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Old   March 27, 2003, 00:09
Default Pressure drop
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Senthilkumar
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In the flowdomain we are not able to get the overall pressure drop as compared with experimental results.

To get pressure drop closely with experimentalvalues, what should be the reasonable y+ value near the walls. And which Turbulence model is the best suited? We are running cold flow through the combustor of an GAs turbine, which consists of an nozzle and liner set up.

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