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Old   December 9, 2012, 12:06
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Are there any guidelines regardind how you should mesh laminar zones (which can't b ignored) in a turbulence model.

I thought that refining the mesh as those places is one thing.

But I wonder is a low y+ in those zones important for the overal solution to?
Or does it depend from simulationmodel to simulationmodel?

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