Finite-volume, semi-elliptic computations are reported of the three-dimensional flow around a 90° square-sectioned bend for which detailed laser-Doppler measurements have been reported by Taylor et al.1 While the standard k-ε eddy-viscosity model has been used in the main flow region, in place of the usual “wall functiond”, the mixing-length hypothesis has been employed to resolve the flow in the layer immediately adjacent to the wall. The scheme is successful in predicting the details of the primary and secondary flow fields both within the bend and downstream thereof.
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