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Old   May 29, 2006, 11:02
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Jonas Larsson
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We have been working on improving the turbulence modeling section in CFD-Wiki this month. One of the things that we still lack is a decent description of the v2f models.

I'm not that familar with the v2f family of models. Is there anyone who can help me? Which variants of the model are there? What are their merits and problems? Which one is most popular? References? What should you think about when implementing the v2f models?

Perhaps someone even has a LaTeX report which we could cut-and-paste directly into CFD-Wiki to get something to start from? As it is now the v2f section in CFD-Wiki only contains a reference.

You can post reponses here or, even better, edit the v2f section in CFD-Wiki directly (you have to register as a CFD-Wiki user first).
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Old   May 29, 2006, 11:48
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ganesh
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Dear Jonas,

Georgi Kalitzin's report and papers and the references therein contain more description and application of v2f model than Durbin's original paper. I have them with me, which talsk about application of v2f for validation in turbomachinery also. Please indicate as to where I should send these reports/papers

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Ganesh

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Old   June 6, 2006, 10:09
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brajesh Triathi
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Dear please if u can help me i have a gneral ke turbulent flow program and i want to implement v2f model but can't get it from anywhere. is there anyone can help me.
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