Johns Hopkins Turbulence Databases










Dataset descriptions



1. Forced isotropic turbulence:

Direct numerical simulation (DNS) using 1,0243 nodes. The full time evolution is available, over 5 large-scale turnover times.



2. Forced MHD turbulence:

Direct numerical simulation (DNS) of magneto-hydrodynamic isotropic turbulence using 1,0243 nodes. The full time evolution is available, over about 1 large-scale turnover time.



3. Channel flow:

Direct numerical simulation (DNS) of channel flow turbulence in a domain of size 8π x 2 x 3π , using 2048 x 512 x 1536 nodes. The full time evolution is available, over a flow-through time across across the 8&pi channel



4. Homogeneous buoyancy driven turbulence:

Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) of homogeneous buoyancy driven turbulence in a domain size 2π x 2π x 2π, using 1,0243 nodes. The full time evolution is available, covering both the buoyancy driven increase in turbulence intensity as well as the buoyancy mediated turbulence decay.



5. Forced Isotropic Turbulence Dataset on 40963 Grid:

Direct numerical simulation (DNS) using 40963 nodes. A single timestep snapshot is available.

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Last update: 11/6/2017 10:35:51 PM