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Default Drag coefficient and velocity profiles in behind the model
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Hi friends.
I got a problem with Fluent. Models of the deck., And two-dimensional. File is attached. Profiles velocity is Not valid in behind of decks on Various station. graph note. Density and dynamic viscosity, respectively, 1.25 and I consider 1.5e-5. values of Reynolds is Based on the deck height. was trouble to calculate the drag coefficient.,consider, I think that do not enter the correct reference values​​. grateful I am that I can help. I really need help and guidance. Notice that I'm validating values with aexperimental thesis​​.
Non-Dimensional station and velocity profile are in thesis. In this case, the speed is real and is not non dimensinal. velocity Profiles are not good in behind off deck. Thank you. Thanks




my model::




Diagram of the experimental:





fluent:



http://uplod.ir/9miwscuz6beg/fluent.rar.htm


Gambit:


http://uplod.ir/92v2iim40c72/Gambit.rar.htm
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