This paper deals with the three-dimensional RANS computations of the transonic flow around the DLR-F4 wing-body configuration with a wall law approach. A study of the behaviour of different transport-equation turbulence models is given with comparisons to experimental data. The structure of the three-dimensional flow separation predicted by the computations is described and its topological coherence is checked. Moreover, to drastically reduce the CPU cost, a computation with a multigrid method coupled to wall functions has been tested.

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