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Old   December 6, 2016, 08:39
Default Problem with k-omega turbulence model
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Dear experts,
when trying to simulate a "standard" free-surface flow situation with the k-omega turbulence model of FLOW-3D (v11.1), the following error occurs directly after preprocessing the simulation:

"fatal error, negative discriminant in quadratic solver 5.3174747E-01x^2 +x + NaN = 0.


Abnormal exit from solver"


The simulation stops afterwards. With the standard k-epsilon as well as with the RNG turbulence model, the simulation finishes without problems.


Do you have an idea how to solve the problem?
Thanks in advance and best regards
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Old   December 9, 2016, 12:30
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Send over your prepin please. Thanks.
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