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Old   January 14, 2004, 09:17
Default using RSM with axisymmetric meshes?
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has anyone tried to model a 2d axisymmetric case (e.g. axisymmetric contraction in pipe) with the use of the RSM turbulence model. (using fluent 6.1) what was the results like: good/bad?

i'm having difficulty with stability - to get the solution going. and there are interesting differences in flow features when comparing RSM and k-e results.

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