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Old   June 24, 2005, 13:09
Default Combination of high and low Reynolds number
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I am using Fluent to simulate a domain that is formed by 2 parts, one of them has a laminar regime and the other one a tubulent regime, my question is how can I simulate both of them specifying that the kappa-epsilon solver is just going to be applied to the volume that represent the turbulent flow? I heard I could specify the one with the low reynolds number as a laminar zone but I don't know exactly how?


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