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Old   December 14, 2005, 20:29
Default Info about transition modelling
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kris
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Hi friends,

i have a no clue about this..

what is transiton turbulance? how it works? how transition will be modelled?

please provide some information to study. very urgent to continue my work. please give me some information about this.

Thanks Kris
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Old   December 15, 2005, 07:41
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TRANSITION TO TURBOLENCE IS ALSO CALLED BUFFER ZONE. REFERENCING TO THE BOUNDARY LAYER FORMATION OVER A FLAT, YOU KNOW THAT IN THE TURBULENCE ZONE THERE IS A THIN LAYER NEAR THE WALL CALLED LAMINAR SUB LAYER. BETWEEN THE TURBULENT BOUNDARY LAYER AND THE LAMINAR ONE, THERE IS THE BUFFER LAYER. THIS IS THE TRANSITION. VERY DIFFICULT TO MODELL. SEE ALSO THE LAST RELEASE OF CFX: MODEL LES
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