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Old   December 4, 2000, 13:02
Default Low-Reynolds ASM model??
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Vincent
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I have trouble with an ASM model: on a flat plate computation, the wall shear is not good. I used some low-Reynolds functions (f1, f2 and fmu), but no result can be consider as correct. With a wall law function, results are corrects but I'd like to have a low-Reynolds ASM model. Does anybody have an idea?
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Old   December 13, 2000, 08:59
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B. Anders Pettersson Reif
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Try a nonlinear v2f model (with elliptic relaxation), cf. AIAA Paper 2000-0135 ("A nonlinear eddy-viscosity model for near-wall turbulence")
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