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 Sufyan November 15, 2012 15:08

no VOrtex Shedding flow past a 2D cylinder

HI

I want to simulate vortex shedding downstream 2D circular cylinder with 200 Reynolds number, my mesh is correct.

i want to know the best turbulence model to get accurate and better results, i have simulated first using laminar model and got VS

I am asked to do this using some turbulent model

k-epsilon
k-omega or any one else

 ogloth November 15, 2012 15:48

Re 200 is laminar!

 FMDenaro November 15, 2012 16:07

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 Originally Posted by ogloth (Post 392351) Re 200 is laminar!

;) Indeed, is a flow condition very easy to solve for all the flow scales, no turbulence model is necessary, only a good mesh

 Sufyan November 15, 2012 16:37

Quote:
 Originally Posted by FMDenaro (Post 392356) ;) Indeed, is a flow condition very easy to solve for all the flow scales, no turbulence model is necessary, only a good mesh

thank you , can i do my research work on the basis of laminar model for a publication
second is someone told me that laminar model is ideal model , and if i want to simaulate transient flow in fluent i have to use any other model ,

is it right?

thanks

 FMDenaro November 15, 2012 16:43

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Sufyan (Post 392362) thank you , can i do my research work on the basis of laminar model for a publication second is someone told me that laminar model is ideal model , and if i want to simaulate transient flow in fluent i have to use any other model , is it right? thanks
what "ideal model" stands for you?

 Sufyan November 15, 2012 16:49

Quote:
 Originally Posted by FMDenaro (Post 392368) what "ideal model" stands for you?

he(a senior student) told me laminar model is not suitable , ideal doesnt means best for my case , ideal in sanse like carnot cycle which is ideal but do not exist,

means i can not present results based on laminar model ..

 agd November 15, 2012 18:30

Your friend is wrong. Laminar flow is quite real and at a Re=200 the flow around a cylinder is laminar, even in the real world.

 Far November 16, 2012 02:13

I did it again recently. Do you need all files? See this thread, you will very useful info here http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/ans...cylinders.html

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