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Why Model Turbulence?
Is the Flow Turbulent?
How Complex is the Flow?
Choices to be Made
Turbulence Modeling Approaches
Reynolds Stress Terms in RANS-based Models
One Equation Model: Spalart-Allmaras
One-Equation Model: Spalart-Allmaras
Two Equation Model: Realizable k-ε
Reynolds Stress Model
Large Eddy Simulation
Comparison of RANS Turbulence Models
Near-Wall Treatments
Standard Wall Functions
Nonequilibrium Wall Functions
Two-Layer Zonal Model
Comparison of Near Wall Treatments
Setting Boundary Conditions
GUI for Turbulence Models
Example: Channel Flow with Conjugate Heat Transfer
Turbulence Modeling Approach
Prediction of Momentum & Thermal Boundary Layers
Example: Flow Around a Cylinder
Grid for Flow Over a Cylinder
Prediction of Turbulent Vortex Shedding
Summary: Turbulence Modeling Guidelines
Solver Settings
Solution Procedure Overview
Choosing a Solver
Discretization (Interpolation Methods)
Interpolation Methods for Pressure
Pressure-Velocity Coupling
Convergence Monitors: Residuals
Convergence Monitors: Forces/Surfaces
Checking for Property Conservation
Decreasing the Convergence Tolerance
Convergence Difficulties
Modifying Under-relaxation Factors
Modifying the Courant Number
Accelerating Convergence
Starting from a Previous Solution
Mesh Quality and Solution Accuracy
Determining Grid Independence
Unsteady Flow Problems
Background: Finite Volume Method - 1
Background: Finite Volume Method - 2
Background: Linearization
Background: Explicit vs. Implicit
Background: Coupled vs. Segregated
Background: Segregated Solver
Background: Coupled Solver
Background: Segregated/Transient
Background: Coupled/Transient
Heat Transfer and Thermal Boundary Conditions
User Inputs for Heat Transfer
Solution Process for Heat Transfer
Theoretical Basis of Wall Heat Transfer
Thermal Boundary Conditions at Flow Inlets and Exits
Thermal Conditions for Fluids and Solids
Thermal Boundary Conditions at Walls
Fluid Properties
Conjugate Heat Transfer
Natural Convection - Introduction
Natural Convection - Boussinesq Model
User Inputs for Natural Convection
Discrete Ordinates Model
Discrete Transfer Radiation Model (DTRM)
P-1 Model
Choosing a Radiation Model
Periodic Heat Transfer (1)
Periodic Heat Transfer (2)
Periodic Heat Transfer (3)
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