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Hi , I am modeling 2D case of impinging boiling flows. k-e model is the one which i have chosen for turbulence model. I do not know how to determine the turb. kinetic energy and turb dissipation rate for inlet. Will changing between different turbulence specification methods affect the results much ? Because i am getting vapor fraction in order of 10^-4 but exp result is in order of 10^-2...where could be the problem ? Is it with turbulence specification or something else ?
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