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Old   April 3, 2019, 11:19
Default Antti Hellsten model: New Advanced kω Turbulence Model for High-Lift Aerodynamics
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Thanks for your attention.

Purpose of this thread- I am looking for help on the above title which I'll call "Hellsten model" (2005.

I am a student and new to the OpenFOAM software. Currently, I am working on a project and the first step of this project is a simulation of flow over a flat plate using the Hellsten model).

The problem is I can't find any pre-developed Hellsten model anywhere on the internet. So, I want to request that if someone has already developed this model in OpenFOAM then kindly share it with me. If no one has then can you please take a look at this model and suggest me which other model has a similar structure and is available for OF so that I can edit this second model into the Hellsten model.

Thank you in advance for the time you are going to put for me.

1. I am using OF1812+ on Ubuntu 1804.
2. Here is the link of the Hellsten model:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1EJ...tplVWS6_TqR6i-
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You can find something similar in this masterthesis https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...AFUhDtzdYAHvQP. Source code is in the thesis. The may be a starting point for your thesis.
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This may also be usefull A new EARSM turbulence model implementation
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Old   May 10, 2019, 13:29
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1. Thank you very much for your time and effort, Sir Allento. I'll take references from the above sources.
2. Because those codes are developed for old versions of OF, I am posting a new thread with a fresh question:
Antti Hellsten model: New Advanced kω Turbulence Model

3. Can anyone suggest me which standard RAS model supplied with OF1812+ I should use to edit and develop my own model of AnttiHellsten?
The list of RAS models available is :
20
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LRR
LamBremhorstKE
LaunderSharmaKE
LienCubicKE
LienLeschziner
RNGkEpsilon
SSG
ShihQuadraticKE
SpalartAllmaras
bslearsm
kEpsilon
kEpsilonLopesdaCosta
kOmega
kOmegaSST
kOmegaSSTLM
kOmegaSSTSAS
kkLOmega
qZeta
realizableKE
v2f
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