|August 30, 2010, 03:49||
Can we use laminar solver to build user-defined k-epsilon
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This might sound crazy, but I'm just out of options. I'm trying to modify the existing k-epsilon in Fluent, but I always find some embedded hard coded algorithm that make any user-defined modification very hard.
So I was wondering if I can use the laminar solver and add a UDS for k and epsilon, UDM for turbulent viscosity, adding the appropriate source terms for the momentum equation.
Is this possible, or the laminar solver has some limitations or hidden hard coded setup?
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