Turbulence : k-epsilon boundary conditions
English is not my native language, so i hope that you'll understand my question.
What about k and epsilon wall boundary conditions (in bondary layer flow upon porous plate)
Re: Turbulence : k-epsilon boundary conditions
If you have the possibility of checking the FLUENT user's manuals, you should be able to get some appropriate informations about the K-eps model for your specific case. I don't know what kind of problem you're trying to solve, but you've got to know that the K-eps is pretty bad close to the wall!! Anyway, i wish you luck in your investigations. Sincerely,
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