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Old   June 21, 2005, 03:19
Default turbulent viscosity ratio
James Willie
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I am running liquid droplets simulation but first, i want to run the simulation without activating the injection of droplets. I keep getting the following message: turbulent viscosity limited to viscosity ratio .... I tried increasing the turbulent viscosity ratio at my inlet and outlet boundaries to no avail.

Can soomeone suggest why i keep getting this message and how it can be eliminated.


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Old   June 21, 2005, 03:35
Default Re: turbulent viscosity ratio
K. Jagus
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I think it largely depened on the amount of cells it applies to. If You get the message at the beginning and see the amount of cells reducing as the calculation procedes chances are it will disappear. I had a similar case, at the end i had this error for 58 cells. Considering size of my geometry, the large variations in cell sizes I simply ignored it.
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