January  June 1999
Organisers: GF Hewitt (Imperial College), PA Monkewitz (Lausanne), N Sandham (QMW), JC Vassilicos (Cambridge)

Research Programme on Turbulence Joint INI/ERCOFTAC Workshop on DIRECT AND LARGEEDDY SIMULATION Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical SciencesCambridge, UKMay 12^{th}14^{th}, 1999 
The practical importance of turbulence led the Royal Academy of Engineering to launch an Initiative on Turbulence, the most important outcome of which was the definition and agreement of a 6month Isaac Newton Institute (INI) Research Programme to try to evaluate the fundamental issues and to develop a strategy to address these issues for the future. The Isaac Newton Institute is based in a purposebuilt building designed to allow leading mathematical scientists to address together important issues in mathematical sciences.
The workshop is being jointly organised by the INI and ERCOFTAC and is the third of a series on Direct and Large Eddy Simulation organised by ERCOFTAC. Previous workshops were held at the University of Surrey in 1994 and at the Laboratoire LEGI in Grenoble in 1996. Published proceedings from previous workshops can be found in
Direct and LargeEddy Simulation I ed. P.R. Voke, L. Kleiser
and J.P. Chollet, 1994, Kluwer.
Direct and LargeEddy Simulation II ed. J.P. Chollet, P.R. Voke
and L. Kleiser, 1997, Kluwer.
The organisers of the 1999 Cambridge workshop are
Dr. N.D. Sandham (Southampton)
Prof. P.R. Voke (University of Surrey)
Prof. L. Kleiser (ETH, Zurich)
The workshop will be held at the Isaac Newton Institute, 20 Clarkson Road, Cambridge, CB3 0EH, UK (Tel: (44) 1223 335999, Fax: (44) 1223 330508) Dr. Sandham will be in residence at the INI in Cambridge from January until June 1999 and will handle local arrangements.
Wednesday 12 May
08.3009.20 Registration
09.2009.30 Welcome from the Director and introduction from the organisers
09.3010.20 [1.1] BJ Geurts (Twente)
Balancing
errors in LES
10.2010.45 [1.2] M SalinasVázquez & O Métais
(Grenoble)
LES
of the turbulent flow in a heated square duct
10.4511.05 Coffee
11.0511.30 [1.3] P Orlandi (Roma) & G.F. Carnevale (UC, San
Diego)
LES
of buoyancy flows with stratification
11.3011.55 [1.4] X Zhou, KH Luo & JJR Williams (QMW)
LES
of spatially developing isothermal and buoyant jets
11.5512.20 [1.5] F Mathey, J Fröhlich & W Rodi (Karlsruhe)
LES
of heat transfer in turbulent flow over a wall mounted matrix of cubes
12.2012.45 [1.6] S Krajnovic (Chalmers), D Müller (Aachen)
& L Davidson (Chalmers)
Comparison
of two oneequation subgrid models in recirculating flows
12.4514.00 Lunch
14.0014.50 [1.7] A Leonard (CALTECH)
A
tensordiffusivity subgrid model for largeeddy simulation
14.5015.15 [1.8] C Kannepalli & U Piomelli (Maryland)
LES
of a threedimensional sheardriven turbulent boundary layer
15.1515.40 [1.9] F Peneau, D Legendre, J Magnaudet & HC Boisson
(IMF, Toulouse)
LES
of a spatially evolving boundary layer using a dynamic mixed model
15.4016.00 Tea
16.0016.25 [1.10] J Held & L Fuchs (Lund Institute of Technology)
LES
of shockinduced separation
16.2516.50 [1.11] E Garnier, P Sagaut & M Deville (ONERA &
EPFL)
LES
of shock/homogeneous turbulence interaction
16.5017.15 [1.12] V Armenio (Trieste), U Piomelli (Maryland) &
V Fiorotto (Trieste)
Applications
of a Lagrangian mixed subgridscale model in generalized coordinates
17.1517.30 Posters
E Fedorovich
LES of transition regimes in a channel flow over a rough, heated plate
A Sergent
DNS and LES of the natural convection flow and heat transfer in heated
cavities;
S Xin
LES of Rough Surface Boundary Layers
RK Byskov
LES of turbulent channel flow using commercial CFD
C Moulinec
Investigation of two possible methods for efficient calculation of complex
geometries
JC Vassilicos
Scalar subgrid model with flow structure for largeeddy
simulations of scalar invariances.
