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Qube August 8, 2013 15:28

"Y plus" very important!!!
 
Hi!

I need some information about the expected Y plus value for each turbulence model.

Please help me!!!

behest August 8, 2013 15:38

hello,
Y+ is very effective in the calculation, and the value may be 5-24 or 24-500 for RANS turbulence model. But it can be changeable for your simulation and results

Qube August 8, 2013 15:57

thank u for your response but i need a detailed information, such as how much acceptable y plus for realizable KE?

behest August 8, 2013 18:31

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Actually, every boundary layer is divided into three parts: 1-sublayer 2-buffer layer 3-log law layer. All RANS turbulent models estimate viscosity and this viscosity is also included of molecular and/or turbulent ones. The importance of y+ lies in the fact that which part the center point of a mesh situates. Therefore, turbulent model estimates viscosity due to that part. In the buffer layer, we cannot have a good anticipation, as a consequence, it makes a recommend to avoid a y+ value in buffer layer. I enclose a picture to give the points





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Originally Posted by Qube (Post 444634)
thank u for your response but i need a detailed information, such as how much acceptable y plus for realizable KE?


flow_CH August 10, 2013 01:53

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Originally Posted by behest (Post 444644)
Actually, every boundary layer is divided into three parts: 1-sublayer 2-buffer layer 3-log law layer. All RANS turbulent models estimate viscosity and this viscosity is also included of molecular and/or turbulent ones. The importance of y+ lies in the fact that which part the center point of a mesh situates. Therefore, turbulent model estimates viscosity due to that part. In the buffer layer, we cannot have a good anticipation, as a consequence, it makes a recommend to avoid a y+ value in buffer layer. I enclose a picture to give the points

Please explain more. Thanks

Qube August 10, 2013 06:48

my case study is a simplified car body and i want to use RKE or SST KW turbulence models. for more accurate results, how much should be y plus values?!
which one is correct? 30< y+ <300 or y+ <5 ?

behest August 10, 2013 08:15

Dear friend
The drag coefficient is depend to y+ value. I suggest to you to consider 30< y+ <300 initially; but if the results was not sufficient precision, then use another y+.
It has had an experience that the y+ <5 is achieved more accuracy

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Originally Posted by Qube (Post 444837)
Dear saeed!
my case study is a simplified car body and i want to use RKE or SST KW turbulence models. for more accurate results, how much should be y plus values?!
which one is correct? 30< y+ <300 or y+ <5 ?


Qube August 10, 2013 10:33

thank you so much!


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