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Old   December 4, 2013, 20:43
Default Non-dimensionlised mesh size approximation
Darren Leong
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Hi CFDers!,

Has anyone come across approximation formulas for grid sizes.

For example, we have the classic y+ equation for the first node height for near wall modelling.

Are there similar approximations (delta x,y,z plus?) for near- & farfield region; e.g. based on the turbulence kinetic energy, pressure gradient etc.

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