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Old   May 8, 2007, 05:50
Default REYNOLDS STRESSES + SCALARS
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George
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Hello to everybody,

Does anyone know what the error **NEED DEFINE 6 NON-SOLVED SCALARS TO STORE THE REYNOLDS STRESSES** means and how can I face this problem with commands (or with GUI)?Thank you very much in advance.

George

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Old   May 16, 2007, 05:09
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Try to define 6 passive Scalars in the "Additional Scalars" folder in the GUI! Be sure to switch off the solver for the scalars in the GUI in "Analysis Controlls->Solution Controls->Equation Behaviour -> Additional Scalars".

Hope this works

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Old   May 16, 2007, 07:24
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Dear Cheers,

Thank you honestly very much. It is working!!I can see the Reynolds Stresses in my screen and when the run will finish I hope in the output file. Thank you very much. The only thing I have to do know is to understand which parameter is each scalar e.g if scalar 1 is u'u' for example.

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George
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