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Old   August 23, 2008, 12:31
Default Wall Treatment of User defined Turbulence Model
Yang Chung
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I am running calculations with my own turbulence model with UDS(2 eqns). Regarding the near-wall treatments, in Fluent User's Guide it is say that all turbulence models have the near-wall treatments, e.g. standard wall functions or enhanced wall treatment, and wall functions are also applied to UDS transport equations.

My question is how to resolve viscous-affected region of the boundary layer by this user-defined turbulence model? Is it possible to integrate all the way to the wall without wall functions?

I'd appreciate your help. Thanks in advance.

Yang Chung
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