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Old   June 9, 2010, 04:11
Default Transition kappa omega turbulence model
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Hi there,

I used the Fluent version under Solaris. Now I am faced with Fluent 12 under Windows. I found a model which is able to predict transitional effects based on the kappa omega two equation model.
I do have two questions.
-Are the grid requirements the same as for other low Reynolds number models?
-Should I use the default values F_length, Re_thetac, and Re_thetat.

I would like to predict free jet (impingement).

Any help would be much appreciated.


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