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LES Spectra in Axisymmetic Calculation

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Old   October 30, 2006, 09:15
Default I am performing LES calculatio
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I am performing LES calculation using Axi-symmetric assumption in OpenFoam. If i get the Energy spectrum from the simulation (E(k) vs k) can i expect a -5/3 slope as k increases? The simulation is axi-symmetric with one-cell thickness any pseudo-3D effects plug in?

Can someone comment on the use of one cell thick configuration used for axi-symmetric calculations?

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