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Old   June 5, 2013, 19:42
Default initial condition for k/omega/epsilon
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How can assign an initial condition for k and omega or k and epsilon in an internal flow in a tube or any other shap?
Since the flow at first is stationary should values be zero?but error occurs if they set to 0.
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How are you defining your turbulence at the inlet?

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by these formula:
\omega=(c_\mu)^\frac{-1}{4} \, \frac{k^\frac{1}{2}}{l}
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