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Old   February 23, 2007, 17:14
Default Getting steady-state solution for turbulent model?
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To get a steady-state solution for two-phase turbulent model under Eulerian model framework, usally there are several logical ways which I have tried:

Method_01: get firstly the laminar flow steady-state solution; and then switch to turbulence modeling;

Method_02: perform firstly unsteady-state simulation for very long time; then switch "UNSTAEDY" to "STEADY".

However, it is found that the above methods do not work for my simulation system. So, how to capture the steady-state solution for the two-phase turbulence model (E-E approach)?

Can anyone give some ideas fot this? Thanks in advance.

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