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Old   January 28, 2003, 12:49
Default how many points needed to resolve a vortex?
Jiaying Xu
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As title, and again, I am asking the number of grid points along one-direction, using finite volume method, low-Reynolds-number turbulence models, for pressure drag and heat transfer.

I am not sure if I've provided enough infomation for my question or not. If more input needed, please light me up.


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Old   February 1, 2003, 21:57
Default Re: how many points needed to resolve a vortex?
Guoping Xia
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This is more difficult to answer. Seems there is not a Yplus-like parameter here. Why don't you try a grid independence study after you get a solution?


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Old   February 25, 2003, 15:28
Default Re: how many points needed to resolve a vortex?
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Also depends on the overall accuracy of the code used.
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