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Old   January 11, 2013, 08:04
Default Behavior of k and epsilon in a channel flow
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What is the behavior of k and epsilon in a channel flow(top and bottom are walls,left is inlet and right is outlet) In the fully develop section? Where the k and epsilon , have the highest value?
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Hi Mohammad,

Excuse me if I'm wrong, but it looks like you're regurgitating a homework question.

May I suggest:
- you try the simulation that you described
- you look at the kappa-epsilon behaviors and analyze your results
- then report your results here and ask for confirmation or more information

People will be glad to help you after you've showed some effort.

Good luck

P.S. I hate to do this stuff but that kind of 'tell me everything' question gets very annoying on the forums.
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