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Comparison Of K-E Turbulence Model Wall Functions Applied On A T-Junction Channel Flow
The flow acting in a T-junction channel is present in several industrial applications, such as air conditioning systems, water cooling circuits, gas exhaust systems and others. In order to numerically simulate this case, the Average Reynolds Navier-Stokes (RANS) equation is used for a two-dimensional stationary flow using the k-ε model together with wall functions such as standard wall function, Enhanced and Menter-Lechner wall treatments. The moment ratio used is = 2 and the Reynolds number atdoi:10.5281/zenodo.1187352 fatcat:5c5pxqvbl5espnu657nj52yzhq