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difference between const and sutherland transport model in thermophysicalproperties

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Old   July 17, 2021, 07:33
Default difference between const and sutherland transport model in thermophysicalproperties
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Hi all foamers,

Currently I am working on a hypersonic flow case with a double wedge. I have validated the laminar case with a inviscid condition, now moving on to laminar viscous. However, when I modified the mu from 0 to 1.2777e-5 with the transport model const, the boundary layer barely developed and no separation bubble between two wedges. I have double checked the bc of the surface of the wedges, which I defined to fixed value (0 0 0) since noSlip does not seem to work when I was trying to view it in Paraview. I would like to know whether switching to sutherland will solve this problem?

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Old   July 20, 2021, 04:22
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Please elaborate on "no slip not working when viewing in paraview". No slip has been successfully applied to many of us here.
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