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Old   April 3, 2011, 02:31
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hi i want to use some low reynolds model in fluent for comaring the results.'
i could activate v2f model in fluent 6.3 with acommand.
does anybody know how can i activate other models ? e.g. launder sharma and...
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You have to use the text interface, select "turbulence expert" there (or something similar, I haven't got fluent 6 here to verify). That will make about 5 different low-reynolds k-epsilon modeks available in the text interface
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You have to use the text interface, select "turbulence expert" there (or something similar, I haven't got fluent 6 here to verify). That will make about 5 different low-reynolds k-epsilon modeks available in the text interface
Dear Jola
I have downloaded a pdf file explained completely about what you are saying.

http://my.fit.edu/itresources/manual...list/fltui.pdf
it tolds that we must enter respectivelypage 25 of 71)
define[Enter]
models[Enter]
viscous[Enter]
turbulence-expert[Enter]
but in the last one(turb. exp) an error occured that tells it is not a valid command.
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