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must Turb KE @inlet= Turb KE @ initial condition?

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Old   January 10, 2008, 01:49
Default must Turb KE @inlet= Turb KE @ initial condition?
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Hi, I'm running a simulation on aerofoil flow from high Reynolds number to low Re. But I'm confused. what is the turbulent kinetic energy i should use for a Reynolds number of 6 million at the inlet? should the kinetic energy at the initial condition be the same as the inlet?

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