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Old   October 14, 2002, 08:47
Default heterogeneous flow jets
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Jimmy
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As there's no info about this in the documentation i was wondering how fluent takes inhomogeneity into account.

Does the code uses a FAVRE formulation of the N.S. equations or does it uses a standard Reynolds formulation with species transport (i dont even know if this is possible).

The results i obtain let me think that's the second option witch is used because in my coaxial jet calculations seems to only take velocity ratio into account altough it's well known that it's momentum flux ratio that set the flow conditions. Any one has an idea ?
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