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Default Variation of Turbulent reynolds number Ret with altitude
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I am solving k-e turbulence model for normal shock at M=2 at sea level condtions. Now i am doing simulations for different altitudes at 20,40,60 km above sea level in upper atmosphere. I am not able find literature on values of turbulent Reynolds number (ratio of tubulent/eddy viscosity to laminar viscosity) at such high altitudes.


Here is one link regarding turbulent reynolds number.
http://support.esi-cfd.com/esi-users/turb_parameters/


Any comments/suggestions would be helpful. Thankyou.
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