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Old   April 6, 2003, 17:10
Default Turbulent recovery factor
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Hi all. I've implemented the k-w turbulence model for supersonic flow, but when I plot the turbulent recovery factor r, I get a consistently higher value compared to the equation

r = (Pr)**(1/3) ~ 0.89

The value I obtain is

r ~ 0.905

Has anyone else faced this problem? Any suggestions would be welcome. Thanks!

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