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Old   August 21, 2003, 06:39
Default Turbulence model for vortex shedding
PLN Prasad
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Hi, Can any one tell me which turbulence model, supported by STAR, is most suitable to capture vortex shedding. For flow past a circular cylinder, I could capture vortex shedding with laminar flow, but with k-epsilon High Re model could not capture. Thanks in advance Prasad
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Old   August 24, 2003, 03:01
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Dr.Chandra Bose
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Hai PLN Prasad,

Yours is a very genuine doubt. In fact Vortex Shedding was my subject for my Phd thesis, I will be able to help you in this regard. Could you please describe your problem in detail, so that I can get back to you. Also mention whether heat transfer is also involved in that. Don't forget to mention the Mach number of the flow.


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Old   September 1, 2003, 23:05
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