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Old   June 1, 2016, 22:36
Default Set initial parameters from Reynolds and Mach number of flat plate
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I'm running test-case of turbulent flat plate[1], and the author only give Re_{\infty}=1x10^6 and Mach_{\infty}=0.1 and not any more.

I need length of flat plate. The author only give it is "c". and I don't know c is 1m or 1cm, or ...? Moreover, I don't know temperature and pressure?...

I'm a new, so, I don't understand more. Can you help me? Thank all you.

[1] F. Capizzano, Turbulent Wall Model for Immersed Boundary Methods, AIAA, VOL. 49, NO. 11, 2011.
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