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Computational Dynamics February 8, 2001 08:24

V2F - Turbulence Model
We are writing to inform you of the commercial release of the V2F turbulence model.

V2F is a turbulence model based on research at the center of Turbulence Research of Stanford University by a leading expert in the field, Prof. P. Durbin. It has been implemented in STAR-CD by Cascade Technologies Inc, whose validation work has shown that V2F offers a more physically accurate representation of near-wall turbulent flows than conventional K-e and RNG models.

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For further information contact Computational Dynamics or your local agent.

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Computational Dynamics

Mark Render February 9, 2001 12:02

Re: V2F - Turbulence Model
Could you line out what is behind that turbulence model ?



Computational Dynamics February 9, 2001 12:27

Re: V2F - Turbulence Model
Full details of V2F are available at, alternatively you can telephone +44 (0)20 7471 6200 and speak with support engineer responsible.

Alessandro Terlizzi April 13, 2001 11:49

Re: V2F - Turbulence Model
On "Flow, Turbulence and Combustion (60: 19-46,1998) " appeared the article: "Computation of 3-D Turbulent Boundary Layer Using the V2F Model" by S.Parneix, P.A. Durbin and M.Behnia. In this paper there were non theroetical details but some papers are referenced to get them, namely:

1. Behnia M., Parneix S., DUrbin P- Accurate prediction of jet impingement heat transfer- In :HTD- Vol. 343 National Heat Transfer COnference, BAltimore Vol (5) 1997 pp111-118 2. Behnia M., Parneix S., DUrbin P- Numerical simulation of jet impingement cooling of a heated pedestal. prediction of jet impingement heat transfer- In :HProceeedings of 10th Interantional Symposium of Transport Phenomena. Kyoto (1997) Vol.2 pp 349-354 3 Durbin,P.- Separated flow computation with k-eps-v2 model AIAA journal 33(4= (1995) 459-664.

Any suggestion to get them ?

Thank you to everybody could give me information.

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