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Old   March 4, 2005, 02:45
Default differential equation for turbulent viscosity
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Can anyonene tell me if the equation in Fluent documentation no. 10.4.6 (The scale elimination procedure in RNG theory results in a differential equation for turbulent viscosity) is corectly written. If you sum up the variables under the root you get:nu^3+99....I found an expresion nu^3-99 in another paper...and now I'm confused...

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