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Mesh Density for Turbulent Flows
Posted Wed September 15, 2004 @08:12AM
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Help Desk Krishna writes "Hello all,

I am working on modeling of a Cartesian geometry (pipes) and I have a question about setting up the mesh for turbulent flows. After estimating the first node point away from the wall, how does one determine the number of cells in axial and radial direction as it greatly affects the wall y+. Any help on this regard will be deeply appreciated.

Thanks for your time"


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