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Old   April 28, 2020, 22:39
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It may be basic, but there is something I want to ask.
If I use wall function(y+>30), how's the viscous-sub layer modeled?

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The short answer is, it's not.
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The short answer is, it's not.
Thanks! If i use wall function in region y+>30 , all velocity of a turbulent flow in boundary layer is modeled by log-law, right???
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