Development and application of a cubic eddy viscosity model
of turbulence, Int.
Cabot, "A Dynamic Subgrid-Scale Eddy Viscosity Model
is introduced in a Large-Eddy Simulation with a pure eddy viscosity model.
But still the evolution of the mixed and eddy viscosity model is very similar.
Benhamza and Belaid  also used the eddy viscosity model
for their simulation.
2006) simulated ventilation in tunnels and galleries with the constant turbulent eddy viscosity model, the k-[epsilon] model, and the S-A model.
A new eddy viscosity model for high Reynolds number turbulent flows.
The turbulence modeling community has responded by developing model equations of ever increasing complexity, ranging from the nonlinear eddy viscosity models
where the Reynolds stress is nonlinearly related to the mean rate of strain, to the full Reynolds-stress transport models where each component of the Reynolds stress is governed by its own transport equation (able to resolve secondary flows).
Thus, it was not very surprising to see the good performance of these eddy viscosity models.
Although not shown here, most of the eddy viscosity models underpredicted the air velocity, especially at position 5.
Different type of eddy viscosity models
have been developed in  assuming a three-layer eddy viscosity distribution.
In addition, FLUENT makes available a large suite of turbulence models ranging from one-equation eddy viscosity models
through full second-moment closures.