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eddy viscosity coefficient nu_t

  • Mar 30 2023
  • fuhrman8


in the solver manual of Nays2DH v3 (downloaded from in section “II.2.3 k-epsilon-model” it is mentioned that the eddy viscosity coefficient nu_t is calculated according to formula 46. I am searching through the calculation results stored in the case’s .cgn file (using HDFViewer) but can not find an entry with the calculated values.

How can I extract the solution of the eddy viscosity coefficient nu_t from the flow solution?

Thank you so much,


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    The eddy viscosity coefficient (nu_t) is a parameter used in fluid mechanics to model the effects of turbulence. Turbulence is a phenomenon that occurs when fluid flows become chaotic and unpredictable, with small-scale fluctuations superimposed on larger-scale flows. if you’re looking to improve your coding skills or learn new technologies, Cetpa Infotech offers a range of courses and training programs to help you stay up to date with the latest developments in the field. Check out our website for more information.


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