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Old   February 5, 2009, 11:14
Default Why Manual recommends B-L model for sepating flow?
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As it's known to all, the B-L alike algebraic models are quite unreliable for separated flow. So I just don't understand why Numeca still recommends B-L model for separting flow calculation in the table of subsection 4-4.5.2 "First Step: Choosing a Turbulence Model" of user-manual fineTurbo (my version is Fineturbo V8 released in Oct. 2007) . It may be a kind of misleading for newbie.
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Low-Re: Baldwin-Lomax;Launder-Sharma k-ε; Yang-Shih k-ε; Chien k-ε; Extended wall-function k-ε; Spalart-Allmaras
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