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Old   November 12, 2014, 09:04
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I am a newbie in CFD world. I have been working on compiling a k-epsilon turbulence model code for flow field prediction over Geo bags for my undergrad project work. It might be funny as I am trying turbulence simulation so early. So far I have been working for non-orthogonal structured grid.

I am trying to construct the code based segregated solving method, this requires me to assume a k-epsilon field for solving the momentum equations.
The problem I am facing is the I don't have any prior knowledge on what order the values of k and epsilon might be.

Is there anyone who can help me with the problem? I will be greatly indebted.
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