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At high Y+ values does the K Omega SST model just behave like the K Epsilon model?

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Old   December 22, 2015, 07:44
Default At high Y+ values does the K Omega SST model just behave like the K Epsilon model?
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Really just need a sanity check without ready pages of convoluted text!

I'm aware the K Omega SST model has the added SST part (shear stress transport). At high Y+ values does the K Omega SST model just behave like the K Epsilon model, with transported shear stresses?

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