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Flow control for a simplified truck using an array of streamwise synthetic jets

Guglielmo Minelli
Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences (M2), Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg 41296, Sweden

T. Liu
Key Laboratory of Traffic Safety on Track of Ministry of Education, School of Traffic & Transportation Engineering, Central South University, Changsha, 410075, China

J. Zhang
Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences (M2), Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg 41296, Sweden

Valery G. Chernoray
Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

Branislav Basara
AVL LIST GmbH, Advanced Simulation Technologies, Hans List Platz 1, 8020 Graz, Austria

Sinisa Krajnovic
Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences (M2), Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg 41296, Sweden

要約

LES simulations at Re = 1 × 105 and wind tunnel experiments at Re = 5 × 105 were conducted to investigate the beneficial effect of an active flow control (AFC) technique on the aerodynamic performance of a simplified truck geometry. The paper involves the investigation of a synthetic jet actuator characterized by periodic blowing and suction that defines a zero net mass flux flow control mechanism. The actuation aims to suppress the flow separation occurring at the A-pillar (front rounded corner) of a truck cabin. The work flow is defined as follow. First, LES at low Reynolds number are conducted for different disposition of the actuation slots. The results show a beneficial effect when the actuation slots are positioned in streamwise direction compared to spanwise (vertical) direction. Second, based on the previous considerations, wind tunnel experiments are conducted to verify and support the numerical findings. Both numerical solutions and experimental data show the same trend and the superiority of streamwise aligned AFC slots.

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