The possibility of a dynamical core helium flash has been studied with two-dimensional hydrodynamic simulations using three separate turbulence models for the treatment of time-dependent convection. Two of these are simple algebraic eddy viscosity models. The third model involves a separate equation for the turbulent kinetic energy density, which then feeds into an expression for the eddy viscosity. One of the simple eddy viscosity models is that used by Cole & Deupree in studies of the core helium flash about fifteen years ago. I find that this model can be made to produce a more quiescent flash than Cole & Deupree found by substantially reducing the eddy viscosity from their value. When this is done, all three turbulence models produce the same primary result the flash does not produce a hydrodynamic event. However, the traditional assumption of adiabatic convection through the flash evolution is found in all cases to be inadequate, primarily through the extensive heating of the region interior to the convective region.