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Old   October 18, 2001, 16:19
Default Transformation from cartesian to cylindrical
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Hi all,

I have performed a simulation using a Reynolds stress model in cartesian coordinates. I know how to convert my x,y and z velocities to an x, r and phi-velocity. But how should I transform my Reynolds stresses to cylindrical coordinates????????? Does anyone know?

Any help or reference is appreciated. P.Fonteijn
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