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Old   March 22, 2012, 11:00
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I ran two cases using different wall treatments for a heated channel. I want to show how mixing in the channel has changed between the two cases. I have shown that the temperature of the center of the channel has gone up for the case which I believe to have more turbulent mixing going on. But what else could I plot to demonstrate this fact? Would vorticity or tangential velocity at a specified cross-section demonstrate this?
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