary layer induced by a bump geometry in order to understand what are the effects of compressibility on the bidimensional low frequency phenomenon and also on transverse instabilities which are known to be unstable for a lots of separated flows.
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Matthieu Merle. Approches numériques pour l'analyse globale d'écoulements pariétaux en régime subsonique. Mécanique des matériaux [physics.class-ph]. Ecole nationale supérieure d'arts et métiers - ENSAM, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015ENAM0026⟩. ⟨tel-01294621⟩



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