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Old   May 27, 2003, 00:52
Default K-omega limiter
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Hi! I'm trying to add a turbulence modeling (k-omega) to my NS code. I'm using Menter's limiter to control the production spike near stagnation point by setting pk= min(pk,20.d0*dk), where pk=production of k and dk=destruction of k.

Is there anything else i should limit? I read it somewhere that k and omega should be limited (so that they stay non-negative), but, I'm not sure what should be the floor value for the limiters or even I need them at all.

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