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Old   November 12, 2003, 14:01
Default Subsonic heat trasfer test case
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Hi All Iam looking for a subsonic test case with heat transfer for validating my code. Can anyone suggest some. Thankx and regards Senthil
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Old   November 13, 2003, 05:30
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Hi Senthil,

I am not sure whether your code provide turbulence modeling. In such case, a CFX report (see http://www-waterloo.ansys.com/cfx/horizons/sst.htm ) may provide you several test-cases as well as their code performance.

Have fun, Julien
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Old   November 13, 2003, 07:54
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Julien Thankx for the information. Sorry that i did'nt make it clear. Iam looking for compressible flow cases. Mine is an fully compressible,unstructured,k-e code. Thanks and regards senthil
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Old   November 18, 2003, 10:08
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As long as you use preconditioning, compressible solver should be also OK for low speed air flow simulation.
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