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Old   August 31, 2000, 06:41
Default Fortran variable ED for K-OMEGA model
Viatcheslav Anissimov
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Hi, colleagues!

I have to impose INLET values for the turbulent quantities in subroutine USRBCS. From the manual I have understood that CFX uses fortran variable name ED for both EPLISON and OMEGA. What values I have to put in ED variable if I have to use K-OMEGA turbulence model: EPSILON or OMEGA?

When I see in the postprocessor the distribution of the EPSILON is it really EPSILON or it is OMEGA when I use K-OMEGA turbulence model?

I have also to extract from solution and to write into the file the EPSILON values. For this reason I would like to know what values CFX stores in the fortran variable with name ED if I use K-OMEGA turbulence model: EPSILON or OMEGA?

Thanks in advance.

Viatcheslav Anissimov.
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