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Old   May 27, 2002, 21:50
Default how to decide retnolds stress
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using RSM modeling to calculate an anisotropic model,when it comes to describe "Reynolds stress component",there are two choices: from k or eps; directly give the value of each stress component. But if you choose the former, according to fluent's help documents, it is calculated by Fluent itself based on isotropic assumption------which is on the contrary to the anisotropic model, so I'd like to adopt the next way------give value to each stress component. How should I do it?
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