|March 9, 2011, 08:35||
Turbulent Viscosity Limit but only showing for imported case
Join Date: Mar 2011
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I know getting the error message about the Turbulent Viscosity ratio being limited is very common but I think my particular problem with it is not quite as usual.
If I run a calculation and then reset everything from the setup downwards and then reset the setup to the new values that I want for my next calculation, then this problem does not occur.
However, if I click on setup after running a previous calculation and without resetting everything first then I get the message about the turbulent viscosity ratio. The same thing happens if I import a case file which has been previously run.
It is very inconvenient that I should have to remesh etc. each time I want to run a calculation on a different setup so I was wondering if anyone had a different solution?
Any help would be very much appreciated, thanks.
|error, turbulence, viscosity ratio|
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