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Old   October 13, 2016, 00:59
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I am carrying out LES simulation using CFX or Fluent. I have read that to carry out LES simulation synthetic boundary conditions is required.

Why and How to implement Synthetic turbulence at inlet ?
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I suggest starting by learning "why"...have a look to the book of Sagaut
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