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Old   August 20, 2009, 13:05
Default Enhanced wall treatment with user-defined mu_t
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I'm using a user-defined turbulent viscosity term, which I've hooked to the solver in the DEFINE - MODELS - VISCOUS panel. I'm also using enhanced wall treatment for the k-e model, because y+ for my models are less than 1.

Enhanced wall treatment for the k-e model defines mu_t = rho*C_mu*l_mu*sqrt(k).

Will this mu_t definition override my user-defined mu_t if enhanced wall treatment is turned on? Or, will it still use my user-defined mu_t?

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