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Old   February 6, 2007, 06:00
Default k-epsilon turbulence analytical solution
Kieran Hood
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Hi, For a uni project i'm trying to model two turbulent mixing layers in a duct (each layer having a different velocity and temperature). Does anyone know of any method to get an analytical solution for this? as I need some results to compare with my CFD simulation.

Any help with this is greatly appreciated, Cheers, Kieran
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