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Old   August 4, 2014, 22:36
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I notice that the CFX tutorial gives very strict grids regulations for Gamma Re Theta transitional model grids. The CFX tutorial also declares that if the grids quality doesnít follow the rules, the transition onset prediction will be much less accurate. But the Fluent tutorial doesnít give any particular grids quality requirement to Gamma Re Theta transitional model than SST model.

So Iím wondering are the transitional model in CFX and Fluent all the same?
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Hi,

I notice that the CFX tutorial gives very strict grids regulations for Gamma Re Theta transitional model grids. The CFX tutorial also declares that if the grids quality doesnít follow the rules, the transition onset prediction will be much less accurate. But the Fluent tutorial doesnít give any particular grids quality requirement to Gamma Re Theta transitional model than SST model.

So Iím wondering are the transitional model in CFX and Fluent all the same?
Could anyone help on this question?
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Hi,

I notice that the CFX tutorial gives very strict grids regulations for Gamma Re Theta transitional model grids. The CFX tutorial also declares that if the grids quality doesnít follow the rules, the transition onset prediction will be much less accurate. But the Fluent tutorial doesnít give any particular grids quality requirement to Gamma Re Theta transitional model than SST model.

So Iím wondering are the transitional model in CFX and Fluent all the same?
Both are same and enforces same grid requirements...
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