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Old   March 24, 2014, 08:11
Question What's is Y+ and y* and the difference?
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I'm new to fluent and I'm learning a lot on it but I want to see what's the difference and definition of each y+ and y* and does each have a function ? What should I know about it if I'm doing "validation of wind pressure coefficient on a wall" ?
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fluent, icem mesh, pressure coefficient, wind, y+ cfd

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