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Old   July 4, 2000, 03:25
Default Information about different turbulence models
Mehul Kinariwala
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I want a brief introduction about different modeling techniques used for modeling turbulence in a strired tank (standard k-e, modified k-e, DS, RANS, RNG, RSM, LES, ASM etc.) Can anyone tell me where can I find this information. Please help me since this is very URGENT.

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Old   July 4, 2000, 23:32
Default Re: Information about different turbulence models
K. Senthil kumar
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Dear mehul

U can see the book "Turbulence Models and their application in hydralics" by W.Rodi.It is a good book dealing with Mixing length ,K -epsilon,K-w,ASM,RSM.For LES try the review article by U.Piomelli in the net.

feel free to ask any clarification. senthil
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