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* Apsilidis, N., Diplas, P., Dancey, C. L., and Bouratsis, P. (2015). Time-resolved flow dynamics and Reynolds number effects at a wall-cylinder junction. ''Journal of Fluid Mechanics'' 776, 475-511.
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* Baghbadorani, D. A., Beheshti, A. & Ataie-Ashtiani, B. (2017) Scour hole depth prediction around pile groups: review, comparison of existing methods, and proposition of a new approach. ''Natural Hazards'' 88(2), 977-1001.
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* Baker, C. J. (1980) The turbulent horseshoe vortex. ''Journal of wind engineering and industrial aerodynamics'' 6, 9-23.
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* Bruns, J., Dengel, P. & Fernholz, H. H. (1992). Mean flow and turbulence measurements in an incompressible two-dimensional turbulent boundary layer. Part I: data. Tech. Rep., Herman-Föttinger-Institut für Thermo- und Fluiddynamik, TU Berlin.
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* Clauser, F.H. (1954). Turbulent boundary layer in adverse pressure gradients. ''J. Aero. Sci.'' 21:91–108.
 +
* Dargahi, B. (1989). The turbulent flow field around a circular cylinder. ''Experiments in Fluids'' 8(1-2):1-12.
 +
* Devenport, W. J. and Simpson, R. L. (1990). Timedependent and time-averaged turbulence structure near the nose of a wing-body junction. ''Journal of Fluid Mechanics'' 210:23-55.
 +
* Escauriaza, C. and Sotiropoulos, F. (2011). Reynolds Number Effects on the Coherent Dynamics of the Turbulent Horseshoe Vortex System. ''Flow, Turbulence and Combustion'' 86(2):231-262.
 +
* Ettema, R., Kirkil, G. & Muste, M. (2006). Similitude of Large-Scale Turbulence in Experiments on Local Scour at Cylinders. ''Journal of Hydraulic Engineering'' 132(1),33-40.
 +
* Jenssen, U. (2019). Experimental Study of the Flow Around a Scouring Bridge Pier. PhD thesis, Technical University of Munich, Germany.
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* Kirkil, G. and Constantinescu, G. (2015). Effects of cylinder Reynolds number on the turbulent horseshoe vortex system and near wake of a surface-mounted circular cylinder. ''Physics of Fluids'' 27(7), 075102.
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* Laursen, E. M. & Toch, A. (1956). Scour around bridge piers and abutements. Tech. Rep. ''Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research''.
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* Link, O., Pfleger, F. & Zanke, U. (2008). Characteristics of developping scour-holes at sand-embedded cylinder. ''International Journal of Sediment Research'' 23, 258-266.
 +
* Manhart, M. (2004). A zonal grid algorithm for DNS of turbulent boundary layers. ''Computers and Fluids'' 33(3):435–461.
 +
* Martinuzzi, R. & Tropea, C. (1993). The Flow Around Surface-Mounted, Prismatic Obstacles Placed in a Fully Developed Channel Flow. ''Journal of Fluids Engineering'' 115(1),85-92.
 +
* Melville, B. W. (2008). The physics of local scour at bridge piers. ''Fourth International Conference on Scour and Erosion (ICSE-4)'', Tokyo, Japan
 +
* Melville, B. W. & Raudkivi, A. J. (1977). Flow characteristics in local scour at bridge piers. ''Journal of Hydraulic Research'' 15(4), 373-380.
 +
* Nicoud, F. & Ducros, F. (1999). Subgrid-scale stress modelling based on the square of the velocity gradient tensor. ''Flow, Turbulence and Combustion'' 62(3):183–200.
 +
* Paik, J., Escauriaza, C., and Sotiropoulos, F. (2007). On the bimodal dynamics of the turbulent horseshoe vortex system in a wing-body junction. ''Physics of Fluids'' (19):045107.
 +
* Peller, N. (2010). Numerische Simulation turbulenter Strömungen mit Immersed Boundaries. PhD thesis, Technische Universität München, München.
 +
* Peller, N., Duc, A. L., Tremblay, F. & Manhart, M. (2006). High-order stable interpolations for immersed boundary methods. ''International Journal of Numerical Methods in Fluids'' 52:1175–1193.
 +
* Pfleger, F. (2011). Experimentelle Untersuchung der Auskolkung um einen zylindrischen Brückenpfeiler. PhD thesis in german, Technical University of Munich, Germany.
 +
* Roulund, A., Mutlu Sumer, B., Fredsoe, J. & Michelsen, J. (2005). Numerical and experimental investigation of flow and scour around a circular pile. ''Journal of Fluid Mechanics'' 534, 351-401.
 +
* Schanderl, W. (2018). Large-Eddy Simulation of the flow around a wall-mounted cylinder. PhD thesis, Technical University of Munich, Germany.
 +
* Schanderl, W., Jenssen, U., and Manhart, M. (2017a). Near-wall stress balance in front of a wall-mounted cylinder. ''Flow, Turbulence and Combustion'' 99(3-4):665–684.
 +
* Schanderl, W., Jenssen, U., Strobl, C., and Manhart, M. (2017b). The structure and budget of turbulent kinetic energy in front of a wall-mounted cylinder. ''Journal of Fluid Mechanics'' 827:285-321.
 +
* Schanderl, W. and Manhart, M. (2016). Reliability of wall shear stress estimations of the flow around a wall-mounted cylinder. ''Computers and Fluids'' 128:16-29.
 +
* Schanderl, W. and Manhart, M. (2018). Dissipation of Turbulent Kinetic Energy in a Cylinder Wall Junction Flow. ''Flow, Turbulence and Combustion'' 101(2):499–519.
 +
* Simpson, R. L. (2001). Junction Flows. ''Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics'', 33:415-443.
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Cylinder-wall junction flow

