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Code: Code_Saturne

Version: 2.0-beta2

Authors: C. Demathieu

Method and Numerical Options

All the calculations have been accounting for the hydrostatic pressure (IPHYDR = 1), the pressure gradient extrapolation (EXTRAG(IP(1)) = 1) and the time-step limitation by the gravity effects (IPTLR0 = 1).

The calculations have been done with either a variable time-step or a variable and non uniform time-step. The Courant and Fourier number targets have been taken respectively to 20 and 100.


k-epsilon and k-omega


Description of the results files

Boundary conditions

Reference Publications


The following figures show two temperature profiles obtained on two location. As a general conclusion, the present results are all similar and close to the results, and identical to the previous validation for each identical set of options. The k-omega model tends to give a stratification less stiff, especially at 1.6m.

  • profil1.6.png:

  • profil3.2.png:

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