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## 摘要

The hydrodynamic loadings on underwater pipelines are essential parameters for pipeline design. This study integrates a Large Eddy Simulation (LES) model and the Volume of Fluid (VOF) method to examine the interaction between free surface flows and a horizontally-mounted circular cylinder. The simulated water depths and surface pressures on the cylinder were verified by the results of laboratory experiments. The numerical model was then utilized to inspect the effects of the Froude number, gap ratio and depth ratio on the flow field and the force coefficients of the submerged circular cylinder. The simulation results revealed that the effects of the water surface occur when the gap ratio h/D ≤ 1.50. The Strouhal number first increased, and then decreased as the cylinder came close to the water surface. The vortex shedding was completely suppressed when the water depth drop behind the cylinder and the downstream was a super-critical flow. In addition, when the downstream water depth changed significantly, the drag coefficient C_{D} of the cylinder was larger than that of the cylinder in an unbounded flow. The lift coefficient increased from 0 to 0.80 as the gap ratio h/D decreased, due to the asymmetric pressure distribution.

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頁（從 - 到） | 154-165 |

頁數 | 12 |

期刊 | Computers and Fluids |

卷 | 171 |

DOIs | |

出版狀態 | 已出版 - 30 7月 2018 |

## 指紋

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