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Old   September 19, 2003, 20:34
Default LES, k-e and tets
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I know most of people are using hex meshes for LES modeling. I do not know if LES can also be used for terahedral meshes. I know when LES applied on the tets, the accuarcy will be reduced. If I have a very powerful computer, I think it still can be used for simple problems with complex shapes. I imagine that 12 tets be equivalent to 1 hex. Since LES is not very good for tets, k-e model can also be a quick solution. Thanks!
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Old   September 23, 2003, 13:47
Default 12 tets ~~ 1 hex ???
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