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Old   May 14, 2012, 09:54
Default k-epsilon or SST turbulence model?
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I am interested in the temperature distribution inside a cabinet, ( with a single inlet and two outlets).
What turbulence model should I use for accuracy sake?
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What is the Reynolds number? What Rayliegh number? Any other important physics? Does it have bluff bodies inside or is it quite smooth?
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