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Old   November 3, 2010, 12:13
Default Difference between URANS and unsteady RANS
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Hi everybody!

I recently heard that there is a difference between URANS and unsteady RANS methods, but I couldn't find out if this is true.
So my question is, are these two separate methods, or U is only the abbreviation for unsteady? If they are separate, what's the difference?

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Daniel
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