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Old   April 15, 2020, 18:33
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Hi all,

I am conducting a project about the aerodynamic effects on different elading edge geometries. I have two 3D models (wavy and sawtooth leading edge) which I am simualting in ANSYS Fluent. The results for the baseline wing does not match already existing results in post-stall regions. How can i obtain the correct results for this situation?

Model: SST k-omega
Re = 2e+05
y+ ~ 1
Boundary conditions in 3D C-grid: v-inlet, p-outlet, symmetry (in lateral faces), p-outlet (in top and bottom faces)

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