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Part I Fundamentals: Direct simulations of wall-bounded turbulence, by Javier Jim´enez and Ricardo Garc´ıa-Mayoral -- Structure of a turbulent boundary layer studied by DNS, by Philipp Schlatter, Qiang Li, Geert Brethouwer, Arne V. Johansson, Dan S. Henningson -- A physical length-scale for LES of turbulent flow, by Ugo Piomelli, Bernard J. Geurts -- Regularization modeling of buoyancy-driven flows, by F.X. Trias, A. Gorobets, A. Oliva, R.W.C.P. Verstappen -- On the relevance of discrete test-filtering in the integral-based dynamic modelling , by Filippo Maria Denaro -- Hybrid assessment method for LES models, by Time-reversibility of Navier-Stokes turbulence and its implication for subgrid-scale models, by L. Fang, W.J.T. Bos, L. Shao and J.-P. Bertoglio -- Shearless turbulence - wall interaction: a DNS database for second-order closure modeling, by J. Bodart, L. Joly and J.-B. Cazalbou -- Anisotropic dynamics in filtered wall-turbulent flows, by A. Cimarelli and E. De Angelis -- Large Eddy Simulations of high Reynolds number cavity flows, by Xavier Gloerfelt -- Part II Methodologies and Modeling Techniques: On the development of a 6th order accurate compact finite difference scheme for incompressible flow, by Bendiks Jan Boersma -- A multilevel method applied to the numerical simulation of twodimensional incompressible flows past obstacles at high Reynolds number, by Franc¸ois Bouchon, Thierry Dubois and Nicolas James -- Large eddy simulation with adaptive r-refinement for the flow over periodic hills, by Claudia Hertel and Jochen Fr¨ohlich -- An eddy-viscosity model based on the invariants of the rate-of-strain tensor, by Roel Verstappen -- LES modeling of the turbulent flow over an Ahmed car, by O. Lehmkuhl, R. Borrell, C.D. Perez-Segarra, A. Oliva and R. Verstappen -- Spatially Variable Thresholding for Stochastic Coherent Adaptive LES, by AliReza Nejadmalayeri, Oleg V. Vasilyev, Alexei Vezolainen, and Giuliano De Stefano -- Stochastic coherent adaptive LES with time-dependent thresholding, by Giuliano De Stefano and Oleg V. Vasilyev -- Mixed subgrid scale models for classical and variational multiscale large-eddy simulations on unstructured grids, by Maria Vittoria Salvetti, Hilde Ouvrard, Bruno Koobus and Alain Dervieu -- Subgrid-Scale Model and Resolution Influences in Large Eddy Simulations of Channel Flow, by Amin Rasam, Geert Brethouwer and Arne V. Johansson -- Immersed Boundaries in Large-Eddy Simulation of a transonic cavity flow , by C. Merlin, P. Domingo and L. Vervisch -- Numerical study of turbulent-laminar patterns in MHD, rotating and stratified shear flows, by G. Brethouwer, Y. Duguet and P. Schlatter -- Comparison of SGS Models for Passive Scalar Mixing in Turbulent -- Channel Flows, by Qiang Li, Philipp Schlatter and Dan S. Henningson -- Improved wall-layer model for forced-convection environmental LES, by V. Stocca, V. Armenio and K. R. Sreenivasan -- The effect of noise on optimal perturbations for turbulent mixing , by Sara Delport, Martine Baelmans, Johan Meyers -- Part III Multiphase Flows: Direct and Large Eddy Simulation of Two-Phase Flows with Evaporation, by Josette Bellan -- Influence of Particle-Wall InteractionModeling on Particle Dynamics in Near-Wall Regions of Turbulent Channel Down-Flow, by A. Kubik and L. Kleiser -- On the Error Estimate in Sub-Grid Models for Particles in Turbulent Flows, by E. Calzavarini, A. Donini, V. Lavezzo, C. Marchioli, E. Pitton, A. Soldati and F. Toschi -- Benchmark test on particle-laden