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Tubulent modelling book

  1. Aug 13, 2008 #1
    I need a book to study the theory for turbulent modeling for external flow. So far I used Fox & McDonald for fluid dynamics, it has turbulent modeling for pipe flow. I learned to simulate it in fluent & learned a lot more in its tutorials(though i didn't know the theory part:biggrin::redface:), I was trying to find some theory for the models fluent have, like k epsilon, k omega etc etc. Can anyone suggest some book?
    Also I will be taking heat transfer this semester, professor has suggested Jack Holman, is it good??
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  3. Aug 13, 2008 #2
    Turbulent flows by Pope is kinda of a classic
    Fox should give you the proper background for it.
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