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Old   June 13, 2007, 13:27
Default RSM Low-Re Stress Omega
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I'm simulating a problem involing film cooling and want to use the RSM Low-Re Stress Omega model, I can obtain a solution but only when using the First Order Upwind discretization for Turbulent Kenetic Energy. If I use Second Order Upwind or Third-Order MUSCL I get turbulent viscosity errors and the solution eventually diverges.

Has anyone else had this problem and knows of a solution?

N.B I'm using the density based solver
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