channel flow with point-particle LES, by C. Marchioli, A. Soldati, M.V. Salvetti, J.G.M. Kuerten, A. Konan, P. Fede, O. Simonin, K.D. Squires, C. Gobert, M. Manhart, M. Jaszczur, L.M. Portela -- On large eddy simulation of particle laden flow: taking advantage of spectral properties of interpolation schemes for modeling SGS effects, by Christian Gobert and Michael Manhart -- DNS of a free turbulent jet laden with small inertial particles, by F. Picano, G. Sardina, P. Gualtieri and C.M. Casciola -- A numerical simulation of the passive heat transfer in a particle-laden turbulent flow, by Marek Jaszczur -- Effect of evaporation and condensation on droplet size distribution in turbulence , by Briti S. Deb, Lilya Ghazaryan, Bernard J. Geurts, Herman J.H. Clercx, J.G.M. Kuerten and Cees W.M. van der Geld -- Reduced turbophoresis in two-way coupled particle-laden flows, by D.G.E. Grigoriadis and B.J. Geurts -- Development of a particle laden pipe flow: implications for evaporation, by G. Sardina, F. Picano, P. Gualtieri, C.M. Casciola -- Direct numerical simulation of binary-species mixing layers, by M. Pezeshki, K.H. Luo and S. Gu -- Direct Numerical Simulation of a Buoyant Droplet Array, by Marcel Kwakkel,Wim-Paul Breugem and Bendiks Jan Boersma -- Part IV Environmental Flows: LES modeling and experimental measurement of boundary layer flow over multi-scale, fractal canopies, by Jason Graham, Kunlun Bai, Charles Meneveau and Joseph Katz -- Large Eddy Simulation study of a fully developed thermal wind-turbine array boundary layer, by Marc Calaf, Charles Meneveau and Marc Parlange -- Coherent Structures in the Flow over Two-Dimensional Dunes, by Mohammad Omidyeganeh and Ugo Piomelli -- LES of turbulence around a scoured bridge abutment, by F. Bressan, F. Ballio and V. Armenio -- Large Eddy Simulation of a neutral and a stratified flow in a plane asymmetric diffuser, by F. Roman, S. Sarkar, V. Armenio -- Reynolds Number Influence on the Particle Transport in a Model Estuary , by R. Henniger and L. Kleiser -- Dispersal and fallout simulations for urban consequences management, by Fernando F. Grinstein, Gopal Patnaik, Adam J. Wachtor, Matt Nelson, Michael Brown, and Randy J. Bos -- On the Mechanisms of Pollutant Removal from Urban Street Canyons: A Large-Eddy Simulation Approach, by Chun-Ho Liu, W.C. Cheng, Tracy N.H. Chung and Colman C.C. Wong -- Part V Compressible Flows and Reactive Flows: Numerical simulations of shock-wave/boundary-layer interaction phenomena, by Neil D. Sandham and Emile Touber -- DNS of a canonical compressible nozzle flow , by Richard D. Sandberg, Victoria Suponitsky and Neil D. Sandham -- Direct numerical simulations of turbulent supersonic axisymmetric wakes, by Richard D. Sandberg -- DNS of a Variable Density Jet in the Supercritical Thermodynamic State, by F. Battista, F. Picano, G. Troiani and C.M. Casciola -- DNS Study on Control of Turbulent Heat Transfer in Curved Channel, by Takashi Uchida, Koji Matsubara, Takahiro Miura and Atsushi Sakurai -- A Priori Assessment of the Potential of Flamelet GeneratedManifolds to Model Lean Turbulent Premixed Hydrogen Combustion, by A. Donini, R.J.M. Bastiaans, J.A. van Oijen, M.S. Day and L.P.H. de Goey -- Numerical Analysis of a Swirl Stabilized Premixed Combustor with the Flamelet GeneratedManifold approach, by T. Cardoso de Souza, R.J.M. Bastiaans, B.J. Geurts and L.P.H. De Goey Direct Numerical Simulation of highly turbulent premixed flames burning methane, by Gordon Fru, G´abor Janiga and Dominique Th´evenin -- A New Subgrid Breakup Model for