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Old   October 6, 2017, 10:31
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Hey guys. I simulate a domain with two inlets. The Bocos are interpolated profiles. The velocities, turbulent kinetic energy k and the mesh are exactly the same. But the dissipation rate epsilon and omega are very different. The first inlet looks good but the second one looks like it has not been interpolated correctly. Does anybody have an idea why the dissipation rates are not ok?

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