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Gaining Access to Advanced Turbulence Models
Posted Mon November 03, 2003 @02:24PM
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News The FLOMANIA Project is an effort to group the best CFD experts in Europe with the primary purpose of bringing advanced turbulence model research into industrial application. Through the project, industry will receive support in implementation of advanced models by project partners involved in the development of turbulence models.

In order to allow for a precise validation of the new models, complex industrial test cases will be treated, even in the case where property rights will not allow for distribution of the desired geometry and/or test case. The complex test cases are of utmost importance for industry to demonstrate improvements in turbulence modelling in current industrial environments.

The project download page contains a number of freely available workshop documents and presentations.

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