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Old   September 3, 2012, 05:48
Default How to asses turbulence intensity
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I am new to the turbulence modelling and I need to specify boundary condition with turbulence.

I have Reynolds number for the inlet and I use k-e model of turbulence, thus in the content menu there is something like turbulence intensity and hydraulic diameter. I wonder how does this intensity is related to Reynold Number? How to use my Reynolds number?
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