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Study of discrete test filters and finite difference approximations for the dynamic subgrid‐scale stress model
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35.For a more accurate comparison, appropriately filtered DNS data should be used. For the filtered DNS turbulent kinetic energy will show slightly lower values for the simulation. For the simulation the resolved turbulent kinetic energy will be further reduced. However, due to the lack of such data for the top-hat filter we compare with the DNS data.
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