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Old   June 7, 2002, 04:51
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rafat
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Dear all, I am trying to apply the mixing length turbulant model to one of my cases. have anyone know where to define the turbulant viscoity to be applied with this model. I have access to the laminar viscousity but not the turbulant viscousity.

you help is very well appreciated.

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