Advanced Turbulence Modeling Methods Provide Accurate, Efficient Results in Any Fluid Flow Application - White Paper
Because most engineering flows are turbulent and turbulence is a very complex phenomenon, no single do-it-all formulation has been found to date. Fluid flow applications involving complicated geometries and complex physics present the greatest challenges from a turbulence-modeling standpoint, particularly for aerospace, gas and oil pipelines, automotive aerodynamics, siting wind farm turbines as well as chemical and pharmaceutical mixer applications. Engineers can turn to fluid dynamics experts for best practices in selecting a model to use for a specific turbulence problem including large-eddy simulation and steady-state models. Fluid dynamics experts also advance physics by innovating, testing and validating new hybrid and transition models that deliver the best mix of accuracy and computational intensity for today’s challenging industrial applications. Download this white paper to learn about the turbulence-modeling challenges for aerospace, gas and oil pipelines, automotive aerodynamics, siting wind farm turbines as well as chemical and pharmaceutical mixer applications.