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Old   February 18, 2022, 01:51
Default How do we know the simulation was switched to LES, while using DES model
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I am using Detached eddy simulation model (DES) in fluent. I want to make sure that the simulation is being switched to LES model away from the wall. How do we know that this swtich happen. Is there any quantity/idicator that can prove that this switch is happen.


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