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msha January 27, 2008 11:21

algebraic turbulence models (S
 
algebraic turbulence models (SSG,WJ,LRR) is recently
added to FOAM by me

hypersonic February 27, 2009 17:05

Hi Mojtaba I am interested
 
Hi Mojtaba

I am interested in your SSG RSM implementation, any chance of a copy of it?

Cheers
Sam

msha February 28, 2009 00:43

the models is ARSM not RSM
 
the models is ARSM not RSM

send your email for me if you want the model

msha March 1, 2009 01:30

To you all I'll put my impl
 
To you all

I'll put my implementation of ARSMs in wiki soon
I've implemented and used SSG/WJ ARSM model.


for those who asked about stability of ARSMs:

ofcourse ARSMs are not as stable as two equation models like k-epsilon,in most cases I had to run some time steps using a two equation model like k-epsilon and after reaching convergence I switched to ARSM.

in some cases you need to use first order schemes to avoid divergence


I've tested the model in both parallel and serial processing modes for a range of simple geometry from a BFS to a complex geometry of an industrial burner with swirler and I've got satisfactory results.

MSHA!

cfdmarkus March 3, 2009 06:41

Hi Mojtaba Could you let me
 
Hi Mojtaba

Could you let me know when you have put the model on the wiki page.

Alternatively, how about posting it on this thread?

Markus

msha March 5, 2009 10:24

for you http://openfoamwik
 
for you

http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/Im....zip#filelinks

cfdmarkus March 5, 2009 12:24

thanks Mojtaba
 
thanks Mojtaba

hypersonic March 5, 2009 15:00

Super, great work Mojtaba Wil
 
Super, great work Mojtaba
Will you be releasing any kind of documentation
or best practice guide?

cheers
Sam


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