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Old   March 8, 2006, 12:52
Default Source term defining in k-epsilon equation
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In the User define function manual it is written that all the source terms should have units kg/m^3.s.

I want to attach a source in the k-epsilon equation for example rho*epsilon*du/dx. now the units of this equation is different than kg/m^3.s How can I add this term.

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