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Old   April 24, 1999, 11:29
Default Caracteristic numbers in CFD
Khalel A.
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What are the different numbers that exists in CFD, what is their use, other than the reynolds number.
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Old   April 26, 1999, 12:36
Default Re: Caracteristic numbers in CFD
Patrick Godon
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THere are a bunch of numbers and you can even look into books or articles for that. If you can, have a look at:

P. H. Roberts, Magnetohydrodynamics, in Encyclopedia of Applied Physics, Vol. 9, page 153-154 (1994 VCH Publishers, Inc. ISBN 1-56081-068-8/94). Let me know if you can't find it, then I'll give you more than a dozen numbers.

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