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Jiba December 2, 2013 06:28

Laminar and turbulent wall boundary conditions
 
Dear all,

I'm beginning to use SU2 and I saw that in the future versions there will be a transition model. Anyway, I'm wondering to know if it is possible to set as Boundary Markers a flag like MARKER_NS_LAM and MARKER_NS_TURB.
In this way, running RANS simulations it would be possible to fix the transition point.

Best regards

fpalacios January 11, 2014 23:38

We are currently performing the V&V of the transition model. If you are interested in helping us with this validation/development we can give you some references and show you where the main transition code is. We are looking forward for open-source community contributions.

Best Regards,
Francisco

Jiba January 13, 2014 05:58

I' m interested in the verification and development of transition prediction models. Now I'm in the final step of my PhD so I'm quite busy, anyway
if you link me the references I will begin to read them and assess how I can help you.

Best regards,
Donato

taxalian January 15, 2014 15:12

Hi Francisco,
Its good to know that the transition model is progressing, what test cases are you validating? Are you considering the ERCOFTAC T3A flat plate test case too (simple but quite a good validation test case)
Reference: Roach, P.E. & Briley, D.H. (1990). “The influence of a turbulent free stream on zero pressure gradient transitional boundary layer development. Part 1: testcases T3A and T3B”. Cambridge University Press..

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Originally Posted by fpalacios (Post 469635)
We are currently performing the V&V of the transition model. If you are interested in helping us with this validation/development we can give you some references and show you where the main transition code is. We are looking forward for open-source community contributions.

Best Regards,
Francisco



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