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Old   February 12, 2012, 01:54
Default inlet for turbulent boundary layer
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hi, all,

I am using FLUENT to simulate turbulent boundary layer, the turbulent intensity is 0.5%. To set the velocity inlet, I use UDF to profile k and epsilon at inlet. K and epsilon are calculated by turbulent intensity and velocity magnitude which will increase according to y+. However, the result is not good, can anybody give some suggestions? Many thanks
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