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[Airfoil] Bad results for LES in comparison to RANS

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Old   September 28, 2020, 15:02
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If z-direction is the spanwise resolution, the cell size depends on the flow conditions. If the flow is homogeneous then the cell size dz+ can be O(20-30). But if the flow is confined in spanwise direction then you have to consider if it necessary the full boundary layer resolution and a non-homogeneous grid size.
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Old   September 29, 2020, 08:54
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Is there anybody willing to share a good mesh, which has been used for such an LES calculation?
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