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Old   October 12, 2009, 09:14
Default Turbulent lid-driven cavity with K-epsilon model
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Hi,

I'm implementing a Fortran code whose aim is the solution of the Incompressible NS enqs for a steady isothermal flow in a lid-driven cavity.
I used a Finite Volume approach, a staggered grid arrangement and a SIMPLE method.
The code works very well for the laminar case, but the turbulent case is giving me some problems.
For the handling of the turbulence, I am using a RANS approach +eddy viscosity+K-epsilon model. At the solid walls I'm using the wall functions.
Is anyone there I can ask for some help about my project?
Thank you in advance,


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Old   October 21, 2009, 01:48
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HI jack.

tell me what do you wanna know?

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