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Old   June 16, 2008, 05:44
Default Solving a 3D turbulent problem
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ramesh
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Hi,

I am trying to solve a 3D turbulent flow (K-epsilon) over the front of a passenger car,with velocity, wall,pressure outfield, and symmetry boundary conditions as the input velocity reaches 10 m/s the solution starts to oscillate. I am using (K-epsilon) with second order upwind discretization with relaxation parameters mom as 0.5 turbulence parameters 0.4 each.

thanks in advance

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