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Old   November 30, 2010, 11:26
Default Flow Development in Fluent
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This might sound a bit stupid question but I'm a newbie. How do know that whether my flow is fully developed or not in fluent? I know that the flow should be fully developed after a certain distance of the test section. BUt how do I check that in FLUENT? I have set some Boundary conditions and the solution converged using a turbulence model. But how do I check in fluent that my flow is fully developed or not?? What's the relation of this with wall y+ value?
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