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Old   September 12, 2013, 05:05
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Hi all,

I want modify the damping function, f_mu, and also the turbulent viscosity in the k-e turbulence model to have a low Reynolds k-e turbulence model - LS turbulence model. Does anyone know if it is possible without create my own defined equation for k and e?
From what I've read in Fluent manuals and CFD online I have to create my own defined equations. As I can select the low Reynolds LS turbulence model it could give to modify the damping function without create the equations for k and e.
Any help is welcome.
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