This numerical investigation deals with the validation of the experimental results in the inert cases of Nguyen et al., obtained in the framework of the European Union-funded research program MOLECULES (Modelling of Low Emissions Combustors Using Large Eddy Simulations). This study is based on the benchmark of testing one rig for accurate comparisons with large eddy simulations configuration (ORACLES), aimed at helping the design of reliable lean premixed prevaporized) combustion chambers and supplied with two identical flows of air channels. Therefore, this study is based on the 3D numerical simulation using large eddy simulation-wall adapting local eddy viscosity (LES-WALE) model that aims to determine the longitudinal velocity, the longitudinal velocity fluctuation and the length of recirculation zone for the three cases of flow in different inlet Reynolds (Re = 25,000, 50,000, 75,000). Calculations are carried out by the FLUENT_CFD. The results obtained are compared with experimental measurements of Nguyen et al. The LES_WALE eddy viscosity computation presents a good agreement with the experimental data where we could observe the asymmetrical flow and also detect the recirculation zones and the differences between the cases of the flow.