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Old   December 16, 2005, 02:53
Default Questions about the Reynolds stress model
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Excuse me, I am a graduate student from National Taiwan university. I have some questions about numerical solution of simulating Reynold stress model. 1. I know SIMPLE method is a method to compute the pressure-velocity correction, and compute the scalar quantity after correction, so may I use the SIMPLE method in the same way to compute the Reynold stress of scalar field ? 2.Reynolds stress in the K-epsilon model is use boussinesq approximate to compute so in the Reynolds stress model the Reynold stress is computed by different Reynold stress equations?

How do I do and to check if I am right or worng? My program keeps divergce now.-_-"

Would you mind giving some advice about study this Reynolds stress model? Thanks for your vewing this letter. My english is a little poor.
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Old   January 5, 2006, 08:37
Default Re: Questions about the Reynolds stress model
Purna C Nayak
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What factors are affecting turbulence stresses?
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