17.30 Wine Reception
Thursday 13 May
09.0009.50 [2.1] J Jimenez (Madrid)
Limits
and performance of eddy viscosity subgrid models
09.5010.15 [2.2] S Stolz, NA Adams & L Kleiser (ETH Zurich)
The
approximate deconvolution model applied to LES of turbulent channel flow
10.1510.40 [2.3] EJ Avital & KH Luo (QMW)
Compressible
subgrid models for LES of cold and hot mixing layers
10.4011.00 Coffee
11.0011.25 [2.4] E Monteuil, P Sagaut, O Labbé (ONERA) &
C. Cambon (Lyon)
Assessment
of nonFickian subgridscale models fo passive scalar in a channel flow
11.2511.50 [2.5] NA Adams (ETH Zurich) & A Leonard (CALTECH)
Deconvolution
of subgridscales for the simulation of shockturbulence interaction
11.5012.15 [2.6] D Carati (Brussels), GS Winckelmans & H Jeanmart
(Louvain)
Exact
expansions for filtered scales modelling with a wide class of LES
filters
12.1512.30 Posters
J Meyers
Towards consistent filtering for large eddy simulations using finite
volume techniques
GS Winckelman
New mixed models for LES in the velocitypressure and velocityvorticity
formulations: truncated Leonard expansion supplemented by a dynamic term
C Jimenez
A priori and a posteriori test of subgrid models for scalar transport
NKR Kevlahan
Turbulent flow through cylinder arrays calculated using a pseudospectral
method with d'Arcy penalisation
N Pedersen
Coherent structures in the wake of a cylinder of square cross section:
PIV / LES
12.4514.00 Lunch
14.0014.50 [2.7] M Germano (Turin)
From
RANS to DNS: Towards a bridging model
14.5015.15 [2.8] J Maurer & M Frey (ETH Zurich)
A
scaleresidual model for LES
15.1515.40 [2.9] C Brun & R Friedrich (TU Munich)
Apriori
tests of SGS models in fully developed pipe flow and a new local
formulation
15.4016.00 Tea
16.0016.25 [2.10] JC Magnient, P Sagaut (ONERA) & M Deville
(EPFL)
Analysis
of meshindependent subfilterscale models for turbulent flows
16.2516.50 [2.11] F Bouchon & T Dubois (CNRS)
Incremental
unknowns: a tool for LES?
16.50 17.15 [2.12] F Ducros, T Soulères, F Laporte, P Moinat,
C Weber, B Caruelle (CERFACS) & V Guinot (IHE)
Highorder
skewsymmetric Jameson schemes for unsteady compressible flows
19.00 Conference Dinner  University Centre
Friday 14 May
09.0009.50 [3.1] R Kerr (NCAR)
Dynamic
backscatter tests of decaying isotropic
09.5010.15 [3.2] Y Bury & JL Estivales (ONERA)
Particles
dispersion in supersonic shear layers by DNS
10.1510.40 [3.3] G Brethouwer & FTM Nieuwstadt (Delft)
Mixing
of weakly and strongly diffusive passive scalers in isotropic turbulence
10.4011.00 Coffee
11.0011.25 [3.4] D Thévenin & R Baron (Ecole Centrale
Paris)
Investigation
of turbulent nonpremixed flames using DNS with detailed chemistry
11.2511.50 [3.5] J Allain, M Braza, D Faghani & H Persillon
(IMFT)
3D
vortex dynamics and natural vortex dislocations in the wake of a
circular
cylinder by DNS
11.5012.15 [3.6] TH Hüttl & R Friedrich (TU Munich)
Turbulent
flow in coiled pipes
12.1512.30 Posters
K.W. Jenkins and R.S. Cant
DNS of turbulent flame kernels
M. Lange
Structure and properties of premixed flames in turbulent flow fields
G. Baerwolff
Study of a transitional backward facing step flow with boundary layer
manipulation
AEP Veldman
Progress on DNS of flow past a square cylinder
X. Jiang
DNS of the puffing phenomena of an axisymmetric plume
12.3014.00 Lunch
14.0014.50 [3.7] S Sarkar (UCSD)
Contributions
of DNS to the investigation of compressible turbulent shear flows
14.5015.15 [3.8] A Bouhadji & M Braza (IMF, Toulouse)
Threedimensional
transition features in the transonic viscous flow around a wing by
direct simulation
15.1515.40 [3.9] ICC De Bruin, BJ Geurts (Twente) & JGM Kuerten
(Eindhoven)
Statistical
analysis of the turbulent mixing layer
15.4016.00 Tea
16.0016.25 [3.10] HJ Kaltenbach (Berlin)
DNS
of flow over a swept rearward facing step
16.2516.50 [3.11] H Kawamura & T Sumori (Tokyo)
DNS
of turbulent flow in a channel with longitudinally ridged walls
16.5017.15 [3.12] M Manhart & R Friedrich (TU Munich)
Towards
DNS of separated turbulent boundary layers