Sub-grid effects of the Voigt viscoelastic regularization of a singular dyadic model of turbulence


In this work we investigate the spectral signature of Navier–Stokes–Voigt (NSV) viscoelastic fluid flows by employing numerical simulations of a singular dyadic shell model. Our results clearly show that as the relaxation time is increased above a threshold, the inertial range is reduced, conserving part of the large-scale statistics. These results differ drastically from the two power-law scenarios observed in a previous work, where the NSV model was studied via Sabra shell model simulations instead. We also show that the additional elastic term regularizes the singular dyadic model, which is the main reason behind this reduction of degrees of freedom. The results of this work aim at proposing the NSV regularization as a sub-grid model.Indisponível

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This paper was published in Pantheon.

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