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Old   April 22, 2016, 10:03
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Hello all,

I'm new to CFD world and I need some help. I've watched/read some tutorials and I'm trying to model a 3D infinite wing to test turbulators on a wing.

So far I've succeeded running the analysis, but the results are nowhere as close to what I expected. Particularly at the moment I'm interested in Cl and Cd values.

I'm using k-omega SST model with inlet conditions: 3.55 m/s, TI=0.5% and turbulent legth scale of 0.0175 (7% of chord length). Initialization from inlet. Left and right walls as symmetry to get infinite wing.

Is there anything I'm doing wrong?

Any help is appreciated.
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Old   April 27, 2016, 01:48
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Anyone? I tried improving the mesh, it did not help
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