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Old   September 16, 2002, 22:38
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baal
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i just finished most code of les.but i do not know how to validate it.could anyone afford a classical case?by the way,i used no-slip BC,and i want to know the distance between the first grid point with solid wall. best wishes for u
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Old   September 17, 2002, 05:59
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RAJANI KUMAR AKULA
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Hi,

I think the best case for the validation is a channel flow. Moin & Kim (1982) in JFM is a good reference paper for this.

if u want use wall functions u don't have to bother much about resolving of flow at wall. dynamic models also provide damping behaviour at walls.

without wall functions y+ is 1. and resolving like this mean u will have problems especially with LES.

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