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Old   July 23, 2010, 12:26
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Dear All,

I am running the k-omega model for an aerodynamics problem, with turbulent viscosity defined through UDF, however the value of omega close to the wall found by using C_O(c,t) has some differences from the values normally calculated by fluent (contours, turbulence, omega....)

Does anyone have any idea what would cause these differences?

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