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anindya September 19, 2003 05:53

LES Tutorial using fluent
 
Is there any LES tutorial using FLUENT ?

Thanks

Anindya

Chetan Kadakia September 25, 2003 05:05

Re: LES Tutorial using fluent
 
There is. Fluent has an acoustic model where LES is used with flow over a cylinder.

Why do you need a tutorial using Fluent? LES requires a fine mesh and small time step. Other than that, just select the LES and run it.

What are you trying to accomplish? How can I help you?

anindya September 25, 2003 11:36

Re: LES Tutorial using fluent
 
I am trying to simulate an impinging jet flow using LES. I would like to see the jet coming out of the nozzle and then hitting the ground plane. I would also like to see how the wall jet then develop and the boundary layer profile at various r/D distances on the ground surface.

I am also trying to see how the ground pressures change if instead of having a stationary jet, the jet nozzle is moving at some velocity v relative to the ground plane.

How can I do that? Can you give me some insight to modeling these?


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