|June 16, 2011, 06:00||
Type of approximations used by PHoenics
Join Date: Jun 2009
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I have a question regarding the basic equations of Phoenics.
I've read in an article that Phoenics solves the fully 3D RANS equations and wanted to confirm this.
I currently use it with the CHEMKIN interface and a k-e model, but I think the code uses the Favre approximations and if it does not use it, I need to set it up, I would very much like to know which basic equations does PHOENICS use - Reynolds averaged? or switches to Favre approx?
Thank you for the elucidation,
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