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Old   November 5, 2006, 00:02
Default Using grid spacing calculator for laminar flow
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i would like to check if it's possible the use the grid spacing calculator at the nasa site to estimate the grid spacing for laminar flow e.g. at Re=1000 or Re=10000.

e.g. if Re=1000, the spacing is given as 0.01 unit (at y+ = 1). does that mean the 1st line of grid must be 0.01 unit away from the wall?

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