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Old   May 2, 2015, 05:46
Default how to use k-omega low reynolds number in phoenics?
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Hello everyone,
I am new to this forum. I need help with Phoenics software. I was using k-omega model in Phoenics and got very good results for jet-flow through circular orifice at Reynolds number 10^5 and comparison with journals was also perfect. But when I started using 10^4 Reynolds the result started having little discripancies with journal data. Moreover, when I tried to use k-omega low Reynolds model for 3600 reynolds it doesn't work at all. No matter how good the mesh is the solver shows NaN for all the values without any error message and keeps on running . Please Help. Even if any can tell me how get k-omega low re library file or tutorial it will be a great help.
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