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Old   June 29, 2010, 09:42
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Hallo all,

I am performing computation with pro-star on a helium domain with partially cyclic boundary condition and Wall BC with imposed temperature. Because of the Turbulent model I am using, first layer near the wall has a thickness of about 2% of the max length.
I cannot understand why computation diverges (for every Reynolds!)

can someone help me?

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