|April 29, 2011, 16:32||
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which is the best turbulence model for modelling high swirl combustion chambers? Is the k-epsilon model suitable enough? The fluid flow has swirl factors from 1 to 10.
|May 2, 2011, 04:31||
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I would suggest you to use RSM. But I have seen some literatures proving k epsilon model to provide results very close to that of RSM (only for certain problems not always guaranteed). Its better to run RSM if computational cost is not an issue.
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