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Old   October 2, 2022, 20:06
Default low-Re-model instead of wall function
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I would like to use the low-Re-model instead of the wall function in ANSYS Fluent. Do I have to change anything in ANSYS? Or is it enough if I define the first mesh layer with height y^+=1. Does ANSYS notice that I want to use the Low-Re model if the meshing is sufficiently fine at the wall?
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select k-w turbulence model
select Low-Re corrections
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