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Old   May 21, 2014, 21:56
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Hi, everyone!

I am calculating a swirl flow problem (strong vortex and return flow) in 3D.

I set yplus<1 for SSG Reynold Stress model and got a reasonable result, but I am not satisfied with the residual(1e-5). And the residual for BSL is worse.

So I am wondering what the yplus values for both models are.

Thank you!
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