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Old   June 10, 2014, 03:24
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I am currently using SAS Turbulence Model for my Ansys Fluent Simulation(Ansys 14.5.7). I want to know the y+ for this model which I am unable to. Can anyone guide me on that..Thanks in advance.
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Under results plot the y plus (it is under the turbulence choice i think) for a given named selection, then you can easily see what y+ -value you have on the walls for example.

If you are wondering what y+ you should have I would say that it is preferred to have it at unity since SAS uses some kind of enhanced wall treatment.
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