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Old   February 24, 2021, 08:50
Post Natural turbulences in fluent CFD (k-epsilon model)
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Hello everyone,
i need to make a gas leakage with a jet fire combustion outside. Everything is done, but i also need to include natural turbulences and whirlwings, or random wind blow. What extra options should i choose or change? As in topic my actual model is k-epsilon model standard and turbulence-chemistry interaction is eddy-dissipation. i'm also a beginner thank you for replies.
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