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Old   April 28, 2008, 09:14
Default about RSM and k-'3' (sorry cant type it) models
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i use RSM and k-'3' models to simulate one turbulent pipe flow (Re = 6667) respecitively. Both use 'enhanced near wall'. The two models got almost same profiles of kinetic energy and turb dissipation. However, i read one paper just saying that RSM should get slightly higher values. Is there anybody here getting same problem like me before?
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