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Could we actually simulate a flow that goes from lam to turb with passage of time

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Old   October 18, 2021, 13:38
Default Could we actually simulate a flow that goes from lam to turb with passage of time
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Hi, iam trying to simulate the lidenfrost sphere phenomenon using ansys fluent.Here the flow converts from laminar to a largely turbulent flow as time progresses(from film boiling regime to nucleate boiling regime ).

My question is, Could we actually simulate a flow that goes from laminar to turbulent with passage of time ,Can we simulate the whole phenomenon in ansys fluent?If so, which viscous model is to be used, and also the scheme implicit or explicit?

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