LES of Spray Mixing and Combustion, by S. Srinivasan, E.O. Kozaka and S. Menon -- LES Modeling of a Turbulent Lifted Flame in a Vitiated Co-flow Using an Unsteady Flamelet/Progress Variable Formulation, by Matthias Ihme and Yee Chee See -- Direct Numerical Simulation of a Turbulent ReactingWall-Jet, by Zeinab Pouransari, Geert Brethouwer and Arne V. Johansson -- Novel Developments in Subgrid-Scale Modeling for Space Plasma. Weakly compressible Turbulence in the Local Interstellar Medium, by A.A. Chernyshov, K.V. Karelsky, and A.S. Petrosyan -- Part VI Rayleigh-B´enard Flow: Numerical simulations of rotating Rayleigh-B´enard convection, by Direct Numerical Simulation and Lagrangian Particle Tracking in turbulent Rayleigh B´enard convection, by H.J.H. Clercx, V. Lavezzo and F. Toschi -- Turbulent convection in a Rayleigh-B´enard cell with solid horizontal plates of finite conductivity, by T. Czarnota and C. Wagner -- Non-Oberbeck-Boussinesq effects in three-dimensional Rayleigh-B´enard convection, by Susanne Horn, Olga Shishkina and Claus Wagner -- Analysis of the large-scale circulation and the boundary layers in turbulent Rayleigh-B´enard convection, by M. Kaczorowski, O. Shishkina, A. Shishkin, C. Wagner and K.-Q. Xia -- On DNS and LES of natural convection of wall-confined flows: Rayleigh-B´enard convection, by I. Rodr´ıguez, O. Lehmkuhl, R. Borrell and C.D. P´erez-Segarra -- Part VII Industrial Applications: The use of Direct Numerical Simulations for solving industrial flow problems , by Claus Wagner, Andrei Shishkin and Olga Shishkina -- High-order direct and large eddy simulations of turbulent flows in rotating cavities, by Serre E. -- DNS of turbulent flow in a rotating rough channel, by Vagesh D. Narasimhamurthy and Helge I. Andersson -- LES of heated fuel bundle arranged into triangular array, by S. Rolfo, J. C. Uribe and D. Laurence -- Effect of wind-turbine surface loading on power resources in LES of large wind farms, by Johan Meyers and Charles Meneveau -- DNS of a turbulent channel flow with pin fins array: parametric study by B. Cruz Perez, J. Toro Medina, & S. Leonardi -- Drag Reduction on External Surfaces Induced by WallWaves, by H.C. de Lange and Luca Brandt -- Impact of Secondary Vortices on Separation Dynamics in 3D Asymmetric Diffusers, by Hayder Schneider, Dominic von Terzi, Hans-J¨org Bauer andWolfgang Rodi -- Fluid–Structure Interaction of a Flexible Structure in a Turbulent Flow using LES, by M. Breuer, G. De Nayer, M. Muensch.

This volume continues previous DLES proceedings books, presenting modern developments in turbulent flow research. It is comprehensive in its coverage of numerical and modeling techniques for fluid mechanics. After Surrey in 1994, Grenoble in 1996, Cambridge in 1999, Enschede in 2001, Munich in 2003, Poitiers in 2005, and Trieste in 2009, the 8th workshop, DLES8, was held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, again under the auspices of ERCOFTAC. Following the spirit of the series, the goal of this workshop is to establish a state-of-the-art of DNS and LES techniques for the computation and modeling of transitional/turbulent flows covering a broad scope of topics such as aerodynamics, acoustics, combustion, multiphase flows, environment, geophysics and bio-medical applications. This gathering of specialists in the field was a unique opportunity for discussions about the more recent advances in the prediction, understanding and control of turbulent flows in academic or industrial situations.

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