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Old   October 1, 2011, 02:10
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I know that for the SST model, following wall boundary condition (also known as menter BC) is used:

\omega_{wall} = 10\frac{6\nu}{\beta_{\omega}y^{2}_{\delta}}

now instead of above, I want to use the following condition (also know as wilcox BC) for wall in SST model:

\omega_{wall} = \frac{6\nu}{\beta_{\omega}y^{2}_{\delta}}

1. How to do in CFX?

2. Is it possible with the help of CEL? if yes, how?

References :

1. SST

2. Wilcox K omega

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