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Old   November 11, 2003, 12:38
Default mixing with K-epsilon
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Davide
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Dear all! I performed some calculations for heated supersonic flows, and I observed that the mixing using k-epsilon is better in a 3d geometry that 2d one! Is it possible? I know that LES could be better, but I need to use k-epsilon! Cheers!
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