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Old   March 18, 2011, 15:45
Default Difference between Y+ and Solver Y+
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Hi everybody,

I am not quiet sure about the meaning of these two values given by CFX-Post.
In my opinion Y+ ist the value you would have at your walls, if there would be no scalable wall function. Is Solver Y+ the value that the the scalable wall functions use?

Would be great if u have an answer for me!

kind regards, enviro
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