Underlying Flow Regime 3-35

References

  • Apsilidis, N., Diplas, P., Dancey, C. L., and Bouratsis, P. (2015). Time-resolved flow dynamics and Reynolds number effects at a wall-cylinder junction. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 776, 475-511.
  • Baghbadorani, D. A., Beheshti, A. & Ataie-Ashtiani, B. (2017) Scour hole depth prediction around pile groups: review, comparison of existing methods, and proposition of a new approach. Natural Hazards 88(2), 977-1001.
  • Baker, C. J. (1980) The turbulent horseshoe vortex. Journal of wind engineering and industrial aerodynamics 6, 9-23.
  • Bruns, J., Dengel, P. & Fernholz, H. H. (1992). Mean flow and turbulence measurements in an incompressible two-dimensional turbulent boundary layer. Part I: data. Tech. Rep., Herman-Föttinger-Institut für Thermo- und Fluiddynamik, TU Berlin.
  • Clauser, F.H. (1954). Turbulent boundary layer in adverse pressure gradients. J. Aero. Sci. 21:91–108.
  • Dargahi, B. (1989). The turbulent flow field around a circular cylinder. Experiments in Fluids 8(1-2):1-12.
  • Devenport, W. J. and Simpson, R. L. (1990). Timedependent and time-averaged turbulence structure near the nose of a wing-body junction. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 210:23-55.
  • Escauriaza, C. and Sotiropoulos, F. (2011). Reynolds Number Effects on the Coherent Dynamics of the Turbulent Horseshoe Vortex System. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion 86(2):231-262.
  • Ettema, R., Kirkil, G. & Muste, M. (2006). Similitude of Large-Scale Turbulence in Experiments on Local Scour at Cylinders. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 132(1),33-40.
  • Jenssen, U. (2019). Experimental Study of the Flow Around a Scouring Bridge Pier. PhD thesis, Technical University of Munich, Germany.
  • Kirkil, G. and Constantinescu, G. (2015). Effects of cylinder Reynolds number on the turbulent horseshoe vortex system and near wake of a surface-mounted circular cylinder. Physics of Fluids 27(7), 075102.
  • Laursen, E. M. & Toch, A. (1956). Scour around bridge piers and abutements. Tech. Rep. Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research.
  • Link, O., Pfleger, F. & Zanke, U. (2008). Characteristics of developping scour-holes at sand-embedded cylinder. International Journal of Sediment Research 23, 258-266.
  • Manhart, M. (2004). A zonal grid algorithm for DNS of turbulent boundary layers. Computers and Fluids 33(3):435–461.
  • Martinuzzi, R. & Tropea, C. (1993). The Flow Around Surface-Mounted, Prismatic Obstacles Placed in a Fully Developed Channel Flow. Journal of Fluids Engineering 115(1),85-92.
  • Melville, B. W. (2008). The physics of local scour at bridge piers. Fourth International Conference on Scour and Erosion (ICSE-4), Tokyo, Japan
  • Melville, B. W. & Raudkivi, A. J. (1977). Flow characteristics in local scour at bridge piers. Journal of Hydraulic Research 15(4), 373-380.
  • Nicoud, F. & Ducros, F. (1999). Subgrid-scale stress modelling based on the square of the velocity gradient tensor. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion 62(3):183–200.
  • Paik, J., Escauriaza, C., and Sotiropoulos, F. (2007). On the bimodal dynamics of the turbulent horseshoe vortex system in a wing-body junction. Physics of Fluids (19):045107.
  • Peller, N. (2010). Numerische Simulation turbulenter Strömungen mit Immersed Boundaries. PhD thesis, Technische Universität München, München.
  • Peller, N., Duc, A. L., Tremblay, F. & Manhart, M. (2006). High-order stable interpolations for immersed boundary methods. International Journal of Numerical Methods in Fluids 52:1175–1193.
  • Pfleger, F. (2011). Experimentelle Untersuchung der Auskolkung um einen zylindrischen Brückenpfeiler. PhD thesis in german, Technical University of Munich, Germany.
  • Roulund, A., Mutlu Sumer, B., Fredsoe, J. & Michelsen, J. (2005). Numerical and experimental investigation of flow and scour around a circular pile. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 534, 351-401.
  • Schanderl, W. (2018). Large-Eddy Simulation of the flow around a wall-mounted cylinder. PhD thesis, Technical University of Munich, Germany.
  • Schanderl, W., Jenssen, U., and Manhart, M. (2017a). Near-wall stress balance in front of a wall-mounted cylinder. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion 99(3-4):665–684.
  • Schanderl, W., Jenssen, U., Strobl, C., and Manhart, M. (2017b). The structure and budget of turbulent kinetic energy in front of a wall-mounted cylinder. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 827:285-321.
  • Schanderl, W. and Manhart, M. (2016). Reliability of wall shear stress estimations of the flow around a wall-mounted cylinder. Computers and Fluids 128:16-29.
  • Schanderl, W. and Manhart, M. (2018). Dissipation of Turbulent Kinetic Energy in a Cylinder Wall Junction Flow. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion 101(2):499–519.
  • Simpson, R. L. (2001). Junction Flows. Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, 33:415-443.


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