|July 7, 2015, 11:30||
Model Switch, RANS to LES?
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I am running a spray simulation and was reading a paper recently by C J Rutland called "Large-eddy simulations for internal combustion engines - a review"
The following passage about RANS to LES simulations leads me to believe that one should not simply run a RANS simulation and then if all goes well, re-run it on LES which would involve only changing the turbulence model and SGS submodel for LES. (Obviously, grid requirements would have be addressed)
The passage reads:
If anyone knows what is meant by that quote in terms of changes aside from turbulence models, please share your insight
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