|November 3, 2004, 12:33||
CFD best practices
I am new to this forum (and to CFD) so apologies if something like this has been posted before.
I am trying to do an appraisal of the CFD work already done at the company for which I am now working. In order to do this I am trying to find examples of what are considered "best practices" or commonly used approaches by the real experts out there.
I wish to cover such topics as mesh generation, turbulence model selection, and boundary specifications. The company has a copy of the 'European Research Cmmunity On Flow, Turbulence and Combustion', Best Practice Guidelines. However I am finding this not quite specific for me. The published works I am finding don't seem to want to give away too many technical details, which is understandable.
For some background info, we are company looking at Vascular products and blood flows, and we are using CD-Adapco's STAR-CD.
Thanks in advance for any assistance. Dave
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