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Turbulence and Heat Transfer Modeling Seminar
Posted Mon November 25, 2002 @09:12AM
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ANSYS CFX Predicting heat transfer using eddy viscosity turbulence models often produces poor results mainly due to the low Reynolds number near-wall treatment and not so much from the underlying turbulence model. Studies by Wolfgang Vieser, Thomas Esch and Florian Menter of CFX have shown that using the CFX-5 SST turbulence model, in combination with an optimal wall treatment, does provide highly accurate results for a wide variety of heat transfer test cases. Dr. Florian Menter will be in Florida on December 11 presenting a seminar on this topic.

Topic: Turbulence and Heat Transfer Modeling in CFX-5

Date: December 11, 2002 during the PowerGen International Conference

Time: 9 am - noon

Location: Orlando, Florida

Visit the seminar website for more information and to register.

For more information on the SST turbulence model visit the CFX Website.


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