Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Turbulence Modelling Approaches - Current State, Development Prospects, Applications

Book metrics overview

17,148 Chapter Downloads

View Full Metrics

Academic Editor

Konstantin Volkov
Konstantin Volkov

Kingston University London,
United Kingdom

Published26 July 2017

Doi10.5772/65527

ISBN978-953-51-3350-6

Print ISBN978-953-51-3349-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-4719-0

Copyright year2017

Number of pages250

Read more
Order Print Copy

Edited Volume and chapters are indexed in

  • Google Scholar
  • DOAB
  • Crossref
  • Dimension
  • OpenAIRE
  • AZ ebsco
  • Worldcat
Show more

Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

1. Critical Assessment of Hybrid RANS-LES Modeling for Attached and Separated Flows

By Mohammad Faridul Alam, David Thompson and Dibbon Keith Walters

2,183
2
3. Interface Instability and Turbulent Mixing

By Jingsong Bai and Tao Wang

1,971
5. Turbulence Transport in Rotor-Stator and Stator-Rotor Stages of Axial Flow Fans

By Jesús Manuel Fernández Oro, Andrés Meana Fernández and Bruno Pereiras García

1,622
1,955
2
8. Testing Physical and Mathematical Criteria in a New Meandering Autocorrelation Function

By Charles R.P. Szinvelski, Lidiane Buligon, Michel Baptistella Stefanello, Silvana Maldaner, Debora R. Roberti and Gervásio Annes Degrazia

1,148
1
9. Underwater Optical Wireless Communication Systems: A Concise Review

By Lydia K. Gkoura, George D. Roumelas, Hector E. Nistazakis, Harilaos G. Sandalidis, Alexander Vavoulas, Andreas D. Tsigopoulos and George S. Tombras

2,696
25

IMPACT OF THIS BOOK AND ITS CHAPTERS

17,148 Total Chapter Downloads

3,095 Total Chapter Views

36 Crossref Citations

14 Web of Science Citations

47 Dimensions Citations

Order a print copy of this book

£119 (ex. VAT)*

Hardcover | Printed Full Colour

IntechOpen Contributor? Get your Discount

FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE

Order & Delivery info

* Residents of European Union countries need to add a Book Value-Added Tax Rate based on their country of residence. Institutions and companies, registered as VAT taxable entities in their own EU member state, will not pay VAT by providing IntechOpen with their VAT registration number. This is made possible by the EU reverse charge method.

Instructor? Request an Exam Copy