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Old   September 24, 2002, 06:50
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Lee
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Dear colleague

I am now calculating the tip leakage flow in an axial flow fan. I used Reynolds stress model to compute the turbulent eddy viscosity. Fluent give me information on six Reynolds stress term (with Cartesian component). Is it possible to convert these terms into the cylindrical component?

Thank you for reading and please give me information.

G.H. Lee
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