A one-equation model for turbulent viscosity, previously developed and tested for parabolic flows, is implemented in elliptic cases. The incompressible 2-D and axisymmetric flows in channel with back step as well as the incompressible and compressible 2-D flows in turbine blade cascades are calculated. The CFD procedures, developed for both incompressible and compressible turbulent flows simulation, are described. The results of calculations are compared with known experimental and numerical data.

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