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Old   March 8, 2010, 17:18
Default Problem with handling LES modeling with dynamic mesh
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Dear experts,
I'm going to simulate the unsteady flow field in a centrifugal turbomachine. I used turbDyMFoam solver and applied GGI to couple the moving zone with the fixed zones. The employed turbulence modeling was RAS. Using these features, I could obtain some relatively good results. However, my main objective is to implement LES modeling into the simulations. As I found out, turbDyMFoam is not capable of handling the LES modeling. On the other side, a solver such as oodles can not employ on dynamic meshes.
So, how can I overcome to this problem? I really appreciate any advices.

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