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mohammad May 9, 2013 10:51

What is the difference between SST-K-W and SST-K-W with fully turbulence transitional
 
Hi everybody,

Could anybody explain "the difference between SST-K-W and SST-K-W with fully turbulence transitional option" for me?

Regards,
Mohammad

ghorrocks May 9, 2013 18:07

The SST turbulence model has an optional additional model which models laminar to turbulent transition.

Does this explain your question?

ttu004 March 12, 2014 20:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by ghorrocks (Post 426424)
The SST turbulence model has an optional additional model which models laminar to turbulent transition.

Does this explain your question?

Hi Glenn

I just have the similar question in mind:confused:

Is having fully turbulent option turned on under Transitional Turbulence options of the SST model in CFX-Pre the same as having a default SST turbulence model (without activating transitional turbulence options) - the two-equation eddy-viscosity mode. Is this correct?

Cheers
Tom

ghorrocks March 12, 2014 22:58

This question has been answered in this thread: http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/cfx...ransition.html


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