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Old   June 9, 2009, 06:08
Default Incompressible, Low Re RSM
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Hi Foamers,
is anyone working on incompressible Low Re RSM models?
Actually, there is no Low Re RSM model in the 1.5 release.
I'm interested in this kind of turbulence modeling but I'm not a RSM expert, and I don't know where to start to code something like this.
My test case is a Low Mach wing profile, and I'm focused on the turbulence statistics in the boundary layer.
Have a nice day!
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