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Old   March 13, 2007, 11:44
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Hello everyone. Im simulating a separator and the Reynold number is too slow. The velocities inside de equipment are about 0.3M/S. Consider that the diameter is 27''. Im having problems with the simulation, i think that its because of the turbulence model. What turbulence model should i use to model LOW REYNOLDS NUMBER?
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