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Old   December 19, 2000, 12:44
Default Fluent near wall modelling
Andreas Abdon
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Hi there all CFD'ers,

I'm not very familiar with Fluent so I hope I can get some quick hints from you!

Is it possible to use different wall boundary treatments regarding the turbulence boundary conditions at walls in the same geometry, i.e. can I use both wall functions and two-layer (zonal) approach at the same time? Do I have to use Fluent 4.5.2 or can I use v5.4? I suspect that it may be feasible by using User Defined Functions, but as I have no experience regarding this I'd really like to know for sure.

And, in addition, I have read that the Reynold Stress Turbulence model can not be used together with the two layer treatment in Fluent 4.5.2. As it is available in v5.4 I wonder: is this really true?


Andreas Abdon Div Heat Transfer Lund Sweden
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