|November 25, 2005, 09:50||
Which values to pass
I have a geometry divided in to two parts. Now I want to use the results at the boundary of the first parts simulation as a starting condition for the second parts simulation. So my question is now, what are the values that had to be passed??
Of course, there are the x-, y- and z-velocities and the temperature. But how to pass (and read) the appropriate turbulence values?? I am using k-e for the first and k-omega for the second.
Do I have to use in both models the same turbulence model or is there a way to transform the characteristic values into each other?
And what about vorticity, enthalpy, heat flux, velocity gradients and temperature gradients?
Any help is appreciated!
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