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the term (2/3*mu*div(U)) in the N-S equation

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Old   July 2, 2013, 14:32
Default the term (2/3*mu*div(U)) in the N-S equation
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Recently, I modified the rhoPimpleFoam to calculate the fluid flow and heat transfer in the compressible flow. But I can not find the term:2/3*mu*div(U) after checking all the files of rhoPimpleFoam. Could anybody tell me the location about the definition of this term in OF. Thank you in advance!
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HI,

have a look at the turbulence model.

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