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Old   April 18, 2012, 01:50
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confused: can anyone help me with modelling v2f model please!:
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Old   April 18, 2012, 03:43
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confused: can anyone help me with modelling v2f model please!:
First, what is the issue?
It is similar to any other modelling procedure. Any reason you've having trouble with v2f in fluent?
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Old   April 18, 2012, 08:25
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First, what is the issue?
It is similar to any other modelling procedure. Any reason you've having trouble with v2f in fluent?
Actually i have realized this model. but I don't know how to examine my results - i mean i don't know whether I get right outputs or not. can you give any advices?
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Actually i have realized this model. but I don't know how to examine my results - i mean i don't know whether I get right outputs or not. can you give any advices?
There is no special advice for v2f. It is the same as for any other model. Just do what your normally do.
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ok. thanks. do you have the completed simultions using v2f? can you send me please. pureasat@gmail.com
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ok. thanks. do you have the completed simultions using v2f? can you send me please. pureasat@gmail.com
uhhh, no. I thought you had done it already? Now I am confused, I thought v2f was referring to the v2f turbulence model. Is v2f the name of a flow scenario? I do not have anything to send to you. I am just answering questions, not doing work for you, why would I have your stuff?
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I'm sorry to confuse you. but I do not ask to do my work. I just want you to send me some info about the experiment(flow simulation in the pipe using v2f turb model if you have) in order to compare the results.
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