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Old   October 10, 1998, 11:17
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Abdul Hafid
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Hi every body

I want to simulate a turbulent flow around axisymmetric body. Any one knows how to simulate the turbulent flow using PHOENICS
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Old   October 14, 1998, 09:11
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errrr, RTFM?
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Old   October 14, 1998, 10:39
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Dawei Sun
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I have used PHOENICS to simulate turbulent flow. BUt I really don't know what kind of thing you want to do. Develop your own model? Do you need to generate the grid?
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Old   October 15, 1998, 05:44
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Hi Dawei Sun

Thank you for your response. I want to use PHOENICS shareware ver 1.5 I've downloaded from the internet. I don't know how to use Q1 file to write the turbulant part. any examples or library cases that can help?.
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Old   October 16, 1998, 09:24
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Abdul Aziz Jaafar
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Dear Abdul Hafid

Perhaps the best example to model the axisymmetric flow by chossing the library case on pipe flow. You can also look at any library case with turbulent flow. I think the good start to select turbulent flow with mixing length turbulence model. and you can compare the result with laminar flow

A. Aziz Jaafar
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Old   November 3, 1998, 12:25
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Vijay Thaker
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If your using ver 1.5 share ware u might able to use the beginners manu to create your model step by step. Just access your sattelite ang type :

load(menu) then press enter the menu will guide u step by step.

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