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sarah_ron June 24, 2005 00:40

ystar and yplus
 
Dear all,

We all know they are different, although they are close to each other in equalibrium flow. My quesion is how the fluent calculate the yplus and ystar? Actually when I calculate the flow where separation phenomena exist, the y+ value is still not zero. Could any one help to figure it out?

thanks sarah

chentar_Ron June 28, 2005 01:43

Re: ystar and yplus
 
Yeah, this is a great questions! waiting~~~

vengi July 4, 2005 10:51

Re: ystar and yplus
 
Hai Dear,

First of all, I am having doubt on the importance on ystar and yplus.

What does it in turbulence flow?


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