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Old   August 1, 2012, 06:27
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Can any one tell me how starccm solving realizable two layer approch means i wanted to know concept behing it . two layer approach mainly dividing the domain in two layer but does that mean ,plz help
How 6dof body is getting displacement value , what equation starccm is using to get displacement of body
plz help its very urgent
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Can any one tell me how starccm solving realizable two layer approch means i wanted to know concept behing it . two layer approach mainly dividing the domain in two layer but does that mean ,plz help
How 6dof body is getting displacement value , what equation starccm is using to get displacement of body
plz help its very urgent

Search for this in the help file....specifically:

What Is the Two-Layer Approach?
What Is the Realizable Two-Layer K-Epsilon Model?
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