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Default ANSYS CFX Turbulence length scale
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I am using cfx to benchmark my code for the turbulence calculation. So I need to know the length scale in CFX. Does anyone know how the turbulence length scale is calculated in Eddy Viscosity Transport Model, also known as (k-e)1E one eq. turbulence model developed by Menter?

The model is a six-faced cube, BC conditions are:
left surface: inlet, zero static pressure, flow direction: normal to BC
right surface: outlet, zero static pressure
top surface: moving no slip wall
bottom surface : stationary no slip wall
front and back surfaces: symmetry
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