3D turbulence model with wall function
Hello everyone:
I am working on the 3D turbulence model with wall function. I am confused how to implement the wall function in the 3D problem. It seems quite different from 2D problem. I don't know how to get the two components of velocity parallel to the wall since what we get from the wall function is the total velocity (or shear stress) and we don't know the velocity direction. Could anyone help me out? Thanks a lot in advance. Henry 
No people know it ?
I believe there must me some people familiar with this problem if you use wall function in 3D problems. I will be very appreciated if anyone could give me some hints about it.
Thanks. Henry 
Re: No people know it ?
Read Dr. M. Peric's Ph.D thesis. "A finite volume method for the prediction of threedimensional fluid flow in complex ducts" page 138143. The University of London, Imperial College 1985.
I hope this helps, Halim 
Re: No people know it ?
Thank you, Halim. I am afraid that I couldn't get the paper since it is a thesis not a public publication paper. Anyway, I hope someday I could read it. Is there any other idea?
Thanks again. Henry 
Re: No people know it ?
I think you are eager to read it. Post your email or home address. I will copy or scan that portion of thesis and I will send it to you.

Re: No people know it ?
Hi Halim, Thank you very much! my email is "dragon8540@yahoo.com".
Regards, Henry 
Re: No people know it ?
Check your emailbox.
Good Luck! 
Re: No people know it ?
I got it, thank you so much.

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