# turbulent modeling with wall functon(or modeling)

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 June 18, 2007, 06:13 turbulent modeling with wall functon(or modeling) #1 yoo seon oh Guest   Posts: n/a Hello everyone.... I am working on the 3-D (turbulence model)LES with wall function. I'm worked on wall fuction theory but I am confused how to implement near wall boundary treatment especialy in practice wall functions method. Can any one tell me ..how to turbulent model(LES) with near wall function practical application method.. (or reference book & paper) Please help as soon as possible . Thanks.... my eail :: sony830119@hanmail.net

 June 19, 2007, 01:28 Re: turbulent modeling with wall functon(or modeli #2 Maple leaves Guest   Posts: n/a I know a little about it. But you can read the book'Numerical heat transter'which was written by Tao Wenquan.

 June 19, 2007, 04:52 Re: turbulent modeling with wall function #3 yoo seon oh Guest   Posts: n/a Thank you for the response.. But I couldn't search the paper..Please full Name or if you let me know website address(in internet) about the topic

 June 19, 2007, 05:27 Re: turbulent modeling with wall functon(or modeli #4 Maple leaves Guest   Posts: n/a

 July 2, 2007, 14:40 Re: turbulent modeling with wall functon(or modeli #5 ThE_DoCtOr Guest   Posts: n/a I'm just getting started with molecular dynamics but since the wall function in the lagrangian is at the beginning of the course... here it is V(r)= b.e^(-a.r) a and b in this case are free constants defined by the nature of the wall. Hope I helped you out.

 July 4, 2007, 14:06 Re: turbulent modeling with wall functon(or modeli #6 jojo Guest   Posts: n/a Do you want to develop wall functions or to use the existing ones?

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