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Old   October 22, 2012, 06:32
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Hello guys,

I wanted to ask about the best practice guide lines for the mesh used. I know for RANS you keep on refining the mesh until you get a mesh independent solution. For LES a best practice is integral length scale/filter width should be about 10. But what about URANS and SAS? What are the best practice meshes for such simulations?

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You might want to read Best Practice: Scale-Resolving Simulations in ANSYS CFD by F. R. Menter. It can be downloaded from the ANSYS Customer Portal.
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