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Old   February 12, 2011, 06:09
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Hi all
I am modelling an impingement jet in according to an article. in the article author said that he used v2f model in fluent for simulating the flow.
but i do not know how can i use this turbulence model.
does this need writing udf?
plz help me
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Hi Morteza,
it doesn't need. it's included in FLUENT 12 and 13.
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Hi
Amir... I can't find this in fluent 12.
I am a newbie in fluent. plz tell me where i can find it?
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Hi,
note that it's also included in TUI of FLUENT 6.3 .
simply you can type this scheme command: (allow-v2f-model)
also refer to:
http://my.fit.edu/itresources/manual...list/node3.htm
fsapr2000.ru/index.php?act=attach&type=post&id=28034

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