Talk:Large eddy simulation

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    • Add images
      • Turbulence spectra images are critical to an accurate and complete description of LES
      • The Filtered kinetic energy equation section needs an image illustrating forward- and back-scattering
    • Add a numerics section
      • to accurately represent high wavenumbers, high order methods, or very fine grids, are needed
      • references:
        • Pope 2000
        • Ghosal 1996 (JCP)
        • Leveque 1992
    • implicit vs. explicit filtering
      • Guerts ch. 5
      • Sagaut ch. 8.2, 8.3
    • Yes check.svg Done. --Charlesreid1 (talk) 06:50, 7 November 2010 (UTC)
    • Expand the SFS/SGS models section
      • include a turbulent spectra image illustrating the difference between SFS and SGS
      • Discuss classification of models
      • Discuss the "most common"
      • Possibly branch a new article from this section (since LES SGS models is an enormous topic in itself)
    • Incorporate more references
      • Right now my primary reference is Sagaut (2006)- while this is a fantastic reference, I'd strongly prefer to incorporate the POV of other authors/books
      • Many papers on LES can be referenced, particularly in the area of SGS modeling
    •  Done Have increased the number of references substantially. --Charlesreid1 (talk) 06:52, 7 November 2010 (UTC)
    • Add external links to LES research groups/professors at Universities

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    The page has grown quite a bit since the article class was assessed as "stub". I've changed the class to "start" and added a Wikiproject Physics quality control reviewing cheatsheet (see Wikipedia:WikiProject_Physics/Quality_Control. --Charlesreid1 (talk) 08:41, 30 October 2010 (UTC)

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