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Old   January 16, 2009, 10:23
Default defining turbulence in a 2D wind tunnel
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I am modelling a shape, which for the purposes of me explaining my problem is similar to an airfoil. It is a 2D model. I am getting confused about how best to define turbulence in the model. The reynolds number is about 10,000 and flow speed is 40 m/s in the x direction. I'm using the standatd K-epsilon model.

How should I set up the turbulence? Thank you

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