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Old   January 7, 2017, 06:47
Default Problems calculating y and y+ after processing
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Hi all,

1. I tried to calculate y+ after processing my case (a circular cylinder at Re = 30470) with pisoFoam (SpalartAllmaras) using yPlusRAS utility and it works, but yPlus is always (everywhere and every time step) 0 How is it possible?
2. Do you know any utility to calculate a dimensioned distance "y", "ds" or "delta_s" which described boundary layer thickness?

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pisoFoam -postProcess -func yPlus


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