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Old   September 29, 2019, 17:03
Default High And Low Re Turbulance Models Please Help !!
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Hello Foamers ,

I ve been throught this subject of turbulence modeling for some time and i know that for simulations with y+<1 we say Low Re Simulation and 30<y+<200 we say high RE simulations.

I know that there is multiple Turbulence models and i want to know : Can we use All the Turbulence for High and Low RE simulations ? Or there are Models For High RE that may not work in Low and Models For Low That May not Work In Hight ? and how Can i differenciate between them ?

Many Thanks
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Old   October 1, 2019, 08:22
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Hi these threads may help you Use of k-epsilon and k-omega Models,
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