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Old   November 16, 2002, 02:07
Default YPlus & Turbulance
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Hello, I have three questions, can any body please answer it.

1. How to select the inlet turbulence parameters like dissipation length scale & turbulence intensity in a standard Turbulence modal and, How to verify after the solution that whatever values we have chosen are correct.

2. In case of external flows, what are the parameters to be checked to say that the solution has converged?

3. What is the physical meaning of YPlus and its significance? If it is the input parameter for the software then how it should be chosen

Your answers are most welcome Irfan
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Old   November 16, 2002, 07:26
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firstly,you can get some help from the Fluent user Guide for you first problem.And I am interesed in the last one and I know very little about it .
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Old   November 24, 2002, 02:13
Default Re: YPlus & Turbulance
mahdi saniee nezhad
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Dear sir I have a problem with this title. If it's possible for you please send me your received responses. Very thanks for your attention to my request. With the best regards. Mahdi saniee nezhad

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