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Old   March 13, 2005, 04:29
Default Anyone use RSM in transient simulation?
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Pete
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Hi all,

I'm very interested to know if anyone use the Reynolds stress model for the transient simulation & find it much better than 2-equation model. If so, please let me know:What application? Number of nodes used? Timestep used?

I find RSM very time consuming... Haven't actually finish my experiment testing... so can't make any conclusion if this is worthwhile. Please share with me if anyone here has any experience with this.

Thanks, Pete
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