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Old   February 10, 2013, 10:34
Default Gamma - ReTheta Transition Model
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I am trying to use the Gamma - ReTheta Transition Model to predict seperation and transition on the T106 Turbine Blade Geometry.

I have switched the model on using the default settings and it gives ok results. I however want to change it so that it matches better.

There are a number of constants that you can change however I am not sure what each of these does. The Starccm help files also doesnt give any indication.

Does anyone have an explanation of what they do. I have read up on the model so I know roughly how it works.

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