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Old   June 16, 2009, 11:45
Default Modification to Standark k-e Model
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Hello everyone

I am currently running a simulation of a free supersonic jet (using air as an ideal gas) and modeling turbulence with the standard k-e model. Is there a way I can remove the compressibility effects in the standard k-e model (implemented by Stark in 1990)?

The reason I ask is because I have all the necessary modifications to the model, except that they are made for the Standard k-e model which does not account for compressibility. I know that setting air to "ideal gas-incompressible" in the materials panel would do this. However, this is not an option because my simulation requires compressibility effects everywhere else.

If anyone could help me with this I would really appreciate it.

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