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Old   June 8, 2023, 05:09
Post Procedure to use DDES Turbulence model
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Hi,

As a part of my research project i need to simulate my high-speed single compressor blade simulation in DDES turbulance model. I do have a converged solution (attached cL picture) using steady-state RANS 2nd Order scheme and i would like to know, do i have to follow the same procedure as LES model (LES attachment) as mentioned in the fluent user manual for the DDES as well.


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