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Old   February 26, 2018, 04:59
Question What must the K-omega first inflation layer (by Aspect Ratio) be?
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I'm used to giving the first inflation layer by aspect ratio instead of the more tedious process of finding y+ for every wall surface. But for k-omega (standard), which requires a y+~1, what must the aspect ratio of the first layer be?

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