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Old   May 7, 2002, 19:56
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it seems someone said that Fluent can set one zone as laminar and another zone as turbulence. but I can't find details.

I'm simulating the flow of a curved body with a ramp. I want to set the starting point of the ramp as a transition point.

would anyone like to help me how to do this?

any help is appreciated.

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it seems someone said that Fluent can set one zone as laminar and another zone as turbulence. but I can't find details.

I'm simulating the flow of a curved body with a ramp. I want to set the starting point of the ramp as a transition point.

would anyone like to help me how to do this?

any help is appreciated.

cfdzou
i have the same question, but it seems someone is trying this

http://aerojet.engr.ucdavis.edu/flue...ug/node267.htm

split grid and Specifying a Laminar Zone
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i have the same question, but it seems someone is trying this

http://aerojet.engr.ucdavis.edu/flue...ug/node267.htm

split grid and Specifying a Laminar Zone
Split the grid into two separate zones with the appropriate interface. Setup your turbulence models for all your zones. Then check the box to specify the laminar zone.
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