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3D Taylor-Green vortex Direct Numerical Simulation statistics from Re=1250 to Re=20000

Sylvain Laizet; Eric Lamballais; J. Christos Vassilicos; Thibault Dairay

Statistical data for the 3D Taylor Green flow from Re=1250 to Re=20000 obtained with the flow solver Incompact3d

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# When publishing results using this data, the following paper should be cited as the source:  
# Thibault Dairay, Eric Lamballais, Sylvain Laizet and John Christos Vassilicos
# Numerical dissipation vs. subgrid-scale modelling for large eddy simulation
# Journal of Computational Physics 337 (2017) 252–274
# https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcp.2017.02.035
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# Column 1  : time t
# Column 2  : kinetic energy E_k [=(u^2+v^2+w^2)/2]
# Column 3  : dissipation epsilon_t [=-dE_k/dt]
# Column 4  : dissipation epsilon [= nu ((du/dx)^2+(du/dy)^2+(du/dz)^2+(dv/dx)^2+(dv/dy)^2+(dv/dz)^2+(dw/dx)^2+(dw/dy)^2+ dw/dz)^2)]
# Column 5  : enstrophy Dzeta [=2 nu epsilon]
# Column 6  : mean square u^2
# Column 7  : mean square v^2
# Column 8  : mean square w^2
# Column 9  : mean square (du/dx)^2
# Column 10 : mean square (du/dy)^2
# Column 11 : mean square (du/dz)^2
# Column 12 : mean square (dv/dx)^2
# Column 13 : mean square (dv/dy)^2
# Column 14 : mean square (dv/dz)^2
# Column 15 : mean square (dw/dx)^2
# Column 16 : mean square (dw/dy)^2
# Column 17 : mean square (dw/dz)^2

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TGV_Re10000.dat
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TGV_Re1250.dat
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TGV_Re1600.dat
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TGV_Re20000.dat
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TGV_Re2500.dat
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TGV_Re5000.dat
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  • Dairay, T., Lamballais, E., Laizet, S., & Vassilicos, J. C. (2017). Numerical dissipation vs. subgrid-scale modelling for large eddy simulation. Journal of Computational Physics, 337, 252-274.
  • Laizet, S., & Lamballais, E. (2009). High-order compact schemes for incompressible flows: A simple and efficient method with quasi-spectral accuracy. Journal of Computational Physics, 228(16), 5989-6015.
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