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Old   March 5, 2008, 12:21
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Hello,

I am about to run a DES model of a confined flow. And I was wondering what kind of wall treatment does Fluent use? Is it simple log-law? This would be needed in order to know what mesh resolution is adequate at the wall. I was searching in the manual, but somehow cannot locate this info.

Thank you for any suggestions or further reading/fluent related tips

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