Estimate the height of the first cell in the inflation layer to achieve a target y^{+} value and the maximum growth ratio for the inflation layers to cover the boundary layer thickness. Default values for air at 10 m/s, over a 1m long flat plate are provided, with 20 inflation layers.

For a given temperature, pressure and relative humidity, compute the specific humidity (mass of water vapour per unit mass of dry air), absolute humidity (mass of water vapour per unit mass of air-water vapour mixture) and mass fraction of water vapour. Default values for air at room temperature (25°C), pressure (101325 Pa) and a relative humidity of 60% are provided.

For a given freestream turbulence intensity and length scale, compute the inlet values of turbulent kinetic energy (k), turbulence dissipation rate (ε), specific dissipation rate (ω) and turbulent kinematic viscosity (ν_{t}). Default values for a flow at 10 m/s, with an intensity of 5% are shown.

Calculate the terminal settling velocity of a spherical particle falling under gravity in a viscous fluid. Default values for a 100 micron sand particle in water are provided.

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