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Old   February 24, 2007, 02:58
Default FLUENT - Separation Point Query
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For the condition of replicating the boundary layer transition over an airfoil, I have meshed two separate zones in Gambit, such that the condition of laminar flow can be applied for a specific domain, after which turbulent condition takes over as the flow moves aft towards the trailing edge. I am not sure where exactly in fluent the condition of laminar and turbulent flow can be applied independently for each zone. I have tried the boundary condition menu, but with no luck. Any advice?
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Old   February 24, 2007, 13:19
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Try "define/boundary conditions/fluid" and check "laminar zone" option (that of course only for the laminar portion of the airfoil).
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