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Zoom/Webinar: From Jones-Launder 1972 to ANSYS Turbulence Modules 2020 Team TODAY, 20.6.20, 20:00-21:30

walls are not the only pitfall for understanding this shift, but as engineering and technology gain the ability to supply validated satisfying results for countless engineering applications, the need rises to understand the phenomenology and technicalities which are somewhat coupled in the case of wall sensitive models, and by that I mean the k-ε family of turbulence models, for which of-course the Jones-Launder (1972) is the first officially closed 2-equation model which performed quite well, and became the basis for models such as essentially all the k-ω family (besides that of David Wilcox which is mostly impractical due to its extreme sensitivity at the edge of the boundary layer for free-stream values from the inlet).

The Intention of the Webinar is to expose the outreaching failure in improving RANS capabilities, or in other words, Companies like ANSYS and others (but mainly the latter. Propose WORLD WEBINAR to expose the “NEW PARADIGM” in turbulence modeling, CFD simulation engineers seem not to care to much as the vendor offers them an ease of use like no other and results in real-time.

Besides opening with a full clear history of the evolvement in turbulence modeling from Rodi (1952) to Jones-Launder (1972) and Spalding (1974), David Wilcox (1980), Florian Menter (1992), through the year 2020 there has been no significant value nor much validation from the abundance of new models proposed: LCTM, SAS, EARSM, GEKO, SBES, Monolithic (DES, DDES, SDES, IDDES…), Zonal (no clear advancement whatsover in grey area issues), etc’…

All “NEW PARADIGMS IN TURBULENCE MODELING”, which have not advanced the field of engineering CFD by more than a tiptoe.

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