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Old   August 1, 2000, 07:15
Default Predicting Integration time
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Is there anyone out there that knowns papers or work about using unsteady CFD simulation for estimating integration time (in experiments).

I am thinking about LES or DNS and comparison to integrations time in experiments.

Often we are forced to performed the basic experiment at collocate the integration time from there, but not the other way around.

Any hints ????



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