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Old   September 2, 2008, 10:50
Default Boundary condition and Under-relaxacion factor
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Hi Im Adrian Im learning User I working with vehicles likes car and bus I m using 1.000.000 tetrahedral elements and velocity 50 m/s I would like to know who can help me about what numbers can I use on Bs condition Inlet:Turbulent kinetic energy and Turbulent Dissipation Rate in Pressure Outlet: Backflow Turbulent kinetic Enegy and Backflow turbulent Dissipation to finish in Solution Controls what numbers should I use on Under realaxacion Factors: Turbulent Kinetic Enegy Turbulent Dissipation Rate and Turbulent Viscocity

Thank for help me and thank to jesse for last answer Greetings

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