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Old   November 29, 2001, 13:53
Default SA-turbulent viscosity ratio-help
Andrew Parker
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Dear all

I am modelling some experimental results of mine for an airfoil in a wind tunnel using 5.5.14. However, when I am going to use the SA model in Fluent, I cannot find sufficient help to compute roughly the inlet turbulent viscosity ratio or the intensity and hydraulic diameter. Although when I use k-e model there is no problems getting the equations from the help menu.

If somebody could help me either find the suitable equations in the help menu, although I maintain they are not that useful, or tell me them I would be very grateful.


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