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Old   May 7, 2007, 23:10
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Yijin Li
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What is the range of turbulent viscosity ratio in inlet of turbomachinery?Thank you!
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Old   May 10, 2007, 03:50
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Jonas Larsson
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Read CFD-Wiki. There is something about this written there. What eddy viscosity ratio you have depens on which component you are interested in. It can range from say 10 for a fan rotor to say 10000 for the inlet to an HP turbine. In general I would not recommend using this as an inlet condition though. I find it more intuitive to specify a tublence level and a turbulent length scale.
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