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Old   June 22, 2006, 12:55
Default streamwise coefficient multiplier
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Rosalba Cobos De los Santos
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Can anyone tell me how to define the streamwise coeffcient multiplier for the transverse loss model.

I know the transverse multiplier is typically taken to be about 10-100, but what is your starting point to define that value?
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Old   June 22, 2006, 15:58
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This sets the transverse momentum coefficient to be x times larger than the streamwise coefficient, effectively "straightening" the flow. A value of 10 is usually enough to force the flow to align with the specified direction.

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Old   June 22, 2006, 17:12
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Rosalba Cobos De los Santos
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Thank you Robin!!
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Old   July 13, 2006, 10:08
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leonardo urbiola
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Yo no sé nada de eso al respecto... pero opino que me da gusto que el peje no ganó las elecciones
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