Some say that CFD means “Colors For Directors”, a joke that translates the “visual appeal” that is sold sometimes, but that does not necessarily represent the physical or computational fidelity of the results delivered.
It’s not that complex, which makes it even more interesting.
Here I venture one more attempt to explain their differences and similarities, among several others existing out there.
Look at the set of standards as a process, a management strategy, an input to be used continuously. This is what will bring the real benefits and make all the difference.
Large values of Q correspond to regions of high angular velocity close to the vortex cores.
Even though the differences are very subtle, they exist and I propose an explanation here that can help new researchers in this field.
A structured mesh will not necessarily be calculated as such.
Turbulence is a deterministic (non-random) phenomenon, being treated as random only for modeling purposes.
Noise vibrations impair the data transfer rate.