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Old   April 17, 2010, 04:21
Default RNG (renormalized group) or RM(realizable model) based on K-e
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In fact the time consumption of the above mentioned type of turbulence model should be as the same.
But in a 2-D ribbed duct I find it that the time consumption of RM is twice more than RNG model.
Who have been encountered by this phenomenon?
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