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Old   April 29, 2004, 03:54
Default can turbulent dissipation rate be larger than 10e?
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every one!

in my DPM calculation,the k-e model was used, however,the result was unsatisfied, because the turbulent dissipation rate was in the order of 10e+4, and redidual of velocity,continuity,k and e were in the order of 10e-4, could it be right? how can i correct this problem?

please help me ,if you have good idea,thanks!
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