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The majority of engineering flows are turbulent.  Simulating turbulent flows requires activating a turbulence model, selecting a near-wall modeling approach and providing inlet boundary conditions for the turbulence model.

Attendees will learn:

  • How to use the Reynolds number to determine whether the flow is turbulent
  • How to select a turbulence model
  • How to choose which approach to use for modeling flow near walls

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