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Is the laminar model in MultiphaseInterFoam the same as the DNS?

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Old   August 23, 2017, 05:50
Post Is the laminar model in MultiphaseInterFoam the same as the DNS?
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Dear all,

I am Yujie Wang, a researcher from China. I have some questions about the turbulent model. I would like to simulate some multiphase problems. When I choose the turbulent model, I can choose the laminar, which seems to not use any turbulent models, like LES, RANS and so on. So, I would like to ask that the laminar use the DNS method? Hope everyone could help me or give some useful information. Thanks a lot.

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