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Old   June 6, 2000, 19:59
Default How can I specify reynolds stesses as VARIABLES in command file?
Brett Towler
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I am looking for the 'switch' under >>CFX >>OPTIONS that will allow me to specify the Reynolds Stress (UU, VV, UV) under >>VARIABLES in the command file. The Reynold's stresses are listed as turbulence variables (and I have specified TURBULENT FLOW), but the environment will not accept UU, VV, or UV as a keyword. Help!

(Just to be clear, I'm looking for the analogy of having to specify the USER SCALARS under >>OPTIONS before being able to specify USER SCALAR1 'USER SCALAR1' under >>VARIABLES).

Thanks, Brett
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