|April 29, 2014, 11:00||
Use of two different turbulence models at the same simulation
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I am studying the heat transfer in a channel flow, where I have to use a turbulence model to close the Reynolds stresses (in my case, the Wilcox k-Omega model) and other one to model the turbulent heat transfer. I am using a modified SimpleFoam as a solver.
Following the paper I have, it is said to apply at first place the k-Omega model, and after that the heat transfer model. This implies that I have to use two turbulence models, and I only can write one in the RASProperties file.
I have different options:
Since I have no administrator access, and I will use this approach in a cluster, which option do you think is more easy to implement? Maybe the thing I need is just a few Linux commands. Could it be a way to use a second RASProperties file?
Thank you in advance!
|rasproperties, simplefoam, turbulence models|
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