Article written by Shawn Wasserman and published on Engineering.com

Since the 19th century, finding a simulation model to describe turbulence perfectly has proven to be a bumpy ride.
Despite this, engineers need ways to simulate turbulent fluid flow to optimize their designs for the real world. Various empiric or semi-derived turbulence models have been created to help engineers to find the best model to fit their system of study, but this process could take a lot of trial, error and physical testing.

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