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Old   March 31, 2006, 10:56
Default RSM & Transitional Flows!!!
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I was wondering if anyone has had success using the Reynolds Stress model for transitional flows or low turbulence intensity flows???

I understand that the Spalart-Allamaras and the k-omega models are supposed to handle transitional flows better and I have had success with them. However, the S-A and k-omega model will not give you the reynolds stress, which is what I am most interested in. Any references you could give would be appreciated.

Thanks in advanced, Erika

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