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Old   April 22, 2021, 21:28
Default k-omega SST: y+>11.25
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Hello,

In the k-omega SST model I know that at values of y+<11.25 The model k-omega is used. And this model do not need wall functions.

If the y+>11.25, the k-epsilon is used. Normally, when we select the k-epsilon model (not k-omega SST) we can select the wall function. While in k-omega SST, it is not possible.

My question is: Does the k-omega SST apply a wall function if the y+>11.25 ( when the k-epsilon is used ) ?
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