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Old   June 10, 2004, 08:01
Default V2F turbulence model
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Karunakaran
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hi all, iam analysing flow through conical diffuser.since the geometry is subjected to adverse pressure gradient the V2F turbulence model is needed for predicting the flow seperation near wall.so i wouldlike to know whether Fluent6.1 has this model in built or i have to write my UDF for V2F ? looking forward to your answers... regards karunakar.
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Old   June 10, 2004, 13:19
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George
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Look in the manual - it's there, but you'll have to pay special royalty for using it. Anyway, you can use RSM instead and it should be only better with only slight increase in CPU cost.

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