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Old   March 3, 2013, 20:44
Question Question about grids for laminar model and turbulent model
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May I ask what is the general difference between the grids for laminar flow (laminar model) and the grids for turbulent flow (turbulence model)?

Should the laminar grids always be finer near the wall than the turbulent grids?

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