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Old   September 8, 2010, 11:45
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Hi Friends,
I am simulating a pipe flow using different turbulence models. what is weird is that after getting a good convergence I do not see any difference between actual velocities and mean velocities. also, the rms values are very small!!
I appreciate if you help me.
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