|October 3, 2008, 04:13||
To get a more accurate drag pr
Join Date: Mar 2009
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To get a more accurate drag prediction I want to specify the location where the flow transitions from laminar to turbulent (using simpleFoam).
I have seen a number of posts asking for this specific feature. Has anybody tried this before?
If I have to do this myself how would you recommend me to do this? I was thinking about creating zones, each using a different turbulence model. In the laminar zone I would use either the standard laminar turbulence model, or create a modified turbulence model with all production terms set to zero. Would this be a good method of doing this?
Any help is highly appreciated.
|May 15, 2010, 11:07||
Join Date: Jan 2010
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Have you found a solution?
Can you tell me how you realized using different turbulence models in one mesh as the case may be?
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