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Old   February 10, 2017, 08:36
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It is great that the newest version of SU2 is released. I have noticed the announcements for the transition model. Can it be used for the simulation now?
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Old   February 12, 2017, 08:35
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It is great that the newest version of SU2 is released. I have noticed the announcements for the transition model. Can it be used for the simulation now?
Yes, it is available now. It is very easy to activate the transition model. Please refer to the related user manual page from the link below.

https://github.com/su2code/SU2/wiki/...nal-Flat-Plate

I would be very pleased if you would apply the transition model to your own case and provide me some feedback.

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Old   February 13, 2017, 02:48
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Yes, it is available now. It is very easy to activate the transition model. Please refer to the related user manual page from the link below.

https://github.com/su2code/SU2/wiki/...nal-Flat-Plate

I would be very pleased if you would apply the transition model to your own case and provide me some feedback.

Thanks!
Thank you for your reply. But I can not find the code about transition model BC in SU2, can you figure me out the path of file which contains such code?

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Old   February 13, 2017, 03:59
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Thank you for your reply. But I can not find the code about transition model BC in SU2, can you figure me out the path of file which contains such code?

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Of course!
You may find the piece of code in SU2_CFD/src/numerics_direct_turbulent.cpp
under CSourcePieceWise_TurbSA::ComputeResidual
There should be an if (transition) clause.
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Yes, it is available now. It is very easy to activate the transition model. Please refer to the related user manual page from the link below.

https://github.com/su2code/SU2/wiki/...nal-Flat-Plate

I would be very pleased if you would apply the transition model to your own case and provide me some feedback.

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Of course!
You may find the piece of code in SU2_CFD/src/numerics_direct_turbulent.cpp
under CSourcePieceWise_TurbSA::ComputeResidual
There should be an if (transition) clause.
Thank your for your helps, I have find it. I will try it with the case in wiki.
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Thank your for your helps, I have find it. I will try it with the case in wiki.
Youre welcome.
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I find that the tutorial in the wiki is a 2D flat plate. Dose the transition model in SU2 can be used in a 3D case?
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I find that the tutorial in the wiki is a 2D flat plate. Dose the transition model in SU2 can be used in a 3D case?
Yes, you can use it for a 3D case.
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Yes, you can use it for a 3D case.
Thank you for your helps.
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Old   February 22, 2017, 22:47
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I want to study the theory of the transition model in SU2. Can you help me some literatures besides the SU2 wiki?
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For now, you may refer to the study below. This study doesnt cover it much detailed, also the current formulation differs, but it would help.

http://arc.aiaa.org/doi/abs/10.2514/6.2013-2531

I would let you know after the most recent study is published.
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I have run the test case S&K following the tutorial, and the good result is obtained. Can I perform the S&K case in a compressible solver under a lower Mach number, such as Ma = 0.15? In fact, I have make such a test, but the result looks like that the flow is full turbulent. There is no transition existed.
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I have run the test case S&K following the tutorial, and the good result is obtained. Can I perform the S&K case in a compressible solver under a lower Mach number, such as Ma = 0.15? In fact, I have make such a test, but the result looks like that the flow is full turbulent. There is no transition existed.
It should work. Please make sure you have specified the Re number correctly. It should be set to 3.34E6 (thats experimental value).
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Can you let me know your email and help me to check my configure file?
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Can you let me know your email and help me to check my configure file?
Sure, please check your PM.
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