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Old   August 30, 2003, 05:04
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Hi all,

I'm very interested to the W. C. Reynolds' (1987) model of turbulent viscosity, in other words the modeling of a non-constant coefficient for turbulent viscosity used in realizable k-e of Shih et al. (1995). The paper of Reynolds is in the Von Karman Lecture series but I don't have it. If someone knows something about the assumptions of the model and the way to derive it I will be very thankful.

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