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Old   December 10, 2003, 19:21
Default Turbulence in Fluent
Ian Davidson
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Does anyone know which k-epsilon model fluent uses?

Also, while writing a subroutine in C, what is the symbol used for momentum boundary layer thickness? Can fluent even report boundary layer thickness?

If any of you geniuses out there can help me it'd be much appreciated.
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Old   December 11, 2003, 14:29
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FLUENT allows you to choose among three different k-eps models: Standard, RNG, Realizable. You can choose between Standard and Non-Equilibrium wall functions, or the Enhanced Wall Treatment for managing the near-wall zone.

See the manual for further info.

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