# HOW to GET FLUCTUATING VELOCITY COMPONENT at FLUEN

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 November 26, 2005, 03:08 HOW to GET FLUCTUATING VELOCITY COMPONENT at FLUEN #1 Seyfettin Guest   Posts: n/a Sponsored Links Hi everybody; I am currently using FLUENT and I am waiting an explanation on fluctuating velocity. I have been studying on a jet flow in crossflow. My turbulence model is Realizable k-epsilon. After the unsteady solution I want to get the fluctuating velocity components for having turbulence quantity. If anybody could gave me any info on the subject I would be very happy. Any answer will be appreciated. Thanks

 November 29, 2005, 03:29 Re: HOW to GET FLUCTUATING VELOCITY COMPONENT at F #2 D.pavitran Guest   Posts: n/a Hi, tke: turbulent kinetic energy since tke = 0.5 * ( (u')^2 + (v')^2 + (w')^2 ) eddy viscosity models assume isotropy of stresses, so u=v=w ; then sqrt( 2/3 tke ) is ~ u'

 December 1, 2005, 04:51 Re: HOW to GET FLUCTUATING VELOCITY COMPONENT at F #3 Seyfettin Guest   Posts: n/a THANK YOU PAVITRAN, SINCERELY.. SEYFETTIN

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