1989-09-01

Effects of Turbulence Models on The Prediction of Transonic Wing Flows 892224

An investigation of the effects of turbulence models on the prediction of transonic wing flows is performed. The turbulence models used in this study are the equilibrium model of Baldwin and Lomax, and the original and modified models of Johnson and King. Comparisons with experimental data are presented which show clearly that the modified Johnson-King model works much better than the equilibrium model.

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