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Old   February 15, 2013, 06:37
Question Laminar Separation Bubble and transition
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Hello everybody,
I am simulating the laminar separation bubble over thin 2D airfoils at low Re
Re from 70 k to 200 k , using Transition SST model.

I explored the threads and posts about this issue, but I am confused in some points, hopping to be clarified ...

1- Should I use unsteady simulation to capture LSB and transition location?
2- How can I specify the bubble geometry and transition location? pressure contours?velocity contours? Cp- plateau? stream function? all?

thanks in advance
Mamdouh

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