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Hello,I am simulating a low-speed compressor now,the maximum inlet velocity is 30m/s. but i found that at the corner of stators there is a great total pressure loss in numeca while in the cfx the loss is much smaller. I have used sa and some low Reynolds number k-e model in numeca and rng-ke and k-e model in cfx. The yplus is around 2 in both soft.

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