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Old   April 11, 2006, 23:52
Default Turbulence kinetic energy transfer
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Hi,

I have simulated the atmospheric boundary layer with k-e model. I found turbulence kinetic energy set in the velocity inlet is not transfer completely to the downwind. This means there is a higher turbulence kinetic energy in velocity inlet, but there is litle TKE in the outlet. What wrong with this? Thanks
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