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Default Spalart-Allmaras model in rotating system?
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The Numeca FINE/Turbo solves N-S Equations in rotating frame, using relative velocity.
My Question is about the S-A turbulent model.
What's the difference between the rotating coordinate system and the absolute coordinate system?
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