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Old   March 25, 2015, 07:26
Default Turbulent Kinetic Energy for a one-equation model
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Hello everybody!

I want for my thesis to make a prediction of the turbulent budgets in the TKE. I am using SU2 combined with the SA and SST model. For the SST model it is straightforward to find the Reynolds stresses (since the kinetic energy is known). However I can't seem to find a way for the SA model to find the turbulent kinetic energy so I can compute the Reynolds normal stresses. Does anybody know how this is done?

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