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Old   March 29, 2007, 15:24
Default kinetic energy in k-e dispersed turbulence model?
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Hi,

I am using k-e dispersed turbulence model to simulate gas-droplet flow. In the user guide, fluent calculates the kinetic energy for dispersed phase. My question is how to access this value with UDF. I tried the micro C_K, unfortunately, it does not work. could you please help me with it? Really appreciate your help.

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