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Old   October 26, 2006, 20:43
Default help:elliptic relaxation method
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crissy
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Hi, I am trying to use Durbin's elliptic relaxation method with Reynolds stress model. But I am confused with the boundary conditions for f :on the wall, the values for f22 and f12 contain y4 as denominators. How could I use these boundary conditions? Since on the wall y is zero.

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