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Old   October 22, 2007, 15:48
Default Hello, Are there any plan
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Hello,


Are there any plans to include/develop a turbulence model that would be able to predict transition? (Menter/Langtry & Walters/Leylek).

I went through some of the post about the SST model, developing such a model (from the k-eps) does not seem too complicated ( ), but requires quite a bit of validation. How complicated would it be to develop one of the above model?

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