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Old   April 13, 2013, 12:45
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i m working on flow around a square cylinder at re= 21000 using fluent in 2-D,
please suggest me which turbulence model should i choose and how to enter respective turbulence parameters.....please reply its urgent...........
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i m working on flow around a square cylinder at re= 21000 using fluent in 2-D,
please suggest me which turbulence model should i choose and how to enter respective turbulence parameters.....please reply its urgent...........
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its simple problem in fluent 6.3 select define > viscous , appear list content option select turbulent and select k-e or k-w or any option you wanted then work other option currently in any model.
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