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Old   July 8, 2009, 06:36
Default Mesh Construction near wall boundaries in turbulent flows
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Dear all,

I am a little bit confused regarding how the mesh should be constructed near wall regions. In detail, how can someone check the acceptable y+ or y* values when modelling turbulence with the RNG k-epsilon model in the case of Standard Wall Functions and in the case of Enchanced wall treatment.

I would be gratefull for any kind of help regarding the above,


Thanks very much in advance,

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