|July 22, 2011, 05:36||
SAS Turbulence model in OpenFOAM
Join Date: Jul 2011
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I'm new in OpenFOAM and previously used CFX.
When I checked the turbulence models available in OpenFOAM I was wondering why the Menter Scale Adaptive Simulation approach (SAS) is defined as an isochoric LES-model.
As far as I know the SAS approach works well also for compressible flow. (at least in CFX)
Is there any physical reason why it is not implemented into OpenFOAM for a nonisochoric solver?
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