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Old   January 22, 2010, 01:20
Default Physical meaning of this velocity pressure correlation?
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Hello, everyone

I am doing RANS modeling. In my derivation I get this term:
the average of the product of fluctuating velocity and the laplacian of the gradient of fluctuating pressure (to be clearer I typed this term in WORD)

I am thinking about the physical meaning of this term because I want to model it. Does anybody have some ideas?

Thanks a lot and a lot.
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