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Old   August 13, 2015, 15:57
Default Ansys Fluent Turbulence Model wall function
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I am currently working on a multi-element, generic formula 1 front wing. I am using the k-e turbulence model with wall functions (since my y+ value is 170). I was wondering what would be the best wall function to use? I am currently running simulations using the realizable, non-equilibrium wall function. Would this be the best option or am I doing this incorrect? Any help would be much appreciated.
(The inlet air velocity is taken as 50m/s with 1% turbulent intensity)

Thanks in advance.

P.S. I apologize if this has been posted elsewhere. I was unable to find any such thread.
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