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Old   September 30, 2009, 17:29
Default Question about k-e models
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Hi all,

I'm using user-defined equations for k, epsilon, and turbulent viscosity. So, I have the k-e model selected, but I have the turbulence equations turned off, and my user-defined turb-viscosity is selected in the define-models-viscous panel.

I'm finding that different k-e models (standard k-e, and the many low-re-ke models) are giving different results. With FLUENT's k, e, and turb-viscosity equations turned off and my UDF functions turned on, why am I seeing different results?

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