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Old   February 21, 2006, 06:57
Default Stirred tank, TKE, DES, RSM
J. Gimbun
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Dear FLUENT expert,

Anybody have the experience in stirred tank modelling? I'm currently doing a simulation of mixing tank via MRF and RSM or DES. I am new in stirred tank modelling and therefore I'm not sure whether I can take directly the turbulent kinetic energy, TKE, (from RSM) and velocity fluctuations (from turbulent intensity) in FLUENT. A part of that I've never did any DES or LES modelling before, so I don't have any idea how to calculate the TKE in DES. I'm looking forward for any advise from CFD Fluent user. Thanks in advance.


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