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Old   October 27, 2009, 04:27
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Hi everybodyy,
I found on a paper that a way to predict transition is to use the low-reynolds turbulence models.
But what are the low reynolds turbulence models?
Thanks!
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Dear Sarav,
Actually the Low reynolds turbulent models are use in K-Epsilon turbulent models for handeling the behaviour of dissipation of kinetic energy of turbulence of on the solid walls.

You can find the details for this models in all of the books for CFD or lots of article which published in this subject.

hope it will usefull.

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Hi everybodyy,
I found on a paper that a way to predict transition is to use the low-reynolds turbulence models.
But what are the low reynolds turbulence models?
Thanks!
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