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Old   October 1, 2003, 03:16
Default how to model transition laminar to turbulent?
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Example flow over a flat plate , flow which is laminar ,uniform enter a plate at some distance a flow become turbulent. which method and turbulent model should be used to predict this length?

And am i correct if i use a turbulent kinetic energy to declare the transition position?

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